Awesome New Trailer For Netflix's Cyberpunk Noir Thriller ALTERED CARBON

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Netflix has released a new trailer for their new film Altered Carbon and it's packed full of awesome new footage. It also offers up interesting story details about the cyberpunk sci-fi noir film. 

Altered Carbon is based on Richard K. Morgan’s 2002 novel, which is set 500 years in the future, and as you'll see, the film is visually stunning. It has a very Blade Runner kind of feel to it that I think fans will appreciate.

The trailer focuses on the story of the main character, Takeshi Kovacs (Will Yun Lee), a Japanese-American man whose consciousness is transferred into the body of a white man (Joel Kinnaman) hundreds of years in the future and brought back to solve the murder of a wealthy mogul.

Here's the full description of the story:

When human consciousness can be stored on digital implants (called “stacks”) which allow the mega-rich to continually upgrade their bodies (dubbed “sleeves”) and essentially live forever. The story follows an elite soldier named Takeshi Kovacs. This is him below during a flashback scene (where he’s initially played by Will Yun Lee) along with his sister Reileen Kawahara (Dichen Lachman). They were killers for hire who became revolutionaries.
Kovacs is imprisoned, his conscious stored away, and then awoken centuries later in a different body. He’s now played by Joel Kinnaman (The Killing). Kovacs’ freedom was arranged by a wealthy mogul, Laurens Bancroft (James Purefoy), who offers Kovacs a pardon for his crimes if he can solve a “murder” — Bancroft’s own, as somebody killed his previous sleeve.
Kovacs was trained by Quell (Hamilton star Renee Elise Goldsberry), the leader of the Envoys — elite interstellar warriors, trained in the ways of intuition, combat, and survival The release of Kovacs catches the interest of Kristin Ortega (Martha Higareda), a detective with a complicated past.

The series comes from writer-producer Laeta Kalogridis (Alita: Battle AngelShutter Island) with a pilot shot by director Miguel Sapochnik, who helmed the “Battle of the Bastards” episode of Game of Thrones.

The series is said to be the biggest budgeted series for Netflix yet and it will be released on Friday, February 2nd.

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