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Infinite Trailer: Mark Wahlberg Remembers His Multiple Lives


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Mark Wahlberg remembers his past lives in the first trailer for his new action movie Infinite. Over the last several years, Mark Wahlberg has become a veteran of the action movie genre. He's starred in real-life-inspired adventures like Deepwater Horizon, joined the Transformers franchise for two installments, and launched new original franchise attempts like Mile 22 and Spenser Confidential. Wahlberg's latest effort to show what he can bring to the genre pairs him up with director Antoine Fuqua for Infinite.

Originally set to star Chris Evans, Wahlberg eventually joined Infinite to work with Fuqua in adapting D. Eric Maikranz's novel The Reincarnationist Papers. The movie features a great cast of action movie veterans ranging from Maze Runner's Dylan O'Brien, Doctor Strange's Chiwetel Ejiofor, and Kingsman's Sophie Cookson. After completing filming in 2019, Paramount Pictures planned to release Infinite in theaters in the summer of 2020 and hopefully see it become a new franchise. These plans changed substantially due to COVID-19, and will now see the movie skip theaters for a Paramount+ release.

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Paramount didn't get a chance to release an Infinite trailer prior to delaying the movie to 2021. Now that the release plan for the movie is confirmed, the studio has started its marketing campaign at long last. Paramount finally released the first trailer for Infinite that offers the first look at Mark Wahlberg's action movie. The two-and-a-half-minute trailer shows Wahlberg as Evan McCauley and beginning to remember his past lives. Infinite will release exclusively on Paramount+ on June 10, 2021.

The majority of Infinite's trailer focuses on the interrogation between Chiwetel Ejiofor's character and Wahlberg's McCauley. It isn't until the end of this moment that McCauley begins to remember his past lives by seeing artifacts that he has history with. However, it appears that Ejiofor is the villain of the movie and that McCauley is rescued by a group of others with memories of their past lives, known as the Infinites.

Possibly the biggest surprise of Infinite's trailer is just how little action is actually featured. The jail-break sequence where McCauley escapes from Ejiofor's character is the biggest set-piece shown. There is sure to be more than a few car chases when it comes to Infinite's action, and Wahlberg holding a sword near the end could be a tease of what else the movie might include. Fuqua has plenty of experience directing various types of action scenes and Wahlberg is no stranger to performing them either. Paramount could be waiting to reveal more of the action for a second trailer. With Infinite moving exclusively to Paramount+, it'll need to be a huge hit for the streaming service if this is going to become more than a standalone story.

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