EXCLUSIVE: Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum discuss new sci-fi film Jupiter Ascending

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Eddie Redmayne and Channing Tatum will attend the upcoming Oscars with their nominated films, both of which are deeply moving adaptations of true events. But before then, the pair will be seen in a widely different film - Jupiter Ascending, an epic science fiction adventure, directed by acclaimed directors The Wachowskis.

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In this exclusive featurette only on HELLO! Online, take a peek in to the universe of Jupiter Ascending, which Eddie, Channing, and co-star Mila Kunis talk us through.

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Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis star in Jupiter Ascending

"The Wachowskis have created this world in which in space you have these great dynasties of families who all have different trades," reveals Eddie. "They have such an extraordinary take on the world, the Wachowskis, and it's taking all these different genres and plunging them all together and creating something even bigger."

Mila added: "Each [dynasty] has this grand world that they build, that represents a different facade of humanity, and every world looks very different from the next."

The film follows Mila's character Jupiter, who spends her days cleaning toilets. When she meets Caine (Channing), a genetically engineered ex-military hunter, who has arrived on Earth to find her, she discovers that her genetics have marked her as the heir to Earth.

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Eddie Redmayne

Jupiter Ascending is the first major move into sci-fi for the three leads, and Eddie admits: "It's just such an extraordinary combination this film, of something completely contemporary and modern, and something science fiction and original."

"Lana and Andy have created a world that will open your mind to understanding that we are a very small grain of sand in a ginormous beach of other possibilities." adds Channing.

Jupiter Ascending is out in cinemas on Friday 6th February 2015