Lily-Rose Depp kisses her co-star Tye Sheridan in first Voyagers teaser: ‘I’ll do anything you want’

Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis’ daughter Lily-Rose kissed her co-star Tye Sheridan in the first teaser for Lionsgate’s Voyagers, which hits US theaters April 9.

The 21-year-old two-time César Award nominee and the 24-year-old Independent Spirit Award winner portray astronauts Sela and Christopher Rebbs in the PG-13 sci-fi thriller.

‘I’ll do anything you want,’ Sela is heard saying in the preview.  

‘I’ll do anything you want’: Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis’ daughter Lily-Rose kissed her co-star Tye Sheridan in the first teaser for Lionsgate’s Voyagers, which hits US theaters April 9

'Increased pleasure': The 21-year-old two-time César Award nominee (L) and the 24-year-old Independent Spirit Award winner (R) portray astronauts Sela and Christopher Rebbs in the PG-13 sci-fi thriller

‘Increased pleasure’: The 21-year-old two-time César Award nominee (L) and the 24-year-old Independent Spirit Award winner (R) portray astronauts Sela and Christopher Rebbs in the PG-13 sci-fi thriller

In Voyagers, 30 young men and women, bred for intelligence and obedience, embark on an expedition to colonize a distant planet.

However, things get chaotic after the young astronauts decide to stop drinking a drug concoction called ‘The Blue’ which dulls their senses.

Voyagers director Neil Burger also happened to helm the 2011 thriller Limitless, which featured a knowledge-enhancing pill called NZT-48.

Soon enough the astronauts become ‘consumed by fear, lust, and the insatiable hunger for power.’  

'This is our future': In Voyagers, 30 young men and women, bred for intelligence and obedience, embark on an expedition to colonize a distant planet

‘This is our future’: In Voyagers, 30 young men and women, bred for intelligence and obedience, embark on an expedition to colonize a distant planet

'Don't drink it': However, things get chaotic after the young astronauts decide to stop drinking a drug concoction called 'The Blue' which dulls their senses

‘Don’t drink it’: However, things get chaotic after the young astronauts decide to stop drinking a drug concoction called ‘The Blue’ which dulls their senses

'It's all in your head': Voyagers director Neil Burger also happened to helm the 2011 thriller Limitless, which featured a knowledge-enhancing pill called NZT-48

‘It’s all in your head’: Voyagers director Neil Burger also happened to helm the 2011 thriller Limitless, which featured a knowledge-enhancing pill called NZT-48

'What does it feel like to feel something?' Soon enough the astronauts become 'consumed by fear, lust, and the insatiable hunger for power'

‘What does it feel like to feel something?’ Soon enough the astronauts become ‘consumed by fear, lust, and the insatiable hunger for power’

'Get ready to feel something': Voyagers' most rebellious antagonist appears to be Zac, played by Dunkirk alum Fionn Whitehead (L)

‘Get ready to feel something’: Voyagers’ most rebellious antagonist appears to be Zac, played by Dunkirk alum Fionn Whitehead (L)

In a gun-toting, primal sequence similar to The Lord of the Flies, Zac announces: 'Who cares about the rules? We can do what we want!'

In a gun-toting, primal sequence similar to The Lord of the Flies, Zac announces: ‘Who cares about the rules? We can do what we want!’

Voyagers’ most rebellious antagonist appears to be Zac, played by Dunkirk alum Fionn Whitehead.

‘Who cares about the rules? We can do what we want!’ Zac announces in a gun-toting, primal sequence similar to The Lord of the Flies.

At one point, Sela appears to be watching a monitor and asks: ‘Why have they all gone crazy?’ 

At one point, Sela appears to be watching a monitor and asks: 'Why have they all gone crazy?'

At one point, Sela appears to be watching a monitor and asks: ‘Why have they all gone crazy?’

'This is control': One can guess there won't be much from mission leader Richard Alling (Colin Farrell), who's absent for much of the hedonistic trailer

‘This is control’: One can guess there won’t be much from mission leader Richard Alling (Colin Farrell), who’s absent for much of the hedonistic trailer

Christopher  wonders whether 'this is our true nature'

Richard condescendingly replies: 'That's a profound thought'

When Christopher (R) wonders whether ‘this is our true nature,’ Richard (L) condescendingly replies: ‘That’s a profound thought’

'This will tear us apart': Voyagers - which wrapped production way back in August 2019 - was supposed to be released November 25, but it was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic

‘This will tear us apart’: Voyagers – which wrapped production way back in August 2019 – was supposed to be released November 25, but it was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic

Secret romance? While on the Bucharest set, Lily-Rose seemed to get especially close to her British castmate Archie Madekwe, who played the role of Kai

The acting pair appeared intimately close in two on-set snaps

Secret romance? While on the Bucharest set, Lily-Rose seemed to get especially close to her British castmate Archie Madekwe, who played the role of Kai (pictured in 2019)

One can guess there won’t be much from mission leader Richard Alling (Colin Farrell), who’s absent for much of the hedonistic trailer.

When Christopher wonders whether ‘this is our true nature,’ Richard condescendingly replies: ‘That’s a profound thought.’

Voyagers – which wrapped production way back in August 2019 – was supposed to be released November 25, but it was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.   

Released VOD this Friday! Speaking of drug-fueled flicks, Depp will next play Emmie Kahane opposite the disgraced Armie Hammer (R) in Nicholas Jarecki's opioid thriller Crisis (pictured in 2019)

Released VOD this Friday! Speaking of drug-fueled flicks, Depp will next play Emmie Kahane opposite the disgraced Armie Hammer (R) in Nicholas Jarecki’s opioid thriller Crisis (pictured in 2019)

While on the Bucharest set, Lily-Rose seemed to get especially close to her British castmate Archie Madekwe, who played the role of Kai.

Speaking of drug-fueled flicks, Depp will next play Emmie Kahane opposite the disgraced Armie Hammer in Nicholas Jarecki’s opioid thriller Crisis, which will be released VOD this Friday.

The flick formerly known as ‘Dreamland’ also stars Gary Oldman, Evangeline Lilly, Greg Kinnear, Michelle Rodriguez, and Kid Cudi.

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