East Coast Editor Edward Douglas opines about the fact that sometimes having too many options means you’ll never have time to watch some of the less-publicized content.
The trio have been working on the ABC sitcom, Wong as a writer and Park as the star, with it already being renewed for a fourth season. Plans are to make the Netflix film during the summer break.
Based on the Shakespeare plays Henry IV and Henry V, this will be the third collaboration between Edgerton and Michơd since first teaming for 2010’s Animal Kingdom.
Written by SNL vets Emily Spivey and Liz Cackowski, the film will co-star Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Maya Rudolph and of course, Tina Fey. As the title suggests, it involves a trip to Napa, California.
Written by Zack Stentz (Thor), the premise involves four misfit teenagers, who become unlikely allies when their summer camp experience is cut short by an alien invasion.
Filmmaker Akiva Goldsman will put together a prestigious writers’ room in order to create a number of feature films out of Liefeld’s characters, including Brigade and Bloodstrike.
Based on the career of female bodyguard Jacquie Davis, the film was produced under West End Films’ WeLove brand, which looks to develop and promote films by and for women.
The second season of the popular series will follow the 2nd season of Jessica Jones, which premieres on Thursday, March 8.
Toby Stephens, Molly Parker and Parker Posey star in the remake of the Irwin Allen show from the ’60s which became popular through constant reruns.
The Emmy-winning show has showcased many talented directors and actors over its first four seasons, but there’s no word if Season 5 will premiere this year or next.
Avengers: Infinity War directors Joe and Anthony Russo are producing the vigilante superhero movie with a plot that’s being kept under wraps.
Netflix will release the acclaimed Sundance award-winning film starring Chanté Adams on March 23.
The animated take on Jack London’s classic tale of fiction and the psychological thriller starring Andrea Riseborough are both expected to be released this year.
Having more immediate success with its Emmy-winning television series, many in their third, fourth and fifth seasons, will Netflix’s decision to release so much content on a weekly basis end up hurting the brand?
Directed by Ben Young (Hounds of Love), the movie was pulled from Universal’s release schedule a few months back, and it’s now going the way of Paramount’s The Cloverfield Paradox.
When a bomb squad veteran finds herself trapped in a room rigged with ticking explosives while simultaneously stuck in the body of the cop that called in the threat she has to defuse the bomb, escape the room and make it back to headquarters to return to her own body before it is too late.
The animated musical adventure is set to debut on Netflix and in China theaters in 2020. Keane’s short Dear Basketball about Kobi Bryant is a current Oscar nominee.
My Next Guest Needs No Introduction will be Letterman’s return to “television” two and a half years after retiring from Late Night, and it will feature Obama’s first television talk show appearance since leaving office.
Based on Daniel Handler’s popular series of books–written under the pseudonym of “Lemony Snicket”–the second season will air on the streaming network starting March 30.
Starring DeWanda Wise as Nola Darling, a Brooklyn woman looking to define herself through her friends, lovers and job, the series is based on Lee’s 1986 indie debut of the same name.
Directed by David Ayer (Suicide Squad, End of Watch), the Netflix movie could be a game-changer for the streaming service by being the only place to see Will Smith’s new movie.
Krysten Ritter stars as the super-powered P.I. created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos. Jessica Jones is only the second Marvel/Netflix series to get a second season so far.
Jon Shestack Productions and Madhouse Entertainment will produce the film for the streaming network.
The adaptation of Daniel Handler’s popular series of books stars Neil Patrick Harris as the devious Count Olaf. Lucy Punch, Nathan Fillion, Tony Hale and Roger Bart join the cast for Season 2.
The Oscar-winning filmmaker behind The Fog of War tackles the subject using a hybrid method that includes actors like Peter Sarsgaard, Molly Parker, Bob Balaban and Tim Blake Nelson performing roles.