'Little Monsters': Release date, plot, cast, trailer, news and everything else about Lupita Nyong'o's zombie movie
‘Little Monsters’ sees Dave, still heartbroken over his bitter breakup, joining his nephew’s school excursion in order to impress his beautiful teacher.
‘Little Monsters’ is an Australian-American-British comedy horror film which sees an innocent little school excursion led by a young, charming and enigmatic teacher go south because of a zombie invasion. Armed with no weapon other than her resourcefulness, and driven by her responsibility towards the students, Miss Caroline wards off the zombies while trying to keep the children none the wiser.
She is accompanied by a directionless man named Dave who is reeling from a rough breakup, who is eager to please her, and Teddy McGiggle, a children’s television personality, who proves to be more selfish and obnoxious than anything else.
The film, which has its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival on January 27, 2019, is set for worldwide release on November 15, 2019. You can also watch the movie on Neon and Hulu.
‘Little Monsters’ sees Dave, still heartbroken over his bitter breakup, joining his nephew’s school excursion in order to impress his beautiful teacher. However, his plans of wooing her go down the drain when they are forced to follow the itinerary set by an obnoxious and self-serving children’s television personality.
However, things go from bad to worse for Dave after an experiment at a nearby military base goes awry and zombies escape the facility. Along with Miss Caroline and Teddy McGiggle, Dave needs to figure out how to save the children and survive the zombie attack until help gets to them.
The movie stars Kenyan-Mexican actress Lupita Nyong'o as Miss Caroline and Australian star Alexander England as Dave. The role of Dave’s sister Tess is portrayed by Australian actress Kat Stewart and Dave’s nephew Felix is played by child star Diesel La Torraca. Comedian and actor Josh Gad portray the beloved children’s television personality Teddy McGiggle.
Australian film and television actor, director, writer and producer Abe Forsythe has written and directed this comedy horror film. Son of actor and comedian Drew Forsythe, Abe has appeared on many Australian projects, including ‘The Miraculous Mellops,’ ‘Always Greener,’ and ‘The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant.’
He potentially is best known for the 2016 black comedy film he wrote and directed the controversial ‘Down Under,’ which was inspired by the 2005 Cronulla riots.
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