Lana and Andy Wachowski have kept their upcoming sci-fi epic "Jupiter Ascending" fairly top secret for the most part.
Other than the basic story that the "ruler of the universe" discovers she shares the same DNA as a lowly janitorial worker (Mila Kunis) whom she wants to eradicate, there's not much else known beyond the casting.
Out doing promotion for "White House Down," actor Channing Tatum talked with Collider about one of they key differences between this project and many other blockbusters these days - such as many of the fight scenes in "Man of Steel":
"It’s a tough shoot. We're doing stuff that’s never been done, inside the camera, in the CG world, and the physical stuff.
There’s very little, if not no, digital stuntmen in the movie. All the stuff is really real and it’s been hard figuring it out because they don’t like doing anything that’s been done before.
So we’re definitely doing some new stuff, so hopefully everybody likes it. And it’s fun, it’s got some cheek to it. It’s a cheeky movie a little bit."
Tatum also spoke a bit about what exactly his character is in the film:
"I’m a splice, splices are essentially built in a test tube. I’m a hybrid wolf and human. And half albino, so I’m a little defective."