Will Smith Hunts Elves with an Orc in New BRIGHT Trailer

Will Smith Hunts Elves with an Orc in New BRIGHT Trailer

Netflix has stepped up its game, especially in 2017, when it comes to its original movie content. But as Smith jokingly explained at San Diego Comic Con earlier this year, the film is more of a socio-economic statement with fantasy elements tacked on. A cop drama set in a world where humans are living on the same plane as orcs, elves, fairies, magic and all other manner of mystical, fantasy mumbo-jumbo.

Now, though, with the release of a new redband trailer, fans can get a better look at what Bright deals with in detail. Ward (Smith) and Jakoby (Edgerton), embark on a routine patrol night and encounter a darkness that will ultimately alter the future and their world as they know it.

"It's like a nuclear weapon that grants wishes", the trailer explains.

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Bright will be available only on Netflix from December 22. He's got a fun flair for action that overwhelms so numerous flaws in his work and also he's got a real skill at dealing with actors, especially when he's not working as a gun for hire or as the director of a Max Landis script.

The trailer revolves around Smith and Egerton's characters chasing down and protecting the wand from evil elf Noomi Rapace, as well as any nefarious humans that may want to get their hands on the artifact. Bright is genre-bending action movie that follows two cops from very different backgrounds. I was able to do my shit.

The trailer also explores the idea of the orcs as a subjugated minority group, with Jakoby being a trailblazer among his people as the first orc to graduate from the police academy.

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