Netflix purchases thriller Extinction from Universal, starring Michael Pena and Lizzy Caplan
Variety reports that Netflix has actually gotten the around the world rights for the sci-fi thriller Extinction from Universal. The movie was initially set to be launched last month, however was pulled from Universal’s schedule simply 2 months prior to its release date.
Extinction stars Michael Peña ( Ant-Man) and Lizza Caplan ( Now You See Me 2) in the lead functions as couple. When the world is attacked by a force bent on damage, Peña’s character has a repeating problem of losing his household and that bad dream ends up being a truth. Combating for their lives, he concerns understand an unidentified strength to keep his household safe from damage.
The movie likewise stars Mike Colter ( Luke Cage), Lilly Aspell ( Wonder Woman), Emma Booth ( Once Upon a Time), Israel Broussard ( Happy Death Day), and Lex Shrapnel ( Captain America: The First Avenger). Directed by Ben Young ( Hounds of Love), Extinction was composed by Spenser Cohen and Bradley Calen Kane. Todd Lieberman and David Hoberman from Mandeville Films produced the movie, and Good Universe is serving as another production business for the task.
Extinction will be launched on the streaming service later on this year, Netflix validated.
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