Zoë Kravitz Believes She's Found Audio To A Murder In Trailer For HBO Max Film 'KIMI' From Steven Soderbergh
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Zoë Kravitz Believes She's Found Audio To A Murder In Trailer For HBO Max Film 'KIMI' From Steven Soderbergh

The first trailer for Steven Soderbergh’s new thriller, Kimi has dropped. The film is directed stars Zoë Kravitz and will be released on HBO Max on Feb. 10.

The film was written by David Koepp and also stars Byron Bowers, Jaime Camil, Erika Christensen, Derek DelGaudio, Robin Givens, Charles Halford, Devin Ratray, Jacob Vargas and Rita Wilson.

Details about 'KIMI':

Kimi will follow Kravitz, who plays a voice stream interpreter who stumbles upon audio of what she believes to be a murder, sending her down a thrilling and frightening road of conspiracy in her efforts to uncover the truth.

From the trailer, the film looks like it will be using technology in an interesting way, positioning it as an important story device that will have Kravitz’s character dealing with the good and the bad of it all.

Soderbergh recently directed No Sudden Move for the streamer and will also direct Magic Mike’s Last Dance.

Watch the trailer for 'KIMI' below:

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