The Fallout trailer teases HBO Max’s school shooting after drama

WB releases the trailer for HBO Max’s The Fallout, starring Jenna Ortega and Maddie Ziegler, exploring the consequences of a school shooting.

Another new trailer Fallen teasing writer-director Megan Park’s debut as a director to be streamed on HBO Max from January 27th. Park, best known for his role on ABC Family’s The Secret Life of the American Teenager as Grace Bowman, directed the film from its own script. Fallen stars Jenna Ortega and Maddie Ziegler, who recently starred in Scream (2022) and West Side Story (2021), respectively.

Now Warner Bros. has Pictures released the new trailer for Fallen. The trailer depicts an unexpected bond formed between Vada (Ortega) and Mia (Ziegler) in the wake of a school shooting that takes place while both characters hide in a toilet. Although the characters are not friends by FallenWith its beginning, Vada seeks out Mia’s company in the aftermath of the traumatic event. The events that follow put both teenagers on a new path as Vada reconsiders her relationship with her family, friends and the world around her. Watch the trailer below:

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In a press release, Warner Bros. described Fallen as “a compelling exploration of life’s inexplicable resilience and the hope that arises from loss;.” The movie won the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award for Narrative Feature at the 2021 South by Southwest Film Festival, and Park’s screenplay won the festival’s Brightcove Illumination Award. In addition to Ortega and Ziegler, the film also stars Niles Fitch and Will Ropp, starring John Ortiz, Julie Bowen and Shailene Woodley, who appear to portray Vada’s therapist. Finnea’s O’Connell, who collaborated with his sister Billie Eilish on No time to die theme, composed the film’s original score. Fallen‘s The soundtrack also features an original song written and performed by Maisy and Lennon Stella.


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