The movie was scheduled to release in August 2020, but the makers delayed the release considering the pandemic.
Mark Wahlberg's latest movie, Infinite, touted to be a reincarnation-action film was introduced to audiences worldwide with a trailer on May 28. Infinite was scheduled to release in August 2020, but the makers had to delay the release considering the pandemic. Now, the release date for Infinite has been confirmed - the Mark Wahlberg starrer will now release on June 10. The filmmakers have opted for a direct-to-digital release on Paramount plus, Paramount’s OTT platform. Infinite will still have a theatrical release in the UK, apparently in September this year.
Infinite has been helmed by Antoine Fuqua and the film is said to be loosely based on D. Eric Maikranz's novel The Reincarnationist Papers. Apart from Wahlberg, the sci-fi action film also stars Chiwetel Ejiofor, Sophie Cookson, Liz Carr, Toby Jones and Dylan O'Brien.
The screenplay was adapted by Ian Shorr and Todd Stein from the Maikranz novel. Infinite’s plot revolves around Wahlberg’s character Evan McCauley, who is haunted with skills he never learned and memories of places he never visited. Evan McCauley is self-medicated and now, he is on the brink of a mental breakdown, but he is sought by a secret group that call themselves the ‘Infinites’. They reveal to him that his memories may be real—but not from this life, as they are from multiple past lives. Fighting with the secrets buried in his past, he must work with the secret group- Infinites to unlock the answers that are hidden in his memories in a race against time to save humanity from one of the ex members of Infinite who seeks to end all life to stop what he views as the cursed, endless cycle of reincarnation.