A new musical about Britain’s Princess Diana will be filmed without an audience and air on Netflix Inc in early 2021 before it debuts on Broadway, producers announced on Friday.
Michelle Obama book tour documentary hits Netflix
Michelle Obama will star in a new documentary out next week which follows the former first lady’s global book tour for her smash-hit memoir, Netflix said Monday.
Netflix banks on vast production line to weather pandemic
While coronavirus has brought Hollywood to a halt, Netflix has enjoyed record success. But will the streaming giant’s well-stocked slate of future shows be enough to maintain that growth?
Oscar-winner Mo’Nique sues Netflix for pay discrimination
Oscar-winning actress Mo’Nique on Thursday filed a pay discrimination lawsuit against Netflix, alleging the streaming giant offered her less money than it did to white and male performers because she is a black woman.
Netflix gets its game on at E3 with ‘Stranger Things’
Netflix on Wednesday made its first formal appearance at the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, showcasing plans for video games based on hit original shows such as “Stranger Things.” The streaming television powerhouse is looking to expand its original shows into…
Academy warned against excluding Netflix from Oscars
It may already have Oscars under its belt, but Netflix’s acceptance by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences hangs in the balance. The prestigious body is set to reexamine whether the streaming giant will remain eligible for such…
‘Komola Rocket’ lands on Netflix, DIFF
Entertainment Desk Film “Komola Rocket” stars Samia Syed, Joyraj, Sheoti, Dominic Gomez, Bappa Shantanu, Sujat Shimul, Shahidullah Shobuj and Abu Raihan. It is directed by Noor Imran Mithu and produced by Impress Telefilms. The script is based on two stories…
Netflix’s Friedland sacked over ’N-word’
Netflix has fired its head of communications over his use of the “N-word”. In an internal memo, Chief Executive Reed Hastings apologised to staff for not acting sooner. He said the comments showed a “deep lack of understanding”.
Netflix buys The Little Prince from Paramount
Netflix has purchased The Little Prince from Paramount, picking up US distribution in a move meant to finally bring the animated feature to US audiences.