Deadline exclusively reports that Netflix have acquired the rights to Legendary Pictures-produced sci-fi action film Spectral starring James Badge Dale, Emily Mortimer and Bruce Greenwood.
The film focuses on a brilliant DARPA scientist who embarks on a deadly mission with a Special Ops team of Delta Force soldiers into a battle-scarred, war-torn city, where mysterious phantom aggressors code-named Spectral have been causing inexplicable civilian deaths.
The film is based on a story by Ian Fried and Nic Mathieu, with the latter directing the film on a script penned by George Nolfi. The film was shot primarily on location in various streets and buildings in Budapest, Hungary, looking to rely on practical effects and locations to create and authentic and gritty atmosphere to plant the film firmly in reality. Junkie XL composed the score for this film, while Jillian Share served as Producer. The cast also includes Clayne Crawford, Max Martini, Ryan Robbins, Ursula Parker, Cory Hardrict, Gonzalo Menendez, James D. Dever, Louis Ozawa Changchien, Royce Pierreson and Jimmy Akingbola.
Spectral will be available on the streaming service on the 9th December 2016.