Netflix's 'Bright' Finally Drops a Full-Length Trailer

Costing a whooping $90 million USD to make.

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Netflix‘s upcoming original blockbuster Bright has finally dropped its first full-length trailer during its panel at San Diego Comic-Con today. Initially previewed during the 89th Academy Awards, Bright is directed by Suicide Squad‘s David Ayer and stars Will Smith, Joel Edgerton and Noomi Rapace.

Taking place in a reality mixed with fantasy world, Bright centers around an Orc cop (Edgerton) who is partnered with a human cop (Smith). When they learn of a powerful weapon, they team up to search for it before anyone else does. Made with a budget of $90 million USD, Bright is a definite must-see when it hits Netflix this December 22.

Also, Pacific Rim: Uprising just released a teaser starring John Boyega.

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