Ryan Reynolds is garnering a lot of attention at the moment on Netflix. From one of his biggest flops soaring the charts to one of his most beloved films seemingly leaving the streaming giant, he’s been omnipresent in the news of late.
Goofy and proud, the actor is one of the greatest crass-talking superheroes of our generation in both the Deadpool films. His brilliant comedic timing and effortless humour have always made him a centre of affection. His meaningless yet witty Twitter banter with his wife Blake Lively has also stolen fans’ hearts.
However, fans will be disappointed to know that one of his most beloved 2013 films, Turbo, is leaving Netflix on September 11th, 2021. The animated film directed by David Soren features a star-studded ensemble cast. Alongside Reynolds, there is Snoop Dogg, Paul Giamatti, Michelle Rodriguez, Samuel L. Jackson, Maya Rudolph, Bill Hader, Luis Guzman, and Michael Pena, to name just a few.
The film revolves around a boring, everyday garden snail named Turbo, which is suddenly infused with the power of speed after a freak accident. He competes in the world’s fastest race and puts his entire existence on the line to prove that one must never stop dreaming despite the circumstance.
The film was so popular that it has its very own Netflix spin-off series named Turbo Fast. With big eyes filled with hope, Turbo is the epitome of self-confidence, determination and the desire to achieve the impossible.
Watch the trailer for the film below.