NAKED SINGULARITY trailer – John Boyega & Olivia Cooke star in this trippy crime drama

NAKED SINGULARITY trailer – John Boyega & Olivia Cooke star in this trippy crime drama

The new film NAKED SINGULARITY, John Boyega plays a court-appointed attorney who doesn’t quite seem cut out for his line of work. He gets mixed up with girl (played by Olivia Cooke) who got herself mixed up with some nasty business involving a Mexican drug cartel. That’s about all I could gather from the trailer, which goes to some pretty crazy places toward the end, involving Boyega’s character floating, him wielding a samurai sword, and some other trippy visuals. The cast also includes Ed Skrein, Bill Skarsgård and Tim Blake Nelson. Check out the trailer and tell us your thoughts in the comments.

NAKED SINGULARITY hits theaters August 6 followed by On Demand starting August 13, 2021

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