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'After Earth' Trailer: A Tale Of Two Smiths

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[url="http://www.mtv.com/movies/person/449016/personmain.jhtml"]Jaden Smith[/url] has taken on the mantle of a full-blown action star in the latest trailer for director [url="http://www.mtv.com/movies/person/197557/personmain.jhtml"]M. Night Shymalan[/url]'s newest film "[url="http://www.mtv.com/movies/movie/475209/moviemain.jhtml"]After Earth[/url]." The young star will once again teaming up with dear old dad, Will, when "After Earth" hits theaters on June 7.

The sci-fi action movie tells the story of a father and a son, Cypher (Will) and Kitai Raige (Jaden), who crash land on Earth a millennia after the rest of humanity has evacuated it.

Check out the trailer after the jump!

"After Earth" marks the younger Smith's first movie since 2010's "Karate Kid" was a surprise hit at the box office, totaling $176.5 million worldwide. You'll no doubt notice that Smith has gone through — let's say — some changes in the intervening years and is beginning to take on the look of a leading man with an uncanny resemblance to his father. This film will be Smith's first attempt at headlining a summer tentpole film.

Director M. Night Shyamalan is coming off a break that last just as long, and he arguably has the most to lose or gain with "After Earth." Though his previous film, "The Last Airbender," took in $131.7 million worldwide, his critical reputation and recent domestic grosses have suffered greatly.

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