Sci-Fi hit “Chaos Walking” from today on Sky –

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Just started in the cinema, already available today: The sci-fi hit “Chaos Walking” on Sky and Sky Ticket.

What is behind a human-colonized planet? The bestseller adaptation „Chaos Walking“ by Doug Liman was one of the earliest films to reopen in June. The film opened in Germany on June 17th.

And the cast alone Tom Holland („Spider-Man: Homecoming“), Daisy Ridley (“Star Wars Episode IX”) and Mads Mikkelsen starring sounds promising. Today, Thursday, July 15, “Chaos Walking” will start at Sky within the Sky Cinema Package.

Agreement with Studiocanal

Sky is already showing the new feature film based on an agreement with partners Studiocanal. “The rousing and star-studded sci-fi film, which has already been shown with success in the cinemas that have finally reopened, is another current film highlight that Sky customers can enjoy in the Cinema Package”, says Matthias Kistler, Vice President Acquisitions at Sky Germany.

„Chaos Walking“

In the near future, Todd Hewitt (Tom Holland) finds the mysterious Viola (Daisy Ridley), who is stranded after a crash landing on the distant planet “New World”. In Todd’s hometown of Prentisstown, all women have disappeared and the male residents are under the influence of the puzzling “noise”. This is a strange force that makes all thoughts audible to everyone over and over again.

Viola’s life in this world is in danger from the start. Together with Todd she goes on the run from the leader of Prentisstown (Mads Mikkelsen). In the meantime, the two discover a dark truth and soon have to run for their lives.

The trailer gives a first glimpse into “Chaos Walking”:

„Chaos Walking“ is off 15th of July both at Sky im Cinema Packages as well as streaming service Sky Ticket retrievable. With Sky Q you can also watch the sci-fi hit in UHD.


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