’65’ Trailer: Adam Driver Battles Dinosaurs On A Prehistoric Earth

In the last few years, Adam Driver has faced zombies, the Ku Klux Klan, toxic clouds, Jedi, and divorce. And that’s just the beginning of the many weird twists has career has taken. It gets just a tad weirder with his upcoming action flick, 65, which finds him battling dinosaurs on a prehistoric Earth.

The sci-fi flick was written and directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods, known for writing A Quiet Place. Aboard as a producer is Sam Raimi, lending his genre chops to what looks like a more enjoyable dino-spectacle than the Jurassic World movies.

Driver is joined in the cast by Ariana Greenblatt (In the Heights) and Chloe Coleman (My Spy).

Here’s the synopsis: After a catastrophic crash on an unknown planet, pilot Mills (Adam Driver) quickly discovers he’s actually stranded on Earth…65 million years ago. Now, with only one chance at rescue, Mills and the only other survivor, Koa (Ariana Greenblatt), must make their way across an unknown terrain riddled with dangerous prehistoric creatures in an epic fight to survive. From the writers of A Quiet Place and producer Sam Raimi comes 65, a sci-fi thriller starring Adam Driver, Ariana Greenblatt, and Chloe Coleman. Written and directed by Scott Beck & Bryan Woods and produced by Sam Raimi, Deborah Liebling and Zainab Azizi. Also produced by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods.

65 opens in theaters on March 17th.


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