'Project Power': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Netflix's sci-fi movie starring Jamie Foxx

Giving us a bit of 'Limitless' vibes, with superpowers in focus, the trailer promises an excellent movie on the consequences of attaining pure power


                            'Project Power': Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Netflix's sci-fi movie starring Jamie Foxx
Jamie Foxx (Netflix)
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Have you ever imagined having a pill that gave you superpowers? You don't have to because Netflix's 'Project Power' shows you the consequences of people being addicted to the power pill. A trio -- a soldier, cop, and a teen -- tries to infiltrate the source from where these pills are made available to the public and their journey is far from an easy one. Here is what we know of the upcoming release of the sci-fi adventure film. 

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Release date

'Project Power' premieres on August 14, 2020.

Plot

The official synopsis reads, "An ex-soldier, a teen and a cop collide in New Orleans as they hunt for the source behind a dangerous new pill that grants users temporary superpowers."

Cast

Jamie Foxx as Art

Jamie Foxx attends the 31st Annual Palm Springs International Film Festival Film Awards Gala at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 02, 2020, in Palm Springs, California (Getty Images)

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Foxx is a singer, actor, and comedian known for as Ray Charles in 'Ray' (2004), Django 'Django Unchained' (2012), Max in 'Collateral' (2004) and Nick Rice in 'Law Abiding Citizen' (2009). His more recent works include Walter McMillian in 'Just Mercy' (2019), Yahya / John in 'Robin Hood' (2018), and Vincent in 'Sleepless' (2017). Foxx has two releases in post-production ('Soul' and 'All-Star Weekend'), two in pre-production ('Signal Hill' and 'Groove Tails'), and two more that have been announced: 'The Wild Bunch' and 'Spawn'

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Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Frank

Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt attends the 42nd Annual Kennedy Center Honors Kennedy Center on December 08, 2019 in Washington, DC (Getty Images)

Joseph is recognized for his roles as Arthur in 'Inception' (2010), Joe in 'Looper' (2012), Jon in 'Don John' (2013) and Adam in '50/50' (2011). His recent works include 'Star Wars: Episode VIII - The Last Jedi.' 'Endgame,' '7500,' and 'Knives Out.' The release 'The Trial of the Chicago 7' is in post-production, 'Mr Corman' in pre-production and 'Wingmen' and 'K Troop' have been announced.

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Other members of the cast include Machine Gun Kelly as Newt, Rodrigo Santoro as Biggie, Courtney B Vance as Captain Crane, Tait Fletcher as Wallace, Dominique Fishback as Robin, Yoshi Sudarso as Knifebones, Joseph Poliquin as Indo, Jim Klock as Mr Luker, Azhar Khan as Cuello, CJ LeBlanc as Miggs, and many more.

Creators

Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman serve as directors of the film and Mattson Tomlin serves as a writer. Ray Angelic and Orlee-Rose Strauss serve as executive producers, and Eric Newman and Bryan Unkeless serve as producers. 

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Trailer

If there was a bill that for five minutes would give you pure power, would you take it? The trailer is a thrilling one, with a small pill taking over the cities as people become addicted to the power that it gives them, ranging from being invisible to taking bullets. With Foxx at the center of attention, on the good side, of course, we see the course of thrilling suspense as him and his team fights the bad side wanting to test their power pill on the citizens of the city. Giving us a bit of 'Limitless' vibes, with superpowers in focus, the trailer promises an excellent movie on the consequences of attaining pure power. 

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Where to watch

Catch 'Project Power' on August 14, 2020, on Netflix.

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