Chris Hemsworth along with Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollett is rumored to be a part of Netflix’s Spiderhead. Spiderhead is an upcoming sci-fi based movie.
The movie is overlooked by Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski.
Netflix, on Saturday; in an official announcement revealed to the audience the enthralling cast of Spiderhead.
Netflix, the streaming platform, is yet to disclose details about Hemsworth, Smollett, or Teller’s characters. The plot of the film however has been revealed and ever since the audiences have been excited and are eagerly waiting for the release of the film.
Netflix’ Spiderhead will be based in the future. The characters have housed. Furthermore, the convicts in order to shorten their sentences will have to volunteer for medical research. The facility will run by a visionary.
Two inmates; who will also be the centre of the plot; will likely try to take advantage if this opportunity. They will be using a drug that will in turn transform their emotions; forcing them to face the feelings of love in their tragic past that they harboured.
Without a doubt, Kosinski has utilized the greatest talents for his next endeavour.
While this has not been announced officially; it looks like Hemsworth and Teller are going to play the role of the inmates. The new pair is definitely going to be something for the audiences to look forward to.
With the highly streaming action-adventure thriller Extraction; Hemsworth has already made its big hit on Netflix; so its links with the new film is sure to draw viewers.
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Chris Hemsworth is popularly known for playing the role of Thor in the Marvel franchise. He was recently seen in Netflix’s Extraction; and is now planning to return to Marvel Studios again; for Thor: Love and Thunder; alongside Tessa Thompson and Natalie Portman.
Spiderhead, is a direct and clear adaptation of the short story, “Escape from Spiderhead”. George Saunders wrote the same.
Saunders released the same in his bestselling 2013 Tenth of December anthology series.
Saunders’ story, furthermore, first appeared in The New Yorker in 2010. The story earned him considerable praise for its innovative representation for the themes of love and horror.
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