Entertainment

Zack Snyder’s is next movie ‘Rebel Moon’, a epic sci-fi fantacy at Netflix

Zack Snyder has gone from zombie apocalypses and old Greece to nightmares and Metropolis. Presently the filmmaker is going into far away galaxies. Snyder has set his next project, an epic sci-fi fantasy named Rebel Moon that he is co-writing and will direct and produce for Netflix, the home of his latest hit, Army of…

Keep Reading
Entertainment

Jennifer Lopez to star in Sci-Fi thriller ‘Atlas’ for Netflix

Jennifer Lopez is humankind’s last expectation. Indeed, at any rate that is the reason of “Atlas,” a sci-fi thriller set to star the “Jenny From the Block” singer and “Hustlers” actress. Brad Peyton, who orchestrated on-screen savagery in “Rampage” and “San Andreas,” will direct the film. “Atlas” unfolds in a bleak-sounding future where an AI…

Keep Reading
Entertainment

Leighton Meester is set to star in Netflix’s twisty thriller ‘The Weekend Away’

“Gossip Girl” actor Leighton Meester is set to star in Netflix’s twisty thriller “The Weekend Away,” a adaptation of the novel by Sarah Alderson. The psychological thriller takes place amid weekend getaway to Croatia that turns out badly when a lady is accused for killing her best friend. As she attempts to clear her name…

Keep Reading
Entertainment

Netflix renews fantasy series ‘Shadow and Bone’ for season 2

Netflix is getting back to the Grishaverse. The fantasy series “Shadow and Bone” has been renewed for a second season, the streamer declared on Monday during its Geeked Week. Chief producer and showrunner Eric Heisserer and the principle cast — Jessie Mei Li, Archie Renaux, Freddy Carter, Amita Suman, Kit Young, Danielle Galligan, Calahan Skogman,…

Keep Reading
Entertainment

Netflix declares ‘Enola Holmes 2,’ with Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill returning

Enola Holmes is gearing up for a new adventure, and bringing her famous older brother alongside her. Netflix finally declared on Thursday that they’re making a sequel of Enola Holmes with Millie Bobby Brown returning as the titular character, and Henry Cavill back as Sherlock Holmes. In the first film, Brown played the youngest member…

Keep Reading
Technology

Netflix finally bring its shuffle play feature called ‘Play Something’ on TV devices

Figuring out what to watch given the huge number of options available to us is a nightly dilemma for some individuals. Netflix has for quite some time been trying to solve that issue by constantly fine tuning its algorithms. It even used to have a great time bot that would make suggestions dependent on your…

Keep Reading
Entertainment

“Castlevania” series will end with its upcoming Season 4 at Netflix

The “Castlevania” series at Netflix will end with its upcoming Season 4. Season 4 of the anime series will debut on May 13 and will consist of 10 episodes. As indicated by a individual with knowledge on the situation, Netflix is taking a gander at conceivably developing a new show set in the “Castlevania” universe…

Keep Reading
Entertainment

Valve declares Dota 2 anime series to come on Netflix March 25

Netflix is making an anime series dependent on Valve’s hugely-popular game Dota 2. The 8-episode series, named Dota: Dragon’s Blood, dispatches on March 25th, and you can watch the primary trailer at the highest point of this post. “The upcoming fantasy series tells the story of Davion, a renowned Dragon Knight devoted to wiping the…

Keep Reading
Entertainment

Michelle Obama launches a cooking show “Waffles + Mochi” for kids on Netflix

Previous First Lady Michelle Obama is dispatching a child driven cooking show on Netflix. Obama will be a star and a chief maker of “Waffles + Mochi,” which will be accessible for streaming beginning March 16. Designed for a more youthful crowd, it will highlight two manikins, suitably named Waffles and Mochi, and Obama as…

Keep Reading
Entertainment

Netflix Purchases Lord and Miller Animated Film ‘The Mitchells versus The Machines’ From Sony

Sony Pictures has sold “The Mitchells vs. The Machines,” a unique animated family film from makers Phil Lord and Christopher Miller, to Netflix. At a certain point, Sony changed the name from “The Mitchells vs. The Machines” to “Connected,” however it has returned to its unique title. Sony had wanted to deliver the film dramatically…

Keep Reading
error: Content is protected !!