Warners Bros reveal first footage of mysterious sci-fi blockbuster with Hugh Jackman 3 months ago

Warners Bros reveal first footage of mysterious sci-fi blockbuster with Hugh Jackman

We also get our first proper introduction to young Tony Soprano in the Sopranos prequel movie.

In case you missed it last week, Warner Brothers revealed their 2021 slate of movies, which will be released simultaneously in cinemas and on HBO Max in the States.


That streaming service isn't available in Ireland yet, so we'll likely have to wait for cinemas to reopen, or for the movies to be made available on PVOD here, but it still gave us some of our first looks at huge movies like Space Jam: A New Legacy, Mortal Kombat, King Richard, Those Who Wish Me Dead, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, The Suicide Squad, and loads more.

If you haven't seen that teaser reel yet, you can check it out right here...

Not content with getting our saliva glands going with that, however, Warner Brothers have just dropped another sizzle compilation for their 2021 releases, which features even more footage from some of the aforementioned titles, and gives us some brand new stuff, too.

One of the major glimpses we get is our first introduction to young Tony Soprano, played by Michael Gandolfini - son of Tony - in the prequel movie of The Sopranos, titled The Many Saints of Newark, which happens at the 20-second mark in the clip below.

Additionally, we also get our first look at Reminiscence, the new sci-fi thriller from Lisa Joy, one of the co-creators of the recent Westworld TV show.

We still don't know too much about it, as the plot synopsis tells us the following: "A scientist discovers a way to relive your past and uses the technology to search for his long lost love."


Sounds a bit like an episode of Black Mirror, but with a much bigger budget (Wikipedia says it cost $68 million to produce). The movie stars Hugh Jackman, Rebecca Ferguson, Thandie Newton, Natalie Martinez, Cliff Curtis, Daniel Wu, and is co-produced by Jonathan Nolan - brother of Chris, and the writer of The Dark Knight.

Clips from Reminiscence are scattered throughout the video here:

All clips via Warner Bros. Pictures