Paramount+ announces Secret Headquarters, a new superhero movie starring Owen Wilson that is set to debut exclusively on the streaming service.
Paramount+ announces Secret Headquarters, a new superhero film starring Owen Wilson. Produced by Paramount+ and Jerry Bruckheimer Films, Secret Headquarters is an original superhero movie directed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman, whose previous work has seen them helm two installments of the Paranormal Activity franchise and Nerve. However, this is also not their first foray into superhero films, having also directed Project Power. Joost and Schulman also co-wrote the screenplay for Secret Headquarters with Christopher Yost, co-writer of Thor: Ragnarok, and Josh Koenigsberg, who wrote for Orange Is the New Black.
A press release from Paramount+ announced Secret Headquarters with Wilson, who previously acted in the genre with Loki, leading a stellar cast. The family-friendly superhero movie also stars Walker Scobell (The Adam Project), Jesse Williams (Grey’s Anatomy), Keith L. Williams (Good Boys), Momona Tamada (The Baby-Sitters Club), Abby James Witherspoon (Hot Pursuit), and Michael Peña (Ant-Man). The plot revolves around a group of kids who discover the secret headquarters of a notorious superhero. Check out the official synopsis of Secret Headquarters below:
“While hanging out after school, Charlie and his friends discover the headquarters of the world’s most powerful superhero hidden beneath his home. When villains attack, they must team up to defend the headquarters and save the world.”
Tanya Giles, chief programming officer for Paramount Streaming, said, “Secret Headquarters is the perfect action-packed summer film for the whole family, making it a perfect fit for Paramount+ and our mountain of entertainment geared toward the whole household.” The film is slated to hit the streaming service in August, offering families an original take on the superhero genre. Further details on Secret Headquarters will be available as the movie nears release.
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