With Jordan Peele’s Us making big box office bank in theaters and getting everyone buzzing about the metaphors and allegories at the center of the story, people feel like horror is making some kind of comeback. The fact is horror never left. Some people just weren’t looking in the right place. And soon enough, you won’t have to look very far at all for some new scares.
Chambers is a new psychological horror series coming to Netflix this spring. Starring newcomer Sivan Alyra Rose as Sasha Yazzie, the story focuses on a young heart attack survivor who is lucky enough to be the recipient of a heart transplant to save her life. However, she might not be as lucky as it seems when she slowly starts taking on the traits of the person who died in order for her to receive. Read More »
If you’re one of the Marvel Television fans who has been hoping Disney would revive the canceled Netflix shows Daredevil, Luke Cage and Iron Fist at the forthcoming Disney+ streaming service, we have bad news. Marvel Entertainment and Prop Store have announced a live-action that will take place late this summer featuring costumes, props and set decoration from the three aforementioned Marvel TV shows that were give the axe by Netflix. That pretty much means they’re done for good. Read More »
The world’s eyes are on Apple today as the company announces details of its streaming service, but meanwhile, Netflix is tweaking its existing strategies to maintain domination as long as possible.
Netflix is testing a new mobile-only plan which costs less than $4 per month, and they’ve also teased the possibility of offering different subscription periods. Find out more below. Read More »
To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before became one of Netflix’s biggest hits last year, shepherded by director Susan Johnson, who leant a playfulness and a surprising visual panache to the teen romantic comedy based on the novels by Jenny Han. But for the highly anticipated sequel, which will adapt Han’s follow-up novel P.S. I Still Love You, the To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before sequel director will now be cinematographer Michael Fimognari.
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Ryan Murphy signed a huge deal with Netflix, and the first results of that deal will soon be upon us. The Politician, which Murphy co-created with Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan, follows the political aspirations of a wealthy Santa Barbarian. The ambitious concept for the show will have each season dealing with a different type of political race the main character is dealing with. First up: Student Body President at his high school. The Politician premiere date has been officially announced by Netflix, along with the full cast.
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Two years after Brie Larson‘s directorial debut premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival, Unicorn Store is finally coming to Netflix. Despite boasting an impressive cast including Larson and her Kong: Skull Island and Captain Marvel co-star Samuel L. Jackson, the comedy-drama about a young idealistic woman struggling to find herself had seemingly vanished after its TIFF premiere. But Unicorn Store was saved by streaming giant, which debuts the film in April. Watch the Unicorn Store trailer below.
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Awkward teenage years never were so funny. Mindy Kaling and Netflix are teaming up to develop a coming-of-age comedy series based on the Late Night star’s childhood. Co-created by Kaling and The Mindy Project collaborator Lang Fisher, the untitled 10-episode series will follow the trials and tribulations of a first generation Indian American teenage girl.
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Back in September of 2016, Netflix said they were in the middle of a “multiyear transition and evolution toward more of our own content.” In a few years, their hope was to have 50% of their library be comprised of original content. And in just a couple years, the streaming service has made great strides towards that goal.
A new report by research firm Ampere Analysis has revealed that among all the releases available in the United States that went live throughout the year 2018, 51% of them were Netflix originals. However, when it comes to the entirety of the Netflix library, the streamer still has a long way to go in order to meet their goal. Read More »
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Anthony Mackie and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II are taking a break from the superheroics — and supervillainy — for a little bit to play with some computers. The Avengers: Infinity War and Aquaman actors, respectively, have been tapped to join the Black Mirror season 5 cast in an unknown episode of Netflix’s Emmy-winning series.
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Every few years, there’s always a new Three Musketeers movie, and it’s not because of the enduring popularity of the silver-wrapped candy bar. It’s because Alexandre Dumas‘ classic adventure is in the public domain, so it doesn’t cost anything to acquire established intellectual property. Now it’s Netflix’s turn to tackle the story set in the 17th century, but this time it will be a modern take on the tale and is said to have a tone similar to Mission: Impossible. Read More »