Netflix has revealed release dates and shown sneak-peak footage for the streamer’s upcoming 2023 slate of films, which includes the highly anticipated Zack Snyder’s “Rebel Moon” and the Gal Gadot-led “Heart of Stone” spy thriller.More
Filmmaker Zack Snyder is landing his next gig with Netflix. Hot off of two sensational projects in 2021, the long sought-after “Snyder Cut” and a return to his zombie roots with “Army of the Dead,” Zack Snyder will venture into a galaxy far, far away from Warner Bros. and travel at warp-speed into the Netflix continuum.
In a world of phenomenal, high-quality comic book content, “Jupiter’s Legacy” falls a bit flat. It’s amazing that “Jupiter’s Legacy” lets us jump into a universe that is already formed. But while it has a great cast and characters with fascinating powers, “Jupiter’s Legacy” moves at such a slow pace and is so unfocused that it becomes a chore to watch. And by the end of the show, it just becomes a pitch for Season 2/Volume 2.
Netflix announced on Monday that director Jordan Vogt-Roberts (“Kong: Skull Island”; 2017) would helm a live-action feature film adaptation of Japan-based studio Sunrise’s “Gandamu Shirīzu” (English: “Gundam Series”) series.
Ariana Grande gifts fans with “excuse me, i love you,” her new concert documentary that follows Grande as she is on The Sweetener World Tour. The film is set to be released on Dec. 21, a year after the tour finished, which ran through most of 2019.
Someone recently asked me what kind of music I listen to, and I didn’t know how to tell him that I, a 22-year-old, have been listening to the “Julie and the Phantoms” soundtrack religiously every day for the past month and a half.
You may have noticed something about the selections of shows that are in your streaming subscriptions. Cartoons that haven’t been on your screens since that one afternoon after school in the early 2000s.
A cute ‘90s ghost band poofs into 2020 teenager Julie Molina’s life. Julie’s the only person who can see them, people can hear their music, but when they play music with her they’re visible to everyone. Wild antics and deep emotions ensue.
The first half of season 5 of “Lucifer” can be streamed on Netflix. However, with so many questions from episode eight’s cliffhanger unanswered, “Spoiler Alert,” and the uncertainty of the COVID-19 pandemic, it is unclear when the eight episodes for season 5B will surface.