What is The Mandela Effect? Some believe it is a real-world phenomenon that many can't explain, while others simply call it misremembered facts. But how can so many people remember the same exact thing worng, or that never happened? That's the idea behind the new thriller The Mandela Effect, which explores this so-called conspiracy against the backdrop of a family man who has recently lost his child.
As we can see in this latest trailer for The Mandela Effect, one man's daughter seems trapped between parallel universes. In this reality she has died, but in a different plain of existence, she has survived. Or has she? It's possible that her dad is just going mad, his insanity fueled by the loss of his loved one. Grief can push some people over the edge.
In the first trailer for The Mandela Effect, we witnessed the start of madness. Now, we see how far one man's mind is pushed in the latest theatrical trailer for this unique and brain-twisting thriller. Is it all real? Are we living in the Matrix? What is really going on? Has Cern fired up the Hadron Collider yet again to mess with all of our realities? Does this movie trailer even really exist?
In The Mandela Effect, a man becomes obsessed with facts and events that have been collectively misremembered by thousands of people. Believing the phenomena to be the symptom of something larger, his obsession eventually leads him to question reality itself.
David Guy Levy wrote and directed the Mandela Effect, using real life instances of the phenomenon pulled from the deep recesses of the Internet to fold together the story of one man on the brink of losing it all. The film features a performance from Robin Lord Taylor, which has genre fans pretty excited. He is best known for his role as Penguin on Fox's Gotham, which concluded its run last year. He also appeared in You, Would You Rather.
The rest of the cast is rounded up by Charlie Hofheimer (Escape at Dannemora, Would You Rather) in the lead role, attempting to come to terms with his grief and his daughter's death. Aleksa Palladino (The Irishman, The Loudest Voice), Robin Lord Taylor (Gotham, You, Would You Rather), Madeleine McGraw (Toy Story 4, Ant-Man and the Wasp) and Clarke Peters (His Dark Materials, The Wire).
Many believe another recent universe alternating shift has occurred in the past few weeks, with The Mandela Effect phenomena rearing its ugly head again. So look for anything out of the ordinary. Like Razzle Dazzle camouflage or Ed McMahon no longer ever having been the Publisher's Sweepstakes salesman. My dad is suddenly wearing Doc Martin boots, so anything is possible. You can also check out the new poster for The Mandela Effect, which comes to us from Doomed Planet.