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Platform 2 confirms Netflix release date with spooky first trailer

Platform 2 confirms Netflix release date with spooky first trailer

Netflix has announced the release date of the movie Platform 2 in the spooky first trailer.

The surprise sequel to the 2020 hit sci-fi film, about a prison system where inmates are fed via a lowering platform, was announced last year.

The publisher has confirmed that the sequel will be coming to its platforms later this year October 4th.

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We get a glimpse of what’s in store in the chilling first trailer, including food falling down a hole, as well as scary footage of people with blood coming out of their mouths and a person on fire.

“What are you doing in The Hole?” asks one character, to which another replies, “Time.”

Platform 2Here’s the full synopsis for ‘: “As a mysterious leader imposes his rule on the Platform, a new resident joins the fight against this controversial method of attacking the brutal food system.

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“But when eating from the wrong plate is a death sentence, how far are you willing to go to save your life?”

He will play the lead role in the movie Snow MaidenMilena Smith Money RobberyHovik Keuchkerian game of Thrones‘ Natalia Tena and Luis Miguel: Seri‘ Oscar Jaenada, PlatformDirector Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia is helming the sequel.

The director spoke Digital Spy In 2020, he explained the ambiguous ending of the first film: “We actually filmed a different ending of the girl coming to the first floor, but we cut that out of the film.

“I’ll leave it to your imagination.”

Platform 2 It will be released on Netflix on October 4, 2024. You can watch the first movie now.

Sam is a freelance reporter and sub-editor with a special interest in film, TV and music. After completing a masters in journalism at City University, London, Sam Digital Spy He worked as a reporter and also freelanced for the following publications: NME And Screen InternationalSam also has a degree in Cinema and can wax poetic about anything. Lord of the Rings with Love is blindand he’s equally in his element as a subeditor who crosses every ‘t’ and dots every ‘i’.