The 1989 film “The Abyss,” Oscar-winning for Best Visual Effects, is set to hit American theaters in December.
500 meters below the ocean surface lies an oil drilling station. It is recruited in the search for a sunken submarine. During the search for the sunken submarine, an accident occurs – and it turns out there is something else hidden in the depths of the sea… That is the plot of the 1989 film “The Abyss,” the movie James Cameron made between the more well-known “Aliens” and “Terminator 2.”
Many Cameron fans have been eagerly awaiting the chance to see or revisit “The Abyss,” which has been notoriously difficult to find in the streaming era. The director himself has been working in recent years to restore the film in 4K, and now it is finally time for the premiere.
A newly released trailer shows how the sci-fi adventure has become more stunning than ever, with improved picture and sound. Not only that, it is ready to make its appearance on the big screen.