Just last month, we saw a short but brilliant teaser trailer and poster for Luke Scott's upcoming directorial debut, the sci-fi-thriller Morgan. Now, Fox have released the first, full trailer online and this film is shaping up to be something pretty great.

Ridley Scott is one of the best sci-fi directors working today, having revolutionised the genre with many of his films. His son, Luke Scott, is following in his footsteps, making his directorial debut with the forthcoming sci-fi horror film Morgan, about a "rapidly developing lifeform".

20th Century Fox have debuted the first, full-length trailer for the film and it seems as though Ridley's gift for directing and for sci-fi, in particular, has passed down to his son because this film looks great. Check out the Morgan trailer, embedded here:
The teaser merely established the tone of the film and the idea of the eponymous character whereas, this trailer gives us some more plot details and shows us Morgan herself - played by The Witch breakout star Anya-Tayor Joy. I love the mysterious tone and the tension in this trailer and, from what we've seen so far, Morgan looks great and is quickly becoming one of my most anticipated films for the remainder of 2016.

Here's the film's official synopsis:
A corporate troubleshooter (Kate Mara) is sent to a remote, top-secret location, where she is to investigate and evaluate a terrifying accident. She learns the event was triggered by a seemingly innocent “human,” who presents a mystery of both infinite promise and incalculable danger.
With Luke Scott at the helm, Ridley Scott producing, and starring Kate Mara, Anya Taylor Joy, Rose Leslie, Toby Jones, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Paul Giamatti, Morgan is set to open on September 2nd, 2016.

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Founder of Oasis Awais, and avid lover of life, Awais Irfan's love of writing and film is unequivocal. Ever since he was a little kid, he has loved the cinematic experience; so much so, he is studying Film Production in Glasgow and hopes to be the next "big thing" in directing.

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