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Netflix reveals first look at Michelle Yeoh’s character in new fantasy film ‘The School for Good and Evil’

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  • Netflix unveiled a first look at the upcoming fantasy film “The School for Good and Evil,” featuring Michelle Yeoh.

  • The streaming service shared a photo from the movie to Twitter, writing, "Here is your #GoldenFirstLook at Michelle Yeoh as Professor Emma Anemone in The School for Good and Evil coming to Netflix this October! Because there truly is no one better suited to teach beautification."

  • “The School for Good and Evil” will be released on Netflix on Oct. 21.

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Netflix has given viewers a first look at the upcoming fantasy film “The School for Good and Evil,” starring “Everything Everywhere All at Once” star Michelle Yeoh. 

The streaming service shared a photo from the movie to Twitter, featuring Yeoh as the School for Good’s beautification professor Emma Anemone. 

The Netflix Golden account wrote: “Here is your #GoldenFirstLook at Michelle Yeoh as Professor Emma Anemone in The School for Good and Evil coming to Netflix this October! Because there truly is no one better suited to teach beautification.”

“The School for Good and Evil” is based on the novel of the same name by Soman Chainani. It follows best friends Sophie (Sophia Anne Caruso) and Agatha (Sofia Wylie) as they are taken to an enchanted school against their will and trained to become the villains and heroes of fairy tales. 

Kerry Washington and Charlize Theron star as the teachers that guide the two along their journey. Sir Ben Kingsley, Laurence Fishburne, Rachel Bloom and Rob Delaney also star, with Cate Blanchett lending her voice as the film’s narrator. 

“The School for Good and Evil” will be released on Netflix on Oct. 21.

 

Feature Image via Netflix Golden

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