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‘Vengeance’: Everything We Know About B.J. Novak’s Directorial Debut Movie

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Mystery comedy film Vengeance has hit the screens, and people are wondering where they can watch it. Fortunately for you, Trill Mag is here to tell you exactly how you can watch it and everything else you need to know.

Directorial debut for B.J. Novak

Vengeance is a movie that’s written and directed by B. J. Novak, who also produced and starred in the film. Novak is best recognized for his role as Ryan Howard in The Office. Although many of us remember him as an actor, he’s been working behind the scenes on various television series for a while now, Novak has finally made his directorial debut with his much-anticipated film, Vengeance.

Production team

Blumhouse Productions and Divide/Conquer Production company produced the film. Leigh Kilton and Christopher H. Warner joined in as the executive producers too.


The story involves a radio host from New York City who travels to West Texas to investigate the death of a girl he has been hooking up with.

The Cast

Novak, Boyd Holbrook, Dove Cameron, Issa Rae, Ashton Kutcher, John Mayer, Isabella Amara, J. Smith-Cameron, Lio Tipton, and Zach Villa are present in the cast.

Can I watch it on Netflix?

Unfortunately, the mystery comedy is not available to be streamed on Netflix. However, there’s a likelihood that it could be in the future if Netflix buys the licensing rights. Not to worry, however, because Netflix has a lot of similar content streaming on its platform. There are some recommended movies like the Netflix original movies Murder Mystery and Handsome: A Netflix Mystery Movie. Sorry to Bother You is also a good option.

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