Jason Momoa stars in Netflix’s Sweet Girl, John Wick-style revenge thriller

Jason Momoa stars in Netflix’s Sweet Girl, John Wick-style revenge thriller

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Jason Momoa stars in Netflix’s Sweet Girl, John Wick-style revenge thriller

A few days ago, DC stars Dwayne Johnson (Black Adam), Gal Gadot (Wonder Woman) and Ryan Reynolds (Green Lantern) were confirmed in Red Notice, Netflix’s latest mega-production. Now, another comic book star joins the company’s catalog.

Through its official YouTube account, the streaming giant has published the official trailer of Sweet girl, movie starring Jason Momoa (Aquaman). Also, the trailer offers some hints of what we can expect from the final cut, and expectations are high.

The title – whose premiere is scheduled for August 20– also features performances by Isabela Merced (Dora y la ciudad perdida), Manuel García Rulfo (6 Underground), Amy Brenneman (NYPD Blue), Adria Arjona (Good omens), Raza Jaffrey (Sex and the city 2), Justin Bartha (The Hangover), Lex Scott Davis (The First Purge) and Michael Raymond-James (The Walking Dead).

Likewise, international media have reported that Brian Andrew Mendoza serves as the director of the feature film, and works on a script written by Gregg Hurwitz, Philip Eisner and Will Staples.

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Sweet girl – official synopsis

A devoted family man Ray Cooper vows revenge on the pharmaceutical company responsible for recalling a drug that could save his life shortly before his wife (Adria Arjona) died of cancer.

However, when his search for the truth leads him to a deadly encounter that puts him and his daughter Rachel (Isabela Merced) in grave danger, Ray’s mission turns into a quest for revenge to protect the only family that has him. remains.

With this in mind, the comparisons with John Wick are obvious, given that the history of both is motivated by the death of his wife and what turns the axis of development is their fight to protect the most precious thing that they have. They have: in Momoa’s case it is his daughter, while in Wick’s case it is his faithful canine friend.