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  1. There were early indications of a sequel already, but now a third too, with Netflix reportedly paying $400m+ for them. Craig and Johnson both returning. https://deadline.com/2021/03/knives-out-two-sequels-netflix-400-million-plus-deal-daniel-craig-rian-johnson-ram-bergman-1234724575/
  2. Dark was a big hit, so its creators Jantje Friese and Baran bo Odar are back with Netflix with another show. It's set in 1899, around a group of migrants from around Europe and maybe further sailing to America. Their ship encounters another migrant ship adrift and...something mysterious they're not going into details on happens. It'll be multilingual with the multinational cast speaking their native tongues. It's filmed on a virtual "Volume" set, familiar to those in The Mandalorian thread. Friese and Odar actually had this built themselves, at Babelsberg studios in Germany, and set up their own company to operate it, on the back of this and Netflix committing to shooting more stuff on it. It's currently Europe's largest version of the tech.
  3. https://deadline.com/2021/02/wednesday-addams-live-action-series-tim-burton-netflix-al-gough-miles-millar-to-showrun-1234695553/ Tim Burton to direct an 8-part live-action Wednesday Addams show for Netflix. Al Gough and Miles Millar as showrunners.
  4. Mike Flanagan hasn't done a show about bombing down the Bayshore Route in Tokyo in cars that crashed through Halfords first. It's about a group of terminally ill young adults in a hospice who gather at midnight to tell scary stories. And make a pact that when the first dies, they communicate with others from beyond the grave. And when the first does die, strange things begin happening. Starts today. It's also made it into the Guinness Records for the most jump scares in a single episode. Flanagan actually hates jump scares, but decided to deliberately go over the top for those people who clamour for them and try to make them meaningless. https://deadline.com/2022/10/the-midnight-club-now-guiness-world-records-holder-1235137919/
  5. https://deadline.com/2021/11/randall-park-blockbuster-video-store-comedy-series-netflix-from-superstore-duo-david-caspe-1234876166/ Netflix have ordered a workplace comedy set in the last Blockbuster Video store in America. Starring Randall Park and some Superstore people behind the scenes. Netflix were almost crushed by blockbuster back in the day, when Netflix were a movie rental company, and they even rebuffed an offer to sell Netflix to them. How things could have been different. Brought down by Kit-Kats in the end, innit.
  6. NWR has a 6-episode show coming to Netflix. Made back home in Denmark. It's a "neon-drenched noir", for a change. Production has already wrapped and it'll be out later this year. And it sounds like we can expect more from him and Netflix.
  7. Netflix are to release this on 1 January. It's 8 episodes and the non-linear aspect is that it doesn't matter what order you watch them in and different people will be served different orders. Might be interesting to see how that works in reality. The idea came from when $70bn of bonds went missing during Hurricane Sandy. The creator thought "What if it was actually a heist using the storm for cover". Stars Giancarlo Esposito, Rufus Sewell, Paz Vega, Tati Gabrielle, Peter Mark Kendall, Rosaline Elbay, Jai Courtney, Niousha Noor, Jordan Mendoza, Soojeong Son and Hemky Madera.
  8. Another revival! Ralph Macchio and William Zabka have bills to pay are back as Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence. After competition from mainly streaming services, it's going to YouTube Red, the YouTube subscription service. Down-and-out Johnny reopens the Cobra Kai dojo and reignited his rivalry with a successful Daniel, who has struggles of his own. It's going to be a 10 episode half hour comedy series. Yes, comedy. Karate too of course. It's being written by the minds behind Hot Tub Time Machine and Harold and Kumar.
  9. I only played the first couple of games, so have no idea where it ended up going. But Netflix have acquired the rights and are partnering with The Coalition to develop a movie and an animated series. It'll apparently be a high priority with work expected to begin pretty quickly. https://deadline.com/2022/11/netflix-gears-of-war-1235165887/
  10. Another game-based Netflix animation. Not a lot of detail yet, other than it being new characters inspired by the game and it's coming in December. And a teaser trailer
  11. Remember that time Netflix made a rubbish live-action Death Note? Now Netflix are making a live-action Death Note again. This one is from the Duffer Brothers company, though I don't know if they're directing. https://deadline.com/2022/10/death-note-halia-abdel-meguid-series-adaptation-manga-netflix-duffer-bros-1235151144/
  12. Netflix anime set in the world of the game, animated by Trigger. It's coming in September https://deadline.com/2022/06/cyberpunk-edgerunners-teaser-trailer-first-look-netflix-anime-series-video-game-1235040841/
  13. Del Toro plans stop-motion 'Pinocchio' Del Toro teaming up with Henson Company for a stop-motion movie. Penned by Del Toro and someone called Gris Grimley who did a version of the book in 2002. I don't know him, but maybe some of you do. Oh, and one word which seems to stand out there is necrophilia...
  14. It's Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, who some don't get on with, so I thought I'd mention that first. And don't ask me what's going on with that title. Coming to Netflix on 21 September. Evan Peters stars as Dahmer. Largely told from the victims perspective and goes into the police incompetence and apathy that allowed him to go on for so long. https://deadline.com/video/monster-trailer-evan-peters-jeffrey-dahmer-ryan-murphys-netflix-series/
  15. https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/netflix-lands-jordan-peele-keegan-michael-key-stop-motion-film-henry-selick-1094475 Netflix are financing Henry Selick's next stop-motion movie. Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key play the title characters, demon brothers facing their arch-enemy to try to earn their way out of hell.
  16. They're giving a live-action Avatar another go, after that movie which doesn't exist. It's being run by the original animated show's creators/showrunners and will be on Netflix, in partnership with Nickelodeon. They specifically mention a culturally-appropriate, non-whitewashed cast and that Netflix are backing them in their vision to go even deeper into the characters, story, action, and world-building. Also this concept art
  17. Described as a pulpy mystery caper. A sort of mix of present-day and stylised 70's elements. Stars John Boyega, Teyonah Parris and Jamie Foxx. After a series of eerie events, they find themselves on the trail of a nefarious government conspiracy.
  18. J-Lo is the next to take the lead in a woman-kicking-arse movie. She's an assassin who comes out of hiding to protect the daughter she gave up years before. Scarred Joseph Fiennes in the trailer too. Coming in May.
  19. An animated special, accompanied by the simultaneous release of an album of the same name which also serves as the soundtrack. From Kid Cudi and Kenya Barris. It's a story about a young artist named Jabari (Kudi) and his photographer neighbour Meadow (Jessica Williams). Also stars Timothée Chalamet, Ty Dolla $ign, Laura Harrier, Vanessa Hudgens, Christopher Abbott, 070 Shake, Jaden Smith, Keith David, Teyana Taylor, Arturo Castro and Macaulay Culkin. Released on 30 September.
  20. From the studio that brought you the best Resident Evil movie series starring Milla Jojovich OF ALL TIME and Netfix. Not a lot of detail yet, but they plan to do exciting things such as "expand the universe" and "deepen the existing mythology". It'll explore the dark inner workings of Umbrella Corporation and the new world order. The latter are wrestlers, right?
  21. Graphic novel, The Umbrella Academy, is getting a 10 episode live action series on Netflix. Steve Blackman will be showrunner and producer. He also produces on Fargo and Legion. I know nothing about it, so I'll just paste this. Apparently it's popular and award winning.
  22. A Netflix Film. Jamie Foxx used to be a vampire hunter, but is out of the Union after too many incidents. But with his family threatening to move away, he needs money and wants back in, so goes back to the Union boss, played by Snoop. Gets teamed up with a rookie partner played by Dave Franco. Coming 12 August. R-rated trailer
  23. The Russo Brothers $200m action movie for Netflix. Stars Ryan Gosling, Chris Evans, Chris Evans dodgy moustache, Jessica Henwick, Ana de Armas, Wagner Moura, Dhanush, Billy Bob Thornton, Alfre Woodard, Regé-Jean Page, Julia Butters, Eme Ikwuakor and Scott Haze. Gosling is The Gray Man, a CIA merc who uncovers something he shouldn't. So Evans, a CIA former colleague, has to hunt him down. Based on a series of books, they hope for it to begin a movie franchise. Coming to Netflix on 22 July
  24. https://deadline.com/2022/03/the-sea-beast-karl-urban-jared-harris-dan-stevens-set-for-netflix-film-1234990992/ Netflix CG animation from Chris Williams of Moana and Big Hero Six. Starring the voices of Karl Urban, Zaris-Angel Hator, Jared Harris, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Dan Stevens and Kathy Burke. Beasts inspired by the creatures on 16th and 17th century maps. Coming on 8 July.
  25. New Netflix adult animation from Pendleton Ward and Duncan Trussell. Starts 20 April.
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