Lana Wachowski Makes Rare On-Camera Appearance to Promote 'Cloud Atlas' (Video)
The filmmaker, who with brother Andy is behind the "Matrix" trilogy and other movies, first announced her transition from Larry nearly a decade ago.
Filmmaker Lana Wachowski made a rare on-camera appearance with brother Andy and director Tom Tykwer to promote their upcoming movie Cloud Atlas.
Lana, who first announced her transition from Larry nearly a decade ago, directed and wrote the movie with Tykwer and Andy based on David Mitchell's acclaimed novel.
Lana, 47, appears in pink dreadlocks and a grey dress to talk up the film in a video released by Warner Bros. that was posted on the movie's iTunes Movies Trailer page Thursday alongside the Cloud Atlas trailer.
Cloud Atlas weaves together six disparate story threads, which run from a South Pacific sea voyage during the 19th century to America in the 1970s to a post-apocalyptic wasteland.
The movie, whose cast is featured in multiple roles, stars Tom Hanks, Hugh Grant, Halle Berry, Sandra Bullock and Susan Sarandon. It's set for an Oct. 26 release.
The Wachowskis are behind such movies as the Matrix trilogy, V for Vendetta and Speed Racer. Tykwer's credits include Run Lola Run.