Netflix Benji launches in March, trailer out now
America’s favorite ol’ small fluffy dog Benji is back, and he has found a new home on Netflix. Watch a entrance trailer for a full, feature-length film in a actor below.
A complicated day retelling of a classic, a story of Benji follows one orphaned puppy and Carter and Frankie, dual erratic New Orleans propagandize kids who strike adult a loyalty with a devoted travel dog. When risk befalls them and they finish adult kidnapped by robbers who are in over their heads, Benji and his scabby sidekick come to a rescue.
The film is written, destined and constructed by Brandon Camp (Love Happens), whose father Joe Camp wrote, destined and constructed a strange film. Jason Blum (Get Out, Paranormal Activity) also served as writer for a movie.
Benji stars Kiele Sanchez (Lost, The Glades), Gabriel Bateman (Stalker) and Darby Camp (Big Little Lies).
The 1974 family film was a large warn tellurian hit, making over $45 million on only a $500,000 budget and spawning a authorization that lasted 4 some-more successful films. The thesis song “I Feel Love” won a Golden Globe for Best Original Song, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song.
Catch a new adventures of a cute, cuddly golden dog on Netflix when Benji releases worldwide on Mar 16.