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'Jupiter Ascending': New Trailer Unveils Amazing Sci-Fi World (Video)

'Jupiter Ascending' Stars Channing Tatum
Channing Tatum stars in 'Jupiter Ascending' movie. (Image credit: Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.)

A new trailer for the movie "Jupiter Ascending" reveals an incredible space age science fiction universe. The trailer features crazy looking spacecraft, beautiful shots of Jupiter and a destroyed world with rings of debris orbiting it.

"Jupiter Ascending" — written and directed by Andy and Lana Wachowski — follows the life of Jupiter Jones (played by Mila Kunis) as she discovers her role in the cosmos. Jupiter is actually cosmic royalty and the next in line for a celestial inheritance, but on Earth, she is a toilet cleaner without much luck. "Your Earth is a very small part of a very large industry," one of the characters told Jupiter in the trailer. Watch the trailer in the window below. "Jupiter Ascending" is set for release in July. [8 Science Fiction Movies to Watch in 2014]

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Miriam Kramer
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Miriam Kramer joined as a Staff Writer in December 2012. Since then, she has floated in weightlessness on a zero-gravity flight, felt the pull of 4-Gs in a trainer aircraft and watched rockets soar into space from Florida and Virginia. She also served as's lead space entertainment reporter, and enjoys all aspects of space news, astronomy and commercial spaceflight.  Miriam has also presented space stories during live interviews with Fox News and other TV and radio outlets. She originally hails from Knoxville, Tennessee where she and her family would take trips to dark spots on the outskirts of town to watch meteor showers every year. She loves to travel and one day hopes to see the northern lights in person. Miriam is currently a space reporter with Axios, writing the Axios Space newsletter. You can follow Miriam on Twitter.