Secret Headquarters Is Most-Watched Original Film On Paramount+
Paramount+ has just announced that its original film, Secret Headquarters has just become the most-watched film on the streaming platform. The film earned a record-setting place with the streamer in the first seven days since it was released on the streaming platform. The film starred Owen Wilson as a father who continues to prioritize his career at the expense of his relationship with his son. It is later revealed that he has sacrificed his marriage and life as a father to live a double life that has him protecting the world as the superhero known as The Guard.
Check out the full synopsis below:
“A kid discovers the secret headquarters of a powerful superhero hidden beneath his home and must defend it with his group of friends when villains attack.”
Executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Paramount streaming, Domenic DiMeglio praised the film, saying:
“Secret Headquarters has rocketed to superhero status on Paramount+ as a must-watch summer family film, breaking the viewership record for an original movie in the first week of release. We’re thrilled audiences have fallen in love with this fun, action-packed adventure.”
Starring alongside Wilson is Walker Scobell, Jesse Williams, Keith L. Williams, Momona Tamada, Michael Peña, Abby James Witherspoon, Kezii Curtis, and Jessie Mueller. The film was helmed by Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman working off a script written by Christopher Yost and Josh Koenigsberg. The film was executive produced by Scott Lumpkin and Orlee-Rose Strauss with Jerry Bruckheimer and Chad Oman producing.
The film found its charm in a lighthearted approach to a superhero film that made it enjoyable for viewers of all ages while giving its subtle nods to other familiar superhero projects. The film also benefited from the production team that provided a great script for the veteran cast and younger cast members to deliver on.
Secret Headquarters is available exclusively on Paramount+. Check out the trailer for the film below: