Jay and Mark Duplass, the veteran American independent filmmakers behind “The One I Love,” “The Overnight,” “Creep,” and “Jeff Who Lives At Home,” are entering into a new agreement with Netflix that gives the streaming giant worldwide rights to their next four upcoming films. The first film under the deal is an untitled Duplass Brothers-Ray […]
The Netflix reboot of “Lost in Space” has an official premiere date, the streaming giant announced Wednesday. The new show 10-episode first season will launch on April 13. In the first trailer, the Robinson family prepares to leave Earth in search of a planet capable of sustaining human life, but things quickly go awry. Set […]
In another shock to the traditional TV ecosystem, prolific producer Ryan Murphy is moving to Netflix under a record-setting deal valued at $250 million-$300 million. The five-year pact calls for the showrunner to produce new series and films exclusively for Netflix. The deal starts July 1, when his current deal with 20th Century Fox TV expires. […]
Mark Millar talks exclusively to Yahoo Movies UK about rebooting Kick-Ass with a black female lead, its TV show potential and shares his thoughts on the current state of Marvel and DC movies.
We finally know how many episodes Stranger Things‘ forthcoming third season will consist of and, sadly, it’s less than Eleven. TVLine has learned exclusively that Netflix’s ’80s phenom will produce eight episodes in Season 3, down one installment compared to Season 2’s nine-episode haul but in line with Season 1’s total. Production is slated to […]
EXCLUSIVE : Timothee Chalamet is firming his first starring role since being Oscar nominated for his breakout turn in Call Me By Your Name . Chalamet will star as the title character in The King , a Plan B-produced drama helmed by David Michôd. Production will start in June. Joel Edgerton and Michôd wrote the script. Chalamet will play the young Henry V. After his brother is killed in battle before his coronation, a young king is coronated in the late 1300s. The reluctant…
Warning: This story contains major plot spoilers for The Cloverfield Paradox. Curiosity about the latest Cloverfield movie had been steadily escalating for the past few months, not only because its release date kept changing (most recently, we expected it in April), but also because the film still lacked an official title. All we knew was that it would likely be part of the ongoing sci-fi franchise launched by mystery box master, J.J. Abrams, a decade ago in 2008.
Netflix's new sci-fi series cannot escape the discussion of white-washing when it comes to lead protagonist Takeshi Kovacs.
Netflix is in discussions with Luc Besson’s EuropaCorp to have the French filmmaker direct and produce several movies for the streaming giant over the next few years, Variety has learned. The movies would be labeled Netflix originals and would be budgeted in the $30 million range, sources with knowledge of the discussions said. Netflix and EuropaCorp declined to comment. […]
"Mute" is a "Blade Runner"-inspired take on the future, complete with a neo-noir soul and Jones's off-kilter humor and dreamy romanticism.
For a show with a universe as detailed and vibrant as this one, it's no surprise that Rick & Morty is packed with Easter eggs
The showrunner talks exclusively to Yahoo Movies UK about his new show based on the DC Comics superhero.