Netflix today debuted first look images from the upcoming film Reptile coming to the streaming platform on October 6th. Directed by Grant Singer, Reptile‘s screenplay is written by Grant Singer, Benjamin Brewer, and Benicio Del Toro, with the story by Grant Singer and Benjamin Brewer.

The logline reads: ” Following the brutal murder of a young real estate agent, a hardened detective attempts to uncover the truth in a case where nothing is as it seems, and by doing so dismantles the illusions in his own life.”

Benicio Del Toro as Tom Nichols in Reptile. Photo by: Daniel McFadden/Netflix

The film stars Benicio Del Toro (The French Dispatch, Sicario), Justin Timberlake (Palmer, Inside Llewyn Davis), Eric Bogosian (Uncut Gems, Law & Order: Criminal Intent), Alicia Silverstone (Perpetrator, The Lodge), Domenick Lombardozzi (Tulsa King, The Family), Frances Fisher (The Sinner, Titanic), Ato Essandoh (The Diplomat, Jason Bourne), Michael Pitt (Seven Psychopaths, Funny Games), Karl Glusman (Nocturnal Animals, Love), Matilda Lutz (A Classic Horror Story, Medici), and Owen Teague (IT, Bloodline).

Justin Timberlake as Will Grady in Reptile. Photo by: Netflix

“I think the movie will be exciting to people who like to watch something where you don’t know where it’s leading you, where a film is going to have twists and turns and deceive you. And people who like things that are intense and visceral and suspenseful, I think they’ll find something exciting in this,” says Reptile director, Grant Singer.

(L-R): Justin Timberlake as Will Grady and Frances Fisher as Camille in Reptile. Photo by: Netflix
(L-R): Benicio Del Toro as Tom Nichols and Ato Essandoh as Dan Cleary in Reptile. Photo by: Daniel McFadden/Netflix

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