The 2019 political thriller drama movie Wasp Network is now coming on Netflix. It features No Time To Die star Ana De Armas in the main lead. It is penned and directed by Olivier Assayas.
This movie was first premiered at the Venice Film Festival on September 1, 2019. The movie received mixed reviews after its premiere. Now fans of Ana De Armas are eagerly waiting for her drama film. So, here’s everything which you should know regarding Wasp Network:
Netflix Release Date Of Wasp Network
After the movie released at many film festivals, Netflix got the distribution rights to the movie back in January 2020. Everyone did not have to wait longer for the premiere of the movie as only a few days left for its release. Wasp Network is scheduled to release on Netflix on June 19, 2020. The movie will not release in China, Greece, Middle East Portugal, and France.
Everyone should add this political drama movie in their watching list and it will be a treat for the fans of Ana De Armas and also it is coming during the time of coronavirus pandemic so watch it during the quarantine. In June 2020, these titles will also release, The Last Days of American Crime, Queer Eye season 5, The Politician season 2, and Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.
Trailer For Wasp Network
Here’s the trailer for the drama movie Wasp Network, have a look:
Cast Of Wasp Network
Following are the star cast of the drama film Wasp Network:
- Penélope Cruz as Olga Gonzalez
- Ana de Armas as Ana Magarita Martinez
- Wagner Moura as Juan Pablo Roque
- Édgar Ramírez as René Gonzalez
- Leonardo Sbaraglia as Jose Basulto
- Gael García Bernal as Gerardo Hernandez
Plot Of Wasp Network
Wasp Network is inspired by the novel named The Last Soldiers on the Cold War penned by Fernando Morais. The story of the thriller movie centered on the story of Cuban spies in American territory throughout the 1990s.
As per IMDb, the synopsis of the movie says: ‘The story of five Cuban political detainees who had been held by the United States since the late 1990s on charges of spying and murder.’