65: Release date, cast, plot, trailer, more

65 TrailerYouTube: Sony Pictures

Providing a new take on alien encounters and dinosaur attacks, 65 promises plenty of intrigue. Here’s everything we know about the upcoming sci-fi adventure.

Sci-fi fans who were left disappointed by 2022’s Jurassic World: Dominion may have just gotten their second-chance at a satisfying dinosaur adventure.

From the writers of A Quiet Place, 65 will similarly put its own twist on a well-known movie setup, in this place combining space exploration, time travel, and monster movies.

Here is everything we know about this upcoming movie.

Is there a release date for 65?

65 will release in theaters on March 17, 2023. However, the film’s release has been moved around several times in the past, so it is possible that this release date will change. We will be sure to keep this space updated with any changes to the release date.

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Has a trailer for 65 been released?

The first trailer for 65 was released on December 14, 2022 and can be seen below.

A second trailer, released on January 26, gives audiences a bit of a deeper look into Adam Driver’s character as well as his ultimate plan to escape this planet of dinosaurs. The full trailer can be seen below.

Another trailer was released ahead of the big game on February 10, which showed a few more clips and also confirmed that the movie will involve humans discovering a version of Earth 65 million years in the past.

Who will appear as part of the cast for 65?

The movie has a relatively small cast, but it is headlined by Adam Driver, who will portray Mills, the pilot of a space craft that crash lands on an unknown planet populated with dinosaurs.

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Alongside Driver, Ariana Greenblatt will appear as Koa, one of the surviving passengers aboard Mills’ space craft.

What do we know about the plot of 65?

After crash landing their ship on an unknown planet, Mills and the remaining survivors must navigate a world populated by dinosaurs and other deadly prehistoric creatures.

The trailer seems to indicate that, in fact, Mills’ ship crashed onto a prehistoric Earth 65 million years in the past, though it’s not clear what caused this time travel.