The movie They Cloned Tyrone is largely of a very unique and new genre which is Sci-fi Comedy. Streaming giant Netflix has just premiered the upcoming Sci-fi comedy to keep fans updated on it!!!

To know more about this upcoming movie which is actually interesting and attractive read this article till the end!!!

They cloned Tyrone Trailer:

The first official trailer of The Sci-fi Comedy was released by Netflix on September 24, 2022 during Netflix’s TUDUM event.

If you have not seen the trailer of the movie yet you can click on the link below to access the same:

The trailer starts with a scene being shot in an elevator. Despite holding guns, a hilarious and hilarious moment is shared between Parris and Foxx’s characters singing Mary J. Blige’s “I’m Goin’ Down.”

In addition to the serious and intense mystery at center stage of the film, the story promises some great laugh out loud moments along the way with the trio dynamic. In the film there will be experiments, surveillance, and kidnapping.

They Cloned Tyrone Release Date:

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They Cloned Tyrone is an R-rated sci-fi comedy that’s all set to be released on the streaming platform Netflix with a current issue date of December 30, 2022.

But if there are further delays in filming or post-production work then the release of the film may shift to early 2023 but nothing is confirmed yet so we can only speculate!!!!

As of now there isn’t any announcement that the film will be released in cinemas, it is just limited to an OTT release.

The possible plot of the Movie.

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It is largely a comic element mixed with a stirring mystery and a potential commentary on the experiences and events of the Black community.

The short and precise synopsis of the film’s crunched and accurate release from Netflix states that:

“A series of strange events puts an unlikely trio (John Boyega, Jamie Foxx, and Teyonah Parris) on the trail of a sinister government conspiracy.”

Furthermore, the more elaborate synopsis reads like this:

“A pulp and sci-fi mystery caper in which an unlikely trio investigate a series of weird events, alerting them to a sinister conspiracy that lies directly under their hood.

Fontaine, a drug dealer in the neighborhood, is shot dead by his rival Isaac and is then very shocked when he wakes up unhurt in his bed the next morning. He and Slick Charles and Yo-Yo begin looking into the incident, and their search ultimately leads them to an enormous underground complex where a government-backed laboratory is conducting experiments on the local Black population.

Realizing that he’s an artificial clone controlled by Nixon, Fontaine initially feels despair, but decides that he needs to stand up to these white institutional lords for the nice of his neighborhood.”

Using the above official plot of the film you can easily decide if you’re watching this or not.

So I hope all of your doubts are clear by now and thanks for reading 🙂