The revolution will not be televised — it’ll be on movie screens. At least that’s the semi-premise at work in the new film House of Tomorrow, starring Asa Butterfield, Alex Wolff, Ellen Burstyn, and Nick Offerman.
Based on Peter Bognanni’s best-selling novel of the same name, The House of Tomorrow follows Sebastian Prendergast (Asa Butterfield), a teenage boy who lives a sheltered life inside a geodesic dome under the overprotective eye of his grandmother (Ellen Burstyn). When he befriends a rebellious teenager with heart trouble (Alex Wolff), Sebastian joins a punk band to escape his oppressive upbringing and the legacy of renowned futurist Buckminster Fuller.
Released by Shout! Studios, the trailer offers a glimpse at the emotional coming-of-age drama.
The House of Tomorrow hits theaters April 27.