Voyagers is an upcoming Sci-Fi directed by Neil Burger and written Stan Lee "Voyagers" Lionsgate has taken advantage of the United States premiere publish the first of Voyagers the new film by director Neil Burger responsible for The Illusionist Limitless the first Divergent the remake of Untouchable or three episodes including the pilot of Showtimes Billions. Tye Sheridan Lily-Rose Depp Fionn Whitehead and Colin Farrell Voyagers lead the cast of this independent production of AGC Studios Fibonacci Films Freecs Films Icon Films Ingenious Media Nota Bene Productions Stillking Films and Thunder Road Pictures which will hit theaters. theaters in the United States on April 9. Burger himself signs the script for this fantastic story about 30 young people who are sent into space with the purpose of colonizing a new planet. When the captain of the ship and the main person in charge of the mission who in turn is one of the few adults on board is assassinated in mysterious circumstances chaos will begin to reign and the wildest instincts will be unleashed and the law of the wildest will rule. strong.
Lily-Rose Depp's Voyagers career as a film actress cannot be said to have been precisely prolific. Not so far, because it seems that the future is full of interesting projects for the interpreter after emerging in The Dancer and The King, the feature film for Netflix in which she played the love interest of King Hal, played by Timothée Chalamet. Two years after that launch, the actress has in her portfolio Crisis, a thriller with Gary Oldman; Silent Night, a family comedy opposite Keira Knightley and Voyagers, a teen space drama that hits US theaters on April 9 after having to change its release date several times due to the pandemic. Defined by those who have already seen it as a teenage film with echoes of Euphoria, Voyagers unites Lily-Rose Depp for the first time with another post-adolescent idol at the height of Timothée Chalamet, Tye Sheridan (Ready Player One). Along with them will also be in this space story a whole list of almost new actors and one established, Colin Farrell. Neil Burger is the director of this dystopian feature film in which a group of young people born in a laboratory and raised aboard a spaceship make up a mission to find a safe environment for humans who continue on planet Earth. The head of the mission is the character played by Farrell, a scientist who watches over the boys and makes them drink a concoction known as The Blue.
Principal photography commenced on August 10, 2019 in California, United States and concluded on March 5, 2020. The film is set for release on April 9, 2021.