John Cho’s 'Searching' Thriller Is Entirely Captured Using Computer Screens

A father desperately tries to find his missing daughter using the Internet.

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Sony Pictures recently unveiled the first official trailer for Searching starring acclaimed Korean-American actor, John Cho. Entirely recorded using computer screens, this new dramatic thriller spotlights Cho in the role of a father named David Kim, who desperately tries to find his missing daughter using the Internet, alongside other technological devices. Moments after Kim calls the police to report his daughter’s mysterious disappearance, a harrowing online investigation ensues.

The film, which marks writer/director Aneesh Chanty’s directorial debut, stars Debra Messing, Michele La and Joseph Lee. It first appeared at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year. Nonetheless, watch the first official trailer for Searching above and expect the movie to hit select theaters nationwide this August 3.

In other entertainment news, a new trailer for the most-anticipated Incredibles 2 movie just came out.

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