For what it's worth, the plot looks a bit reminiscent of Highlander (1986) with the exception of there being only one. (Infinite looks to involve an entire society of immortals.) Never been that big of fan of the Wahlberger, but he's an interesting choice here. Neither the scriptwriter nor the screen story adapter have records all that impressive, and the reviews for the book (from author D. Eric Maikranz) upon which all of this is based are somewhat mixed, though leaning positive for fans of genre properties. Who knows? Maybe this is a winner, but the fact that it's dropping behind a pay wall always makes me a bit skeptical. That's just how I am. But -- as always -- I wish the project well ... I just wish I had a way to view it that didn't cost me more than the price of a movie ticket and a bucket of popcorn. I'm old fashioned, and I like my flicks up on the silver screen.
Still, Fuqua's work has always been reliable, and the film boasts an incredibly impressive cast -- Wahlberg, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Jason Mantzoukas, and Wallis Day -- so let's give this one an enthusiastic welcome, all of those who can.
Trailer is below, so check it out as you're interested.