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Netflix introduces 10 Rebel Moon characters with exciting pictures

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Netflix introduces 10 Rebel Moon characters with exciting pictures

A still of Sofia Boutella from Rebel Moon

Last Updated: 01.55 AM, Nov 21, 2023


We are just a month away from experiencing a new space opera, with a perfect mixture of action, thriller, and some revenge story. Rebel Moon is coming with a 2-part film, Part One: A Child of Fire and Part Two: The Caregiver. Netflix has already teased us quite well with 2 different trailers of the first part.

Rebel Moon OTT release

Before its grand OTT release, Rebel Moon will be having limited theatrical release – from December 15 to 21, 2023 at select theatres in Los Angeles, New York City, Toronto, and London. Later it will premiere globally on Netflix on December 22, 2023

Rebel Moon new trailer

Previously we have discussed the new trailer, which opens with a tranquil moment of reflection for Kora, who reveals her origins as a survivor discovered amidst the ruins of a shattered vessel, a tale hinting at a troubled past. However, the ominous approach of a ship heralds the arrival of a formidable foe, Admiral Atticus Noble (Ed Skrein), driven by a quenching hunger for power. This sets the stage for a clash between a peaceful farming community and Noble's ruthless forces, igniting a conflict filled with intense confrontations and exhilarating action.

Rebel Moon characters introduction

Today Netflix has finally introduced the 10 special characters from Rebel Moon such as – Sofia Boutella as Kora, Michael Huisman as Gunnar, Charlie Hunnam as Kai, Doona Bae as Nemesis, Djimon Hounsou as General Titus, Staz Nair as Tarak, Cleopatra Coleman as Devra Bloodaxe, Ray Fisher as Darrian Bloodaxe, E. Duffy as Milius, and lastly Ed Skrein as Noble.

Even though Rebel Moon has an original story, it is highly inspired from the Star Wars universe. The Justice League director famously made an R-rated Star Wars pitch that wasn't greenlit by Lucasfilm in the past.

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