Well, kinda/sorta, that is.
Awhile back during the COVID lockdowns, one of those movie marketing companies rolled through Phoenix, Arizona on a tour of showing a very early cut of the film to folks who applied to a certain website; and I was fortunate enough to make the grade. Part of the agreement was that we didn't talk about what we saw -- essentially, we were prohibited from discussing any particulars of the motion picture at great lengths -- and I've abided by that. I've searched online a few times to see if I could find anyone who'd broken said agreement, and I've not found any.
Still, the full trailer dropped today, promising a July 2nd release; and I think that the movie looks pretty solid. Much of what's in there I'd already seen, but the version shown to our group (as is very common that far out in advance) had very, very early effects shots instead of complete versions. This coming attraction includes some very small snippets of footage I recognize, and it looks vastly improved over the animatics provided to us.
As I'm still covered by that agreement, I won't say anything more ... well, other than to say that I think it's got all the makings of a typical summer blockbuster. The ending needed some trimming (I think that's a mostly harmless assessment), but many blockbusters suffer from a bit of bloat before the final edits are screened to the masses. Performances were good, and I'm looking to see how much this release compares to what I saw.
Trailer is below.