Keanue Reeves pushes the boundaries of science in Replicas

Keanue Reeves pushes the boundaries of science in Replicas


A scientist experiments with life after death to try to save his own family.

Keanu Reeves is now enjoying a big resurgence thanks to the John Wick series of films of which a third is now in production.

In all honesty, I had completely forgotten about the film Replicas which had been filmed in 2016! The first trailer was posted online eleven months ago and you can find that here.

As you can see in this trailer, Reeves is a scientist named Will Foster. He is trying to take human minds from the recently deceased and implant them into advanced robotic bodies.

However, when his family was killed in a tragic car accident, Foster tries to bring them back, even if it means going against a government-controlled laboratory, a police task force, and the physical laws of science.

There is still no release date set for Replicas except for the Netherlands with IMDb listing a date of the 8th of December.

We’ll keep you posted if any more release dates make an appearance.



 

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