Netflix Released The Trailer For One Of Its Most Expensive Films Ever And People Can't Wait To See It

"The Irishman" is coming to Netflix and select theatres this fall.
Netflix Released The Trailer For One Of Its Most Expensive Films Ever And People Can't Wait To See It

When it comes to movies, we all know that casting plays a major role. If your favourite actor ever is going to be starring in a new film, the chances of you going to see it are pretty high, but if a movie is full of people you've never heard of, you're a lot less likely to check it out. Netflix released The Irishman trailer and the cast is seriously epic.

Lately, Netflix has seriously stepped their game up when it comes to A-list casting. Obviously, they still introduce plenty of newcomers in their original shows and movies, but the streaming service has also made sure to include your favourite celebrities in their latest projects.

One of Netflix's latest projects is a blockbuster film called The  Irishman. The film stars Academy Award winners Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci. The film tells the story of organized crime in post-war America through the eyes of a World War II veteran.

The Irishman tells stories that span over several decades, including the mysterious disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, a legendary American union boss, and how organized crime and politics were secretly linked in the country for years.

The upcoming movie is just one of Netflix's three major ongoing projects. The Irishman is estimated to have a budget of about $200 million, but the streaming service has also announced that Red Notice, starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson will have a similar budget, and 6 Underground starring Ryan Reynolds is sitting around $150 million.

The Irishman doesn't have an official release date yet, but according to the trailer that was put out by Netflix just yesterday it will be available for streaming and in select theatres at some point in the fall of 2019.

You can watch the trailer for the highly anticipated Netflix original film below.