The journey of a woman’s descent from Nurse to monster is teased in a new trailer…
Netflix has shown us a sneak peek into what is to happen in its upcoming series Ratched, and it is absolutely chilling.
Starring Sarah Poulson as Nurse Mildred Ratched, the series is a psychological drama based on the 1962 novel One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey.
The official synopsis of the series on Wikipedia reads:
Ratched is described as an origins story, beginning in 1947, which will follow Ratched’s journey and evolution from nurse to full-fledged monster. The series will track her murderous progression through the mental health care system.”
Ratched is set to premiere on Netflix on September 18, 2020. Check out the trailer below:
The first look of upcoming comics-based film The Suicide Squad will arrive in a few weeks according to director James Gunn.
Recently, Gunn was asked on Twitter if he could honestly say that there was no meddling on the part of the studio in the film and he replied that it was 100% his version, adding that he couldn’t wait for fans to get a glimpse of it at DC FanDome, a virtual event set to take place later this month.
See his tweet below:
I can confirm #TheSuicideSquad is 100%, zero interference, no-holds-barred ME, &, again, I can't wait for you guys to get a glimpse of it at #DCFanDome. (Yes, I'm pimping FanDome a lot, but that's because I know how exciting it's going to be – for my film & other stuff too!😬) https://t.co/CClwKIi5nS
— James Gunn (@JamesGunn) August 4, 2020
Disney’s live-action re-imagining of the classic Mulan is going to be made available on its streaming platform.
The movie which stars Liu Yifei as the titular character has suffered some release setbacks, no thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic, prompting the Mouse House to make its latest decision on when and how it arrives.
According to Disney, Mulan will be made available to watch on Disney + for $29.99 (not counting the base subscription service cost) as from on Friday, September 4, 2020.
The move is unexpected but not totally surprising as the company had already delayed the film’s release by 5 months, spending a lot of money on marketing.
Since there appears to be no end in sight for the COVID-19 cases in the U.S., the Mouse House was forced to make the decision to get the film available to movie lovers one way or another.
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