The Netflix film, ‘They Cloned Tyrone’, is an intriguing movie starring John Boyega, Jamie Foxx, and Teyonah Parris. Set in an urban African-American neighborhood, the movie appropriately portrays a conspiracy theory about African-Americans being exploited for scientific experiments in a underground lab.
Hence I get carried away and end up narrating the whole movie, let’s draw out some conclusions.
Who Was Tyrone in ‘They Cloned Tyrone’?
Tyrone from the movie ‘They Cloned Tyrone’ was revealed in the final scenes, watching on TV the aftermath of a malevolent government experiment in Glen, exposed by Fontaine and his team, Slick Charles (played by Jamie Foxx) and Yo-Yo (portrayed by Teyonah Parris). The character Tyrone was played by John Boyega, who also played the role of Fontaine.
Netflix’s film, ‘They Cloned Tyrone’, takes us on an over two-hour journey playing with and challenging racial stereotypes, ultimately revealing the character Tyrone – the individual after whom the movie is named.
Ending of ‘They Cloned Tyrone’ Explained
Throughout the film, we watch Fontaine, Slick Charles, and Yo-Yo as they discover and dismantle a sinister government experiment, liberating clones in Glen.
In the ending scenes, we see human clones wandering the streets, disoriented and unsure of their next steps. Slick Charles and Yo-Yo plan to relocate to Memphis with the cloned Fontaine, who wishes to experience the world.
In Los Angeles, where a similar unethical government-backed experiment is being conducted, a clone named Tyrone wakes from sleep and goes about his regular day, making time to join his friends on the couch to watch TV. The news broadcast on TV reports the story about the turnout of events in Glen, including an interview with a clone who bears a striking resemblance to Tyrone. The Glen-based clone’s resemblance to Los Angeles-based Tyrone leaves Tyrone and his friends shocked and deeply puzzled.
This conclusion sets up a potential continuation of the story in a second movie. While the first installment primarily focused on Fontaine and his friends in Glen, it is anticipated that any sequel will delve deeper into the character of Tyrone. However, there’s currently no confirmation that ‘They Cloned Tyrone’ will get a sequel.
The film’s writer-director, Juel Taylor, has not expressed any intention of creating a sequel, making its likelihood seem quite slim.