The stars have aligned! After 22 years of development, Gemini Man is finally out in theaters worldwide! This American science fiction action film follows a government assassin who is forced to fight a younger and stronger clone of himself. It was directed by Ang Lee from a screenplay penned by David Benioff, Billy Ray, and Darren Lemke. It stars Will Smith in the lead role as Henry Brogan and Junior, alongside Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Clive Owen, and Benedict Wong in supporting roles. Gemini Man was distributed in the United States by Paramount Pictures. Here are the best websites you can watch it now!
Did you know that Gemini Man has been in development since 1997? That's right, after 22 years, the science fiction action movie is finally getting the time of its life! Although, believe it or not, it's probably for the best. Why? Let's just say it has something to do with technology. Okay, before anything else, let us give you a bit of background about the movie. Gemini Man follows a 50-year-old government hitman, played by Will Smith, who is forced to fight a 23-year-old version of himself. The premise sounds riveting, right? But that is not what makes the upcoming movie worth the wait! You wanna know what does? The visual effects!
So, you might be wondering how the visual effects made it best that the film was stuck in development hell for more than two decades. As we said, it has something to do with technology. How? Well, 20 years ago, it was nearly impossible to create a fully believable and realistic CGI human being. That means you are going to see something you've never seen before in Gemini Man. Sure, we are no stranger to CGI movies. Think of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, Tron: Legacy, Star Wars: Rogue One, and Blade Runner 2049. Those are amazing titles, but you have to admit it, their CGI had varying success. This time, however, director Ang Lee and around 500 visual effects artists promise to give you that cinematic experience you've never had before. After all, with the new de-aging technology we have now, what's stopping them?
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