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An updated list of all of the scheduled arrivals to Netflix's streaming service for both TV and movies.
Video streaming has seemingly become the go-to way to watch movies. There are thousands of titles available at the touch of a button. Every device with an internet connection and a screen, or that even attaches to one, contains apps for watching movies.
Have you ever wanted to be somebody else? Have you ever wished that you had made different choices in life? It’s probably best that you not use The Do-Over as an example of how to remedy those problems.
Netflix’s National Lampoon movie A Futile and Stupid Gesture has been casting up a storm lately, and now the movie has found its Harold Ramis and Bill Murray.
It now seems that Netflix has plans to produce an adaptation of the wildly popular Manga series Death Note with director Adam Wingard at the helm.
Netflix has been dipping its streaming giant toes into more and more corners of the entertainment business with their move to producing films. Now it looks like the company may be about to help a famously unfinished film finally get seen.
John Belushi will be one of the many figures being represented in the Netflix National Lampoon movie A Futile & Stupid Gesture, and this comedian has been cast to play him.
A Futile and Stupid Gesture, which centers on the founding of the National Lampoon, has thus far nailed its casting. That trend has most definitely continued, as we’ve just learned that Joel McHale has been cast to portray comedian Chevy Chase.
Despite his busy schedule, it now seems that the Domhnall Gleeson has signed on for a major part in an upcoming Netflix biopic about the founding of iconic humor magazine National Lampoon.
In 2015, Marvel Studios opened up a whole new side of their Marvel Cinematic Universe. While the company spent years making feature films and television shows intended for all audiences, Daredevil marked a turn into much darker territory, delivering a street-level hero who gets quite a bit bloody in his fight against crime.
Will Smith and David Ayer's new movie just found a home at Netflix instead of a traditional studio. According to the director, this is a much better strategy for this type of R-rated film, here's why.
Last year we got the first of a series of films Adam Sandler is making for Netflix. Now we have our first look at the second film in the series. This one looks like it could be a return to the comedian's more R-rated days.
The actor was a special guest this weekend at the newly launched Silicon Valley Comic Con, and he had the opportunity to discuss the "Netflix model" when asked about it during a spotlight panel.
As quickly as hopes were dashed, the fortunes of The Little Prince have reversed - and for the better. Read on to see who the new distributor is, as well as what this could do for the film market in general.
Netflix has already become a force to be reckoned with in the world of television, but in recent months they’ve been working to build themselves as a major film distributor as well. Now they may have made their biggest deal to date.
While Marvel’s TV and movie worlds are both technically within the same storytelling universe, practically the two are run separately. The TV characters rarely do more than reference the existence of the cinematic universe within their episodes. Will we ever see more than that?
The character Pee-wee Herman, portrayed by Paul Reubens, has been a fun part of pop culture for more than 35 years now, and in that time has expanded across multiple mediums. Reubens first created Herman for the stage, but he broke out thanks to an HBO special, gained popularity with his television series, and even got to be the titular character of a few of his own movies.
Netflix and movie theatres are disputing again, and the real loser is going to be Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon 2 as its big-screen release has now been mostly blocked by irate cinemas.
There is a lot of great stuff coming to Netflix in March 2016, including Groundhog Day, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and the second season of Daredevil… but with the arrival of the new sadly also comes the removal of some of the old.
Since the advent of the VCR, movie rentals have been big business. However, as technology has changed the way that people accessed those rentals has evolved. Now it looks like we may be on the verge of another major change in the industry.