The Hugh Jackman-starrer sci-fi thriller Reminiscence will make its debut in US cinemas on September 3 this year, and for the first time on HBO Max.
The film, which also stars Rebecca Ferguson, Thandie Newton and Cliff Curtis, made the feature directorial debut of Westworld co-producer Lisa Joy.
Jackman, known for films such as the X-Men series, The Prestige, The Greatest Showman and Prisoners, shared the news in a post on Twitter on Friday.
“You are going on a journey through memory. You just have to follow my voice. # In cinemas, in American cinemas and streaming starts at 9.3.21. (Starting 8.25.21 in theaters internationally). @hbomax @wbpictures ”tweeted.
The story is about Nicholas Bannister (Jackman), a rugged and solitary elder who was living in Miami in the near future, surrounded by rising seas. He is an expert in a dangerous business: he offers customers the opportunity to reclaim any memory they wish.
“His life changes when he meets Mai. What begins as a simple case of Khoya and Pyaa becomes a passionate love affair.
“But when memories of a different client implicate Mai in a series of violent crimes, Bannister must uncover the truth about the woman she fell for in the dark world of the past”.
The film’s cast also includes Marina de Tavira, Daniel Wu, Mojian Aria, Brett Cullen, Natalie Martinez, Angela Sarafyan and Nico Parker.
Produced by Jonathan Nolan, Michael De Luca and Aaron Rider.