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You're never going to guess who's tagging along with Pee-wee Herman in his new Netflix movie! Which is why we're going to tell you who, after the jump.
An updated list of all of the scheduled arrivals to Netflix's streaming service for both TV and movies.
It seems like just yesterday that 2015 was starting, but already we are more than halfway though the year. And as the calendar flips from June to July, that means that the library of streaming titles at Netflix is due for a shakeup.
How do we know that Netflix is a legitimate source for original content? Aside from the massive success of shows like House of Cards and Orange Is the New Black, landing Brad Pitt seems like a immense leap in the right direction.
Pizza Hut is getting into the movie delivery business. It already has the pizza part down pat, but now it wants to give customers something extra special in the form of an extra special pizza box that doubles as a movie projector.
Maybe Netflix is the right fit for War Machine. As for the future, it will be very interesting to see how any other major movie stars start exploring unique content and distribution deals like this one at Netflix, and at its streaming competition.
Once again Ricky Gervais is teaming up with Netflix, this time for a movie, and they've put together one hell of a cast.
While we may look at amateur porn like Kevin Smith’s Zack and Miri Make A Porno, there’s a much darker, disturbing side to the industry. Rashida Jones’ documentary, Hot Girls Wanted reveals the reality of amateur porn, and it may not be what you expected.
Netflix has revealed the select titles that will be seeing their time on the streaming service come to an end next month, and sadly it’s a list that includes some pretty fantastic movies. Check our collection of must-watch features below, and see how many of them you can get time for before they disappear!
The specter of cultural insensitivity has become the dominant narrative in what appeared to be just another sophomoric cinematic payday for Adam Sandler. Having already stirred controversy for supposed stereotype-enforcing dialogue, Sandler’s upcoming Nextflix-exclusive film, The The Ridiculous Six is now under fire for allegations that some actors were made to look Native American by way of makeup.
Reportedly offensive stereotypes in the script for Adam Sandler's The Ridiculous Six caused Native American actors to leave the set, and a new report has revealed some of the content in question.
According to reports, roughly a dozen actors left the set. One man, Anthony, claims he initially turned the movie down but eventually agreed to act when he was told the movie had hired a cultural consultant. He said everything was going well, but on Monday, things started getting “weird on set.”
Netflix's Pee-wee's Big Holiday just added Jessica Pohly to the cast in what could be a totally badass role.
To this point, the relationship between Marvel Studios films and television series has largely been a one way street: characters and storylines from the movies have affected shows like Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and Agent Carter, though we have not yet seen those same shows influencing the stories on the big screen. But while this is the current status quo, we may soon see a shift.
Having seen the first five episodes of the brand new Marvel Studios series, and now being allowed to talk about it, I’ve decided to dedicate this week’s Hero Blend to a very special 100% spoiler free review of Daredevil.
While Netflix is quickly changing the business model when it comes to the distribution of films and television shows, producers are finding that a business partnership with Netflix can sometimes be a poisoned gift. And yes, it’s due to the ever-critical variable of money.
The clock is ticking yet again, folks. As we get towards the end of the month, that means that Netflix’s rights to certain films are about to expire, and that means it’s time for a serious crunch session. But which are the titles that you should be watching before they head off the streaming service? That’s what we’re here to tell you!
From Beautician and the Beast to National Treasure and everything in between, Netflix has a little something for everyone lined up for their subscribers in April. That includes the arrival Marvel's anticipated small screen take on Daredevil, the final season of Sons of Anarchy and Darren Aronofsky's Noah.
The Fine Brothers’ “Kids React” YouTube series may have dealt the most humbling blow to anyone who came of age during the reign of the VHS VCR. If you want kick off your day by watching young children make you feel old then check it out!
Director Cary Fukunaga's latest project Beasts of No Nation, starring Idris Elba, will make its theater debut sometime later this year. If you plan on seeing it on the big screen, however, you'd better hope you live near an arthouse theater as four major theater chains are now boycotting the film.