Trailer And Poster of “Kin” Movie With: Dennis Quaid And James Franco

Posted 2018/04/28 122 0

If you’ve ever visited our site and it’s not your first clash with it, you can not miss the fact that we adore science fiction and especially interesting and fantasy movies and worlds. And they are often directorial debuts in cinema, made with small budgets but with a lot of imagination and heart!

We are not going to give examples, you all remember what titles we mean and how often they find themselves the best in the career of a young director, who is later cheated on Hollywood proposals for money and fame, and yet fails to justify fans’ hopes again!

Is “Kin” (2018) A Promising Movie? The Trailer Promises It Is

Of course, we have no idea if “Kin” movie¬† will be out of these truly quality and grabbing films, let alone how the career of directors Jonathan and Josh Baker will actually develop their debut in feature-length cinema. But what we see in the first trailer released by Lionsgate is asking for a nice story, and most likely with good acting performances by Jack Raynor (“Detroit,” “Transformers: The Era of Extinction“), Dennis Quaid, Zoe Kravitz and young Miles Truith, as well as James Franco and Kari Kouun.

“Kin” (2018) Short Synopsis

“Kin” tells of a boy named Eli (Truith) who, along with his family, lives in a crime-prone town in a dystopian future. Elai’s elder brother (Raynor) goes out of prison and returns home, but quickly returns to the crime scene for a debt to a local gangster (Franco). When Eli finds a mysterious weapon, he decides to use it to protect his brother and father (Quaid), forcing them to flee the gangster, the law, and strange alien soldiers.

Kin’s directors are Jonathan and Josh Baker, who make their feature debut, adapting their short “Bag Man”. The main roles include Miles Truith, Jack Raynor, Dennis Quaid, James Franco, Zoe Kravitz and Carrey Coon. The premiere is August 31.

The Official Movie Poster of “Kin”

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