Frances Ha will be released on Netflix UK on 23rd April, VODzilla.co can exclusively reveal, in what is proving to be a diverse month of new releases.
Every month, we bring you a list of things coming soon to Netflix UK – an official round-up of future titles. April has already seen a huge number of new additions to the Internet TV company’s line-up: the first of the month brought with it Ugly Betty Season 1 and 2, Suits Season 1 and 2, The Big Wedding, LEGO: Legends of Chima and Reaper Season 1 and 2, while both Part 2 of Turbo FAST Season 1 and Anonymous have landed in the last 24 hours. But there’s more on the way, from an indie masterpiece and action thriller to a controversial comedy.
Here are five things coming soon to Netflix UK in April 2014:
Frances Ha (23rd April)
Greta Gerwig stars in this delightful coming-of-age tale about someone who has never wanted to come of age at all. She plays Frances, a wannabe dancer who freewheels through life with her best friend Sophie. After The Squid and the Whale and Greenberg, Noah Baumbach turns down the bitter to produce a sweet comedy with charming heart; a story about two women who are never defined by their relationships with men.
Person of Interest – Season 2 (24th April)
Jim Caviezel stars in Jonathan Nolan’s crime thriller, which sees a former CIA officer trying to stop crimes in New York that are predicted by a machine.
The Dictator (24th April)
Sacha Baron Cohen follows mockumentaries Borat and Bruno with this satirical comedy about the tyrannical, anti-semitic Admiral General Aladeen from the Republic of Wadiya, who visits New York and falls in love with a shopkeeper played by Anna Faris.
The Sklar Brothers (25th April)
Identical twins and former ESPN presenters Randy and Jason bring their sporting comedy to Netflix with the exclusive premiere of a one-hour special, “What Are We Talking About”.
Snitch (28th April)
The Rock stars in this thriller about a father who goes undercover for the DEA to free his wrongly imprisoned son. Along the way, he battles with drug dealers – and a cliched script.