This year, Amazon is coming up with great movies and shows for which we are eagerly waiting. We will get a new sci-fi drama movie titled The Map of Tiny Perfect Things that is inspired by the short story of the identical name by Lev Grossman. The upcoming Prime Video original film is penned by Grossman and Ian Samuels is the director. The sci-fi drama movie is produced by Akiva Goldsman.
The upcoming movie will feature Kathryn Newton and Kyle Allen in the lead roles. We have come up with all the details for the sci-fi drama movie, so keep reading and don’t miss anything:
Release Date Of The Map of Tiny Perfect Things
The Map of Tiny Perfect Things was announced back in late 2019. The filming of the sci-fi drama movie commenced in the previous year in Alabama. Then it was revealed that Amazon will release the film on its streaming service Prime Video. The great thing is that the production is already completed for the sci-fi drama movie. We already got a release date for the Amazon film.
So, The Map of Tiny Perfect Things will release on Amazon Prime Video on February 12, 2021. You can watch the small teaser for the sci-fi drama movie here:
Cast Of The Map of Tiny Perfect Things
Below are the cast members who will appear in the upcoming sci-fi drama movie:
- Kathryn Newton as Margaret
- Kyle Allen as Mark
- Anna Mikami
- Jermaine Harris
- Cleo Fraser as Emma
- Jorja Fox
- Josh Hamilton
- Al Madrigal as Mr. Pepper
Plot Of The Map of Tiny Perfect Things
The upcoming sci-fi drama movie of Amazon took elements from the short story of The Map of Tiny Perfect Things by Lev Grossman. So we will see the story of two teenagers who just live the same day frequently, which allows them to create the titular map. So the upcoming movie will be romantic also, and it will involve lots of drama. For now, there is limited information for the story of the upcoming movie. We will come back with more news for the sci-fi drama movie soon.
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