A Boy Called Christmas Trailer Reinvents Santa Claus In Netflix Movie

Netflix has released a new trailer for its upcoming holiday movie, A boy called Christmas. The trailer features the iconic Maggie Smith, Henri lawfull, and a brief appearance of Kristen wiig in this new holiday movie.

Smith recounts the trailer, saying that “the world is full of stories” and talking about a distant time when the world didn’t know Christmas. As the trailer ramps up, we see the main character and his CGI mouse friend run away from trolls, inspire others with the spirit of Christmas, and run away from the edge of a snowy cliff on the back of a reindeer. The trailer goes black as they drop, right before audiences find out whether or not this particular reindeer can fly. Yes, that’s right: the trailer literally ends on a cliffhanger.


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A boy called Christmas is adapted from the 2016 novel of the same name, written by Matt Haig. The film also presents Toby Jones, Exit Hawkins, Michiel Huisman, Zoe Colletti, Stephane Merchant, Joel Fry, Rune Temte, and Jim Broadbent. A boy called Christmas is led by Gil Kenan, who previously ran Monster house, Ember City, and 2015 Fighting spirit. A boy called Christmas arrives on Netflix on November 24. Discover the trailer for A boy called Christmas below.

Here is the synopsis for A boy called Christmas:

An ordinary young boy named Nikolas embarks on an extraordinary adventure in the snowy north in search of his father who is on a quest to discover the legendary village of the elves, Elfhelm. Taking with him a stubborn reindeer called Blitzen and a trusty pet mouse, Nikolas soon meets his fate in this magical, comical, and endearing story that proves that nothing is impossible. Adapted from Matt Haig’s bestselling book.

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