Edge of Tomorrow is an American science fiction action film. Doug Liman is the director of the movie. Edge of Tomorrow premiered on June 6, 2014. The movie is the adaptation of a Japanese novel, All You Need Is Kill by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. Edge of Tomorrow received positive reviews from the critics. The movie got praised for the CGI effects and the design of the set. The critics and fans also liked the direction and the plot of the film. It scored 91% on Rotten Tomatoes.
It has been 6 years since the movie came out. Since then, there have been no updates regarding the sequel of the movie. In this article, we will update you with the recent updates of the sequel of ‘ Edge of Tomorrow’.
Edge of Tomorrow Plot:
The plot of the film revolves in the future. The aliens have dominated the earth and are killing everyone. The United Defense Force (UDF) gets set up to fight these aliens. In France, UDF successfully defeats the aliens. The United Defense Force now plans to invade France. Major William Cage, belongs to the media relations department. He visits one of UDF’s barracks to cover the issue. William blames General Brigham for the invasion. Brigham arrests William and demotes him to the Private rank.
William now belongs to the misfit J-Squad. The squad gets on the battlefield to fight the aliens. J-Squad gets swiped up by the aliens. William uses a mine to kill one of the aliens. The blue blood of the alien absorbs Williams. He once again wakes up in the same airport from which his journey started. The events occur in the same manner. William gets stuck in an infinite loop of dying and waking up at the airport. He needs to find the mind of the aliens to destroy all of the aliens and also to break his chain.
Edge of Tomorrow 2:
In 2018, the writer of the movie confirmed that the team is working on the second part of the film. Since then, there is no update on the release of the sequel of the film. However, we can expect the film to release in 2021.
Edge of Tomorrow Cast:
- Tom Cruise as Major William Cage
- Emily Blunt as Sergeant Rita Vrataski
- Bill Paxton as Master Sergeant Farell
- Brendan Gleeson as General Brigham
- Noah Taylor as Dr. Noah Carter
- Jonas Armstrong as Skinner
- Tony Way as Kimmel
- Kick Gurry as Griff
- Charlotte Riley as Nance
- Franz Drameh as Ford
- Dragomir Mrsic as Kuntz
- Masayoshi Haneda as Takeda
- Madeleine Mantock as Corporal Julie Montgomery
- Jeremy Piven as Colonel Walter Marx