In typical Netflix form, the production of new television shows and films for 2022 has already begun in the planning stages. In addition to the movies that will be available on the streaming platform due to the agreement with Sony, a tonne of the original films will also be published. One is the fantasy movie “The School for Good and Evil.”
Paul Feig, who directed Bridesmaids and A Simple Favor, will run The School for Good and Evil, a film for which Netflix purchased the distribution rights the previous year.
Release Date Of The School For Good And Evil
The streaming service announced on June 7 during Netflix Geeked Week 2022 that The School for Good and Evil will be available on Netflix in the fall of 2022. Now, streaming giant Netflix has revealed the actual release date for the movie. You can look forward to the arrival of the fantasy movie on Netflix on the 19th of October, 2022, at noon. PT/3:00 a.m. ET!
According to the reports that production on The School for Good and Evil began at The Belfast Harbour Studios in Northern Ireland in the early years of the twenty-first century. The shoot was finished in July of 2021.
— The School for Good and Evil Ph (@sgeph) May 16, 2021
Characters Of The School For Good And Evil
According to information provided by IMDb, the cast of The School for Good and Evil has several well-known, high-caliber actors and actresses. The following actors will be included in the upcoming film:
- Charlize Theron stars as Lady Lesso in the movie.
- Professor Anemone is played by Michelle Young.
- The Schoolmaster, portrayed here by Laurence Fishburne
- Professor Dovey is played by Kerry Washington.
- Agatha, played by Sofia Wylie
Hort, Rafal, Sophie and Tedros are portrayed by Earl Cave, Kit Young, Sophie Anne Caruso and Jamie Flatters, respectively. Also included in the cast are Kit Young and Jamie Flatters.
— The School for Good and Evil Ph (@sgeph) August 24, 2022
The School For Good And Evil’s Summary
In the novel “The School for Good and Evil,” a young girl named Sophie strongly desires new experiences and daring beginnings. It is a great privilege in her world, known as Gavaldon, to be chosen to study at either The School of Good or The School of Evil. As a result of their pick, Sophie and her close friend Agatha discover that one’s destiny is not in their own hands because they are sent to schools that are in no way similar to those they had chosen for themselves. The following is the official summary:
Best friends When Sophie and Agatha are carried away into an enchanting school where young heroes and villains are trained to protect the balance of good and evil, they find themselves on opposing sides of a modern fairy tale.
— Netflix Geeked (@NetflixGeeked) August 24, 2022
The novel of the same name, which was authored by Soman Chainani, served as the inspiration for the film. The book has garnered positive reviews from publications such as The Guardian and has quickly established itself as a fan favorite among its young-adult readership.
Teaser Of The School For Good And Evil
A teaser for the upcoming fantasy film was released by the streaming service during Geeked Week. Have a look at it down below!
Do We have a trailer for The School for Good and Evil?
A preview has not yet been made available. A trailer won’t be available until closer to the release date. However, you can rely on us to let you know once a trailer becomes available. In the meantime, if you’re interested in learning more about The School of Good and Evil, you can visit the webpage dedicated to the novel series.
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