Netflix on Tuesday night (28) announced the release of “The Electric State,” a sci-fi co-starring Millie Bobby Brown directed by Joe and Anthony Russo, the Russo Brothers.
The film is set in a so-called “retro-futuristic past” following an orphaned teenager (Brown). In the company of a robot and an eccentric drifter, she traverses the western United States in search of her younger brother.
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It’s worth remembering that “The Electric State” was announced in 2020, when Universal Pictures was negotiating production and distribution rights. According to time limitNetflix landed in controversy when the deal didn’t close.
The streaming platform now has another partnership with Brown and Russo. The actress starred in two Netflix hits, “Stranger Things” and “Enola Holmes”; The brothers direct “Occult Agent” and sign the script for “Rescue”.