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Do Revenge on Netflix: Plot, Date, Cast, and the Latest Buzz Around Dark Comedy Movies

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The highly anticipated dark and mysterious high school comedy Do Revenge will be released worldwide on Netflix on September 16, 2022

So many of us grew up watching high school comedy movies like Mean Girls, which offer the perfect blend of drama and comedy. Such films are cult classics that still have cult status today. For fans who enjoy watching high school comedy movies, Netflix brings a completely new and unique dark high school comedy film, Do Revenge.

According to Netflix, the official synopsis for the movie Do Revenge reads: “After a secret sweet encounter, Drea (Alpha, fallen It girl) and Eleanor (Beta, new alternative girl) team up to pursue each other’s tormentors. Do Revenge is a subverted hitchock-style dark comedy starring the creepiest protagonists of them all: teenage girls.”

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When will Do Revenge be released and where can you watch it?

The highly anticipated dark and mysterious high school comedy, Do Revenge, will be released worldwide on Netflix on September 16, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. ET.

Not much has been revealed about the plot of the film, but according to the synopsis, it revolves around two teenage high schoolers, Drea (Camila Mendes) and Eleanor (Maya Hawke). While Drea is an alpha and the school’s fallen “it” girl, Eleanor, the beta is an “alternative” girl at the school. These two girls end up having a secret meeting at school. They then team up and devise a foolproof plan to get revenge on each other’s bullies and tormentors. It will be amazing to see how quickly Drea and Eleanor take over their school to teach these thugs a lesson in this dark and gripping black high school comedy.

The following star cast has been confirmed for the film,

Camila Mendes as a dream:

The 28-year-old star is best loved by her global fans for her nuanced and exemplary performance as Veronica in the iconic and hit Netflix series Riverdale. She has also wowed audiences with her versatility as an actress, effortlessly performing different types of roles in films such as The New Romantic, The Perfect Date, Dangerous Lies and also the critically acclaimed film Palm Springs. embodied. She will be starring as Drea in the much-discussed black high school comedy Do Revenge, coming soon to Netflix.

The rest of the star cast for Do Revenge includes actors Maya Hawke, Austin Abrams, Rish Shah, Talia Ryder, Alisha Boe, Ava Capri, Jonathan Daviss, Maia Reficco, Paris Berelc and Sophie Turner.

Who is starring in Do Revenge?

Do Revenge is a glitzy but delicious dark comedy about two young women who team up to take down each other’s bullies. This unlikely pair consists of queen bee Drea, who wants to even it out and get back at her boyfriend (Austin Abrams) for releasing her sex tape, and transfer student Eleanor, whose sexuality was deliberately revealed by a student who sparked rumors about how Eleanor tried to hold her and kiss her, making her a laughingstock at school. So, after an unexpected run-in, Drea and Eleanor decide to do each other’s dirty work.

In a recent interview with Elle.com, director Jennifer Kaytin Robinson, who provided an insight into the mysterious dark comedy, said: “I think there are different points in this story where everyone is the villain and everyone is the hero. And that’s so much of what growing up is. I wanted to do something that paints with all the colors of youth.”

Opening up about casting the best stars as cast members for the film, Robinson added, “We joke they’re like the young Hollywood Avengers. They call themselves The Revengers, which we love. But they weren’t just cast because they’re “teen kings,” they’re all just really talented. And they were the best people for those parts.”

Discussing how she decided to cast Camila as the lead in the film, Robinson says, “I will say, in Camila’s band, I stopped it after about five seconds, picked up the phone and called Peter Cron and producer Anthony Bregman and said, “We have Drea.” It’s Camila. I literally didn’t even finish it. I watched her say about four lines and I thought, ‘And that’s it.’ And I started crying.”

The director revealed that it was the same with the casting of Maya, where she literally moved the entire production and shooting schedule to Miami, saying, “It had to be Maya. And so the film was set to take place in Los Angeles; We rescheduled it and shot it in Atlanta so we could shoot it at the same time as Stranger Things. And I rewrote it and reset it in Miami. … They were so perfect that we postponed production because if we had waited for Maya after Stranger Things, we would have lost Cami. And if we had Cami in LA, we wouldn’t have Maya. I thought, ‘No, it has to be both.’ So we moved the whole film six weeks before production.”

The film Do Revenge was directed by notable filmmaker Jennifer Kaytin Robinson. The film was written by Jennifer Kaytin Robinson and Celeste Ballard.

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