The year 2021 seems to change the life of Nick Jonas. We are all well aware of his excellence as a singer and now he is up for something much more adventurous.
Recently, he managed to gain media attention with the release of his new album “Spaceman”. In association with this outing, Nick Jonas recently unveiled the theme for his NEW ALBUM which literally blew his fans away. Now he’s here to offer a preview of his upcoming film “Chaos Walking”, which should indeed be a turning point in his career in the limelight.
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Lately, the singer took to his Instagram account to captivate his fans with a small video clip from the film, which in turn gave most of his fans an adrenaline rush.
The video clip from the movie ‘Chaos Walking’ gave Jonas fans an adrenaline rush!
“A little preview… @ChaosWalking is in theaters and IMAX this Friday March 5th !! Home viewing options will be announced by the studio very, very soon, ”Jonas posted.
According to the article, the film will be released in the scree in one day, on March 5.
Chaos Walking, an American action-adventure sci-fi western directed by Doug Liman from a screenplay by Patrick Ness and Christopher Ford is based on the sci-fi trilogy Chaos Walking, adapted from his first book, 2008 The knife to never let go by Ness. The recent release of the new trailer for Chaos Walking starring Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley is full of puzzles.
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It deals with a dystopian world where there are no women and all living creatures can hear the thoughts of others in a flow of images, words and sounds called Noise.
Announced in 2011, the film had undergone several rewrites from an early draft script written by Charlie Kaufman, with Jamie Linden, John Lee Hancock, Gary Spinelli, Lindsey Beer, Christopher Ford and Ness further editing the script. Liman was then announced as director in 2016, with principal photography fully started and completed around 2017. Originally slated for March 1, 2019, he was pulled from the schedule to host the film’s reruns in April 2019 as a result of poor audience test screenings.
The film stars Daisy Ridley and Tom Holland, as well as Mads Mikkelsen, Demián Bichir, Cynthia Erivo, Nick Jonas and David Oyelowo.