Spiderhead: Netflix Users Express Confusion After Watching New Chris Hemsworth Movie

Spiderhead: Netflix Users Express Confusion After Watching New Chris Hemsworth Movie

Netflix Users Express Confusion After New Movie Releases spider head.

The thriller, based on the dystopian short story by George Saunders Escape from Spiderheadwas added to the streaming service Friday, June 18.

It follows two inmates who make a connection while struggling with their past in a state-of-the-art prison run by a visionary who experiments on his subjects with the use of mind-altering drugs.

The film reached the top of Netflix’s worldwide charts just one day after its release.

However, viewers don’t know why they didn’t hear about the movie until the day it was released.

After all, Netflix had plenty of selling points to work with, which was Chris Hemsworth, one of Marvel’s most popular stars, playing the lead role.

Additionally, the film is directed by Joseph Kosinski, whose previous film, Top Gun: Maverick, is one of the most successful of the year, not to mention the most critically acclaimed.

The film, which has divided critics, is also written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the screenwriting duo behind the first two Deadpool films.

“Just looked spider head on Netflix the way they didn’t promote this movie when it was their best casting and overall the direction was brilliant is very typical of Netflix,” wrote one viewer, who enjoyed the film.

Chris Hemsworth in the Netflix movie “Spiderhead”


Another added: “I just heard about the movie spider head two hours ago and that shit was fire. How did Netflix not promote it?

Someone else waded: “Question @netflix why don’t you promote #Spiderhead but promote your other stuff that shouldn’t be named? It’s directed by #josephkosinski for the love from heaven.

A week before spider head, director and producer Peter Atencio wrote, “In seven days, a streaming service will release a $100 million+ movie starring one of the biggest movie stars in the world and directed by a guy with a movie currently in theaters which is the biggest hit of the year. Still, I don’t remember seeing a single advertisement for it. »

The Independent‘s Louis Chilton thinks he could have figured out why there was no promotion for spider headwriting that it’s a sign that the streaming service is getting less daring by the day.

spider headwhich co-stars Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollett, is available to stream on Netflix now.

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