Woman in window fixes Netflix release date
Netflix has finally announced the release date of Joe Wright’s upcoming thriller The woman at the window. Originally slated for a theatrical release, the Amy Adams-directed film will now be available to stream on May 14. The announcement comes nearly two months after Netflix successfully acquired the rights to the delayed feature film from 20th Century Studios. The woman at the window was first delayed in 2019 due to negative drug tests. Because of this, he had to go through covers to correct some puzzling plot points.
Adams will next be seen in the film adaptation of the hit Broadway musical. Dear Evan Hansen. She is also set to reprise her iconic role as Giselle in Disney + ‘s upcoming Enchanted sequel titled Disillusioned.
THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW
On Netflix May 14 pic.twitter.com/oBzwZj5I2c
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In The woman at the window, an agoraphobic child psychologist befriends a neighbor across the street from her Brown Stone in New York City, only to see her own life turned upside down when the woman goes missing and she suspects foul play. A stellar ensemble cast brings Tracy Letts’ storyline based on the gripping, best-selling novel to life, where shocking secrets are revealed and no one – and nothing – is what it seems.
The film features an A-list set that includes five-time Oscar nominee Amy Adams (Arrival) and Oscar winner Julianne Moore (Always Alice) and Gary Oldman; the latter finding his Darkest hour director. It will also star Anthony Mackie, Wyatt Russell, Brian Tyree Henry and Jennifer Jason Leigh.
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The woman at the window is directed by Joe Wright from a screenplay written by Tracy Letts. It is produced by Scott Rudin (Lady bird, There is no country for old people), Eli Bush (Lady bird, Annihilation) and Antony Katagas.