2020, Hollywood Movies

UNDERWATER (2019) Kristen Stewart, Sci-Fi Movie

Underwater 2020’s American Science Fiction Horror Film. Underwater movies were written by Brian Duffield and Adam Cozad and directed by William Eubank. The film is produced by Chernin Entertainment and stars Kristen Stewart, Vincent Cassel, John Gallagher Jr., Jessica Henwick, Mamoudou Athie and T.J. Miller Follow a group of scientists at the bottom of the ocean who meet a group of creatures after a mysterious tremor destroys their laboratory.
Underwater was released in the United States on January 10, 2020, by Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures. He received mixed reviews from critics and raised $ 14 million worldwide.

Underwater | Official Trailer [HD] | 20th Century FOX

Cast Of Underwater

  • Kristen Stewart as Norah Price
  • T.J. Miller as Paul Abel
  • Gunner Wright as Lee Miller
  • Jessica Henwick as Emily Haversham
  • Mamoudou Athie as Rodrigo Nagenda
  • Vincent Cassel as Captain Lucien
  • John Gallagher Jr. as Liam Smith


  • Directed by 
    William Eubank
  • Produced by 
    Jenno Topping
    Tonia Davis
    Peter Chernin
  • Written by
    Adam Cozad
    Brian Duffield
  • Starring 
    Kristen Stewart
    T.J. Miller
    Vincent Cassel
    John Gallagher Jr.
    Mamoudou Athie
    Jessica Henwick
  • Music by 
    Brandon Roberts
    Marco Beltrami
  • Edited by 
    William Hoy
    Brian Berdan
    Todd E. Miller

Plot Of Underwater

Tian Industries intends to drill seven miles to the bottom of the Mariana Trench for resources. A large earthquake strikes and a section of the Kepler 822 station begins to suffer a catastrophic pressure gap. Norah Price, a mechanical engineer, and Rodrigo can escape the area and close it, temporarily preventing further damage to the Kepler. They rescue Paul as they head to the bay of the escape pod. However, all three discover that all escape capsules have already been deployed, and Captain Lucien is the only person in the area when all three arrive.

The surviving crew arrives at a control base and finds biologist Emily Haversham and engineer Liam Smith, who are unsuccessful in their attempts to make contact with the surface. Lucien recommends that they put on pressurized suits and walk a mile across the ocean floor to Roebuck 641. They begin to leave the station to a freight elevator, but Rodrigo’s helmet is defective and is broken by pressure, killing him Instantly. The surviving crew sees a relief lighthouse from one of the escape pods below, and Smith and Paul go out to investigate. When Smith and Paul arrive at the site, the capsule has opened and a body lies in the rubble. Paul inspects the body, only for a creature that hatches out of it and attacks it. Smith can shoot and kill him with a bolt gun, and they bring him inside. When studying the creature’s body, Haversham realizes that it is part of a previously undiscovered species. The five begin to head towards Roebuck station, but as they walk, the Kepler explodes and causes the debris to fly towards them. Smith is hit by the rubble, but Price and Lucien manage to save him and take him inside. They can reach the meeting point station by taking an access tunnel, which allows them to load and clean their suits, but they discover that Smith’s source of oxygen is badly damaged by debris. While they cross the access tunnel, Paul is attacked by an unknown creature and dragged underwater before being ripped from his suit and killed.
Before leaving the access tunnel, the team discovers that Smith’s damaged oxygen capsule will cause him to breathe the toxic fumes of the explosion. Not willing to leave another crew member behind, Price, Lucien and Haversham agree to help him walk, dragging him if necessary. The remaining four crew members go ahead and begin to walk along the ocean floor, but a humanoid creature appears that drags Smith into a cave. Lucien manages to get Smith out but then tries to go through Smith’s bolt gun, which gives the creature a chance to drag Lucien through the water and away from the other three. Price is dragged along with Lucien, but when the creature begins to ascend, Lucien sacrifices himself so that Price can escape the increasing change in pressure. Price ends up at the abandoned Sheppard station and discovers that Lucien has worked there before, which makes it doubt that Lucien knows exactly what these animals are and their participation in the drilling stations. Price tries to contact Smith and Haversham, but it was in vain. Then he gets a new pressurized suit and leaves the Shepard, continuing towards Roebuck. Walking along the ocean floor, Price meets Haversham, dragging Smith to Roebuck station, and proceeds to help. When they enter the station, they notice that there is a nest of humanoid creatures hanging from the ceiling and try to slip away, but Haversham’s suit, low in oxygen, begins to make noise, which causes one of them to wake up and attack Price. Price is partially swallowed by one of the creatures but can kill him and free himself. Before more creatures can attack, a huge creature reveals itself and causes an explosion. Haversham rescues Price and they continue on their way to Roebuck.

All three can reach the bay of the escape pod, but Price discovers that only two work, with a damaged and unusable third. Price and Haversham get Smith to be in one of the capsules, but he’s still alive, and Price finally convinces Haversham to take the last one. While this is happening, the gigantic alpha creature, which supposedly attacked and destroyed its platform before, emerges from around the Roebuck surrounded by even more humanoid creatures. The creatures begin to follow the two escape capsules, while the alpha begins to attack the Roebuck. Price, knowing that he is going to die, increases the energy levels of the central engines to explode, killing the creatures and allowing the escape capsules to reach the surface. The film ends with images of newspaper articles representing Tian Industries and its attempts to cover up the incident, which includes keeping Haversham and Smith’s testimonies classified. The company continues to say that they intend to expand their drilling efforts.


On February 22, 2017, it was announced that Kristen Stewart would star in Underwater, a film directed by William Eubank from a script by Brian Duffield. It was revealed that the main production would begin next month. On March 7, 2017, T.J. Miller and Jessica Henwick joined the cast. It was also confirmed that the main production would begin later that month in New Orleans.

On April 5, 2017, during the main production, Vincent Cassel and Mamoudou Athie joined the cast. The next day, John Gallagher Jr. joined the cast. In May 2017, after the end of the film’s main production, it was revealed that Gunner Wright completed the film’s cast.


The film was released in the USA on January 10, 2020.


Box office:

As of January 12, 2020, Underwater has raised $ 7 million in the United States and Canada, and $ 7.1 million in other territories, for a world total of $ 14.1 million.

In the United States and Canada, Underwater launched with Like a Boss and the Just Mercy and 1917 expansions and is projected to raise around $ 8 million in its first weekend. The film earned $ 2.7 million on its first day, including $ 500,000 of Thursday night’s advances. He then debuted with $ 7 million, finishing seventh at the box office.

Critical response:

On the Rotten Tomatoes review aggregator website, the film has a 53% approval rating based on 106 reviews, with an average rating of 5.16 / 10. The site’s critical consensus says: “The strong cast and elegant direction Underwater are not enough to distract the strong feeling of déjà vu caused by the story derived from this claustrophobic thriller. ” The average metacritical score is 49/100 based on 35 comments, which means “diverse or average comments.”The movie was rated an average by CinemaScore audiences film an average rating “C” on a scale of A + to F, and PostTrak reported that it received an average of 2 out of 5 stars, and 35% of people said they definitely would recommend.


Directed byWilliam Eubank
Produced byPeter Chernin, Tonia Davis, Jenno Topping
Written byBrian Duffield, Adam Cozad
StarringKristen Stewart, Vincent Cassel, Jessica Henwick, John Gallagher Jr.Mamoudou Athie, T.J. Miller
Music byMarco Beltrami, Brandon Roberts
CinematographyBojan Bazelli
Edited byTodd E. Miller, Brian Berdan, William Hoy
TSG Entertainment, Chernin Entertainment
Distributed by20th Century Fox
Release dateJanuary 10, 2020 (United States)
Running time95 minutes
CountryUnited States
Budget$50–80 million
Box office$40.9 million