In The Cloud — Trailer


added: Fri, Jan 12th '18

Here's the trailer for "In The Cloud," the new sci-fi thriller, starring Justin Chatwin (Shameless), Tomiwa Edun (Bates Motel), Gabriel Byrne (Usual Suspects), and Laura Fraser (Breaking Bad), which is set to premiere next month on Sony Network's ad-supported streaming service, Crackle.

The streaming movie is set in the near future and plays around with the slippery themes of virtual reality and artificial intelligence, focusing on the story of two brilliant tech innovators (played by Chatwin and Edun) who have banded together to create a revolutionary VR device that can be used to invade a person's memory. They strapped the machine on a captured terrorist in the hopes of preventing an impending bombing attack in London.

Directed by Robert Scott Wildes (Poor Boy) and written by Vanya Asher and co-starring Nora Arnezeder and Charlie Carver, "In The Cloud" will be premiering Thursday, February 8th exclusively through the Crackle app.

IN THE CLOUD takes place in the near future after dozens of people are killed in attacks by a serial terrorist bomber. An exploration of the inevitable evolution of Virtual Reality and Artificial Intelligence, and the dramatic implications when it is used by those with questionable interests, In the Cloud tells the story of two estranged tech geniuses. Brought together by the mysterious death of their mentor, they overcome their differences to create a perfect cutting-edge technology with the goal of invading the terrorist's memories using a VR environment to pinpoint the remaining bombs and prevent countless more casualties. But hiding in the shadows are those with secret agendas who seek to utilize the "memory cloud" to create and control what can only be described as a digital afterlife. In their race to thwart the attacks, our heroes will inadvertently create an AI so powerful it may change the very meaning of life and death for the future of humanity.


directed by   Robert Scott Wildes

starring   Justin Chatwin, Tomiwa Edun, Gabriel Byrne, Laura Fraser, Nora Arnezeder, Charlie Carver

release date   February 8, 2018 (on Crackle)

blog comments powered by Disqus