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‘Damsel’ Release Date, Synopsis, Cast, And More

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Another fantasy and drama flick is on its way from Millie Bobby Brown on Netflix. As we know, Brown is one of the most sought-after actresses on Netflix. 

Brown stars in one of the biggest shows on Netflix, Stranger Things, and one of the masterpieces ‘Enola Holmes.’ And now her latest film titled Damsel is on its way, and fans are more than eager to watch it. The principal photography for the film started in February 2022 and wrapped up on July 1. 

Juan Carlos Fresnadillo directs the film, and the screenplay is written by Dan Mazeau. Brown is the executive producer for Mazeau, Chris Castaldi, and Zack Roth. 

And here are some important details to discuss in the movie. 

Damsel Cast & Details

News publisher Deadline has recently revealed that some new cast members have been added to Damsel, and the complete list is here:

  • Millie Bobby Brown as Princess Elodie
  • Angela Bassett as Lady Bayford, Elodie’s stepmother
  • Robin Wright as Queen Isabelle
  • Ray Winstone as the King
  • Nick Robinson as Prince Henry
  • Brooke Carter
  • Shohreh Aghdashloo

Damsel Release Date

Luckily we have a release date. Film Damsel will be released on Friday, October 13, 2023, at 12:00 a.m. PT/3:00 a.m. ET. 

Damsel Synopsis

The official synopsis is still unclear, but we understand the fantasy film with Damsel well. The story of the film revolves around a princess who is in a phase of thinking of marrying a prince, and she is only to find out she’s being sacrificed to a dragon. 

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