This summertime, magic waits for under the sea. But instead of the captivating vocals of Ariel, we will rather hear the horrified screams of The Meg’s most current victims in the extremely expected sci-fi action getaway, Meg 2: The Trench. The most current TV spot for Meg 2: The Trench takes aim at The Little Mermaid, drawing an entertaining contrast in between the 2 and hence making Jason Statham the current Disney princess. Check out the new TV spot for Meg 2: The Trench below thanks to The Meg 2 Twitter account

They’re back for seconds in Meg 2: The Trench, an actually epic excitement trip that supersizes the 2018 smash hit and takes the action to greater heights and even higher depths with several enormous Megs and oh a lot more. Dive into uncharted waters as soon as again with action motion picture star Jason Statham and international action icon Wu Jing as they lead a bold research study group on an exploratory dive into the inmost depths of the ocean.

Their trip spirals into mayhem when a malicious mining operation threatens their objective and requires them into a high-stakes fight for survival. Pitted versus enormous Megs and unrelenting ecological plunderers, our heroes should outrun, outmaneuver, and outswim their unflinching predators in a pulse-pounding race versus time.

Directed by Ben Wheatley (In the Earth, Free Fire), from a movie script by Jon Hoeber & Erich Hoeber (The Meg, Transformers: Rise of the Beasts) and Dean Georgaris (The Meg, Lara Croft: Toom Raider – The Cradle of Life), and based upon the unique The Trench by Steve Alten, Statham and Jing lead an ensemble cast that likewise consists of Sophia Cai (The Meg), Page Kennedy (The Meg), Sergio Peris-Mencheta (Rambo: Last Blood), Skyler Samuels (The Gifted), and Cliff Curtis (Avatar: The Way of Water).

Meg 2: The Trench Promises Insanely Large-Scale Action

Still from Meg 2 The Trench

Unlike its fellow undersea tale The Little Mermaid, which is most likely to be a child-friendly, romantic affair (unless naturally Disney has some significant surprises in shop), Meg 2: The Trench director Ben Wheatley has actually assured a legendary action extravaganza. “But it’s an opportunity to do action on such an insanely large scale, that it’s just unbelievable,” the filmmaker stated of the follow up. “From doing Free Fire, which was, I thought, was all my Christmases came at once in terms of action, this is just unbelievable. And just doing the storyboards for it, just thinking and going, ‘Oh,’ it’s just … I feel a heavy responsibility for it, to make sure that it kind of delivers on all the, to all the big shark fans out there.”

Meg 2: The Trench is arranged to be launched in the United States on August 4, 2023, by Warner Bros. Pictures.

As for The Little Mermaid, and for that crossover of fans who want to see both Meg 2: The Trench and The Little Mermaid in theaters, the Disney live action remake will retell the cherished story of Ariel (Halle Bailey), a gorgeous and perky young mermaid with a thirst for experience. Falling for the dashing Prince Eric, Ariel negotiates with the wicked sea witch, Ursula, and is offered the possibility to experience life on land however eventually puts her life in jeopardy. The Little Mermaid is arranged to be launched theatrically in the United States on May 26, 2023.