Netflix releases first trailer for “Johnny Test” reboot

Netflix divulga trailer de reboot de "Johnny Test"

This Friday, the 18th, we got the first trailer for the reboot of the animation that is surely known to many: “Johnny Test”. Although nothing much has changed, we can see that the design has been updated by Netflix. Anyway, check it out:

In the video description, the streaming platform writes: “How much trouble can an imaginative boy, his loyal dog, and two science-savvy sisters get into? Hmm, that sounds like a challenge!”. They later announced that a reboot of “Johnny Test” would arrive in the US catalog on July 16 of this year.

However, it is not known if it will have the same release date in Brazil. That’s why we need to be careful!

Speaking of reboot…

Coming to Streaming Closest to You: In early June, the Deadline portal unexpectedly confirmed that the musical remake of “Matilda” will be arriving on Netflix in December 2022. Bus! However, before the global premiere, the production is expected to hit theaters in the UK and Ireland.

Previously, only three actresses were confirmed in the cast: Emma Thompson, who will play Miss Trunchbull; lashana lynchoe, one of the stars of “Captain Marvel”“Who would be Miss Honey; it’s clear, Alisha Veer, our latest Matilda.

the direction of the new version will be Matthew Warchus. In addition, the production was inspired by the play “Matilda: The Musical”, which is a composition Denise Kelly, 2011. In fact, the work garnered so much attention that it spent four years on Broadway between 2013 and 2017.

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Will covers public and private tech markets from New York. He was previously a Knight-Bagehot Fellow in Economics and Business Journalism at Columbia University, and prior to that was a reporter at the Los Angeles Business Journal. He has received a Journalist of the Year award from the L.A. Press Club and an investigative reporting award from the Society of American Business Editors and Writers.

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