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Relatively new players like Netflix and Amazon have caused waves industry wide, and they're continuing to rock the boat, impacting the way people do business at the Sundance Film Festival.
As we learned earlier today, there is some really great stuff heading to Netflix in February – including Full Metal Jacket, Sin City, and the first season of Better Call Saul - but the end of January means that we will also soon be seeing a lot of movies heading off of the streaming service. The good news, however, is that there is still some time for you to catch them before they disappear.
An updated list of all of the scheduled arrivals to Netflix's streaming service for both TV and movies.
Charlie Cox wouldn't be surprised to see his superhero alter ego Daredevil appear in the Avengers: Infinity War, but he wouldn't be surprised to see the role recast either.
If you’re a child of the '80s then you remember Pee-Wee Herman. The man-child played by Paul Reubens had a not-for-children TV special, a couple of ridiculous movies and a Saturday morning kids show.
Netflix has so many movies that it’s nearly impossible to manage. What’s more, they break everything into so many different categories trying to help you that it’s nearly possible to find what you’re actually looking for.
You're never going to guess what the most watched film in Netflix history is. Not only will you be surprised by what film holds the title, you'll be even more shocked to find out how it got this crown. Mystery awaits after the jump.
The first trailer for the upcoming Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2 has been released, and it will instantly remind of you of the look and feel of the original.
In December, Netflix will be adding a number of exciting new films to its library of streaming features – including Sam Raimi’s Darkman and the buzzed-about 2015 indie film Tangerine - but sadly the new month means that the service will also be losing a lot of great movies as well. The good news is that there is still some time to watch them before they go.
It feels like just yesterday that 2015 began, but the reality is that we’re now deep into the final months of the year, and getting deeper and deeper into the fall. In fact, we are now just one week away from Thanksgiving, and our annual look back at the past year to give thanks to what is meaningful to us.
New information is out suggesting that rather than be adapted as a TV show, Iron Fist could be produced as a Netflix-exclusive feature film, which may not be a good move.
Netflix has become a major force in media. They’re not resting on the laurels however. Not content with just providing mass market TV and movies to millions of people they’re now expanding their sphere and have begun to create their own theatrical features.
We’ll be able to judge for ourselves when Adam Sandler’s The Ridiculous 6 lands on Netflix on December 11. It is the first of a four-picture deal between Sandler and the content distributor. And if it isn’t to your liking, you can wait for Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight. Or, go back and rent The Magnificent Seven.
Here's the good news: Star Wars: The Force Awakens will stream next year on Netflix. Now the bad news: that will only happen for subscribers in Canada.
November 1st is coming rapidly, which means the eight films on this Netflix watch list are going to disappear. Better hurry!
When news hit that Eddie Murphy may make a raunchy, foul-mouthed movie, people got pretty excited. However, before you get too stoked, you might want to pump the brakes a bit.
Which are the streaming services paving the way for the future? What are their individual pluses and minuses? How do they function as libraries, in addition to providing original content? We’ve broken all of that down in this handy guide, so read on!
Streaming services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and more have changed the way we watch movies at home. But that's not to say physical media is not without its champions, including Quentin Tarantino.
After the shit show that was Ben Affleck’s Daredevil, the “man without fear” returned to Hell’s Kitchen for Netflix’s first Marvel original series from Drew Goddard. As it turns out, though, we could’ve gotten another big-screen adaptation. In a new interview, the series showrunner opened up about why Daredevil made the move from feature film to Netflix original.
The Netflix catalog is not what you would describe as static. Every month – if not every few weeks – there are both new movies being added, and others being taken away. October will be no different, but now the streaming service has revealed the big shakeups that will be going down.