"Bright" is a 2017 American urban fantasy action film directed by David Ayer.
The starring cast includes Will Smith, Joel Edgerton, Noomi Rapace, Lucy Fry, Ike Barinholtz, Happy Anderson, Dawn Olivieri, Matt Gerald, Margaret Cho, Brad William Henke and others.

Here are "Bright" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Bright movie?

Netflix on Wednesday, October 25, 2017 released the trailer for "Bright" you can watch here:
Bright | Official Trailer 2 | Written by MAX LANDIS Directed by DAVID AYER | Netflix.

Plot summary

What is Bright movie plot?

Here is a short review of "Bright" movie plot summary.

Humans coexist with other sentient races, notably orcs and elves. While Magic is known to be real, its practice is illegal. Rare magical artifacts known as magic wands exist, but only a very few individuals called "Brights" can wield them without dying. In Los Angeles, veteran LAPD officer Daryl Ward (Will Smith) has been involuntarily partnered with Nick Jakoby (Joel Edgerton), the nation's first orc police officer, equally detested by his brother officers for his race and other orcs for being a policeman. Ward's relationship with Jakoby has been awkward since Ward was wounded by an orc armed robber that Jakoby failed to apprehend and the LAPD's Internal Affairs division suspects Jakoby let the robber escape on purpose.
One night, Ward and Jakoby respond to a disturbance at what turns out to be a safe house for the "Shield of Light", an extremist group that prophesies the return of the "Dark Lord", a semi-mythical figure from thousands of years ago who was defeated by a combined army of eight races (orcs having supported and been defeated with him). Inside, Ward and Jakoby apprehend the lone survivor, an elf girl named Tikka (Lucy Fry) in possession of a wand.
Ward calls for backup but, the moment the four arriving officers see the wand, they try to coerce Ward into killing Jakoby and letting them steal the wand for themselves, reminding Ward that Jakoby has already betrayed him by letting the robber escape.
Ward goes outside and demands the truth about the robber. Jakoby explains that the first orc escaped from him and Jakoby mistakenly apprehended a second, younger one (realizing from his scent that he was not Ward's shooter), then helped him escape from the arriving backup officers, knowing that they would probably gun the kid down on the spot without asking questions.


Who plays who in the Bright movie?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Bright" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Will Smith  as Daryl Ward a human LAPD officer
Joel Edgerton  as Nick Jakoby the nation's first orc police officer
Noomi Rapace  as Leilah an Inferni elf seeking control of the magic wand
Lucy Fry  as Tikka a young Inferni elf
Ike Barinholtz  as Pollard a corrupt human LAPD officer
Happy Anderson  as Hildebrandt Ulysses Montehugh a human federal agent
Dawn Olivieri  as Sherri Ward Daryl's human wife and Sophia's mother
Matt Gerald  as Hicks a corrupt human LAPD officer
Margaret Cho  as Ching a corrupt human LAPD sergeant
Brad William Henke  as Dorghu the imposing leader of the Fogteeth Orcs gang
Veronica Ngo  as Tien an Inferni elf enforcer working for Leilah
Jay Hernandez  as Rodriguez a human LASD deputy
Alex Meraz  as Serafin an Inferni elf enforcer working for Leilah
Joseph Piccuirro  as Brown a corrupt human LAPD officer
Enrique Murciano  as Poison the crippled leader of the human Altamira gang
Édgar Ramírez  as Kandomere a high ranking elvish federal agent with the US Department of Magic's Magic Task Force
Nadia Gray  as Larika an Inferni elf enforcer working for Leilah
Scarlet Spencer  as Sophia Ward Daryl and Sherri's human daughter
Andrea Navedo  as Perez a human LAPD captain and Ward's superior
Kenneth Choi  as Yamahara a human LAPD internal affairs detective
Bobby Naderi  as Arkashian a human LAPD internal affairs detective
Chris Browning  as Serling a human questioned by the US Department of Magic's Task Force
Joe Rogan  as himself
Carlos Linares  as Old Man
Bunnie Rivera  as Old Woman
Bailey Edwards  as MTF Elf Agent
Rosemary Stevens  as Sherri's Mom / Orc Woman #4
Greg Joung Paik  as Gas Station Clerk
Cle Sloan  as OG Mike (as Cle 'Bone' Sloan)
Roberts Jekabsons  as Morton (as Robert Jekabson)
Laura Vallejo  as Ortiz
Brandon Larracuente  as Mike (Dorghu's Son)
Derek Graf  as Smiley
John Duff  as Special D
Jamal Duff  as Junior
Craig Henningsen  as Sharps
Aaron V. Williamson  as Orc 'GQ'
Tim Sitarz  as Non-Stop
Luis Moncada  as Casper
Jos Viramontes  as Mayor Mike Contreras
Aileen Burdock  as Orc Housewife
Briana Henry  as Orc Hottie at Party
Lesley Shires  as Orc Woman #3
René Mena  as Latino Father
Chelsea Rendon  as Angie
Daryn D. Dupree  as NAT Serco Guard #1
Blue Mesquita  as NAT Serco Guard #2
Natalie Camunas  as Vice Hall Vendor
Regan DuCasse  as Old Woman Orc (as Regan Talley)
Gabriel Ortega  as Vice Hall Pimp
Roberto Garcia  as Criminal
Kevin Vance  as MTF Agent Gordon
Ignacio Rodriguera  as Orc Band
Eugene Villanueva  as Orc Band
Adan Mendoza Jr.  as Orc Band
Hector Chavez  as Orc Band
Raul Cuellar  as Orc Band
Gabriel Lopez  as Baseball Bat Gangster
Keenen Bray  as Hispanic Gangster
Diane Boose  as Dispatcher

Release date

When is Bright movie release date?

"Bright" movie release date was scheduled to be on December 13, 2017 (Regency Village Theater) and on December 22, 2017 (United States) distributing by Netflix.


What are Bright filming details?

The duration of the film is 118 minutes. The film's budget is $90 - 106.2 million.


What are critics and audiences saying about Bright movie?

"Bright" movie got average rating from critics. IMDB rating is 6.3/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 27/100.

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