ADAM THROUGH TIME NETFLIX. Ryan Reynolds goes back in time in the latest sci-fi movie on Netflix. Will ‘Adam Through Time’ Get a Sequel?
[Mis à jour le 12 mars 2022 à 12h00] Adam through time was released on Netflix on March 11, 2022. The film directed by Shawn Levy has, on paper at least, all the ingredients to be a success on the streaming platform: a comedy about family ties, the trip to the time for science fiction fans, or even a five-star cast (Ryan Reynolds, Zoe Saldana, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner…). However, it seems that the feature film will not be entitled to a sequel.
Director Shawn Levy (Free Guy) explained the fact that there would definitely be no movie Adam through time 2 to Indiewire: “The subject of a sequel has been raised. Ryan [Reynolds] and I discussed it and we concluded that the film corresponded exactly to what we had in mind. So I think we’ll just leave things as they are […] I don’t plan on doing a sequel to the movie, because it ends exactly how I wanted it to.”
- Ryan Reynolds Adam Reed
- Walter Scobell as Adam Reed as a child
- Jennifer Garner: Ellie Reed
- Mark RuffaloLouis Reed
- Zoe SaldanaLaura
- Catherine KeenerMaya Sorian
- Alex Mallari Jr.: Christos
- Ben Wilkinson: Derek
- Braxton Bjerken as Ray Dollarhyde
- Esther Ming Li as Sophie
- Milo ShandelProfessor
- Kasra WongChuck
Adam through time is a film that will not be released in cinemas in France. Indeed, it is a production of the Netflix streaming platform. In this sense, it is only accessible to its subscribers. It is therefore sufficient to have an account on the site to be able to discover Adam through time streaming legal since its release on March 11, 2022. The film starring Ryan Reynolds should not be available on any other platform.
Will Netflix subscribers need to find out Adam through time? No, according to The Parisian, who believes that the film directed by Shawn Levy (Free guy) is “a disappointment”, deploring “the weakness of the scenario and the lack of mastery of the whole”. Yes, if we listen Tele-Leisure, which salutes “an ultra-pleasant adventure film” with a “clever script”. According to the media specializing in television, the charm of the Netflix film operates thanks to “its very nice duo of main actors”, Ryan Reynolds and Walker Scobell. Allocinated finally judges that if “the plot of time travel has nothing original, it is ultimately only a pretext to tell a poignant family story with an involved and generous cast as much in the action sequences full of special effects than in emotional scenes.” On American review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, Shawn Levy’s film receives 70% positive reviews from the press, and 92% from viewers.
Is a sequel planned for Adam through time? If this sci-fi family comedy promises to be a success on Netflix, it seems that for the moment, there is no second episode in preparation. In any case, this is what director Shawn Levy explained to Indiewire: “The subject of a sequel has been raised. Ryan [Reynolds] and I discussed it and we concluded that the film corresponded exactly to what we had in mind. So I think we’ll just leave things as they are […] I don’t plan on doing a sequel to the movie, because it ends exactly how I wanted it to.”