Songbird stood out as truly newsworthy this summer year for being the main film to film in Los Angeles after the pandemic struck. Presently we get our first gander at the spine chiller from maker Michael Bay in another trailer uncovering… a film about a pandemic in Los Angeles.
Set four years later, Songbird acquaints us with a world in which COVID-19 has transformed forcefully, prompting a police state in which contaminated people are viciously gathered together and tossed into isolate zones. In this disorder is Nico (KJ Apa) and Sara (Sofia Carson), a youthful couple giving a valiant effort to keep up a relationship with no actual contact.
Nico is safe to the infection, yet Sara is especially in danger after a scene with a tainted neighbor. Presently the feds are coming for her, and Nico needs to race across Los Angeles to attempt to discover some approach to spare her. Lark has one serious supporting cast. Demi Moore, Bradley Whitford, Craig Robinson, Alexandra Daddario, and Paul Walter Hauser all play individual Angelinos braving the fourth year of lockdown in totally different manners.
What’s more, Peter Stormare plays the top of the “sterilization” division entrusted with gathering together tainted residents with the specific degree of over-the-top Peter Stormare-ness you’d anticipate. Yet, the trailer feels gimmicky (simply like each other spine chiller from the previous ten years, it is set to a hindered rendition of a pop melody), and viewing a pandemic film while stuck at home during a pandemic has next to no engage me.
Look at the trailer below and decide for yourself. For a greater amount of what’s turning out later on, click here to watch the trailer for the Drew Barrymore satire The Stand-In.