Michael Pena & Mike Colter Battle Aliens in Netflix's Extinction Trailer

Lewis Collier
July 13, 2018

Dreams of death. Invasion.

Netflix has released the first trailer for Extinction, a new sci-fi film that will debut on the streaming service on July 27. When the extra terrestrials do arrive, it's clear they're not here to make friends, and it appears his visions may hold the sole key to humanity's survival.

Director Ben Young, the man behind the unconventional horror/thriller Hounds Of Lovethat took the Venice Film Festival by storm, will helm the film, working from a script penned by Spenser Cohen, Brad Caleb Kane and Arrival writer Eric Heisserer. It's great having Peña in a lead role, Caplan generally brings value whenever she's on screen, and the overall production looks slick enough. With prominent titles like American Hustle, Crash and End of Watch under his belt, Peña's pedigree is something to behold, which is why his starring in Netflix's upcoming alien invasion drama, Extinction, should come as no surprise.

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Joining Peña are Lizzy Caplan (Masters of Sex) and Mike Colter (Luke Cage). His nightmare turns into reality when the planet is invaded by a force bent on destruction.

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