Netflix will release a romantic thriller film named Rebecca. It is inspired by the novel titled Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. There is already a movie made on the story that was directed by Alfred Hitchcock. The classical version also got the Academy Award at the 1940 Oscars. Netflix’s Rebecca is directed by Ben Wheatley and produced by Tim Bevan, Nira Park, and Eric Fellner. It will cast stars
Lily James, Kristin Scott Thomas, Armie Hammer, Tom Goodman-Hill, and Keeley Hawes in lead roles.
Netflix users are also excited about this upcoming thriller movie. They want to know when it will land on the streaming platform. Check all the latest details regarding the movie here:
Netflix Premiere Date For Rebecca
Netflix officially announced back in 2018 that it is developing a thriller movie based on Daphne du Maurier. The shooting began in the previous year. The good news is that the filming already finished even before the coronavirus impacted the world. So it will not encounter any delay in the release.
The streaming giant has also fixed a premiere date for its forthcoming film. So, Rebecca will be available to stream on Netflix from 21 October 2020. So don’t forget to see this thriller film.
Trailer For Rebecca
Netflix has still not released the official trailer for its forthcoming thriller flick. But recently it dropped the first look of the movie, have a look:
Cast Details For Rebecca
Below are the cast members of the upcoming movie Rebecca:
- Lily James as Mrs. de Winter
- Armie Hammer as Maxim de Winter
- Kristin Scott Thomas as Mrs. Danvers
- Tom Goodman-Hill as Frank Crawley
- Keeley Hawes as Beatrice Lacy
- Sam Riley as Jack Favell
- Ann Dowd as Mrs. Van Hopper
- Ben Crompton
- Mark Lewis Jones as Inspector Welch
- Jane Lapotaire as The Grandmother
- Ashleigh Reynolds as Robert
Storyline Of Rebecca
The upcoming thriller movie Rebecca will tell the story of a recently married young woman who discovers herself fighting the shadow of her husband’s deceased first wife, the strange Rebecca. It is not revealed how much the Netflix movie will be inspired by the novel of Daphne du Maurier.