‘Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy Xv’ Trailer: Lena Headey & Aaron Paul Star In Trippy CGI Video Game Adaptation

‘Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy Xv’ Trailer: Lena Headey & Aaron Paul Star In Trippy CGI Video Game Adaptation

Sony Pictures and Square Enix revealed the official E3 trailer for their upcoming CG video game adaptation, “Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy Xv.”

The action film has an incredible voice cast and stars Aaron Paul voicing the character of Nyx, Lena Headey as Luna, the princess who is entrusted to deliver a royal ring to Prince Noctis, and Sean Bean as Regis, the King of Lucis.

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Lucis is a magical kingdom and home to the scared crystal, which the evil empire Niflheim is determined to steal. When the enemy is on the hunt for the prized possession, King Regis commands an elite force of soldiers called the Kinsglaive to fight and protect it. But the enemy’s army is strong and to save his kingdom King Regis must decide if he is to accept an ultimatum: cede all lands outside the crown city, and see his son, Prince Noctis, wed to Lady Lunafreya, the former princess of Tenebrae now captive of Niflheim.

The film is directed by Takeshi Nozue and written by Takashi Hasegawa.

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This is the third film in the “Final Fantasy” franchise. The first was 2001’s “Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within” and the second “ Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children” came out in 2005.

Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy Xv” will be released in select theaters on August 19 and digitally worldwide before the video game launches on September 30.

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