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Along with “House Of Cards,” “Orange Is The New Black” was one of Netflix‘s early must-see TV shows that helped turn the streaming service into a content giant. And this year the series is still going strong, delivering its fifth season, with Netflix already renewing the show through season seven. I haven’t been watching the series, but this clip picks up right where season four left off, and cuts away (and leaves you with a big bang). Continue reading It’s Time To Riot In New Trailer For ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Season 5 at The Playlist.
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Don’t hate the streaming service player, hate the streaming platform game. And it’s a game that’s still a thorn in Hollywood’s side. Leading the charge of streaming disruptors is of course Netflix and they continue to rock the industry and pinch good talent from all kinds of studios, many of whom have strong relationships with indie talent. The latest filmmaker going the way of Netflix is Noah Baumbach with his latest film, “Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected).” Written and directed by Baumbach, (“Frances Ha,” “Mistress America”), Netflix has acquired the global rights to the picture ahead of any potential festival bows. Continue reading Noah Baumbach’s ‘The Meyerowitz Stories’ Is Acquired By Netflix at The Playlist.
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Are you familiar with Capheus, Kala, Lito, Nomi, Riley, Sun, Will and Wolfgang? Well, it might be time to get acquainted with “Sense8.” While reviews were mixed for the first season, not only did it connect with audiences, according to Brandwatch, it’s one of the most anticipated returning Netflix shows in 2017 along with “House Of Cards” season five, and “Stranger Things” season two. Continue reading Get Connected With The New Trailer for ‘Sense8’ Season 2 at The Playlist.
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To begin with an unfortunate hot take, Baz Luhrmann‘s cinematic vocabulary doesn’t include subtlety. For the Aussie director, every moment of drama must become glaring melodrama, color must explode off the screen, music is grandiose, and fabulous fireworks are de rigueur. The goal, of course, is in-your-face emotion, but amplification often causes distortion rather than ardent feeling. For better or worse, this is Luhrmann’s voice and at the very least, it’s a signature that’s unmistakably his. Continue reading ‘The Get Down’ Doubles Down On Its Cartoonish Sensationalism In Season 2 [Review] at The Playlist.
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To begin with an unfortunate hot take, Baz Luhrmann‘s cinematic vocabulary doesn’t include subtlety. For the Aussie director, every moment of drama must become glaring melodrama, color must explode off the screen, music is grandiose, and fabulous fireworks are de rigueur. The goal, of course, is in-your-face emotion, but amplification often causes distortion rather than ardent feeling. For better or worse, this is Luhrmann’s voice and at the very least, it’s a signature that’s unmistakably his. Continue reading ‘The Get Down’ Doubles Down On Its Cartoonish Sensationalism In Season 2 [Review] at The Playlist.
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While there are plenty of movies to see this summer, if you decided to stay in and just watch Netflix, you’d have enough content to keep you busy until Labor Day. And one new show that’s sure to get a lot of eyeballs is “Glow.” READ MORE: The 30 Most Anticipated New TV Shows Of 2017 From Jenji Kohan, the creator of “Orange Is The New Black,” the series stars Alison Brie as a struggling young woman who finds inspiration, blood, sweat, and tears when she falls into the wild world of women’s wrestling. Continue reading First Look: Alison Brie Gets In The Ring For Netflix’s Wrestling Series ‘Glow’ at The Playlist.
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We’re exactly one week away from Thierry Frémaux and the organizers of the Cannes Film Festival unveiling their lineup for this year. It’s even more of a mystery this time around than in past years, as we don’t even know the opening film yet, and while there has been plenty of speculation, at the end of the day, nobody really knows anything. Still, everyone is continuing to peer hard into the crystal ball and read the tea leaves, and it appears two big contenders won’t be walking down the red carpet. Continue reading Rumor: Netflix’s ‘Okja’ And ‘War Machine’ Won’t Be At Cannes at The Playlist.
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