Dua Lipa’s Swan Song to be Featured in Alita: Battle Angel

The big screen adaptation opens on February 14, 2019

Preview of Dua Lipa Single Swan Song from Alita: Battle Angel

Dua Lipa announced today that her new song, “Swan Song,” will be featured in Alita: Battle Angel, opening in theaters on February 14, 2019. “Official song by yours truly with the help of my friends Justin, Kennedi, Junkie XL & Mattman & Robin,” she said. “So proud to be involved in such an incredible movie with a badass female protagonist! Thank you to the whole #Alita team for bringing this character to life.”

Dua Lipa added: “Thank you James Cameron, Jon Landau, Robert Rodriguez and 20th Century Fox for this opportunity . EVERYONE HAS TO SEE THIS MOVIE!! ⚔⛓❤⚔⛓❤ (We made a music video too and that was a lot of fun to shoot! Can’t wait for you to see)”

From visionary filmmakers James Cameron (Avatar) and Robert Rodriguez (Sin City) comes Alita: Battle Angel, an epic adventure of hope and empowerment. When Alita (Rosa Salazar) awakens with no memory of who she is in a future world she does not recognize, she is taken in by Ido (Christoph Waltz), a compassionate doctor who realizes that somewhere in this abandoned cyborg shell is the heart and soul of a young woman with an extraordinary past.

As Alita learns to navigate her new life and the treacherous streets of Iron City, Ido tries to shield her from her mysterious history while her street-smart new friend Hugo (Keean Johnson) offers instead to help trigger her memories. But it is only when the deadly and corrupt forces that run the city come after Alita that she discovers a clue to her past – she has unique fighting abilities that those in power will stop at nothing to control. If she can stay out of their grasp, she could be the key to saving her friends, her family and the world she’s grown to love.

The 20th Century Fox  film also stars Jennifer Connelly, Mahershala Ali, Ed Skrein, Jackie Earle Haley, and Keean Johnson.

The script was written by James Cameron, Laeta Kalogridis, and Robert Rodriguez, and was based on the graphic novel series Gunnm, by Yukito Kishiro.

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