Hulu has revealed the official Mother/Android trailer and key art, which give you a new look at the triller from Miramax coming to the streaming service on Friday, December 17, 2021.
You can watch the Mother/Android trailer using the player below and you’ll find the key art underneath.
Set in the near future, Mother/Android follows Georgia (Chloë Grace Moretz) and her boyfriend Sam (Algee Smith) through their treacherous journey of escape as their country is caught in an unexpected war with artificial intelligence.
Days away from the arrival of their first child, they must face No Man’s Land – a stronghold of the android uprising, in hopes of reaching safety before giving birth.
The film stars Chloë Grace Moretz (Shadow in the Cloud, Kick-Ass) as Georgia, Algee Smith (Judas and the Black Messiah, Euphoria) as Sam, and Raul Castillo (We The Animals).
Mother/Android is written and directed by Mattson Tomlin (Project Power, Little Fish).
Matt Reeves (The Batman, War of the Planet of the Apes, Cloverfield) through his 6th & Idaho production company with Adam Kassan (6th & Idaho) and Rafi Crohn (6th & Idaho) along with Miramax’s Bill Block (The Gentlemen, District 9), and Charles Miller serve as producers.
“This film is a labor of love and I couldn’t be happier that in these extremely strange times, Mother/Android will be handled by a partner who truly cares,” said Tomlin previously. “I feel extremely lucky to have Hulu bringing the film to audiences later this year.”
“Mattson’s directorial debut is an intimate sci-fi film that is both beautiful and extremely personal, with a powerful, soulful performance from Chloë Moretz,” added Matt Reeves.
“I am incredibly excited that Hulu will be sharing Mother/Android with audiences.”
Mother/Android joins Hulu’s growing slate of Original films, including Palm Springs, Bad Hair, Run, Happiest Season, The United States vs. Billie Holiday, Boss Level, False Positive, and more.
Chloë Grace Moretz previously teamed up with Matt Reeves on Let Me In, the filmmaker’s 2010 remake of the 2008 Swedish film Let the Right One In.