Hollywood clichés attack! The trailer has Rob Lowe shattering the film’s tropes



The meet-cute. The jump is scary. Time bombs. We’ve all seen the clichés Hollywood uses. Some feel too practical for lazy screenwriters and some just make our eyes roll. But why are they so common? This is what the Netflix special The attack on Hollywood clichés is about to collapse.

The special, presented by Rob lowe, will bring together more than 25 Hollywood stars, including actors, journalists, film critics, screenwriters, producers, composers and comedians to talk about artistic creation and how the clichés come to reflect it. From funny to weird and controversial, they will dissect while using footage from some of the most famous films in cinema history.


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The trailer released by Netflix gives a look at some common snaps that will be discussed in the special, such as car chases, brawls, angry office sweeps and many more. The films presented include Forrest Gump, mastodon, Independence day, RIPD, Thesilenceofthelambs, Titanic, and others. Surprisingly, there are even brief images of Southern Song, the Disney movie has decided never to be released on personal video due to its content, so it will be interesting to see how deep the conversation goes.

Guests from The attack on Hollywood clichés understand Florence pugh, Aisha Harris, Andie MacDowell, Andrew Garfield, Richard E. Grant, James the king, Mark strong, Jonathan ross, Sam hargrave, Sanjeev Bhaskar, and The Lucas brothers.

Netflix premieres The attack on Hollywood clichés worldwide on September 28. Watch the trailer for The attack on Hollywood clichés below.

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