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Netflix's New Cyberpunk Thriller Altered Carbon Gets Stunning First Trailer

12 January 2018, 09:14 | Myron Mathis

Netflix's New Cyberpunk Thriller Altered Carbon Gets Stunning First Trailer

New Altered Carbon Trailer and Key Art Wraps You Up in the Future

Netflix has released a new trailer for their upcoming series Altered Carbon, which is an adaptation of the cyberpunk novel of the same name by author Richard K. Morgan.

Kinnaman has recently described the series as being massive, noting how those involved in the production are "really going to be able to create a world that's got a bigger budget than the first three seasons of Game of Thrones".

At the heart of the story is Takeshi Kovacs (Joel Kinnaman), an elite, interstellar warrior whose consciousness has been awakened for the first time in over 200 years and placed inside the body of a U.S. soldier. The 10-part series takes place in a dystopian world where human consciousnesses is digitized and stored in cortical stacks implanted in the spine, allowing humans to survive physical death by having their memories and consciousness "re-sleeved" into new bodies. The man who brought him back, aristocrat Laurens Bancroft (James Purefoy), has done so in order for Kovacs to solve his own murder - a plot point which has been the denouement of numerous teasing clips that Netflix has released so far.

Kinnaman plays Takeshi Kovacs who has been resurrected by Isaac Bancroft, played by Antonio Maziale, to solve his own murder. So that he can solve Bancroft's murder.


Body-hopping soldier Takeshi Kovacs is played by two actors - Joel Kinnaman, from Suicide Squad and The Killing, and Will Yun Lee, from The Wolverine. Laeta Kalogridis serves as creator and executive producer.

This high-quality production on this show looks expensive, even for Netflix.

Now, to make sure we are properly foaming at the mouth come Friday, 2 February, Netflix has given us a seriously kick-ass new two-minute trailer...



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