Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas is an upcoming American computer screen thriller film. It is written and directed by Nick Johnson and
Will Merrick (in their directorial debuts), from a story by Sev Ohanian and Aneesh Chaganty. Apparently, the
film also serves as a standalone sequel to the 2018 film Searching. Furthermore, the film stars Storm Reid,
Joaquim de Almeida, Ken Leung, Amy Landecker, Daniel Henney, and Nia Long in the lead roles. In addition to
that, the film is all set to hit the theaters on January 20, 2023, by Sony Pictures Releasing under their Screen
Moreover, the plotline for the film follows June, a girl whose mother Grace has recently started dating a new
man, Kevin. The new couple decides to go on vacation to Colombia, leaving June home alone. When her mother
goes missing, June tries reaching out to the FBI and local authorities, but with no success, forcing her to stream
online to ask people to find her missing mother.
If you are one of the Searching lovers and cannot wait for this upcoming film Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas, then what are you waiting
for? Following are all the interesting details about the film that you must know ahead of its release.
Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas (2023): Cast
As of now, we are unable to provide the exact list of the entire cast and crew of the film. However, we managed
to get you the information about the main characters and cast of the film. Check it out below:
Storm Reid as June Allen
Ken Leung as Kevin Lim, Grace’s new boyfriend
Nia Long as Grace Allen
Joaquim de Almeida as Javier Ramos
Daniel Henney as Elijah Park
Michael Segovia as Angel
Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas (2023): Plot
According to the reports, the plotline begins when her mother disappears while on vacation in Colombia with her
new boyfriend, June’s search for answers is hindered by international red tape. Stuck thousands of miles away in
Los Angeles, June creatively uses all the latest technology at her fingertips to try and find her before it’s too late.
But as she digs deeper, her digital sleuthing raises more questions than answers… and when June unravels
secrets about her mom, she discovers that she never really knew her at all.
Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas (2023): Release Date
Sadly, the film will not be available until 2023. However, its not far from now. Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas is all set and scheduled
for a theatrical release on January 20, 2023, by Sony Pictures Releasing under their Screen Gems banner.
Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas directors
Co-directing Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas are Will Merrick and Nick Johnson. The project serves as Merrick and Johnson’s first time
directing a full-length film. However, both were previously editors of the Searching movie.
Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas reviews
So far, it looks like many critics are impressed with the film as it has an 84% on Rotten Tomatoes(opens in new
Mark Kennedy of the Associated Press(opens in new tab) states:
"Merrick and Johnson have so many twists and turns and reverses up their sleeve that you may feel you, too,
may have something to do with the disappearance of June’s mother (Nia Long, always a pleasure.)"
Benjamin Lee of The Guardian(opens in new tab) says:
"... it’s entertaining enough to show that this particular series does have more battery life."
How long is Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas
Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas has a runtime of just under two hours at one hour and 51 minutes.
What is Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas rated?
Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas has a rating of PG-13 in the US, while it has been rated a 15 in the UK.
Is there a Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas trailer?
A trailer for Bts Yet To Come In Cinemas was released at New York Comic-Con 2022. Teen Wolf creator Jeff Davis promised that the
film would service all of the fans' favorite characters from the series (save for Stilinski), and that shows in the
previews—especially with Allison Argent's appearance.
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