If you enjoy audiovisual narratives -whose premise is revenge- in the style John wick, with Keanu Reeves; Nobody, with Bob Odenkirk or, recently, Gunpowder Milkshake with Karen Gillan; Kate, starring Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Scott Pilgrim vs. the ex of the girl of his dreams; Birds of prey), is a new opportunity to meet another lethal character. Then see the trailer and do not miss the details of the premiere of this action movie and thriller that joins the catalog of the titan of streaming.
What is it about?
Directed by Cedric Nicolas-Troyan (The hunter and the ice queen), the film is about Kate (Winstead), a hitman who yearns for an ordinary life, but who circumstances work against her because the protagonist has been poisoned and has less than 24 hours to take revenge on her detractors. Along the way, he forges an unexpected connection with the daughter of one of his previous victims.
“After being poisoned, a ruthless killer has less than twenty-four hours to take revenge on her enemies. And another detail: in the midst of the avalanche of death and destruction, an unexpected connection emerges with the daughter of one of his victims.
In addition to Mary Elizabeth Winstead, the film features performances by Woody harrelson, Tadanobu Asano, Elysia Rotaru, Miku Patricia Martineau, Miyavi and Jun Kunimura, among others.
The production team also highlights Jonathan Eusebio, famous stuntman from John Wick; Birds of Prey and Deadpool, who re-teamed with Mary Elizabeth Winstead. In this regard, the actress commented that working with Eusebio again was one of the reasons why she agreed to star in the film:
‘I was instantly attracted to the idea of Kate, when I was first introduced to her and I knew that Jojo [Eusebio] and his team of specialists were to be involved. That instantly piqued my interest, because I had worked with them on Birds of prey and he loved them very much. So the idea of continuing that relationship was exciting. […] Kate is a great character. It felt more challenging than anything I’ve done before on so many levels, both physically and emotionally, and getting as far as the movie does was really exciting for me. ‘via).
Kate reaches the Netflix signal on September 10, 2021.
The entry Kate – Premiere, cast and trailer for the film was first published on Cinema PREMIERE.