Antoine Fuqua and Mark Wahlberg have reunited for the first time since 2007 on the new sci-fi film Infinite – an adaptation of D. Eric Maikranz's novel The Reincarnationist Papers .


Th film sees Wahlberg star as Evan McCauley, a man on the brink of a breakdown after being saddled with memories and abilities that he has no recollection of. His life changes when a mysterious group tells him they are memories he has accumulated from a series of past selves.

Originally filmed in 2019, it has been a long wait for Infinite to finally find itself in front of audiences thanks to the pandemic, with a theatrical run in the US having been cancelled in favour of an on-demand release on Paramount Plus.

We're still waiting on official release date info in the UK, but read on for everything else we know about the film.

Infinite release date

In the US, Infinite is now available to watch on streaming service Paramount Plus and cannot be seen in cinemas.

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It's still unclear when UK fans will be able to see the film – it had been pencilled in for release on 11th September, but that date appears to have since been withdrawn.

We'll keep this page updated as and when we get more release date info.

Infinite movie trailer

You can watch the official Infinite trailer, which gives you a glimpse of the show's mind-bending action sequences, below:

How to watch Infinite

Being able to watch Infinite completely depends on your location. American viewers will be able to access the film by subscribing to the Paramount Plus streaming service that is not yet available in the UK.

Infinite cast

Infinite movie

Leading the Infinite cast is pop star turned actor Mark Wahlberg who has had a very diverse career on screen. He has done action flicks such as Planet of the Apes, The Italian Job and two Transformers movies. He's appeared in comedic films like Ted, Instant Family and The Other Guys. And he has delivered big dramatic performances in Boogie Nights, The Departed and The Fighter.

Playing lead villain Bathurst is Oscar nominated Brit Chiwetel Ejiofor. Most recognisable for playing Doctor Strange’s mentor Karl Mordo in the MCU, Ejiofor has received acclaim for his performances in 12 Years a Slave, Dirty Pretty Things and American Gangster.

The main female role in the film has gone to Sophie Cookson who will play Nora Brightman. Cookson appeared as Roxy in the Kingsman film series and received acclaim for her lead performance in the miniseries The Trial of Christine Keeler.

Also appearing in the film are comic actor Jason Mantzoukas (Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Homeland star Rupert Friend, the versatile Toby Jones and Teen Wolf heartthrob Dylan O’Brien, while Silent Witness star Liz Carr, Victoria's Tom Hughes and Batwoman's Wallis Day round off the cast.


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