Usually, we’re used to seeing Chris Hemsworth in hero mode. Whether or not he’s flexing his muscle tissues because the Strongest Avenger (is he although?) within the Thor films, or beneath fireplace in Extraction (and its upcoming sequel), he tends to be the nice man. Not so in Netflix’s upcoming thriller Spiderhead. Right here, Hemsworth is taking part in a nefarious fellow overseeing a harmful drug trial at a futuristic jail – one which proves a complete headtrip for Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollett’s inmates. Try the official trailer:
If there’s main expertise in entrance of the digital camera for this one, there are additionally loads of intriguing names behind it too. The movie comes from director Joseph Kosinski, who additionally labored with Teller on Prime Gun: Maverick – which, as our assessment professed final week, is extraordinarily good. Plus, Spiderhead is scripted by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, beforehand behind the Deadpool films, Zombieland and Life, and relies on a New Yorker-approved quick story titled Escape From Spiderhead. Right here’s the official synopsis: “Two inmates (Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollett) kind a connection whereas grappling with their pasts in a state-of-the-art penitentiary run by an excellent visionary (Chris Hemsworth) who experiments on his topics with mind-altering medicine.”
Will we be capable of get used to Hemsworth taking part in the baddie? Will Teller and Smollett escape – not simply Spiderhead, however the freeway to the hazard zone? We’ll discover out when Spiderhead streams on Netflix from 17 June.