The Queen's Gambit Book Comparison

The Morning Watch is a recurring feature that highlights a handful of noteworthy videos from around the web. They could be video essays, fanmade productions, featurettes, short films, hilarious sketches, or just anything that has to do with our favorite movies and TV shows.

In this edition, see how Netflix’s limited series The Queen’s Gambit compares to the novel that it’s based on. Plus, learn about the tricky process of writing the Oscar-nominated screenplay for Borat Subsequent Moviefilm. And finally, listen as director Joe Penna breaks down the opening launch sequence for the Netflix original movie Stowaway. Read More »

Stowaway Trailer

We’ve seen plenty of space missions gone wrong in the movies, whether it’s from technical malfunctions or grotesque space monsters. In Netflix’s new drama Stowaway, it’s a life support engineer who was somehow accidentally trapped in the ship before takeoff and inadvertently causes a mission to Mars to be thrown off course, creating a survival drama millions of miles from Earth. Read More »

Stowaway images and details

When a three-person expedition to Mars discovers that a fourth person is unexpectedly on board their spacecraft, a moral quandary is tossed into an already-dangerous situation and the entire mission becomes an even more intense fight for survival. That’s the gist of Stowaway, a new Netflix sci-fi thriller that stars Toni Collette (Hereditary) as the ship’s captain, Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect) as a medical researcher, Daniel Dae Kim (Lost) as a biologist, and Shamier Anderson (Wynonna Earp) as the title character. Get some more details about the series as well as the first batch of Stowaway images from Netflix below.
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Stowaway

Netflix has picked up Stowaway, a sci-fi film featuring Anna Kendrick (A Simple Favor, Pitch Perfect), Toni Collette (Velvet Buzzsaw, Hereditary), Daniel Dae Kim (Hawaii Five-O, Lost, Always Be My Maybe), and Shamier Anderson (Race, Destroyer). The Joe Penna-directed movie involves a mission to Mars gone wrong. Netflix will release the pic in the US, UK, Australia/New Zealand, India, Latin America, Africa, and select other countries in Asia and Europe.

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