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David Ayer to Direct ‘The Dirty Dozen’ Remake at Warner Bros.
Are you a fan of the classic 1967 war film The Dirty Dozen, but have also kind've thought it would have made more sense if Ernest Borgnine had a chest tattoo? Good news for you, specifically. THR
Get Your Freak on with the Weirdest Movies on Netflix
Last Updated August 29, 2019 There's a fine line to walk when it comes to the quality of weird movies. If they're bad enough, the negatives will outweigh the films' quirkiness, but if they're popular
Netflix Doesn't Care That You Care About Ratings
One of the more interesting parts of Netflix becoming one of the most disruptive studios in Hollywood is that, from the outside, there’s no real way to measure just how successful any of its movies or
Rotten Tomatoes is making audience ratings more prominent
Thanks in part to trolls of "Captain Marvel," the audience review section of Rotten Tomatoes is becoming a less rotten place.
Will Smith's Genre Movies, Ranked
He started out in music, got his big break acting on a sitcom, and has earned Oscar nominations for his dramatic work, but Will Smith’s screen career has a hefty concentration of big-budget sci-fi and
Bird Box soars as Netflix’s strongest original movie debut ever
Netflix has something to crow about with Bird Box, the Sandra Bullock-led survival thriller that’s (literally) about seeing no evil. The red-letter streaming giant revealed today that Bird Box has
Netflix to give sci-fi film Bird Box and others theatrical runs to boost Oscar chances
And the Oscar goes to… Netflix? That’s a line the streaming giant is likely hoping to hear, now that it’s been revealed they'll be holding exclusive limited theatrical releases for three titles prior
How to Keep Your Devices’ LEDs From Driving You Crazy at Night
Don’t you hate it when every piece of tech you own doubles as a night light? Even if you make an effort to avoid using your phone and laptop in bed, the various gadgets in your room may still be
New ‘The Tax Collector’ Image Reveals a Tatted Up Shia LaBeouf
Congratulations to Shia LaBeouf on being cast as the Joker in David Ayer's Suicide Squad! The film, due to arrive in theaters summer 2016, will team-up a rag-tag crew of DC Comics characters,
Reboots, Originals & Bailouts: Streaming Services Are Redefining the Meaning of Film
What exactly constitutes as a movie these days?
Netflix Recruits ‘Beauty and the Beast’ Screenwriter for David Ayer’s ‘Bright’ Sequel
David Ayer is getting some backup on his upcoming sequel to Bright. Netflix has recruited screenwriter Evan Spiliotopoulos to pen the script for the sequel to the action fantasy, which starred Joel
Development: ’Bright’ future at Netflix, Final Space renewed, and Peter Rabbit gets a second tale
We’ve known for a while that Netflix was moving forward with a sequel to Bright, the Will Smith-starring buddy cop fantasy flick that drew some of the streaming giant’s biggest-ever viewer ratings
Report: Netflix is about to make its biggest bet yet on science fiction
If you love Stranger Things, Altered Carbon, Bright, and its newest viewer hit, Lost in Space, get
Netflix reportedly looked into acquiring theater chain to show only originals
Just when you think Netflix is done revolutionizing the way we consume media, the streaming giant goes and does something totally unprecedented.
Netflix Doesn’t Need Steven Spielberg or the Cannes Film Festival—Here’s Why
Hollywood's old guard are on the wrong side of history when it comes to streaming.
Joel Edgerton on ‘Red Sparrow’, ‘Gringo’, and ‘Bright 2’
Joel Edgerton is busy. Not only is he promoting director Francis Lawrence’s fantastic spy thriller, Red Sparrow, where he stars opposite Jennifer Lawrence, he’s also out promoting his brother Nash
An Inside-Look at Netflix’s Head-Scratching Film Strategy
Why the hell is the streamer paying Adam Sandler so much money?
Joel Edgerton brushes off Bright’s bad reviews: 'Public opinion' counts, not critics
If you ask Joel Edgerton, audiences should ignore the negative reception Bright received because it’s a movie made for the masses, not the critics. Making the media rounds to promote his latest flick,
Joel Edgerton on the “Extra Critical Hate” Towards ‘Bright’ and His Hopes for the Sequel
I have yet to see Bright but the film certainly has a bit of a divide between general audiences and critics. The movie currently sits at a 27% on Rotten Tomatoes, but Netflix claims it’s one of their
Martin Scorsese’s ‘The Irishman’ Is Costing Netflix an Insane Amount of Money
The budget is out of control, but the movie sounds great.