Meg 2: The Trench is currently available for rent on Prime Video.
After being available for rent for a few months, Meg 2: The Trench will premiere on JioCinema for subscribers. Yes, the film starring Jason Statham and Wu Jing in the lead roles will release on the OTT platform on January 3, 2024. The film, which had its theatrical release in 2023, explores the absolutely gigantic thrill trip that upscales the 2018 hit and amps up the action with a plethora of gigantic Megs and more. The two lead actors take a research team on a risky expedition to the ocean's darkest depths.
Anarchy in the ocean depths
In the film, when a sinister mining operation endangers their purpose and throws them into a high-stakes struggle for survival, their journey devolves into anarchy. In a heart-pounding race against the clock, the heroes face off against gigantic Megs and relentless environmental looters. The heroes immerse themselves in the world of Meg 2: The Trench, where they must outsmart, outswim, and outrun their vicious enemies, experiencing exhilaration that surpasses even the depths of the ocean.
Check out the trailer below
Behind the scenes
Joining Statham and Jing in the ensemble cast of Meg 2: The Trench are Sophia Cai, Page Kennedy, Sergio Peris-Mencheta, Skyler Samuels, Sienna Guillory, and Cliff Curtis. The film is produced by Warner Bros. Pictures and CMC Pictures.
Jon Hoeber, Erich Hoeber, and Dean Georgaris wrote the script for Meg 2: The Trench. Ben Wheatley is directing the film, which is based on Steve Alten's novel The Trench. In addition to Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Belle Avery on the production team, the film's executive producers include Jason Statham, Cate Adams, Ruigang Li, Wu Jing, E. Bennett Walsh, Erik Howsam, Randy Greenberg, and Gerald R. Molen.
Editor Jonathan Amos, production designer Chris Lowe, and director of photography Haris Zambarloukous are all working alongside director Brett Wheatley behind the camera. Lindsay Pugh is the costume designer, and Pete Bebb is the supervisor of visual effects. Harry Gregson-Williams composed the music.