Netflix has acquired the global exclusive streaming rights (excluding existing deals in Mainland China, former Yugoslavia, and the Indian region) to the Chinese film Super Me, which will premiere theatrically in Mainland China on April 9.
The film stars Darren Wang, Song Jia, and Cao Bingkun and is directed by Zhang Chong making it his second movie after The Fourth Wall.
In Super Me, struggling writer Sang Yu (Darren Wang), has always dreamt of becoming a successful screenwriter. He writes non-stop, stays awake, and stresses out to finish a script he’s been paid by his friend, San Ge (Cao Bingkun), to complete. Plagued by the nightmares of a demon who wants to kill him, Sang Yu tries to stay awake and becomes an insomniac. One day, he discovers that he possesses a superpower – making his dreams a reality, which he uses to his own advantage. As his lifestyle improves, he encounters Qiang Ge (Wu Gang), a ruthless gangster, who uses Sang Yu as a tool to achieve his fortune. Along the way, Sang Yu is able to pursue Hua Er (Song Jia), his crush since childhood, and the love of his life.
Netflix has not announced a release date for the film as of yet.
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