Underwater Trailer is Out: Cast, Premise and Release Date

The first-ever trailer of Underwater is finally out. By the looks of it, Kristen Stewart does feature a great haircut. However, the real question is, what is the being that is lurking deep under the water? Underwater comprises Kristen Stewart in the real role where she is intrigued by some kind of life form which a group of researchers found under the water.

Kristen Stewart has been making quite a name for herself in several indie films. By the looks of it, the lead star of Twilight is ready to make a comeback with big releases. Kristen Stewart is making her way to a big banner movie with the 2019 reboot release of Charlie’s Angels. Now, she plays the lead role is a deep-water sci-fi movie which gives a feeling of movies such as The Abyss, Alien, among others.

Cast and Premise of Underwater

The premise of the movie is currently kept under wraps; moreover, the viewers didn’t get a glimpse at the underwater monster. However, the trailer suggests that the characters are 5000 miles away from the land. On the other hand, they are seven miles deep into the ocean. However, there is a disturbance in the middle of the ocean, and this causes an alarm among the researchers who are trapped deep in the ocean.

Kristen Stewart portrays the role of Norah Price whereas Jessica Henwick as Emily. The other cast and crew members are T. J. Miller, Mamoudiu Athie, John Gallagher Jr., Vincent Cassel and Gunner Wright in lead roles. The production of the film began back on 22nd February 2017. William Eubank is the director of the film. The film is produced by Tonia Davis, Peter Chernin, and Jenno Topping.

Release date of Underwater

According to the distributor, Walt Disney Studios, the film will hit the theaters on the 10th January 2020. It is important to note that 20th-century fox helms the role of the production company of the film.

Sujeeth Kalyan
Sujeeth Kalyan
Sujeeth Kalyan is a content writer & social media specialist by day; a storyteller & a freelance writer by night. As a self-proclaimed prodigy in writing, he believes that language is borderless, and writing gives a person the absolute power to create and destroy things. Anyone can write as long as they have a strong narrative capability and the ability to emote feelings into words.

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