Netflix instead of cinema Disney is probably pushing thriller with Amy Adams to the competition

Netflix instead of cinema: Disney is probably pushing thriller with Amy Adams to the competition

Actually, “The Woman In The Window” should have been in cinemas worldwide since May 2020. But because of Corona, the date was canceled. There is probably a reason that no new date has been set: Disney should hand over the film to Netflix.

As Hollywood industry magazines unanimously report, Netflix is ​​about to close a deal with Disney to take over the thriller “The Woman In The Window”.

Netflix is ​​about to close a deal with Disney to take over the thriller “The Woman In The Window”.

The film adaptation of the novel was supposed to be released worldwide in mid-May 2020, but has been postponed indefinitely due to Corona. The fact that Disney did not set a new date already indicated that the film could end up on a streaming service.

Netflix could release the film soon after the takeover, which will probably be completed soon, because it is completely finished.

Netflix could release the film soon after the takeover, which will probably take place soon

This is “The Woman In The Window”

“The Go stream In The Window” by director Joe Wright (“The Darkest Hour”, “Atonement”) is based on a bestseller by A.J. Finn. The focus is on the New Yorker Dr. Anna Fox (Amy Adams), who likes to watch her neighbors with a glass of wine – especially the new model family around Alistair (Gary Oldman) and Jane Russell (Julianne Moore).

She also befriends Jane. But then one day she sees a brutal violent crime. But nobody wants to believe her, especially since Alistair claims she never met his wife and presented another Jane Russell (Jennifer Jason Leigh) to the police as his wife.

Does Anna have delusions due to her medication and alcohol consumption? Was it all just imagination? Or is she on the trail of a particularly diabolical crime?

A trailer already published for the originally planned theatrical release in May gives you an impression:

The gloomy material with references to Alfred Hitchcock’s “Das Fenster zum Hof” and David Fincher’s “Gone Girl” is also the reason why Disney does not place the thriller on its own family-friendly streaming service Disney and now apparently gives it to its competitor of all people.

The project does not come from Disney anyway, but is one of the films taken over after the purchase of the former rival Fox.

The book by A.J. By the way, Finn can u. a. from Amazon. *

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