A science fiction movie from 2021 in Dutch Captain Nova It will be available on Netflix worldwide in April 2022.
Released last year in the Netherlands at the Cinekid Festival (where it took home 4 awards), this will be the first time a family sci-fi film has been shown outside the region. The film produced by Keplerfilm is a mixture of: lost in space and the recently released Adam Reynolds movie, Adam’s Project†
according to Box Office MojoThe film was released theatrically in December 2021 in 120 theaters across the Netherlands and grossed over $129,000 between December 2 and February 20.
Here’s what you can expect from the movie:
“A fighter pilot from a desolate future becomes unexpectedly young as he travels through time on a mission to avoid a global catastrophe.”
We picked up the trailer available at Movie page on Netflix† You can also click Remind Me to get notified of the day it arrives.
While the reviews aren’t abundant, it has an IMDb rating of 7.2 at the time of publication.
The movie is now scheduled for April 1, 2022 on Netflix in all regions except the Netherlands, at least for the time being. There is a page on Netflix without the Netflix Original branding that states that it will be added to Netflix UK at a later time.
Several dubbing and subtitle options will be available on Netflix, including original Dutch audio and dubbing for English, French, Spanish and German.
Captain Nova Join Netflix in the UK and the US as the 17th Dutch title on Netflix Original or the 12th Dutch movie on Netflix Original. We have included all Dutch movies and TV shows in a newly published list here.
Check out our preview here to learn more about Netflix Originals coming to Netflix in April 2022. It’s going to be a busy day for Netflix newcomers with Jud Apatow bubble It is also slated to be released alongside a new hybrid animated series Apollo 12 1/2†
Are you going to check Captain Nova When will it be on Netflix on April 1st? Let us know in the comments.
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