In the movie, the action takes place thousands of years after civilization was destroyed by a cataclysmic event called the Sixty Minute War.
Across two days and seven soundstages, I saw the interiors and exteriors of London, now a traction city, meaning it travels around Mortal Engine's post-post-apocalyptic world on wheels, devouring other cities for resources.
Obviously, it's impossible to determine from just the first Mortal Engines trailer if the final product is worthwhile, but judging from the rote bit of story on display here, it's not looking good. Now enormous cities roam the world, preying on smaller towns.
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There's a museum apprentice Tom Natsworthy (Robert Steehan) from London who needs to protect himself from a tough assassin Hester Shaw (Hera Hilmar) who avenges the death of her mother. Rivers began working as a storyboard artist on Jackson's Braindead and continued to work on visual effects and second unit directing on the LOTR trilogy, The Hobbit movies, and King Kong.
Christian Rivers' Mortal Engines stars Robert Sheehan, Hera Hilmar, Hugo Weaving, Jihae, Leila George, Ronan Raftery, Stephen Lang, Joel Tobeck, Frankie Adams, Colin Salmon, Caren Pistorius, Patrick Malahide, Ronan Raftery, Andrew Lees, Mark Mitchinson, and Sarah Peirse. Ken Kamins joins Boyens as an executive producer.