In a secret facility 5 teenage mutants are being held towards their will as they have to be taught to regulate their harmful powers and atone for the sins of their previous. These younger mutants aren’t involved with saving the world – they’re simply attempting to save lots of themselves.
Maisie Williams in ‘The New Mutants’
Anya Taylor-Joy stars as Illyana Rasputin, a Russian mutant and the sister of Colossus, who poses sorcery powers and makes use of teleportation discs to journey. Maisie Williams performs Rahne Sinclair, a Scottish mutant who’s “struggling to reconcile her non secular beliefs along with her energy to show right into a wolf.”
‘Stranger Things’ star Charlie Heaton performs Sam Guthrie, a mutant “who can propel himself into the air and is invulnerable whereas doing so.” Brazilian actor Henry Zaga takes on the function of Roberto da Costa, a mutant “with the flexibility to govern photo voltaic power.”
‘The Originals’ Blu Hunt performs Danielle Moonstar a Native American mutant “who has the ability to create illusions drawn from the fears and wishes of an individual’s thoughts.”
The movie additionally stars Alice Braga as Cecilia Reyes, the group’s mentor and a medical physician “who has the flexibility to generate a protecting bio-field round herself.”
Directed by ‘The Fault In Our Stars’’ Josh Boone, who additionally penned the script alongside Kante Lee, The New Mutants is meant to be the start of a brand new ‘X-Men’ trilogy.
The movie will likely be a departure from the same old model of ‘X-Men’ motion pictures and is described as a “Stephen King meets John Hughes”-style horror film.
Speaking to Entertainment Weekly in May, Boone mentioned: “We are making a full-fledged horror film set throughout the X-Men universe. There aren’t any costumes. There aren’t any supervillains. We’re attempting to do one thing very, very completely different.” ‘The New Mutants’ hits theatres on April 13.
Anya Taylor-Joy in ‘The New Mutants’
Starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Henry Zaga, Blu Hunt, Alice Braga