The Bad Batch Trailer Features Keanu Reeves And Jason Momoa In A Desert Wasteland

The Batch Batch features dystopian desert communities, raves hosted by Keanu Reeves and a shirtless Jason Momoa—making it one of the most original and genre-bending films of the year.

The Bad Batch is set in a post-apocalyptic desert community in the United States. Those who are not deemed fit enough to remain in civilized society are left to fend for themselves in an arid wasteland. The film follows Arlen, who has just been left in the desert and now must adjust to life in the “the bad batch” while being stalked by cannibals.

The Bad Batch stars model Suki Waterhouse as Arlen alongside Jason Momoa, Giovanni Ribisi, Keanu Reeves, Diego Luna and Jim Carrey. Check out the first trailer for the dystopian desert flick below.

The film is directed by Ana Lily Amirpour, who’s best known for her 2014 Iranian vampire thriller A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night. Critics praised The Bad Batch when it premiered at TIFF last fall for its stylized appearance, dramatic mood and killer soundtrack. It looks like Amirpour is once again embracing her unique artistic style with her latest film, this time adding a few more stars to the acting roster.

The Bad Batch is set to be released June 23, 2017.