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  1. Netflix’s Massive 2021 Film Slate Will Deliver New Movies Every Week This Year AP/Shayan Asgharnia for Variety Netflix has made good on its high-profile promise to deliver new movies every week. Teased last October in national commercial spots, the streaming monolith is guaranteeing its roughly 193 million subscribers unseen features every week in 2021. Largely consisting of original productions as well as some splashy acquisitions, the slate has 71 titles across genres — from musicals to action, romantic comedies to family animation. Dwayn
  2. Kevin Hart Signs Film and First-Look Deal with Netflix (Exclusive) The deal calls for Hart to star and produce four features for the streamer and then enter into a first-look deal. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images Kevin Hart is poised to make an enormous, Adam Sandler-type deal with Netflix, sources tell The Hollywood Reporter. The deal calls for Hart to star and produce four features for the streamer and then enter into a first-look deal via his production banner, HartBeat Productions. The comedian previously had a first-look deal with Universal, for
  3. Netflix raises UK prices to cover cost of content Shows like Tiger King kept people entertained during the first UK lockdown Netflix is raising the cost of some of its UK subscriptions from next month, its customers have been told. The streaming service said the price rises reflected money spent on content. Its standard monthly package will go up from £8.99 to £9.99 and its premium one will rise from £11.99 to £13.99, but its basic plan remains at £5.99. However, comparison site Uswitch
  4. Everything Coming to Netflix in January 2021 Photo courtesy of Netflix The new year will also be filled with new content coming to Netflix. The global streaming platform will see the loss of various core titles like “The Office” in January, but it will also drop a wide array of shows and films for viewers to satiate their quarantine entertainment needs. Classics like the 2007 hit “Superbad,” starring Michael Cera and Jonah Hill, and 2012’s “Spring Breakers” will be made available throughout the month. The much-anticipated “Pieces of a Woman
  5. The 10 best Netflix Original movies of 2020 Highlights from a year in movies (Image credit: Netflix) It’s been a mixed year for Netflix’s movie stable. Seemingly guaranteed hits such as Hillbilly Elegy and The Prom received indifference from critics, and their most blatant attempt for Oscar glory from 2019, The Irishman, went home empty-handed. To us, Netflix's movie stable seems like it's becoming as synonymous with corny Hallmark Channel-esque romcoms as prestige pictures, these days. Still, in this year of all years,
  6. Poignant The Midnight Sky wrestles with whether humankind is worth saving George Clooney directed and stars in adaptation of the Lily Brooks-Dalton novel 42 with 35 posters participating Enlarge / Director George Clooney and assembled cast members answered questions via Zoom about the new Netflix feature film, The Midnight Sky. Netflix "I hate being cold more than anything in the world," actor/director George Clooney confesses in a featurette (embedded below) on the making of his new post-apocalyptic science fic
  7. Netflix confirms The Witcher spin-off is coming in 2021 Netflix's Nightmare of the Wolf animated movie is coming next year (Image credit: Netflix) Netflix has revealed the logo for the long-awaited anime spin-off movie Nightmare of the Wolf, and confirmed that the film will release in 2021. It's from the same team behind the main show – including showrunner Lauren Hissrich. Filming on The Witcher season 2, meanwhile, is ongoing. The film is expected to focus on Geralt of Rivia's mentor, Vesemir, who will be play
  8. Review: Alice in Borderland takes us down a deliciously bonkers rabbit hole Alice in Wonderland and Ready Player One meet Lord of the Flies and Cube. Enlarge / Tokyo residents find themselves trapped in a post-apocalyptic parallel world called Borderland, where they must compete in deadly games to survive. Netflix 0 with 0 posters participating In the carefree, pre-pandemic Before Times, escape rooms were all the rage as fun group activities, where people had to solve a puzzle or mystery, or complete a series of
  9. What is new on Netflix, what is expiring, and where do I find great movies, shows and documentations? Do not miss a thing with this personal streaming guide to Netflix! Netflix is vast and can be quite confusing. “WhatsOnFlix?” takes care of that and structures the offered streaming opportunities for you to give a complete overview at a glance. Daily updated lists show newcomers and soon expiring content. With information, description, ratings, trailers, and containing direct links for viewing on Netflix. The most complete Netflix mobile search-engine on the market lets you run through all ava
  10. Netflix bids Death to 2020 in star-studded special from the makers of Black Mirror Stars include Samuel L. Jackson and Hugh Grant (Image credit: Netflix) We can all agree that 2020 has been a garbage year that most would like to forget. With that sentiment in mind, Netflix is bidding farewell to this awful year with the upcoming 'Death to 2020', a comedy special from the makers of Black Mirror. "Even the creators of Black Mirror couldn't make this year up," states the special's brief teaser, which describes itself as "Th
  11. Superkids must battle an alien invasion in We Can Be Heroes trailer It’s Director Robert Rodriguez’s standalone sequel to his 2005 3D kids’ film. Director Robert Rodriguez revisits the fictional world of his 2005 flick, The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl, in new Netflix film We Can Be Heroes, debuting on Christmas Day. It has been 15 years since the premiere of The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl in 3D, Director Robert Rodriguez's fantasy adventure kids' film that was hyped as the movie event of 2005. It fell short of expectations,
  12. Various software tools aggressively promoted online have the stated purpose of allowing people to download movies and TV shows from services including Netflix and Disney+. While most work on a base level by providing a file that can be stored and watched independently of the service in question, the results are a poor replacement for the services themselves. For those who remember using audio cassette tapes, VHS and Betamax video recorders and similar wizardry, recording content from various sources to keep for a while was the sole purpose of the technology.
  13. Best Netflix Christmas movies: 15 family-friendly holiday films you can stream now Movies for the holidays on Netflix (Image credit: Netflix) Looking for the best Netflix Christmas movies? There’s nothing to put you in the holiday spirit like a properly festive film. And while we all have our favorite Xmas classics (Scrooged, The Muppet Christmas Carol, Jingle All The Way_, one thing Netflix is especially great at is delivering new original Christmas favorites every year. And it’s a Christmas miracle - because 2020 seems to have brought u
  14. Eldritch terrors come forth in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina S4 trailer The Netflix supernatural horror series will conclude its run on December 31, 2020. Kiernan Shipka's Sabrina Spellman faces the Eldritch Terrors in the final installment of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. Sabrina Spellman and the good people of Greendale face their most terrifying adversary yet as otherworldly beings seek to bring about the end of all things in the official trailer for the fourth and final season of The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina. The Netflix se
  15. Lupin trailer offers a fresh retelling of classic French gentleman thief Omar Sy stars as a master thief inspired by the French equivalent of Sherlock Holmes. Omar Sy stars as Assane Diop in the new Netflix series Lupin, a contemporary retelling of the classic French story about a gentleman thief and master of disguise. A man seeking revenge for the death of his father attempts a risky museum heist in Lupin, a new series premiering on Netflix in January starring French actor and comedian Omar Sy. The series is a contemporary reimagining of
  16. Netflix adds age ratings to all content available in the UK The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has announced that Netflix has become the first streaming service in the UK to add BBFC-approved age ratings to all its movie and TV content. Netflix also took this opportunity to give parents additional control features that leverage BBFC data. Commenting on the news, Chief Executive of the BBFC David Austin said: “With people spending increasing amounts of time online, it’s more important than ever for families to have clear, co
  17. “The Queen’s Gambit” set the record as the most-watched scripted limited series to date on Netflix — with 62 million member accounts tuning in to the show in the first 28 days, according to the company. There’s a caveat, though: The way Netflix reports viewing is based on the number of viewers who have watched at least two minutes of a piece of content, which is very different from how the TV industry measures audience. And the streamer cherry-picks which originals it decides to tout with the proprietary metric. Netflix boasted about the success of “The Que
  18. Netflix is making a pandemic comedy movie – but it might actually be good It was only a matter of time, really (Image credit: Shutterstock / sitthiphong) Netflix is reportedly producing a new movie set against the backdrop of a pandemic, directed by Judd Apatow (Knocked Up, The 40-Year-Old Virgin), no less. As detailed in an exclusive report by Deadline, Apatow is making his next movie with the streaming service. The film, which currently has no title, is going to follow a group of actors stuck inside a 'pandemic bubble'
  19. Netflix’s The Liberator is another war story too focused on spectacle Why do our most popular war movies and shows double as special effects showcases? Netflix Netflix’s The Liberator almost didn’t get made. The four-episode miniseries, now streaming, was initially envisioned as an eight-episode drama for the History Channel. The story — both in that version and the one that exists now — was based on the true story of the “Thunderbirds” battalion, a group of US forces that spent 500 straight days
  20. 10 Netflix movies and TV shows you might've missed in 2020 Hidden gems from the year (Image credit: Lou Faulon) Even a worldwide pandemic hasn’t stopped Netflix in its quest to be the most prolific content-making machine around. By the time that this year from hell draws to a close, the streaming giant will have dropped more than 450 different originals in the space of just 12 months. Of course, from Tiger King to Emily in Paris, most of us appear to have spent lockdown binge watching the same handful of guilty pleasure
  21. New ‘promo’ is doing the rounds You might be wondering whether the offer of free Netflix for an entire year is real. There is an supposed promo doing the rounds suggesting that a free year-long subscription with the streaming service is on offer, which many people are hoping is true. Sadly, we’re here to tell you that the promo is a scam – and one that has been circulated several times over the past few years. People have been alerted to the “offer” via phishing emails, which invites you to click on
  22. Netflix has sent over a hundred takedown requests this week targeting tweets that are critical of the movie 'Cuties' and/or urged people to cancel their subscriptions. The takedown notices list the full tweets but only the linked media, which reportedly includes trailers, were removed. The takedowns are highly unusual as Netflix usually targets classic pirated content. Every week, Netflix sends out thousands of takedown requests, most of which target pirated copies of its movies and TV-shows. Yesterday, however, we spotted a series of copyr
  23. Netflix has chosen France to test its first channel offering. Named Direct, the linear channel — which is only available to subscribers — will air French, international and U.S. feature films and TV series that are available on the streaming service. However, the channel will only be accessible via the service’s web browser, unlike its streaming service, which is found on set-top boxes thanks to distribution deals with French telco groups such as Orange, Canal Plus and SFR. The initiative marks Netflix’s first foray into real-time, scheduled programming. Th
  24. Netflix's The Queen's Gambit is quietly one of the best TV shows of 2020 Chess is somehow exciting to watch (Image credit: PHIL BRAY/NETFLIX) You don't need to know chess in order to enjoy The Queen's Gambit on Netflix – but it surely can't hurt. In episode 1, we see how protagonist Beth Harmon (played by Anya Taylor-Joy) has the ability to visualize the chess board on the ceiling of her orphanage's bedroom, paving the way for her journey to becoming a (troubled) chess prodigy. Every time someone mentions a famous chess
  25. It can drop data traffic that you might not even notice. Have you noticed that Netflix hasn’t had any catastrophic outages like it did in years past, even with a surge of viewing during the pandemic? It’s not a happy accident. Netflix has detailed the implementation of technology, priority-based progressive load shedding, that should keep streams flowing even when there are serious failures behind the scenes. It sounds complex, but it ultimately amounts to deciding what the service can afford to sacrifice without people noticing.
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