The dates close to October are taken as a great opportunity for the companies of entertainment. Less and less to Halloween, the celebration of Halloween, and streaming platforms take advantage of launching thematic content loaded with terror. In this sense, it will soon arrive Nightbooks a Netflix, a film that bets on the child scare and that will surely become a great proposal for the whole family.
The film, which works as an adaptation of the novels of J.A White, will star Alex, a role played by Winslow Fegley. This boy is obsessed with scary stories and, when he least expects it, is trapped by an evil witch in a magical apartment. If he wants to stay alive, the little one will have to tell a horror story every night. Also, while planning his escape, he joins up with Yasmin (Lidya Jewett), another prisoner who finds herself in the same circumstances as him.
It will be Krysten Ritter the one in charge of putting herself in the shoes of the villain by Nightbooks. After being part of large projects such as Jessica Jones, The Defenders, Don’t Trust the B— un Apartment 23 and Breaking Bad, this Netflix original movie marks his return to the screen. In the trailer recently published by the platform of the red N, it can already be seen that in this role of witch she will be able to fully exploit her charisma by being terrifying and, in turn, very funny.
When is Nightbooks coming to Netflix?
The film will premiere the next September 15. In less than a month, this feature film directed by David Yarovesky. The filmmaker was responsible for Brightburn: son of darkness, another horror movie released in 2019 and available on Amazon Prime Video. His face probably sounds familiar to you: he also developed as an actor playing Goth Ravager in Guardians of the Galaxy.
The script will be in charge of Mikki Daughtry and Tobias Iaconis, while executive production is Sam Raimi. This information is one of the keys for the film to work: Raimi was the director and screenwriter of the films of Spider-Man with Tobey Maguire as the protagonist and is also in charge of directing Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, one of the next premieres of Marvel Studios.
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