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Alexander Skarsgård and Paul Rudd are future foes in Mute trailer

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Trailers for Paul Rudd-starring science fiction films really are like buses — presumably driverless flying buses with an onboard robot masseuse. Regardless, the point is, you wait ages for one to arrive and then two come along at once.

Earlier today, Marvel dropped the trailer for Ant-Man and the Wasp and now Netflix has released a promo clip for Mute, the latest film from Moon, Source Code, and Warcraft director Duncan Jones. Set in a near-future Berlin, the film stars Alexander Skarsgård as a mute barman called Leo who is desperate to find his missing girlfriend while Rudd and The Leftovers actor Justin Theroux play a pair of irreverent U.S. army surgeons named Cactus Bill and Duck. 

Mute also stars Seyneb Saleh, Gilbert Owuor, Ulf Herman, Daniel Fathers, and former Doctor Who regular-turned filmmaker Noel Clarke, among others.

The film premieres on Netflix on Feb. 23. Watch the — expletive-featuring — trailer for Mute, above.

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