Table of Contents
- They Cloned Tyrone Arrives This Year on Netflix!
- They Cloned Tyrone Release Date: When Will the Movie Come Out?
- They Cloned Tyrone Cast: Who are the Actors Included in the Movie?
- They Cloned Tyrone Crew: Who are the Creative Minds Behind the Scenes?
- They Cloned Tyrone Plot: What Will be the Plot of the Movie?
- Where to Watch They Cloned Tyrone ?
- Is There a Trailer for They Cloned Tyrone ?
One of the major titles teased during Netflix TUDUM Global Event in 2022 is They Cloned Tyrone which is bannered by star-studded actors Jamie Foxx, Teyonah Parris, John Boyega, and Kiefer Sutherland! Check out everything you need to know about it here!
They Cloned Tyrone Arrives This Year on Netflix!
Following the hype the movie got when it was announced during the TUDUM Global Event last year on Netflix, They Cloned Tyrone finally landed a release date and everyone is excited for the trio of John Boyega, Jamie Foxx, and Teyonah Parris.
They Cloned Tyrone is among the titles that will be coming out this year on Netflix.
They Cloned Tyrone Release Date: When Will the Movie Come Out?
Netflix released a save the date video for the titles that are arriving on the streaming platform this year and that includes They Cloned Tyrone which will be coming out on July 21, 2023, a science fiction comedy mystery movie.
They Cloned Tyrone has been highly anticipated since it was teased during Netflix TUDUM Global Event last September and with such a promising ensemble cast, it is finally coming out on Netflix this year! Are you ready for its release?
They Cloned Tyrone Cast: Who are the Actors Included in the Movie?
A star-studded cast banners They Cloned Tyrone with John Boyega as Fontaine, Jamie Foxx as Slick Charles, Teyonah Parris as Yo-yo, Kiefer Sutherland, and J. Alphonse Nicholson. To date, they are the only ones confirmed to be in the movie.
Jamie Foxx has tons of accolades under his belt for his role as Ray Charles in Ray, and Collateral. He also appeared in Dreamgirls, Miami Vice, Uncharted, Django Unchained, Baby Driver, and more.
John Boyega is an award-winning actor best known for his role as Finn in Star Wars sequel trilogy, Imperial Dreams, The Woman King, and Breaking. Teyonah Parris previously appeared on WandaVision, If Beale Street Could Talk, Chi-Raq, among others.
At first, it isn't John Boyega who would be in the film. In February 2019, Eternals star Brian Tyree Henry is first tapped to be part of the movie but in October of the same year, it was revealed that Henry will be replaced by John Boyega.
[This article will be updated if there would be additional cast members.]
They Cloned Tyrone Crew: Who are the Creative Minds Behind the Scenes?
Juel Taylor spearheads the project of They Cloned Tyrone being the director, producer, and writer of the upcoming Netflix movie. Along with him would be Tony Rettenmaier who will pen the script for the sci-fi comdy mystery movie.
Other than Taylor, the producers of They Cloned Tyrone are Hamie Foxx, Datari Turner, Tony Rettenmaier, Charles D. King, and Stephen "Dr." Love.
The cinematography of the movie is also highly anticipated and it is in the hands of Ken Seng with the editor Saira Haider. The music is from Pierre Charles. The principal photography of the series was in Atlanta, Georgia which started in December 2020.
MACRO Media is the production company behind They Cloned Tyrone and it will be distributed on Netflix internationally.
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They Cloned Tyrone Plot: What Will be the Plot of the Movie?
The official synopsis of They Cloned Tyrone is as follows:
"A series of eerie events thrusts an unlikely trio onto the trail of a nefarious government conspiracy in this pulpy mystery caper."
They Cloned Tyrone will be following a group of unlikely people being together to uncover a government conspiracy where they realize that experiments are being done on people.
Similar to Stranger Things, They Cloned Tyrone is similar to a government-funded experiments on people called as the Tuskegee Syphilis Study where black males were observed for the effects of syphilis on people.
While the experiment proved to be a success given that syphilis got a treatment by the end of the study, what makes it inhumane is that the test subjects, who are people, were not informed of how dangerous the experiment is, thus, there were more than 100 people who died.
The preview of They Cloned Tyrone showed the trio walking into a laboratory full of apparatus and they encounter a scientist which Boyega apprehends. It cuts to a scene where Teyonah Parris were holding some tubes of chemicals which seem dangerous for a person who does not seem to understand the science behind.
Also, the characters of Boyega, Parris, and Foxx are quite on different ends of the spectrum but with one common goal, they may just be the perfect combination to solve a mystery together.
Where to Watch They Cloned Tyrone?
They Cloned Tyrone will be exclusively releasing on Netflix.
Netflix plans offers subscriptions depending on the inclusions, the number of people that could share the account, and the ads that comes with it. The Basic Plan costs $9.99 per month, the Standard Plan costs $15.99 per month, and the Premium Plan costs $19.99 per month.
Is There a Trailer for They Cloned Tyrone?
Yes! There is already a teaser for They Cloned Tyrone which was unveiled during Netflix's 2022 TUDUM Global Event last September and it featured the song of the Gap Band, You Dropped a Bomb on Me from 1982.
Recently, Netflix has had a roster of songs from different eras of music on various shows such as Running Up That Hill by Kate Bush on Stranger Things, and the songs for the dance on Wednesday. It seems that the stream of songs from the 80s continues on Netflix.
The trailer drew a lot of attention, especially to critics who noted that there is some Blaxploitation influence on the preview, meaning that there is an ethnic subgenre of exploitation films in the trailer.
The premise even reminds of the Tuskegee Syphilis Study, which is a government-funded medical experiment in Tuskegee, Alabama where they tested on Black subjects as noted by Jeremy Fuster of The Wrap.
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