Tag: netflix

Netflix Originals That’ll Make You Dream Of Far-Flung Travel

2021 has been the year of dreaming of travel, finally getting the f*ck outside again, and then… having all that excitement delayed a little longer. But even with travel restrictions back in place, it’s too late to stop our travel planning and fantasizing now — it would break us all! Even if you can’t lock […]

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Netflix’s ‘Midnight Mass’ Trailer Previews The Next Unsettling Series From ‘The Haunting Of Hill House’ Creator

Hamish Linklater can do skeevy well, as recently demonstrated by his duplicitous performance in Amazon Prime’s Tell Me All Your Secrets. In Netflix’s trailer for Midnight Mass, Linklater’s a mysterious priest that’s seemingly making a lot go wrong when he arrives at an isolated island community, and although he’s pulling off miraculous feats, there’s something […]

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Jake Gyllenhaal Teams Up With The Minds Behind ‘Training Day’ And ‘True Detective’ In The Trailer For ‘The Guilty’

Can Jake Gyllenhaal‘s smoldering hotness and intensity be contained by being “the guy on the phone?” A new Netflix Original, The Guilty, is definitely going to test that premise. Directed by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day) with a script from Nic Pizzolatto (True Detective), The Guilty stars Gyllenhaal as a seemingly mild-mannered 911 operator until he […]

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Michael K. Williams, Star of The Wire, Dead at 54

Advertisement He would also given powerful performances as Chalky White in more HBO series Boardwalk Empire and Night Of as well as Netflix’s When They See Us. He was most recently seen in Lovecraft Country, for which he received an Emmy nomination for outstanding supporting actor in a drama series. Besides his incredible acting chops, there […]

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Here’s Everything New On Netflix This Week, Including A Michael Keaton 9/11 Movie And ‘Q-Force’

This year (the second such one in recent memory) won’t stop throwing up obstacles, so if you’ve about had it with reality, you’re in at least a little bit of luck. Netflix knows that every distraction possible is needed right now to help everyone escape from current situations, and boy, the streaming service is pulling […]

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The ‘Red Notice’ Trailer With The Rock, Gal Gadot, And Ryan Reynolds Unveils ‘The Biggest Movie Netflix Has Ever Done’

If you’ve ever wanted to see The Rock tackle Deadpool out of a window, have I got a trailer for you! Directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber, Red Notice is “the biggest movie Netflix has ever done” with a rumored $200 million budget, starring three of the biggest stars in the world in Dwayne “The Rock” […]

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‘Cobra Kai’ Stars William Zabka And Ralph Macchio Paid Tribute To Ed Asner Following His Death

Following the passing of legendary actor Ed Asner, his Cobra Kai co-stars William Zabka and Ralph Macchio both paid their respects and gratitude for Asner gracing the show with his presence. The late actor played Sid Weinberg, the emotionally abusive step-father to Zabka’s Johnny Lawrence, and recently popped up in Season 3. “Devastated to hear […]

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Adam Sandler Said Netflix Changed The Plot Of His Next Movie Because It Doesn’t Do Business In China

Adam Sandler has a pretty substantial deal with Netflix to make movies, but he admitted that the company made one big change he had nothing to do with in his upcoming movie. [embedded content] As The Hollywood Reporter detailed, Sandler appeared on The Dan Patrick Show on Thursday to talk about his upcoming movie, Hustle. […]

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Jada Pinkett Smith To Capture The Legacies Of African Queens In New Docuseries

NewsOne Featured Video Whether it’s through the characters that she’s portrayed on the big screen or the poignant conversations she’s curated on Red Table Talk, actress and producer Jada Pinkett Smith has continually used her artistry and platform to highlight diverse narratives. According to Deadline, her latest project will be centered on capturing the unsung […]

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Eddie Murphy And Jonah Hill Are Teaming Up To Make A Netflix Movie You Will Probably Watch

After collaborating together on Coming 2 America, which was a sizable hit for Amazon, Eddie Murphy and writer Kenya Barris are bringing a new comedy movie to Netflix, and Jonah Hill is coming along for the ride. Unlike Coming to America sequel, the untitled Netflix film will be directed by Barris from a script that […]

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Netflix’s ‘Cobra Kai’ Has Been Renewed For A Fifth Season Ahead Of Its Season 4 Premiere

There really is “no defeat” in the Cobra Kai dojo. Following the Netflix series earning four Emmy nominations this past July — and just ahead of its season four premiere this December — the hit Netflix series has announced it is returning for a fifth season next year. According to Variety’s report on the renewal, […]

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Here’s Everything New On Netflix This Week, Including ‘The Witcher’ Prequel Movie And ‘Clickbait’

We’re growing closer to the end of summer, already, before it even began, but it’s been another heck of a year so far. Fortunately, Netflix is here to help distract you from the rougher realities in life. As a result, the streaming service is offering up a tidal wave of content to keep you occupied […]

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A ‘Cobra Kai’ Co-Creator Shared His Tips On How To Make A Reboot That Doesn’t Stink

Most reboots of old shows and movies are not good. I will not list them all, because there’s so many, but here’s one: Mad About You, NBC’s Emmy-winning 1990s hit sitcom, was resurrected by Spectrum Originals for one forgotten season. The only positive thing to come from it is that Richard Kind got paid. But […]

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Benedict Cumberbatch Is A Whistling Menace In Jane Campion’s ‘The Power Of The Dog’ Teaser

For a very different Benedict Cumberbatch experience than Spider-Man: No Way Home, here’s the trailer for The Power of the Dog. Director Jane Campion’s first film since 2009’s Bright Star stars Cumberbatch as Phil Burbank, a “charismatic rancher” who “inspires fear and awe in those around him,” according to the Netflix synopsis. But when his […]

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Antoine Fuqua Apparently Directed ‘The Guilty’ From A Van After He Was Forced To Quarantine Due To COVID Restrictions

When you’re the badass director behind movies like Training Day (2001), Brooklyn’s Finest (2009), The Equalizer (2014), and the remake of The Magnificent Seven (2016), you’re not going to let something like a deadly pandemic come between you and your vision. Not even if it means you need to direct your movie in quarantine, and […]

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3, 2, 1 Let’s Jam: Here Are The Stylish First Stills From Netflix ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Live-Action Adaption Are Here

Alright, time to “get everybody and their stuff together,” because Netflix has finally unveiled the first stills from their upcoming live-action adaptation of the critically-acclaimed anime series Cowboy Bebop and they look good. Earlier today, the streaming service behemoth seemingly intent on bringing joy to anime and video game lovers alike released six stills and […]

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