Alexandra Daddario: All New Movies and TV Shows in 2024 and 2025

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Alexandra Daddario’s career has been a mesmerizing journey spanning the domains of both cinema and television. The actress made her debut at the age of 15 with the soap opera ‘All My Children’ and went on to have a breakthrough with her portrayal of the demigod Annabeth Chase in the ‘Percy Jackson’ film series. The actress shines every time she appears on-screen, whether it is the heroic Blake Gaines in ‘San Andreas’ or the sultry Summer Quinn in ‘Baywatch.’

Daddario’s performances on television, especially as the struggling journalist Rachel Patton in ‘The White Lotus,’ further cemented her status as an actress capable of carrying complex narratives. Considering her remarkable body of work, one ought to wonder what upcoming projects the star is going to be a part of. Well, let’s take a look.

1. Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths – Part One (2024)

One of the most popular DC Comics series “Crisis on Infinite Earths” is being turned into a 3-part animated feature. Jeff Wamester has directed it based on screenplay by James Krieg who adapted it from the original story by George Pérez and Marv Wolfman. Part 1 will show the mysterious Monitor gathering superheroes from across the multiverse to save it from the villainous anti-Monitor who is bent on destroying all of reality by bringing about an all-consuming Armageddon.

Daddario has voiced Lois Lane, Superman’s love interest. The rest of the voice-cast includes Darren Criss as Superman & Earth-2 Superman, Jensen Ackles as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Stana Katic as Wonder Woman & Superwoman, Matt Bomer as The Flash/Barry Allen, Jimmi Simpson as Green Arrow, Ike Amadi as J’onn J’onzz/Martian Manhunter and Jonathan Adams as Monitor.

‘Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths – Part One’ will be available on Digital starting January 9, 2024. Parts 2 and 3 will be made available later the same year. You can check out the trailer of Part One here.

2. I Wish You All the Best (TBA)

Daddario is also going to be seen in ‘I Wish You All the Best,’ a film based on Mason Deaver’s 2019 novel of the same name. The movie follows a non-binary teen named Ben who moves in with their sister, Hannah, and her husband after being kicked out of their house by their conservative parents. They eventually embark on a journey of self-discovery and learn lessons about love, friendship, and family. The drama film is helmed by debutant director Tommy Dorfman, who is known for her acting credits in ‘13 Reasons Why’ and ‘Love in the Time of Corona.’

Corey Fogelmanis (‘Girl Meets World’) steps into the role of Ben, and Daddario essays the character of Hannah. The cast also includes Cole Sprouse (‘Riverdale’) as Thomas, Lexi Underwood (‘Little Fires Everywhere’) as Meleika, Amy Landecker (‘Transparent’) as Brenda De Backer, and Judson Mills (‘Walker, Texas Ranger’) as Mr. De Backer. As of writing, the project is currently under post-production, and further updates are awaited.

3. Happy Life (TBA)

‘Happy Life’ features Daddario in the role of an Instagram star. The comedy film focuses on Allison Beck, a new mom, who begins to doubt that her husband, Eli, is having an affair with a social media star, and ends up making a series of mistakes that lead her on a mission of self-discovery. The film is written and directed by ‘The Mindy Project’ producer David Stassen and also stars Evangeline Lilly (‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’) as Allison and Ike Barinholtz (‘The Oath’) as Eli. The drama film was announced in 2019 and as of July, it is in its pre-production phase. No reports about a release are available.

4. Mayfair Witches Season 2 (TBA)

‘Mayfair Witches’ is a supernatural series that revolves around neurosurgeon Rowan Fielding, who finds out she is the unlikely heir to a family of witches and now must take on an evil spirit who has haunted her family for generations. Daddario stars in the show in the lead role of Rowan Fielding, along with Tongayi Chirisa, Jack Huston, and Harry Hamlin.

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The thriller series, based on Anne Rice’s ‘Lives of the Mayfair Witches’ novel trilogy, premiered on AMC and AMC+ in January 2023. Created by Michelle Ashford and Esta Spalding, the show met with a positive response from the audience, which led to its renewal for a second season in February. Daddario is set to reprise her role in the new season. However, the premiere date of ‘Mayfair Witches’ season 2, which was in its pre-production stage in February, remains unclear for now.

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