Steven Soderbergh will direct Kimi, which will be written and produced by David Koepp. Kimi (stylized as KIMI) will be released in theatres on September 14, 2018. Zoe Kravitz and Rita Wilson are among the cast members. It is slated to premiere on HBO Max on February 10, 2022, at a time yet to be determined.
“Kimi,” a sci-fi thriller set in the digital era and premiering exclusively on HBO Max on February 10th, has a mesmerising trailer online.
Soderbergh and David Koepp’s “Kimi” presents a future in which Kimi, the name of an imaginary Siri-like digital assistant, is listening and documenting every moment of people’s lives in real time. New Line Cinema and HBO Max present a thriller about an agoraphobic voice stream translator (Zo Kravitz) who thinks she has overheard a murder on a tape she is analysing (the film stars Zo Kravitz). In spite of her best efforts, Childs is ignored when she brings the tape to the notice of her superiors.
Childs’ coworker states in the teaser, “The gadgets pick up a lot of different things. Simply remove it and designate it as “degraded audio.”
It is clear to everyone that I am incompetent, and you are aware of this. Childs speculates that the lady could need assistance. “How can I learn more about her?”
Action-packed scenes of Childs running, computer displays full with data and demonstrations in the streets are seen in the trailer, which recognises the continued danger of the COVID-19 epidemic by having several people wear masks in the film. Childs asks, “Kimi?” and Kimi’s monotonous voice responds, “I’m here” every several seconds.
Byron Bowers (“No Sudden Move,” “Jane the Virgin,” “Traffic”), Jaime Camil (“Jane the Virgin,” “Kimi”), Erika Christensen (“Traffic”), Byron Bowers (“Derek DelGaudio’s In & of Itself,” “Riverdale,” “Logan Lucky,” “Side Effects,” and “The 33” star Rita Wilson will also star in “Kimi,” as will Charles Halford (“Logan
When an agoraphobic tech worker uncovers evidence of a violent crime while monitoring a data stream during the COVID-19 epidemic in Seattle, she is greeted with opposition and bureaucracy when she attempts to report it to her employer. In order to get involved, she realises she must confront her greatest fear by venturing out of her apartment and onto the city streets, which are swarming with protestors after the city council passes a law restricting the movements of the homeless population. She decides to confront her greatest fear by venturing out of her apartment and onto the city streets, which are swarming with protestors after the city council passes a law restricting the movements of the homeless population.
On February 25, 2021, it was revealed that Steven Soderbergh has been chosen to helm the New Line Cinema film Kimi, which would star Zo Kravitz. The film will be released in 2021. According to reports, the cast would be expanded to include Byron Bowers, Jaime Camil, Jacob Vargas, and Derek DelGaudio in March 2021. During the film’s production in April 2021, Erika Christensen and Devin Ratray joined the cast as extras.
Los Angeles was chosen as the location for the majority of the indoor sequences, and principal photography began there in April 2021. In May, the production relocated to Seattle, where it filmed outside sequences for the first time.
- Zoë Kravitz as Angela Childs
- Rita Wilson as Angela’s boss
- India de Beaufort as Sharon
- Emily Kuroda as Dr. Burns
- Byron Bowers
- Jaime Camil
- Jacob Vargas
- Derek DelGaudio
- Erika Christensen
- Devin Ratray
- Andy Daly
- Robin Givens
- Charles Halford
Kimi is set to premiere on HBO Max on February 10, 2022, and will be available to watch just there.