In the Netflix movie Spaceman, astronaut Jakub Procházka ventures on a dangerous solo mission to Venus. We tell you all the info about the cast, plot and launch of the sci-fi drama!
- The new Netflix movie features Adam Sandler in the role of an astronaut.
- An imaginary spider accompanies the lonely astronaut through space.
- The sci-fi drama is scheduled to be added to the streaming service’s lineup in fall 2023.
Based on the novel “A Short History of Bohemian Spaceflight” (original title “Spaceman Of Bohemia”) by Jaroslav Kalfar, this Netflix original tells the story of astronaut Jakub Procházka, who embarks on a dangerous solo mission.
Spaceman: Start Date
The sci-fi drama is scheduled to be available exclusively on streaming provider Netflix starting in the fall of 2023. An exact date has not yet been set. We will keep you up to date here with any news in this regard.
Jakub Procházka spent his childhood as an orphan with his grandparents in the Czech Republic. He pursued his dream of becoming an astronaut at an early age and eventually succeeded. When he receives the solo mission to fly to Venus and collect samples of ancient dust from there, he has to leave his previous life behind, including his wife. During his mission, he is joined by a creature that has been in the spaceship since the beginning of time.
The main role of astronaut Jakub Procházka is played by “Murder Mystery” actor Adam Sandler. He is joined in front of the camera by Carey Mulligan (“The Great Gatsby”), Paul Dano (“The Fabelmans”), Kunal Nayyar (“The Big Bang Theory”) and Isabella Rossellini.
Currently there is no official trailer for “Spaceman”. Should this change in the future, you will find it here.
The script for the film, which is based on the novel “A Short History of Bohemian Space Flight” by Jaroslav Kalfar, was written by Colby Day. While Johan Renck served as executive director, Channing Tatum, Reid Carolin, Peter Kiernan, Michael Parets, Tim Headington, Lia Buman and Max Silva, among others, were responsible for the production.