Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson clearly had a good time to make Captain Marvel and they are back to a completely different movie in Unicorn Store . Larson not only stars in the comedy, she also directed and produced it. In the Netflix movie – which starts streaming on April 5, the same day Shazam! hits theaters – a woman named Kit receives a mysterious invitation that would fulfill her childhood dreams. Samuel L. Jackson's character, The Salesman, invites her to The Store, a place that sells "what you need." To Kit, it's a unicorn. Check out the trailer:
Unicorn Store kind of has a Willy Wonka / Stephen King's Needful Things vibe about it, at least from the trailer. It's also stars, Joan Cusack, Bradley Whitford, Karan Soni, Mamoudou Athie, Mary Holland and Hamish Linklater.
Unicorn Store marks Brie Larson's direct movie play. The comedy film is actually filmed at the end of 2016, before Captain Marvel and screened at the Toronto International Film Festival in September 2017. It gets another prominent release now on Netflix due to the soon-to-billion dollar film with both Brie Larson and Samuel L. Jackson.
Brie Larson shot worldwide fame as Captain Marvel, who is in the lead of the MCU, but she was given the role of hot by her best actress Oscar for Room . And some of us have loved her since she played Toni Collette's troubled teen in the Showtime series United States of Tara . This Unicorn Store role as a whimsical, immature, lost soul kit seems like a great contrast to Larson's more serious strength as Carol Danvers in this Marvel movie. It will be refreshing to see her in a comedy in the back of the MCU movie.
Of course, fans already have fun bursting jokes about how this movie looks Captain Marvel ] on drugs, and Thanos must really messed with the reality of putting Carol Danvers and Nick Fury in this unicorn movie. There are also lots of Goose jokes, and wonder where the Multi-cat can be in this movie. Because it's not a true teammup without the right hero.
Unicorn Store written by Samantha McIntyre, currently has a 68% fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, but it's only from 19 reviews. Fans can judge the movie for themselves when it streams on April 5th. Here are several movies on the main line for Netflix in April, and don't forget all the incredible movies that were directed to theaters in April, as another starring Brie Larson called Avengers: Endgame .