‘Infinite’ Final Trailer: Paramount Really Doesn’t Want You To Forget Mark Wahlberg’s Sci-Fi Thriller

Sooooo Paramount really needs Infinite to be a big hit. It’s their first real shot at a blockbuster film exclusive for Paramount+, and with Mark Wahlberg starring for director Antoine Fuqua it has the cred to draw in subscribers. And how do you know Paramount is desperate to keep this movie fresh in your mind? Because it hasn’t even been a week since the trailer dropped and already they’ve dumped a “final” one on us.

The sci-fi thriller stars Wahlberg as Evan McCauley, who has gained skills he never learned and holds memories from past lives he never lived. He soon learns that he is part of a secret group known as the “Infinites”, and must use their abilities gained from having lived multiple lives to save the world.

Also in the cast are Chiwetel Ejiofor, Sophie Cookson, Jason Mantzoukas, Rupert Friend, Liz Carr, with Toby Jones and Dylan O’Brien.

Infinite had been due to open in theaters last year but was delayed due to COVID-19, but will now hit Paramount+ exclusively on June 10th.

For Evan McCauley (Mark Wahlberg), skills he has never learned and memories of places he has never visited haunt his daily life. Self-medicated and on the brink of a mental breakdown, Evan is sought by a secret group that call themselves “Infinites,” revealing to him that his memories may be real—but they are from multiple past lives.


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