“Asteroid City”: A Visual Masterpiece by Wes Anderson Set to Release on June 21st
Get ready to dive into the imaginative world of Hollywood’s representative visualist, Wes Anderson, with his highly anticipated new film, “Asteroid City,” set to release in Korea on June 21st. The movie tells the story of a group of people who are stranded in a virtual desert city after an accidental event, leading them to be isolated from the rest of the world.
The recently released teaser poster captures the 1950s-style illustrated visual of the road to “Asteroid City,” where the annual event commemorating the “Day of Meteorites” is held. With just a glimpse of this unknown city, viewers can’t help but be filled with curiosity about what will happen within its walls.
The official trailer gives us a closer look at the barren desert city, showcasing Wes Anderson’s unique style as a “detail craftsman.” Set in 1955, the retro color tones used in the visuals further enhance the movie’s overall aesthetic.
The movie follows Son-in-law (Jason Schwartzman) and his four children as they stay in “Asteroid City” after their vehicle breaks down, waiting for a craftsman (Tom Hanks) who is coming to pick up the children. However, due to a sudden event that occurs during the festival, all the people in the city are isolated and investigated, leading to heart-wrenching dialogues in the official trailer.
The fact that the movie features some of the best Hollywood actors, including Jason Schwartzman, Scarlett Johansson, and Tom Hanks, is enough to grab anyone’s attention. And with Wes Anderson at the helm, viewers can expect nothing less than a visual masterpiece.
So mark your calendars for June 21st and get ready to step into the intriguing world of “Asteroid City.”