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‘Dirty Money’ Season 2 Trailer: Kushner Real Estate Fiascos, Wells Fargo Fraud, and Other Terrible Things

In case you needed another reminder of how corrupt and downright evil the corporate world can be, here comes Dirty Money season 2. The series “provides an up-close and personal view into untold stories of scandal, financial malfeasance, and corruption in the world of business,” and this new season features some familiar, much-loathed faces — like Jared Kushner, son-in-law to the President of the United States, and the possible inspiration for Brahms from Brahms: The Boy 2. Watch the Dirty Money...
Tags: Hollywood, Television, Movies, Documentary, Netflix, United States, South America, Goldman Sachs, Fda, Epa, Margaret Brown, Wells Fargo, Trump, Najib Razak, Brahms, Kushner

Anthony Mackie Thinks the Only Place to Work With “Filmmakers You Adore” is on Streaming

Anthony Mackie may be the star of one of the biggest franchises in the world, but he’s probably on your computer screen (or if you’re really fancy, your television via a streaming device) more often than he’s on the silver screen. Many actors, once they make it big, are reluctant to go back to TV or streaming unless it’s a big prestige project. But in the past year, Mackie has appeared in a Black Mirror episode on Netflix, the Netflix Joe Lynch action thriller Point Blank, and he will soon be s...
Tags: Movies, Disney, Netflix, David O Russell, Avengers, Charlie Kaufman, Martin Scorsese, Altered Carbon, Russell, Anthony Mackie, Mackie, Joe Lynch, Netflix/Streaming Video, Spike Lee David Fincher

‘The Eddy’ Trailer: Damien Chazelle Once Again Asks, “Ya Like Jazz?”

You may already know this, but Damien Chazelle is a big fan of jazz. His movies Whiplash and La La Land are chock-full of jazz, baby, and he’s not ashamed to keep those sweet, sweet jazz tunes swinging into his next project – The Eddy. The Netflix series was created by Chazelle, who also directs some episodes, and follows a once-celebrated jazz pianist played by André Holland who owns a struggling jazz club in Paris. Watch The Eddy trailer below. The Eddy Trailer I know Damien Chazelle ...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Paris, Damien Chazelle, Elliot, Eddy, Farid, La La Land, Andre Holland, TV Trailer, Chazelle, Glen Ballard, The Eddy, New York Elliot Udo André Holland, Maja Joanna Kulig As Elliot, Farid Tahar Rahim

Netflix’s The Eddy Limited Series Teaser & Key Art Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Netflix’s The Eddy Limited Series Teaser & Key Art Released Netflix has released the official teaser for the limited series The Eddy, a musical drama created by Academy Award winner Damien Chazelle (La La Land), Alan Poul, Glen Ballard, and Jack Thorne and set to launch on May 8, along with the official soundtrack via Arista Records, featuring original music from the show. You can check out the teaser in the player below as well as the key art in the gallery! RELATED: Trai...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Netflix, Paris, TV News, Streaming, Elliot, Eddy, Jack Thorne, Marc Maron, Farid, Melissa George, ComingSoon, Arista Records, Glen Ballard

New US Trailer for Coming-of-Age Racing Film 'Go Karts' from Netflix

"You've got a lot of work to do before you're ready to race." Netflix has unveiled a new official trailer for the Australian coming-of-age racing movie originally known as Go!. They have since retitled it to the more generic Go Karts, even though it's the exact same film. The feel-good family coming-of-age film is about a wild young man named Jack who moves to a small town in Western Australia with his mother. He takes up competitive go-kart racing, but must work with an eccentric team to he...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Netflix, Jack, Western Australia, To Watch, Dan Wyllie, William Lodder

Christy Hall on bringing a queer teen lead to life in ‘I Am Not OK With This’

Sofia Bryant (left) and Sophia Lillis with Christy Hall on set. Photo by Nicola Goode Sometimes overnight success doesn’t just happen overnight. Just ask Christy Hall, the co-creator/producer/writer of Netflix’s newest foray into sci-fi, I Am Not Ok With This, debuting February 26 on the streaming service. Having toiled for years as a playwright, her first attempts at writing screenplays gained the attention of Jonathan Entswhile, her collaborator on the show. The two paired to adapt Charles ...
Tags: Chuck, Feature, New York, Hollywood, Entertainment, Stephen King, Lifestyle, Netflix, Sydney, Broadway, Hamlet, Ad Friendly, Midwest, Jonathan, Syndey, Carrie

What to Watch: Gays afraid of gay sex, a true-crime investigation and a Hollywood tell-all

Mark Patton get some glove love in “Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy’s Revenge” Stepping out on a movie date this weekend? Netflix and chillin? Whatever your entertainment needs, we got your back (and hopefully your mind) with Queerty’s weekly “Culture Club” column with some of the highlights of new releases, streaming shows, classics worth revisiting, and what to drink while you watch. The Stream: The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez The case of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez, a child murdere...
Tags: Feature, New York, Hollywood, Entertainment, Lifestyle, Los Angeles, Netflix, Elton John, John, Pedro Almodóvar, Antonio Banderas, Ad Friendly, Queerty, Katya, Salvador, Gabriel

Rachel Brosnahan Joins Anthony Ramos in Distant

Rachel Brosnahan joins Anthony Ramos in Distant Deadline has brought word that The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘s Emmy-winning lead Rachel Brosnahan has signed on to co-star in the upcoming sci-fi comedy Distant alongside In the Heights star Anthony Ramos. RELATED: In the Heights’ Anthony Ramos to Lead Sci-fi Comedy Distant The film, which is being written by Spenser Cohen (Extinction) and directed by Will Speck and Josh Gordon (Office Christmas Party), will follow an asteroid miner who crash lan...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Broadway, Dreamworks, Spike Lee, Will Ferrell, Will Arnett, Hamilton, Vega, Sonny, Gordon, Lin Manuel Miranda, Ramos, Maisel, Matt Hirsch, Movie News

‘The Letter for the King’ Trailer: Netflix Series is Like ‘1917’ But in a Fantasy World, and Without the Long Takes

Dutch author Tonke Dragt‘s beloved 1960s fantasy novel De brief voor de Koning, AKA The Letter for the King, has already been adapted into a movie, but now it’s heading to Netflix as a six-episode streaming series. Between this and The Witcher, Netflix is sparing no expense when it comes to feeding fantasy fans’ appetites while they wait for HBO’s Game of Thrones spin-offs. This thing looks like it cost more than Ozark, GLOW, and American Vandal put together. Check out the new trailer below. ...
Tags: Hbo, Television, Movies, Fantasy, Netflix, Prague, Andy Serkis, New Zealand, Adaptation, Peter Jackson, Joe Cornish, Wilson, Vandal, Omid Djalili, Kim Bodnia, Action/Adventure

‘Marc Maron: End Times Fun’ Trailer: Let’s All Laugh About the End of the World!

Marc Maron brings his own brand of “everything is terrible” comedy to his latest stand-up special, Marc Maron: End Times Fun. As you can probably surmise from the title, Maron is going to be touching on the doom and gloom of our current era, where everything constantly feels like it’s on fire and/or underwater. That may not sound like a recipe for comedy, but Maron is a pro, so he’s got this. Watch the Marc Maron: End Times Fun trailer below. Marc Maron End Times Fun Trailer Marc Maron ...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Netflix, David Bowie, Marc, Marc Maron, Maron, TV Trailer, Marc Maron: End Times Fun, End Times Fun, End Times Fun Trailer, Franklin Marc Maron

‘Ugly Delicious’ Season 2 Trailer: David Chang Serves Up More Foodie Goodness

Delicious food and Danny McBride – what more could you ask for from the second season of Ugly Delicious? James Beard Award-winning chef David Chang and Oscar-winning director Morgan Neville (Won’t You Be My Neighbor?) return to serve more yummy goodness in the Ugly Delicious season 2 trailer, which sees Chang expanding his borders and expanding his rotation of celebrity guests who accompany with him on his food adventures. Watch the Ugly Delicious season 2 trailer below. Ugly Delicious Seas...
Tags: Television, Movies, Documentary, Netflix, Oscar, Bill Simmons, Chang, David Chang, Danny McBride, TV Trailer, Morgan Neville, Helen Rosner, Ugly Delicious, Nick Kroll Aziz Ansari Padma Lakshmi, Chris Ying Danny McBride Bill Simmons, Dave Choe

‘Roma’ Making-of Documentary Now Streaming on Netflix

Netflix is weird about promoting some things. For instance: Did you know they’ve added a making-of documentary about Roma – the same documentary that’s included with the recent Criterion Collection release of the film? It’s true! But the streaming service, as is their style, has been shy about letting people know. That’s why we’re here, folks – to inform you. You’re welcome. I sure wish I could figure out just what the heck the marketing strategy for Netflix is. They have no problem plaster...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Mexico City, Alfonso Cuarón, Roma, Al Pacino, Martin Scorsese, Cleo, Cuaron, Cleo Yalitza Aparicio, Cuarón Roma, Martin Scorsese Robert De Niro Joe Pesci

‘I Am Not Okay With This’ Sneak Peek: Watch the First 7 Minutes of Netflix’s New Dark Comedy Series

Netflix has released a sneak peek at I Am Not Okay With This, a teen dark comedy that seems manufactured in a laboratory to be the perfect Netflix series. It stars: check. Awkward youths navigating teen angst and grief: check. Secret superpowers: check. Based on a comic from Chuck Forsman, who also created the source material for The End of the F***ing World, produced by the folks behind Stranger Things, and created by the team behind Netflix’s own The End of the F***ing World adaptation, Netfl...
Tags: Comedy, Television, Movies, Teen, Netflix, Sydney, Dina, Charles Forsman, Comic Book/Superhero, Josh Barry, Lillis, Sophia Lillis, Jonathan Entwistle, I am not okay with this, Chuck Forsman, Shawn Levy Dan Levine Dan Cohen

Trailer Debuts for Marc Maron: End Times Fun Netflix Stand-Up Comedy Special

Trailer Debuts for Marc Maron: End Times Fun Netflix Stand-Up Comedy Special Netflix has debuted the trailer for Marc Maron’s newest stand-up comedy special, End Times Fun. You can check out the trailer now in the player below! RELATED: Mandatory Streamers: Anthony Mackie Is Takeshi Kovacs in Altered Carbon Season 2 “The lizard portal is open and day coyotes are among us,” says comedy legend Marc Maron. The end is near in Marc Maron’s newest Netflix original stand-up special, End Times Fun. I...
Tags: Movies, Los Angeles, Netflix, Streaming, Takeshi Kovacs, Marc, Marc Maron, Maron, Anthony Mackie, Movie News, Marc Maron: End Times Fun, End Times Fun

Here’s why ‘My Hero Academia,’ the anime and manga series, is set to become an even bigger pop culture phenomenon

The audience for the North American premiere of “My Hero Academia: Heroes Rising” — some of whom were dressed as characters from the Japanese anime and manga series — cheered as the lights went down inside the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood last week. “It’s been an absolute dream,” said Justin Briner, the English-language voice of Izuku “Deku” Midoriya, the lead character in this sprawling universe of teen superheroes. “To see this show that I felt was so special become a phenomenon in our ...
Tags: Japan, Hbo, Movies, Superman, Los Angeles, Sport, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer, United States, San Diego, Chambers, Peterson, Jiro, Westwood, Regency Village Theatre

Indonesian entertainment development company Visinema raises $3.25 million Series A

Jakarta-based entertainment company Visinema will build its animation business and expand into more Southeast Asian markets after raising a $3.25 million Series A led by Intudo Ventures. Returning investors GDP Ventures and Ancora Capital also participated. Founded in June 2008 by CEO Angga Dwimas Sasongko, a director and producer, Visinema produces TV shows, feature films, commercials and other content. Its end-to-end operations allows it to control almost every part of content creation, from c...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Asia, Hollywood, Entertainment, Indonesia, Southeast Asia, Tech, Netflix, Streaming, Honda, Jakarta, Gojek, Intudo Ventures, Patrick Yip

Netflix Adds Deals With Six Anime Creators in Japan

Global streaming giant, Netflix is partnering with six different Japanese creators in order to expand its slate of originals anime content. Among the deals are ones with Clamp, the female manga collective that was responsible for the “Cardcaptor Sakura” franchise. Another is with Mari Yamazaki, whose “Thermae Romae” manga was turned into two hit live-action […]
Tags: Asia, Japan, News, Global, Netflix, Anime, Mari Yamazaki

‘Stateless’, a New Series Created by and Starring Cate Blanchett, Headed to Netflix

Cate Blanchett is headed to Netflix. Stateless, a six-part drama that Blanchett co-created and stars in, was just picked up by the streaming service. Stateless follows four characters – “an airline hostess, an Afghan refugee, a young father of three and an ambitious bureaucrat” – in one of Australia’s immigration detention centers. THR says that Netflix just scooped up the worldwide rights to Stateless, a new Australian show featuring Cate Blanchett. The series will debut on ABC in Australia...
Tags: Television, Movies, Abc, Australia, Netflix, Cate-Blanchett, Guillermo, Blanchett, Mrs America, Stateless, Cornelia Rau, Nightmare Alley, Elise McCredie, Soraya Heidari, Tony Ayres Stateless

‘Rebel Ridge’, From Director Jeremy Saulnier, Adds Don Johnson and More Alongside Star John Boyega

Rebel Ridge, a new Jeremy Saulnier-directed Netflix movie starring John Boyega, just added a bunch of familiar names to its cast. Don Johnson, James Badge Dale, Zsane Jhe, James Cromwell, and Erin Doherty have all now joined the film, which is being described as a “high-velocity thriller.” Not much more is known beyond that, but a new Jeremy Saulnier movie is always worth paying attention to. Variety has the Rebel Ridge casting news, stating Don Johnson, James Badge Dale, Zsane Jhe, James Cr...
Tags: Casting, Netflix, Don Johnson, Erin Doherty, James Badge Dale, James-Cromwell, Jeremy Saulnier, John Boyega, Rebel Ridge, Zsane Jhe

‘Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker’ Trailer: Octavia Spencer is a Female Millionaire

How many self-made female millionaires are there in America? And how many of them have had prestigious limited series made about them? Only a handful, at best. But Netflix is adding to that number with Self Made: Inspired by the Life of Madam C.J. Walker. Oscar winner Octavia Spencer stars as the title character of Self Made, a limited series which tells the story of America’s “first self-made female millionaire.” Watch the Self Made trailer below. Self Made Trailer Octavia Spencer alre...
Tags: Television, Movies, Drama, America, Netflix, True Story, Octavia Spencer, Spencer, J Walker, TV Trailer, Nettie, Madam C J Walker, Tiffany Haddish, Self Made, Life of Madam C J Walker, Life of Madam C J Walker Spencer

Water Cooler: Lion King, Star Wars: The High Republic, Brahms: The Boy 2, Onward, Love Is Blind, Brightburn, The Call of the Wild, Cheer

On the February 25, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , and writers Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss what they’ve been up to at the Water Cooler. At The Water Cooler : What we’ve been Doing : Hoai-Tran saw The Lion King on Broadway What we’ve been Reading : Peter is excited about Star Wars: The High Republic . Jacob has started reading Nobody Does it Better: The C...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Broadway, Pixar, Disneyland, Chris, Peter, Jacob, Brahms, Madeline Miller, Peter Sciretta, Jacob Hall, Water cooler, Featured Stories Sidebar, Hoai Tran Bui, Hoai Tran

Crunchyroll Unveils Its First-Ever Slate of Anime Originals

Anime is all the rage on streaming services like Netflix and Hulu, which have tapped into an eager streaming audience with both classic and new original offerings alike. But one of the streaming platforms that has been around since anime was but a glimmer in pirating websites’ eyes, Crunchyroll, has now made itself a major player in the anime streaming wars. Crunchyroll Originals Trailer Crunchyroll started out in the mid-2000s as a fan-run for-profit video streaming site that became a ...
Tags: Japan, London, Movies, Netflix, Anime, Hulu, Crunchyroll, Sola, Tower of God, Meiji, Netflix/Streaming Video, Webtoon, Raye Rodriguez, Crunchyroll Tower, Onyx Equinox In, Crunchyroll Studios Production

Mandatory Streamers: Anthony Mackie Is Takeshi Kovacs in Altered Carbon Season 2

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Mandatory Streamers: Anthony Mackie Is Takeshi Kovacs in Altered Carbon Season 2 Welcome to Mandatory Streamers, our column covering the best new streaming content coming your way every week! For the week of February 24, Anthony Mackie (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) has taken over the role of Takeshi Kovacs from the first season’s Joel Kinnaman in Season 2 of Altered Carbon. Even with a new face, the past continues to haunt Kovacs as his unending journey continues. Ch...
Tags: Videos, TV, New York, Movies, Nbc, Amc, Netflix, Sydney, TV News, Streaming, Pete Davidson, Yellowstone, Falcon, Kevin Costner, Altered Carbon, Takeshi Kovacs

Locke & Key’s Meredith Averill on Grief in Horror and Her Elm Street Dream Project

Locke & Key’s journey to the small screen was a long and winding one that culminated in something new for Netflix: a single season of television that somehow managed to pack what was essentially the whole of a comic book series’ plot into 10 tightly-crafted, hour-long episodes. Even more impressive, though, was the…Read more...
Tags: Grief, Comics, Science, Interview, Horror, Netflix, Streaming, Joe Hill, Locke, Freddy Krueger, IDW, Locke Key, Gabriel Rodriguez, The Haunting of Hill House, Locke and Key, Nightmare On Elm Street

Disney blocks John Oliver’s new episode critical of India’s PM Modi

Hotstar, India’s largest on-demand video streaming service with over 300 million users, has blocked the newest episode of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight With John Oliver” that was critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a move that has angered many of its customers ahead of Disney+’s launch in one of the world’s largest entertainment markets next month. In the episode, aired hours before the U.S. President Donald Trump’s visit to India, Oliver talked about some of the questionable policies enfo...
Tags: Amazon, Asia, Hbo, Media, Entertainment, Abc, Youtube, Saudi Arabia, John Oliver, India, Disney, Narendra Modi, Tech, Netflix, Cbs, Donald Trump

Guillermo del Toro Reveals Summer Release Date for Netflix’s Wizards

Guillermo del Toro reveals summer release date for Netflix’s Wizards Guillermo del Toro has revealed that Wizards, the final chapter in the Tales of Arcadia trilogy, will arrive on Netflix this summer. You can check out the creator’s official announcement below! WIZARDS, arriving this Summer. pic.twitter.com/IVg41KTwJF — Guillermo del Toro (@RealGDT) February 25, 2020 RELATED: Mike Flanagan Announces Haunting of Bly Manor Has Wrapped Production On the surface, Arcadia appears to be a slic...
Tags: TV, Movies, Netflix, Guillermo Del Toro, TV News, Dreamworks, Streaming, Arcadia, Wizards, Toro, Guillermo, Marc Guggenheim, Mike Flanagan, Dan Hageman, Kevin Hageman, Chad Hammes

Exclusive: Justice Smith Hopeful for Detective Pikachu Return

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Exclusive: Justice Smith hopeful for Detective Pikachu return Last year saw the first live-action theatrical adaptation of the iconic Pokémon game franchise with Detective Pikachu, which was a box office smash and received generally positive reviews from critics. Legendary Entertainment saw the potential prior to its release, greenlighting a sequel prior to its release with Oren Uziel (22 Jump Street) set to write. Fans aren’t the only ones still waiting for news on the ...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Pokemon, Smith, TCG, Letterman, Golden Globe, Reynolds, Ken Watanabe, Nicole Perlman, Elle Fanning, Ryan Reynolds Deadpool, ComingSoon, Movie News, Cale Boyter, Oren Uziel

Netflix Will Start Featuring Daily ‘Top 10’ Lists to Help Indecisive Viewers

Lately, “Netflix and chill” has become less relaxing, as the abundance of options to watch on the streaming service have left many a subscriber browsing for something to watch for hours on end. Netflix has worked hard to customized each subscriber’s homepage to their tastes, but sometimes a stray bad movie or TV show can leave your recommendations a mess, or maybe you just don’t want an algorithm telling you what to do. Now Netflix is rolling out another feature to try to help suggest titles fo...
Tags: Movies, Office, Netflix, Netflix Originals, Netflix/Streaming Video

Daily Podcast: New Star Wars Movie In Development, Martin Scorsese’s Next Film, Jurassic World 3 & Little Shop of Horror Casting

On the February 24, 2020 episode of /Film Daily, /Film editor-in-chief Peter Sciretta is joined by /Film managing editor Jacob Hall , writer Hoai-Tran Bui and Chris Evangelista to discuss the latest film and tv news, including a new Star Wars movie, Martin Scorsese ’s next film, more possible Jurassic Park connections for Jurassic World 3 and Little Shop of Horror casting. In The News : HT: New ‘Star Wars’ Movie Coming From ‘Sleight’ Director and ‘Luke Cage’ Write...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Jurassic Park, Chris Evans, Chris, Martin Scorsese, Little Shop, Peter Sciretta, Jacob Hall, Hoai Tran Bui, Chris Evangelista, Film Daily Podcast, Sam Hume

Cyberpunk 2077 on Xbox One Will Upgrade to Xbox Series X for Free

Cyberpunk 2077 on Xbox One Will Upgrade to Xbox Series X for Free CD Projekt Red has announced that gamers who own the Xbox One version of the highly-anticipated title Cyberpunk 2077 will receive the Xbox Series X upgrade for free when it becomes available. You can check out the Twitter announcement below! Gamers should never be forced to purchase the same game twice or pay for upgrades. Owners of #Cyberpunk2077 for Xbox One will receive the Xbox Series X upgrade for free when available. htt...
Tags: Amazon, Europe, Games, Movies, Microsoft, Netflix, Xbox, Ubisoft, Henry Cavill, Keanu Reeves, Andrzej Sapkowski, Video Game News, CD Projekt Red, Cyberpunk 2077, Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, Night City California

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