A24 action movie 'Civil War' confirmed for domestic release in the first half of 2024
A24 action movie 'Civil War' confirmed for domestic release in the first half of 2024
A24's movie 'Civil War' (directed by Alex Garland) has confirmed its domestic release in the first half of 2024.

'Civil War' is an action blockbuster that tells the story of the largest civil war ever in American history in the near future. These are works produced by A24, including ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ and ‘Fast Lives’.

Director Alex Garland, who became known in Korea for 'Ex Machina' and 'Southern Reach: Land of Extinction', directed and wrote the screenplay. Rob Hardy of 'Mission Impossible: Fallout' served as the cinematographer for 'Civil War', and Framestore, which was in charge of VFX for '007 No Time to Die' and director Bong Joon-ho's new film 'Mickey 17', was involved in the production. participated. In addition, stunt team members from ‘Avengers: Endgame’, ‘WandaVision’, and ‘Mission: Impossible: Dead Reckoning PART ONE’ participated.

Francine Meissler, who was responsible for casting several Hollywood masterpieces such as 'Blade Runner 2049', 'Dune', and 'Dune: Part 2', and Glenn Flemantle, who won the Best Sound Editing Award at the 86th Academy Awards for 'Gravity'. The veteran staff members, including others, worked together.

'Melancholia', 'Power of Dog' Kirsten Dunst, Cailey Spaeny, winner of the Volpi Cup Best Actress Award at the 80th Venice International Film Festival for 'Priscilla', NETFLIX original content 'Narcos', 'Gray Man' Wagner Mora, 'The Irishman' Jesse Plemons of 'Man', 'Flower Killing Moon', Nick Offerman of 'The Founder', 'Dumb Money', and Stephen Henderson of 'Dune', 'Dune: Part 2' will participate as actors.

The first trailer begins with an official briefing in which the three-term president plans to immediately suppress the rebellion of the western forces united by Texas and California in a divided United States that has fallen into chaos after 19 states seceded from the Union. As the Western army advanced toward Washington despite the president's warning, war reporters were depicted deciding to follow them there, risking their lives and being shot on the spot, to report.

Reporter Ha-neul Lee, Ten Asia greenworld@tenasia.co.kr translated by google