First look at Hugh Jackman's new action thriller Reminiscence

Stephanie Chase
·2-min read

From Digital Spy

Hugh Jackman has shared a first look at his new action thriller Reminiscence, from Westworld co-creator Lisa Joy.

The film stars Jackman as Nick Bannister who is a private investigator of the mind. His job is to help clients access lost memories, but after one of them disappears, he uncovers a violent conspiracy.

Jackman shared the film's first trailer on Twitter on Friday (February 19) and wrote: "You're going on a journey through memory. All you have to do is follow my voice."

Photo credit: Kristy Sparow - Getty Images
Photo credit: Kristy Sparow - Getty Images

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He also confirmed it was set for release on HBO Max on September 3 and will hit theatres internationally on August 25.

Reminiscence also stars Thandie Newton and Rebecca Ferguson. The film was written, directed and produced by Joy.

Joy and her husband Jonathan Nolan are currently working on adapting author Michael Crichton's Sphere for HBO. The busy couple are also creating a TV series based on Bethesda's post-apocalyptic game Fallout for Amazon Studios.

Meanwhile Jackman is teaming up with Game of Thrones bosses David Benioff and DB Weiss for new Netflix series The Overstory.

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Photo credit: Brendon Thorne - Getty Images

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Executive produced by the trio, The Overstory is adapted from Richard Powers' acclaimed, Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name.

As Deadline reports, The Overstory "tells the story of a world alongside ours that is vast, interconnected, resourceful, magnificently inventive, and almost invisible to us. A handful of disparate people learn how to see that world and are drawn into its unfolding catastrophe."

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