Voyagers with Tye Sheridan & Lily-Rose Depp
Voyagers is a Euphoric Sci-Fi Thriller film. Neil Burger is the writer and director of the PG-13 film.
Tye Sheridan as Christopher Rebbs
Lily-Rose Depp as Sela
Fionn Whitehead as Zac
Colin Farrell as Richard Alling
Chanté Adams as Phoebe
Isaac Hempstead Wright as Edward
Viveik Kalra as Peter
Archie Madekwe as Kal
Quintessa Swindell as Julie
Archie Renaux as Alex
Madison Hu as Anda
Neil Burger describes the film
It’s about human nature in a vacuum—who we are at our core. And about a group of extraordinary young people waking up to sensual desires, to freedom, to power, and the thrilling euphoria that goes with that experience. I began looking for the young actors who could embody the unusual personalities that find themselves on the ship, who reflected the essential conflict of human nature, and who would wrestle with these powerful impulses.
Tye Sheridan, who stars as Christopher, explains the film
Within the context of this big space adventure, the story is really about human nature. Neil has created a world that’s visually striking while providing an opportunity to really dig in and put a magnifying glass to each of the characters.
Colin Farrell about his character Richard
A father figure and somebody who was always there to corral, guide, monitor, and care for those kids – from birth into young adulthood. I loved how contained Neil’s script was and that the story felt like a pressure cooker that was ready to explode. And when that happens, it’s really, really cool.
Isaac Hempstead Wright about his character Edward
Edward is driven by data, and even when things start falling apart and go a bit crazy on the ship, he remains focused on the alien and the information he can collect about it. I like that he’s evidence-based and focused.
The 108 minutes film will be available on April 9, 2021.
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