Every year, Netflix releases many original movies that have an exciting storyline, and the audiences also loved it. Now the streaming giant is coming up with a war movie named Da 5 Bloods. Oscar-winning director Spike Lee wrote and directed the Netflix film.
It features stars like Delroy Lindo, Jonathan Majors, Clarke Peters, Norm Lewis, Chadwick Boseman, etc. in the main lead. Now fans want to know when will it release and what will happen in it?
Here what we know far about Netflix’s Da 5 Bloods:
When Will Da 5 Bloods Release?
Viewers did not have to wait for a longer time for the brand new war movie as it is just some days away from us. Da 5 Bloods is slated to release on Netflix on June 12, 2020. The war film will be a treat for everyone as it will be a great one to watch during quarantine, you will enjoy it.
You can also add these contents of Netflix in your watching list which is also releasing in June 2020; it includes: F is for Family season 4, The Last Days of American Crime, Queer Eye season 5, The Politician season 2, and Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga.
Is There Any Trailer For Da 5 Bloods?
Netflix recently dropped the trailer of the war movie a few days back. In the trailer, we can see Vietnam war scenes and soldiers. Here’s the trailer:
What Are The Casting Details For Da 5 Bloods?
These stars will feature in the upcoming Netflix movie:
- Delroy Lindo as Paul
- Jonathan Majors as David
- Norm Lewis as Eddie
- Isiah Whitlock Jr. as Melvin
- Clarke Peters as Otis
- Mélanie Thierry
- Chadwick Boseman as Norman
- Paul Walter Hauser as Simon
- Jean Reno
- Jasper Pääkkönen
- Giancarlo Esposito
- Veronica Ngo as Hanoi Hannah
- Johnny Tri Nguyen
What’s The Plot Of Da 5 Bloods?
The official premise of Da 5 Bloods is: ‘Four African American Vietnam ex-soldier return to Vietnam. They are in research of the remains of their fallen squad leader and the commitment of hidden treasure. These warriors battle forces of humanity and nature while faced by the lasting ravages of the depravity of the Vietnam War.’