Netflix To Air Dragon’s Dogma On September 17th, 2020

Netflix, the controversial streaming service, is looking to bring more video game adaptations to the small screen, and Capcom’s Dragon’s Dogma will be one of the many games to premier on the subscription-based platform this September. Starring Greg Chun, Erica Mendez, and Cristina Vee, the TV series will follow Ethan as an Arisen as he sets out to vanquish the Dragon that sundered his life. Continue reading “Netflix To Air Dragon’s Dogma On September 17th, 2020”

Netflix Is Turning Ubisoft’s Beyond Good And Evil Into A Movie

Netflix is looking to turn any IP in the games industry either into a TV series or a movie. Already, a plethora of video game to movie or TV adaptations are very much a thing on Netflix, and the company is partnering up with Ubisoft — who is on the Traitors of America list along with Netflix — to make Beyond Good and Evil a movie. Continue reading “Netflix Is Turning Ubisoft’s Beyond Good And Evil Into A Movie”

Splinter Cell Will Gain An Animated TV Series Adaptation On Netflix

Despite rumors flying around that Ubisoft is interested in bringing back Sam Fisher and the Splinter Cell series, it looks like Mr. Fisher will appear on the small screen first rather than on PC or home consoles. According to a new report, Netflix — who is on the Traitors of America list alongside Ubisoft —  is gearing up to air a new Splinter Cell animated series with the help of John Wick writer Derek Kolstad. Continue reading “Splinter Cell Will Gain An Animated TV Series Adaptation On Netflix”

Netflix Removes It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia Episode For “Blackface” Joke

It's Always Sunny Banned

Netflix has been cleaning their catalog of movies, shows, and media material featured on the platform that either they or a select audience of Social Justice curators have deemed “inappropriate” or “problematic” for [current year]. One such show that was caught in the crossfire of censorship is the FX original, It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, which had an episode banned from the Left-wing streaming service for containing a “blackface” joke. Continue reading “Netflix Removes It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia Episode For “Blackface” Joke”

Netflix Bans The League Of Gentlemen, Little Britain, The Mighty Boosh For “Blackface”

Netflix Ban

Netflix, BBC iPlayer, and Britbox have banned a number of shows, basically over the non-existent issue they’re calling “blackface”. In particular, Little Britain has been banned by Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Britbox. Continue reading “Netflix Bans The League Of Gentlemen, Little Britain, The Mighty Boosh For “Blackface””

Japan Sinks: 2020 Anime Is About An Earthquake That Destroys Japan

Japan Sinks 2020

Leave it to Netflix to grab an anime adaptation based on Sakyo Komatsu’s 1973 novel about Japan basically sinking into the ocean after major catastrophic earthquakes breaks the nation up to its core, literally. Continue reading “Japan Sinks: 2020 Anime Is About An Earthquake That Destroys Japan”

Kevin Smith Tries To Defend Masters Of The Universe: Revelation Following Backlash

Masters of the Universe Revelation - Teela

Screen Rant did an article recently about Netflix’s upcoming Masters of the Universe: Revelation, compiling information they’ve gleaned from various sources, including showrunner Kevin Smith talking about the project across various interviews and podcasts. In the article they stated that the upcoming show would star Teela as the main protagonist, which prompted YouTube outlet Clownfish TV to inform fans that they were right all along about He-Man not being the main character of his own show in the Netflix reboot-sequel. Well, Kevin Smith decided to chime in with his own retort and defend the show after backlash erupted over people finding out that He-Man would be sitting second fiddle to Teela. Continue reading “Kevin Smith Tries To Defend Masters Of The Universe: Revelation Following Backlash”

Netflix Purchasing ViacomCBS Rumor Seems Like Absolute Fiction

Again rumors of a potential ViacomCBS buyout have surfaced. As picked up by Bounding into Comics, this rumor originates from Youtuber Grace Randolph. Who claims the talk around Hollywood is Netflix is potentially preparing to buy out the indebted entertainment giant. Along with the long since debunked Apple-Disney buyout, as reported by the Motley Fool. Continue reading “Netflix Purchasing ViacomCBS Rumor Seems Like Absolute Fiction”

Ryan Reynolds Reported To Star In Netflix’s Live-Action Adaptation Of Dragon’s Lair

Whether or not you are familiar or fond of Ryan Reynolds’ work, there’s no denying that Netflix likes to produce social justice shows, which is evident in the network’s original content, adaptations, and remakes. Well, it looks like Reynolds will star in a new Netflix adaptation of the popular 1983 game Dragon’s Lair. Continue reading “Ryan Reynolds Reported To Star In Netflix’s Live-Action Adaptation Of Dragon’s Lair”

Netflix Resident Evil Plot Leak Hints at Complete Lore Butchering

As a long time Resident Evil fan, you become accustomed to bad news and the mediocre launches. Thus when Resident Evil was announced for Netflix it was easy to shrug off. By no means was it good news, but at the same time, there is little point in freaking out over Netflix producing another over-hyped mediocre show laden with progressive overtones and undertones. Continue reading “Netflix Resident Evil Plot Leak Hints at Complete Lore Butchering”

Netflix Hit With Layoffs, Refocusing Marketing on Advertising the Service Not Individual Shows

News coming out of the Hollywood Reporter indicates Netflix will soon be hit with a round of layoffs centered around its marketing department. Before jumping on the Netflix is broke bandwagon, understand that it will be a few years when their bonds are called in, for now, this is a simple reconfiguring of their marketing strategy and cutting the excess by 15 people. Continue reading “Netflix Hit With Layoffs, Refocusing Marketing on Advertising the Service Not Individual Shows”

Netflix’s Ghost In The Shell: SAC 2045 Trailer Has Terrible Music And Unappealing 3D

Ghost In The Shell

Netflix attempting to co-op Japanese anime is something we’ve seen slowly creeping up over the years with their various adaptions, re-releases, originals, and most recently their partnerships with Japanese production studios. Their latest effort is a co-collaboration with Production IG and Sola Digital Arts to bring Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex 2045 to the streaming screens, and oh boy is the first full trailer a hot mess. Continue reading “Netflix’s Ghost In The Shell: SAC 2045 Trailer Has Terrible Music And Unappealing 3D”

Netflix’s Messiah Trailer Gets Comment-Bombed By Angry Muslims

Messiah

Oh boy, Netflix really has a hard-on for pissing off religious fanatics. After airing the gay parody of The First Temptation of Christ, which resulted in angry Brazilians fire-bombing the studio responsible for the movie, as reported by Fox News, Netflix has now riled up Muslims once again with their new series called Messiah, causing them to go on a comment Jihad. Continue reading “Netflix’s Messiah Trailer Gets Comment-Bombed By Angry Muslims”