Robert Rodriguez's The Limit — Official Trailer


added: Tue, Nov 20th '18

Do you want to star in a high-octane action film alongside Michelle Rodriguez and Norman Reedus? Well, here's your chance!

Filmmaker Robert Rodriguez is offering a new movie-going experience with his latest effort. The director of "Sin City" and the upcoming cyberpunk actioner "Alita: Battle Angel" has created an "immersive cinema" experience -- it's a new action movie shot entirely in VR (Virtual Reality). And it puts viewers, quite literally, in the driver's seat.

Check out the first official trailer for Robert Rodriguez's "The Limit," a 20-minute VR movie that stars Michelle Rodriguez (Widows), Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead) ... and you, the viewer!

Shot from the perspective of the viewer, the film is essentially a series of action sequences. Rodriguez plays an enhanced super-assassin who is helping a rogue agent (the viewer) to bring down an evil organization. Meanwhile, Reedus is a mysterious soldier with a bulky cybernetic arm.

Robert Rodriguez co-wrote the film with his 21-year-old son, Racer Rodriguez, who is also credited with creating the story for "The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl."

"The Limit" is currently available for purchase.

Enter a new world of storytelling in this blockbuster "immersive cinema" experience from visionary filmmaker Robert Rodriguez (Sin City). As a rogue agent with a mysterious past, you enlist the help of enhanced super-assassin M-13 (Michelle Rodriguez) to retrieve your identity and strike against the deadly organization that created you. Also featuring Norman Reedus (The Walking Dead), THE LIMIT will put you inside a high-octane 20-minute action movie like you’ve never seen!

THE LIMIT is a lean-back experience captured in a new cinematic VR format, wider than 180 degrees, that bridges the gap between large-format movies and 360-degree video. It offers ultra-high fidelity and unprecedented production value from a live-action VR film.


directed by   Robert Rodriguez

starring   Michelle Rodriguez, Norman Reedus

release date   November 19, 2018 (available in VR, 3D, and 2D formats)

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