exclusive: Netflix is completing an acquisition transaction that will continue Woman in the window Leaving Disney’s 20th Century Film Studio and entering a new window as a global Netflix active film. This thriller, played by Amy Adams and directed by Joe Wright, is the last of Elizabeth Gabler’s abandonment of a book-based film project, when Disney Acquired Fox and suddenly closed her Fox 2000 department. Produced by Scott Rudin and Eli Bush.
They are finalizing the deal, so it is not clear when Netflix will release the movie.
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In short, adult-themed thrillers are not suitable for the family-friendly Disney+ streaming service, and the release calendar will be overloaded when the movie theater reopens and the audience returns. Just like some other photos from studio to streamers-Tom Hanks World War II thriller GreyhoundThe arduous trek from Sony to Apple is a good example-film studios with limited funds are sitting on finished films, but streamers with ample cash cannot be bought. The revenue-generating incident on certain films seems to be a good thing, especially when the film does not comply with Disney’s authorization in any way and is the retainer of Fox 2000. Netflix got brand new movies with excellent cast, including Julian Moore, Gary Aldman, Tracy Wrights (writing the script), Brian Terry Henry, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Anthony McGee and Wyatt Russell.
in Woman in the window, Adams plays Anna Fox (Anna Fox), she is a child psychologist who hates phobia, he lives alone in the suburbs of New York. She was trapped in the brownstone and was afraid of running away from home, separating her from her husband and daughter. She watches noir classic movies all day, and most of her interactions are conducted online. She monitors her neighbors like they do in her favorite movies. When the Russell clan moved next door, things became very interesting for her. She observed the connection between her parents and young children, which made her yearn for reunion with her family. When she witnessed violence in the house, she needed to turn around. Should she call the police or become helpless? She also encountered problems with prescription drugs and wine consumption. It echoes the Hitchcock thriller Rear window with dizziness, A group Missing lover with Girl on the train Throw in a good measure.
This is the first trailer: