A new film on Netflix arriving soon as we’ll get Luckiest Girl Alive. The interesting story of the film produced by Reece Witherspoon is all set to arrive in theatres as well as on Netflix. While the characters and plot of the movie are sure to entertain you. So, when is the movie set to release?
Read ahead to know more about Luckiest Girl Alive and all its latest updates.
Luckiest Girl Alive release date
The upcoming film Luckiest Girl Alive is soon to make its premiere on Netflix this October exclusively on Netflix. As you’ll get to see a women character playing the lead in the film. The movie on Netflix will premiere on the 7th of October this year.
However, for some viewers, there’s a chance to watch the film before its premiere on Netflix. As for some selected theatrical runs, the movie Luckiest Girl Alive is to release on 30th September. So, you can see it on the big screen as well.
Who’s in the cast of Luckiest Girl Alive?
The film Luckiest Girl Alive has an amazing star cast. As in the lead you’ll get to see Mila Kunis playing Ani FaNelli, Finn Wittrock as Luke Harrison, Scoot McNairy as Andrew Larson, Chiara Aurelia as Young Ani, and more.
Further, in the movie you’ll also see Thomas Barbusca as Arthur Finnerman, Justine Lupe as Nell Rutherford, Alexandra Beaton as Hillary Hitchinson, Alex Barone as Dean Barton, Jennifer Beals as LoLo Vincent, and more.
What’s the plot for Luckiest Girl Alive? Is there any trailer out for it?
The upcoming film Luckiest Girl Alive is based on the novel of the same name by Jessica Knoll. The story brings a character of a woman Ani who has a good career in journalism. While her wedding is already on cards. But the twist in her life comes when she has to encounter her past from high school.
The trailer for the movie is already out and it features in it, Mila Kunis. Her character says a line in the trailer “Soon I’ll be an editor at the New York Times Magazine, and in six weeks I’m getting married in a lavish but tasteful ceremony”. The trailer hints at all that’s possibly to excite the viewers.