Shailene Woodley’s Adrift to be out on Lionsgate Play

Survival stories, with their universal appeal, captivate audiences worldwide. Even the most ordinary ones manage to attract viewers, as the outcome of overcoming a challenging situation remains a compelling mystery. While the core of these narratives is survival, the underlying themes truly shape their identity. Love, anger, yearning, and even vengeance are often explored. Adrift, a survival drama that premiered in theaters five years ago, is a prime example. Starring Shailene Woodley, known for her role in The Fault In Our Stars, this unexpected survival drama is set to be digitally re-released, offering audiences a unique and privileged chance to experience its gripping narrative again.

According to the latest update from Lionsgate Play’s Coming Soon section, the platform will soon debut the movie Adrift, starring Shailene Woodley. While the exact release date has yet to be confirmed, judging by the streamer’s pattern of releasing content, the film may be available next month. Additionally, Wanted Man from the previous month is still on the list, and Copshop, which was announced earlier, has already been released this week.

Adrift features Shailene Woodley and Sam Claflin in the lead roles, with Baltasar Kormákur serving as the director. Based on a true story, the film revolves around a fortuitous encounter between a couple who eventually fall in love. However, their romantic sea adventure turns for the worse when they encounter a devastating hurricane, leaving them distressed. This survival drama presents the couple with immense challenges and tests their relationship. The movie offers a captivating blend of drama, thrills, and shocking moments. Shailene Woodley’s exceptional performance took center stage and garnered praise from critics when the film was released. Woodley emphasized the importance of stories like Adrift: “These narratives are always significant to share. This film was crucial to tell in the ’80s, it was crucial to tell in the ’90s, and although it didn’t come to fruition then, it has now. There seems to be a divine reason why there is a lot of discussion surrounding this transition, not only in Hollywood but also in the world, as we strive for balance. I feel privileged to contribute in any way to support this cause.”

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