When he debuted on Netflix in December 2017, Bright received many negative reviews from critics. The review noted that the film ignores the implications of racism and antisocial stratification, which came with magical beings living alongside humans, while neither failed—new or interesting ideas about the magical tradition. Despite critical outrage, Bright was reported to have received more than 11 million views during its first three days on Netflix, with the stars of the film, Smith, and Edgerton supporting the story.
Here you will get to know everything regarding the Bright 2:
The expected release date of the Bright 2:
Bright two was originally slated to start filming in the spring of 2019, but that delay was delayed. In January 2020, director David Ayer confirmed that Bright 2 was still in the works and that he expected things to continue. Of course, Hollywood closed in March due to coronaviruses, so it’s not entirely clear at this point when Bright 2 will start filming, let alone launch.
The expected storyline of the show:
As Netflix hired a director and orchestrated the return of Bright Stars Will Smith and Joel Edgerton to Bright 2, the original movie’s most obvious question is about fans about what the sequel will be. Unfortunately, even though the script for Bright 2 is finished and polished, the studio keeps the plot details secret for the movie.
So yeah, if we’re completely honest, we have to tell him that we really have no idea what Bright 2 will be about. But as Smith and Edgerton’s return is confirmed, you can bet that the average streets of Los Angeles will be back in action, and this LAPD Some fell headlong into a great magical adventure.
The star cast of the movie:
- Will Smith as Daryl Ward
- Joel Edgerton as Nick Jakoby
- Noomi Rapace as Leilah
- Lucy Fry as Tikka
- Édgar Ramírez as Kandomere
- Ike Barinholtz as Pollard
- Happy Anderson as Hildebrandt Ulysses Montehugh
- Dawn Olivieri as Sherri Ward
- Matt Gerald as Hicks
- Margaret Cho as Ching
- Brad William Henke as Dorghu
- Jay Hernandez as Rodriguez
- Veronica Ngo as Tien
- Alex Meraz as Serafin
- Nadia Gray as Larika
- Joseph Piccuirro as Brown