365 DNI fans have spotted lead hunk Michele Morrone in Netflix crime thriller The Trial as a mysterious murder suspect.
The actor plays Claudio Cavalleri, a character who finds himself caught up in the brutal murder of 17-year-old Angelica.
The trailer for the Italian crime drama – created by Alessandro Fabbri – shows plenty of tense courtroom scenes and eerie flashbacks to Angelica’s life.
Fans have gone wild for Michele after his role as mafia boss Massimo in steamy Polish Netflix movie 365 DNI.
The actor, 29, has just signed a six-figure modelling deal off the back of the success of the sexy film.
The film is a Polish erotic romantic drama based on Blanka Lipinska’s novel of the same name and features a number of steamy sex scenes between the two lead characters, Massimo and Laura.
Morrone has now signed the lucrative deal with designer Paul Marciano, according to TMZ.
The decision to take the deal was an easy one for the actor who flew to Switzerland to meet with the designer.
He decided the same day they met, that he would sign with Marciano, whose wife also pushed for the deal after becoming a fan of Morrone’s from his work in 365 DNI.
They’ll complete his first shoot next week on the idyllic Lake Como in Italy, but Morrone will also do social media and fashion shows for the designer.
The actor’s fortunes have certainly changed in the past month since the film dropped on Netflix.
According to Morrone he used to make about £470 per month as a gardener.
But his success has not come without its fair share of critics.
A petition to have the kinky film removed from Netflix got more than 70,000 signatures.
The Change.org petition has blasted it for “glorifying Stockholm Syndrome and abuse” and said its availability on Netflix was a “mockery” for victims and survivors of sexual assault and abuse.
It reads: “For those who have watched it, we know he talks about child trafficking, sedates her, imprisons her, sexually assaults her and has sexual relations with her without consent.
“The main character also uses abuse tactics such as gas lighting, coercion, reproductive coercion and Stockholm Syndrome to financially, physically, sexually, emotionally and digitally abuse the woman he had taken.”
It also states the streaming giant should have included a disclaimer about the sexual violence within the film, and wants it removed permanently.
The petition added: “By taking down this movie on Netflix, we can protect sexual violence in adolescent women and adult women.”