It’s Summer Camp Kids vs. Aliens In ‘Rim Of The World’ Trailer

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May 7, 2019

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The Netflix original movie entitled Rim of the World feels like a cross between Stranger Things and Attack the Block. We have four misfits at summer camp who have to deal with a daunting alien invasion. They’re endowed with a magical key to stop the chaos, but without any adults or electronics, can they manage to save the world?

Directed by McG, who took the reins for Terminator Salvation and Charlie’s Angels, this will definitely be a popcorn flick with comedic vibes and outlandish action. The film is written by Zach Stentz who is known for penning the scripts for Thor and X-Men: First Class. Although it doesn’t have any big names attached, it does star a cast of charismatic young actors looking to break into the spotlight, including Jack Gore, Benjamin Flores Jr., Miya Cech, and Andrew Bachelor. If you’re looking for a film to help hold you over until Stranger Things Season 3 drops in July, this flick should do the trick.

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