Netflix released the official trailer for “Thunder Force,” which stars Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer as best friends with newly acquired superpowers.
The movie will be streaming exclusively on Netflix starting April 9.
The superhero comedy is directed by Ben Falcone, who previously collaborated s with McCarthy on movies like “Tammy,” “The Boss,” “Life of the Party”, and HBO Max’s “Superintelligence.”
The movie is set to be a satire take on superhero movies.
The trailer sees Lydia (McCarthy) reunite with her childhood finest pal, Emily Stanton (Spencer), a profitable scientist who has created expertise that grants regular people superpowers.
After being instructed not to touch anything, McCarthy accidentally takes the only formula for super strength, and the women become the first real-life superhero team.
When a brand new villain referred to as “The King” (Bobby Cannavale) arrives on the town, it’s as much as the Thunder Force to step up and save Chicago from the wretches of evil.
The trailer’s final scene provides viewers with a sneak peek at the Crab Man (Jason Bateman), who will most definitely be part of forces with Lydia and Emily in their attempt to save Chicago from the superpowered Miscreants.
The movie additionally stars Pom Klementieff, Melissa Leo, Tyrel Jackson Williams, Sarah Baker and Melissa Ponzio.