Synchronic is a 2019 science-fiction movie; starring Anthony Mackie (Captain America: Civil War) and Jamie Dornan (Fifty Shades of Grey).
The film is directed by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead.
Steve (Anthony Mackie) and Dennis (Jamie Dornan) are both portraying Paramedics in New Orleans.
Both characters are dispatched to multiple scenes, where people have overdosed, as well as suffering from injuries. Dennis’ daughter has also vanished during this situation.
This is no ordinary incident; as these victims appear to have sustained mysterious wounds by objects, not from this time.
Mackie’s character suspects that a designer drug called ‘Synchronic’; is at least to blame for the overdose, although he’s not prepared for what’s to come next.
As Steve begins to take Synchronic, he finds himself time-slipping and after a series of attempts, he soon realizes that, depending on where he is standing, this leads to a different point in time, like gateways.
The side-effects of this designer drug affects the pineal gland, that gives Steve an opportunity to look for Dennis’ missing daughter throughout time, while also trying to escape threats from the past.
Synchronic official trailer
Where can I watch Synchronic online?
The film is currently on Netflix, Prime Video, Google Play Movies & TV, and various other sites, in the UK.
Loki Season 2
Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead are both directing the second season of Marvel Studios Loki.
While the concept in Synchronic is not actually called Time-Slipping, it’s very similar and considering their work in this film, this now makes more sense why they are both the perfect fit, for dealing with what’s happening in this upcoming Marvel series.
In the trailer for Season 2, Loki (Tom Hiddleston) is voilently time-slipping to different points in the past and present.
Currently, Loki has no knowlegdge about who or what is causing this and can’t seem to control it either. Although, Mobius (Owen Wilson) and Ouroboros (Ke Huy Quan) are trying to help.
The second season will also involve more about Kang’s manipulation throughout time. The aftermath from the actions of Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino), since having a part in breaking the multiverse.
When is Loki season 2 releasing?
Loki season 2 premieres October 5, 2023, on Disney+.
See the official season 2 trailer here:
The trailer has been seen by 14.6 million people on the official Marvel Entertainment YouTube channel.