Secondary year | release date, plot, cast for Rebel Wilson Netflix movie


Rebel Wilson hasn’t starred in a movie since the rather disastrous release of Cats in 2019 – but she’s back in a starring role in the new Netflix original movie Senior Year.

The comedy sees Wilson play the role of former high school cheerleader Stephanie Conway – who wakes up from a 20-year-old coma desperate to return to school and become prom queen.

Read on for everything you need to know about Senior Year – including its Netflix release date, full cast info and a preview of the trailer.

Secondary year exit date

The film will debut on the streamer’s library at Friday, May 13, 2022 – so there’s not too long to wait.

Secondary Year Chart

The film’s official synopsis reads: “In 2002, high school cheerleader Stephanie Conway suffers a head injury and falls into a coma before her prom. 20 years later, she wakes up only to discover that she is now a 37-year-old woman.Upset at not being able to finish high school, she decides to enroll again with the reluctant support of her parents.

Senior Cast of the Year

Pitch Perfect star Rebel Wilson leads the cast as cheerleader Stephanie Conway, while her youthful personality is played by Spider-Man and Mare of Easttown star Angourie Rice.

Meanwhile, Stephanie’s former prom date Blaine is played by This Is Us star Justin Hartley as an adult and 13 Reasons Why’s Tyler Barnhardt as a teenager, while there also has key roles for Alicia Silverstone (Clueless), Sam Richardson (Veep), Zoë Chao (The Afterparty) and Avantika Vandanapu (Spin).

Other cast members include Mary Holland (Happiest Season), Chris Parnell (30 Rock), Michael Cimino (Love Victor), Jeremy Ray Taylor (IT), Joshua Colley and Jade Bender.

Terminal Trailer

You can check out the official trailer for the film below – in which Wilson recounts Stephanie’s picture-perfect high school life and teases all sorts of misunderstandings after she wakes up from a coma.

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