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  1. 8 episodes mini series. Deep space horror/suspense theme. Character designs by Yoshitaka Amano. Soundtrack by Ryuichi Sakamoto. https://www.netflix.com/gb/title/81002444 I just finished watching this - I thought it was good. Nothing too heavy and pretty concise at just 8 episodes, but it kept me hooked and I was keen to find out the next twist and turn of the story. The art style is a little strange but I recognised Amano’s designs before I saw his name in the credits! Sakamoto’s score is also very nice.
  2. The manga and anime are very popular, but it's probably going to be a shit live movie. It's being made by Netflix and Legendary. Manga and anime are both ongoing. Don't know much about the manga, but the anime is currently in it's 6th season (plus 3 movies). Needless to say, whatever this movie produces will barely scratch the surface. Set in a version of Earth where, in the not too distant past, people started manifesting superpowers as young children, called Quirks in this franchise. In the present day, about 80% of people have Quirks. They can range from devastating power to practically useless. Some people with Quirks go on to become officially licenced superheroes. They have to be licenced and unlicenced vigilantes are illegal. The main character has no Quirk, but still dreams of attending a superhero school. And an encounter with the world's No. 1 hero changes his life. It'll be written by Joby Harold. He did Guy Ritchie's version of King Arthur, the Obi-Wan series and upcoming long delayed Flash and Transformers. https://deadline.com/2022/12/netflix-legendary-my-hero-academia-1235196620/
  3. 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.
  4. 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/
  5. 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/
  6. 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/
  7. 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.
  8. 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.
  9. 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/
  10. 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.
  11. 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.
  12. 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
  13. 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
  14. 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/
  15. A Netflix movie based on a YA series of novels. The school of the title is a school to train kids to be fairy tale heroes and villains. Both sides, to keep balance. Two girls who believe they are a natural fit for good and evil respectively find themselves being put on the opposite side than they expected. As well as the girls played by Sofia Wylie and Sophia Anne Caruso, it stars Charlize Theron, Kerry Washington, Laurence Fishburne and Michelle Yeoh. Directed by Paul Feig. Coming in September.
  16. Netflix are bringing the One Piece manga to life. Hopefully it fares better than Cowboy Bebop. There's a bunch of casting at the link, mostly names I don't think I know, plus Craig Fairbrass. They released a video showing a glimpse at some sets.
  17. 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
  18. https://deadline.com/video/spiderhead-trailer-miles-teller-jurnee-smollett-chris-hemsworth-netflix-pic/ Thor hasn't beheaded Spider-Man. Netflix darkly comedic psychological thriller directed by Joseph Kosinski and starring Chris Hemsworth, Miles Teller and Jurnee Smollett. Set in an island prison run by Hemsworth's Steve Abnesti, where inmates have a device surgically attached which administers mind altering drugs, in exchange for reduced sentences. Rhett Reese & Paul Wernick adapted the script from a short story. Coming on 17 June.
  19. 8-part action comedy series from the creators of Cobra Kai, a show which shouldn't have worked, but did. https://deadline.com/2022/05/cobra-kai-creators-las-vegas-action-comedy-obliterated-netflix-series-moves-tbs-1235014236/ An elite special forces team thwart a deadly threat to Las Vegas. But after they celebrate their victory, they discover the bomb they deactivated was a fake. So now a drunk elite special forces team go in search of the real bomb.
  20. Exploding Kittens, based on the card game, is getting an animated series and mobile game from Netflix. Starring the voices of Tom Ellis, Abraham Lim, Lucy Liu, Ally Maki, Mark Proksch and Sasheer Zamata. The show will be made by new company, Bandera Entertainment, founded by Mike Judge and Greg Daniels.
  21. 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.
  22. New on Netflix, from Adi Shankar. Superhero satire. Very much faux-80s schlock. Wears a low budget on its sleeve. Live action, but with lots of animation of various types. Only 7 20 minute episodes. Fuck knows what kind of hot mess this could be, for better or worse. Includes Christopher Judge, Jane Seymour, Denise Richards and Derek Mears.
  23. Brooker did another interactive thing for Netflix. A cartoon with a Tex Avery and Chuck Jones style. It's about a cat breaking into a museum, to burgle. And a dog security guard trying to stop him. Rather than making decisions on what to do next like Bandersnatch, it asks trivia questions and your answers determine if what the character is doing at that moment succeeds or not. Or as Brooker says, "you’re controlling the luck of the character, rather than the decisions they’re making". I only discovered it in this interview. It's out tomorrow.
  24. Another new TCM, courtesy of Netflix and Legendary. Not really a reboot or remake, it's apparently an alternate continuity sequel to the original, with a 50-years-older Sally from the original in it. Released on 18 February.
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