“You’re a brave girl.” That’s Ray Monroe (Sam Worthington) to his daughter in hopsital, after she is hurt in an accident. Little does he know that it’s the last time he’ll see her. That’s the starting point for Netflix’s Fractured, and a trailer gives us our first look at the thriller in action.
It begins with Ray and his wife Joanne (Lily Rabe) rushing their daughter to the emergency room. After being sent away for further testing, though, Ray’s wife and daughter vanish and all records of their visit disappear. Ray’s concern turns into a desperate race to find his family and discover the truth of what happened to them.
Directed by Brad Anderson, who has previously helmed The Machinist and The Call, the thriller will premiere on Netflix on 11th October.
Here’s the trailer:
Fractured is available on Netflix UK, as part of an £8.99 monthly subscription.
First look: Sam Worthington stars in Netflix thriller Fractured
16th September 2019
Sam Worthington stars in Fractured, Brad Anderson’s new Netflix film, and not only does the previously untitled picture now have a name, it has a release date and some pictures that give us our first look at Worthington in action.
The Avatar star plays Ray, whose wife Joanne (Lily Rabe) and daughter vanish from a hospital. With evidence they were even there in the first place, his world is turned upside-down as he desperately searches for the truth.
Anderson is best known for The Machinist, but has also helmed The Call, starring Halle Berry, and Beirut, staring Jon Hamm. Fractured is written by Alan B. McElroy (Halloween 4, Spawn, Wrong Turn). It will premiere on Netflix on 11th October. Here’s the first image and poster:
Sam Worthington to star in Brad Anderson Netflix film
13th November 2018
Sam Worthington will star in Brad Anderson’s new film for Netflix.
The untitled movie follows a man who must find his courage and hold onto his sanity when his wife and daughter disappear in the middle of an ER visit.
Anderson is best known for The Machinist, but has also helmed The Call, starring Halle Berry, and Beirut, staring Jon Hamm. His new film is written by Alan B. McElroy, who is no stranger to suspense, having penned such titles as Halloween 4, Spawn and Wrong Turn. Paul Schiff, Neal Edelstein and Mike Macari are producing the movie.
Worthington, meanwhile, remains most well-known for James Cameron’s Avatar, but has since appeared in Hacksaw Ridge and Manhunt: Unabomber. With filming currently underway for the many sequels to Avatar, with Worthington reprising his lead role, the Brad Anderson project will come as a relief to fans of the actor that he won’t be tied up with the franchise forever: the film is expected to be released by Netflix in 2019.
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