Outside the Wire is Netflix’s upcoming military science fiction thriller movie. The movie is written by Rob Yescombe and Athale, and directed by Mikael Hafstrom. Outside the Wire will be coming to the streaming service providing platform, Netflix on Friday, January 15, 2020.
The storyline of the movie is Set in the nearish future, a disgraced drone pilot named Leo (Damson Idris) is brought in on an important mission: he has to help locate a doomsday device before a group of insurgents finds it. Helping him is Captain Harp (Anthony Mackie), a soldier with a particular secret: he’s an android.
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Recently a trailer of the movie was released There, we’re introduced to Leo (Mackie), an android military officer, and Harp (Idris), a drone pilot. The two men go from fighting in the ranks of a futuristic conflict to teaming up to find a doomsday device and prevent it from fulfilling its purpose. The trailer is filled with surprises. Leo and Idris also seem like a solid pair when it comes to this movie’s action sequences. The actions look like bigger setpieces in the story hint at a movie that is as visually engaging as it is engaging on a narrative level.
The main castings of the movie are given here; Anthony Mackie will be playing the role of Harp, Damson Idris will be playing the role of Leo, Kristina Tontetri-Young will be playing the role of Corporal Mandy Bale, Enzo Cilenti will be playing the role of Sergeant Miller, Bobby Lockwood will be playing the role of Reggie, Henry Garrett will be playing the role of Brydon, Velibor Topic will be playing the role of Oshlank, Eilot Edusah will be playing the role of Adams, Adam Fielding will be playing the role of Gomez.
The official run time has been confirmed to be 114 minutes. The Original will be available to stream globally on Netflix. At the time of writing Outside the Wire is the fifth scheduled feature Original to arrive on Netflix in 2021.