Girlboss | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

Girlboss | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

“Let’s do this. Netflix Original Series ‘Girlboss’ streams globally on April 21.

Girlboss is inspired by the New York Times best-selling book #Girlboss by Sophia Amoruso, founder of the fashion brand Nasty Gal. The series centers on Sophia (Britt Robertson), who began selling vintage clothes on eBay and, by the age of 28, had built the multi-million dollar fashion empire, Nasty Gal. Girlboss is created by and executive produced by Kay Cannon (Pitch Perfect 1& 2, 30 Rock), who also serves as showrunner. Charlize Theron (Monster, Young Adult) and Laverne McKinnon, of Denver & Delilah, Christian Ditter (How to Be Single) and Sophia Amoruso will also serve as executive producers. Girlboss stars Britt Robertson (Sophia), Ellie Reed (Annie), Alphonso McAuley (Dax), Johnny Simmons (Shane) and Dean Norris (Jay).”

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Girlboss | Official Trailer | Netflix

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20 Responses

  1. GingerBooker says:

    why you uploaded this again?

  2. Divergent Evolution says:

    If gender equality means your gender doesnt matter, then why does it matter if you are a girl?

  3. John Lemus says:

    I find it hilarious that Sophia Amoruso, the person this is based on, Filed for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Protection last year.

  4. Ale Xaw says:

    I can’t stand this pro feminism garbage again netflix.. i just can’t..

  5. Galactic123 says:

    The company this girl started went bankrupt. Are they going to try to tell an alternate version of the story where she’s a success?

  6. TheDutchVegaShow says:

    I just hate the actress.. but shouts to the comments for showing me that this whole story is trashbags lmao

  7. Haechi says:

    This pitch wouldn’t usually spark any interest in me but Britt Robertson is such a good actress, I’m in.

  8. ASMR Aesthetic says:

    I think Britt Robertson finally found a character she’s perfect for.

  9. Mari Martin DIY says:

    love how nasty gal filed for bankruptcy and closed all their stores and Sophia Amoruso still gets a tv show about her life.

  10. Nick says:

    “It’ll work or it won’t.”

    It won’t.

  11. OGMillyMillz says:

    Black people flip Jordans all the time, this isn’t new.

  12. Ricardo Thomas says:

    If it wasn’t for the Marvel originals and Stranger Things, no one would have netflix account.

  13. Yara Alawi says:

    “she went bankrupt why are they making this” you realize they probably came up with the show before this happened and couldn’t just cancel it

  14. Pers Godiva says:

    Are we supposed to not like her? Like, at all? I mean, I already don’t like Britt Robertson’s acting (sorry, bee) but then the character is also super unlikable? Usually, I don’t mind a bitchy character even if it’s the main, but then you gotta hook me with something else. Oh wait, I also don’t like fashion … maybe this just isn’t for me. Even though I’m a 26 year old woman and clearly the target audience.

  15. SCharlesDennicon says:

    I have a question : how is that interesting, again ? Before, they made biopics about great people who achieved great things, or maybe not great, but historical, substantial. Now, they’re about superficial morons who sell stuff on the Internet. Another reason to love our times.

  16. TheEverythingGirl122 says:

    I don’t see why everyone is so opposed to this simply because Sophia Amoruso (whom the show is based on) filed for bankruptcy. Great media and entertainment is hardly every about the ending. The point of this is to show that a woman (albeit a white woman) set out to do something, went against the current, and made something of herself. The fact that you all know her name in and of itself proof of her relative success. She might even make a comeback in the future. If Donald Trump can file for bankruptcy MULTIPLE times and still be elected President of the United States, you can bet that this businesswoman can make something again. Besides, she built her company FROM THE GROUND UP, something infinitely more difficult than Donald Trump ever had to do with his “small loan of a million dollars”. Brit Robertson is a great actress and though she follows the typical white female type-casting, media is still in desperate need of strong female characters who don’t just blow shit up or are admired for how sexy they look when they’re beating up dudes in skin-tight black leather. I sincerely hope that this show ends up being good. The negative comments (mostly coming from men, as I can see) just go to show that women will always face judgment solely based on their failures rather than their successes. The main character in the Wolf of Wall Street ends up going to prison, the guys in the Big Short end up making a ton of money but basically profit of the destruction of the economy in the end, and yet no one is criticizing these movies for their endings. Why? Because these were all stories about how “clever white men beat the system”, something which regular white men can’t seem to get enough of…

  17. Robert Adames says:

    wait, this isn’t a movie, it looks like one

  18. Uncommon Sense says:

    Feminist propaganda garbage Netflix! Shame on you for adding YET AGAIN another propaganda piece for an entitled, self-thoughtless society! Dear white people, don’t watch this garbage.

  19. Lulu Sapphire says:

    When I was 18 years old I open my first boutique with my life savings. In the beginning it went very well but a life event happened and I had to close it for a small period of time, once I was back everything I had worked so hard for was gone. I lost all my clients and I exhausted all my savings trying to promote it so I had to get a day job. I only open the store after work and on the weekends, needless to say this killed business even further. After two years of struggling I decided to sell it and move out to a different state. That brings us to today. I opened my second store 6 months ago. I’ve tried everything I possibly can to make it work but all the strategies that were successful on my previous one are not working for this one. I ran out of money so I had to get a job again. Scared of falling under the same path as before I decided to work nightshifts. After pulling all-nighters everyday I go straight from work to the store so I can open it in normal business hours, and on the weekends I relocate all my stock to participate in different fairs and flea markets so I can promote it. Every Sunday after I’m done, I resemble it all back so I can open it Monday again after work. I am physically, mentally and emotionally exhausted. I am not sure if can keep doing this much longer. When I opened my first boutique I didn’t know about Sophia Amoruso, but I later on discover her and I took her as a role model. A few weeks ago I heard that she was declaring bankruptcy and that really crashed my heart. I can only imagine the amount of effort she put to reach her amount of success, yet it all ended in a sad note. However, after watching this trailer I felt happier, because although her story doesn’t necessary have a happy ending there is still people that recognize and praise her effort. She came out of nothing and became somebody all by herself, and these last few years she gained more experience that many people ever do in their lifetime. I am glad that Netflix is doing this series and I hope they don’t alternate the ending to a fake one. Its time we accept reality for what it is and still be able to see whats positive from it.

  20. bbrock RailFan says:

    Wow what a dumbass movie – straight to video flop!

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