Thor Ragnarok’s director surprised with his new film
The famous director Taika Waititi was last seen with Thor: Ragnarok. Now we have Jojo Rabbit, an interesting and out of style film. Jojo Rabbit is considered a satire based on Nazi Germany. The highly anticipated Jojo Rabbit trailer has just been released. Let’s not forget that the satirical dose of the published fragments is slightly exceeded.
Jojo Rabbit showered criticism with trailer
Nazi Germany was the subject of Jojo Rabbit, which we can call comedy and drama. But at some point, we hope that the perception of the fragment that we see turns into a bumpy film will change in the film.
When we look at the cast, we see Avengers star Scarlett Johansson in the leading roles. Rebel Wilson, who also starred in Netflix, is next followed by Sam Rockwell in Iron Man 2.
This interesting film also includes GoT star Alfie Allen. In this sense, with a movie trailer which is a stage for a parade of stars, we can say that it is below the expectations of cinema lovers.
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If we look at the subject of the film; The film examines the Second World War. Adolf Hitler tells the story of a 10-year-old boy, Jojo, who is a Nazi officer.
Scarlett Johansson plays the 10-year-old Jojo’s mother. The film also includes a Jewish girl and criticizes the policies of Nazi Germany.
The film will be released in the United States on October 18th, in Australia on December 26th and in England on January 3rd.