The streamer will require that workers at its offices be vaccinated for COVID-19,The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. That includes its Los Gatos, California, headquarters, where visitors also have to show proof of vaccination, as well as the Sunset Blvd. location in Los Angeles. Variety first reported the news.
The highly anticipated Netflix action flick — starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds — is "the biggest movie Netflix has ever done," according to Seven Bucks Productions' President of Production, Hiram Garcia, who's a producer on the film.
"Red Notice is such a fun film! It's the biggest movie Netflix has ever done and they were incredible partners making sure we had everything we needed to finish the movie in the middle of a pandemic," Garcia said in an interview with Collider, published Wednesday.
Netflix is making the COVID-19 vaccine mandatory for U.S. productions, becoming the first major studio to set a vaccination policy.
The vaccine will be required for those in Zone A — which includes members of cast and crew — but the streaming giant plans to make a few exceptions involving age, medical, and religious purposes, Deadline reports.
Paris Hilton can cook...kind of. Check your smoke detector and get ready -- Cooking with Paris comes to Netflix August 4th!
She's not a trained chef and she’s not trying to be. Join Paris Hilton along with her celebrity friends (and sous-chefs) Kim Kardashian West, Nikki Glaser, Demi Lovato, Saweetie, Lele Pons, Kathy Hilton and Nicky Hilton as she navigates new ingredients, new recipes and exotic kitchen appliances. Inspired by her viral YouTube video, Paris will take us from the grocery store to the finished table spread - and she might actually learn her way around the kitchen.
The sixth and final season of Netflix's Lucifer premieres Sept. 10, star Tom Ellis and co-showrunners Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich revealed during the fantasy procedural's [email protected] panel Saturday. Along with that announcement, Netflix has now released Lucifer profile icons, for anyone who wants to identify as the devil himself or one of his many supporting characters when watching the streaming service.
The Stone Quarry Productions, a banner run by filmmaker Zack Snyder, producing partner Deborah Snyder and executive Wesley Coller, has signed a first-look film deal with Netflix.
The two-year deal anchors the filmmaking team to the streamer for which it made Army of the Dead, a zombie heist movie that is among the most watched movies released by the digital company. And it comes just weeks after Snyder set up his next movie, sci-fi adventure tale Rebel Moon. The latter falls under the new deal.
Netflix Reportedly Hopes To Offer Video Games Within The Next Year.
As we enter a new age of technology where everything is becoming more digital, we’re starting to see video games go through their own evolution. Gone are the days of cartridges and discs as the go-to way to acquire games, and instead, they’re being placed into consoles and PCs directly via download. However, with services like Xbox Game Pass becoming more popular, there’s a push to move video games more into the cloud. This would allow players to skip (or at least shorten) the download process entirely and just play games immediately without a physical copy, similar to how many people watch their favorite movies and TV shows.
The Obamas’ Higher Ground and Fatherhood producers Temple Hill are re-teaming for a new project at Netflix.
The companies are developing Blackout, a film and TV “event” that is being adapted from six different love stories, each penned by a different writer. The project, Netflix notes, is being developed concurrently as a TV series and film adaptation. That means that some of the six stories could wind up in the film, while others are in the TV show. Sources caution that while this seems like a franchise in the making, it’s not a “multiverse” that will consist of multiple films and TV shows — at least not right now.
There will be no second season for Cursed. Netflix quietly has canceled the fantasy series, which is based on a key character from the King Arthur legend, after one season, I have learned. The cast has been released to pursue other opportunities.
Netflix announced it will be bringing the Chinese live-action Dynasty Warriors film to the streamer on July 1.
The live-action Dynasty Warriors film premiered in Hong Kong on April 29. It then opened to mainland China the next day, on April 30. It was initially scheduled to premiere back in 2018. It then moved to a 2019 debut but was inevitably delayed to its 2021 release date.
Kevin Hart drama “Fatherhood” hit No.1 on Netflix in 82 countries after releasing June 18, according to the streamer. Netflix also projects that 61 million households will have seen the movie — or some portion of it — within its first four weeks.
Timed to Father’s Day weekend, “Fatherhood” drew in viewers with a story about a dad learning to navigate fatherhood while coping with the death of his wife. Notably, the number of viewers reported by Netflix does not adhere to the conventional audience measurement tools used by traditional networks. Instead, the number of viewers is based on the amount of subscribers who watch at least two minutes of a piece of content. For “Fatherhood,” that would translate to watching just under 2% of the movie.
Netflix teases bizarre dating show 'Sexy Beasts,' where contestants look like furries The show will send contestants masked in wild costumes on first dates to see if personality alone can make people fall in love.
Spielberg's company, Amblin Partners, announced Monday it has signed a multiyear deal to make feature films annually for the streaming powerhouse Netflix.
Amblin, named for a 1968 short film by Spielberg, will continue to make movies for Universal Pictures. In recent years, Universal distributed high-profile Amblin projects such as "Green Book" and "1917."