The comedy-drama film Troop Zero has been released, and fans are extremely excited to see what the movie has to offer. Directed by Bert & Bertie, Troop Zero is based on 2010’s Christmas and Jubilee Behold The Meteor Shower, and the screenplay is provided by Lucy Alibar.
The movie has managed to impress the audiences, and if the early reviews are anything to go by, it’s safe to assume that this comedy-drama will surely bring a smile in your face. The story is quite simple, yet it does a great job of delivering it with a powerful message. We have gathered all the recent updates and information regarding the movie, so here is everything you need to know about Troop Zero.
Troop Zero Story
The story of Troop Zero revolves around an elementary girl named Christmas Flint. She has a very humble life in a small trailer park, however, her ambitions soar the heavens. She has her eyes set on the outer space, and when the opportunity kicks in, she wastes no time to capitalize on it. A chance arrives in the form of a competition that will get included in NASA’s landmark Golden Record, and she is quick to form a group of ‘misfits’ to win a chance to transform her life.
Those who will win the annually conducted Birdie Scout Jamboree talent contest will have an opportunity to go to space for ‘posterity,’ and Christmas makes it her primary aim to join the scouts. The plot follows the central character and her group through the struggles and adventures as they try to reach their dreams.
According to the latest updates, Troop Zero has got a strong 77% approval rating and an average score of 6.59 on Rotten Tomatoes.
Who is in Troop Zero Cast?
The cast of the movie includes Viola Davis as Miss Rayleen, Mckenna Grace as Christmas Flint, Jim Gaffigan as Ramsey Flint, Charlie Shotwell as Joseph, Allison Janney as Miss Massey, and others.
When is Troop Zero update?
The film made its official debut on 1st February 2019 at the Sundance Film Festival and was released worldwide on 17th January 2020 on Amazon Prime. Tune in to the streaming platform to catch the action if you haven’t already.