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Netflix dreams of the future in first trailer for Mute

30 January 2018

Describing the project while it was filming, writer/director Duncan Jones said, "Mute is an encapsulation of everything I am fascinated by; noir, science fiction, and unique people in trouble because of who and what they are".

Mute was co-written by Michael Robert Johnson and Jones based on Jones' story, and produced by Stuart Fenegan.

Almost a decade (!) ago, Duncan Jones stormed onto the indie movie scene with Moon; a thoughtful, beautiful, microbudget sci-fi that technically only has one actor physically appearing in it. Jones went on to helm the extremely good sci-fi blockbuster Source Code and then the. not-quite-as-good fantasy blockbuster Warcraft.

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As he seeks answers, Leo finds himself mixed up with Cactus Bill (Paul Rudd) and Duck (Justin Theroux), a pair of irreverent United States army surgeons on a mission all their own.

Originally announced shortly after the release of Moon in 2009, Mute follows the hidden inner life of Leo, a bartender in Berlin in the year 2052. Paul Rudd rocking Anchorman-level facial hair and Justin Theroux looking like Owen Wilson on a very bad day. Along the way he'll team up with Cactus Bill (Rudd) and Duck (Theroux), "a pair of irreverent US Army surgeons on a mission all their own".

Poster for Netflix's 'Mute'. It's another big budget outing that will be exclusive to the streaming service. Having tried his hand at blockbuster-scaled endeavors, Jones is now returning to his creative roots with Mute, an original futuristic thriller that's set to debut exclusively on Netflix in late February.

Netflix dreams of the future in first trailer for Mute