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Beyond the symbolism, though, the result of the partnership may be meaningful for Netflix users and investors concerned about the at-times subpar quality of its library.
Los Angeles: Steven Spielberg, the father of the modern movie blockbuster, signed a multi-year deal to provide films for Netflix Inc., promising a stream of new pictures for the online video leader. The multi-film agreement with Amblin Partners builds on an existing relationship, the parties said Monday in a statement. They’ve already teamed up on last year’s “The Trial of the Chicago 7” and the Leonard Bernstein biopic “Maestro,” which is in preproduction. Terms of the deal weren’t disclosed. Netflix is the dominant paid streaming service, but it’s seeking more hits that can attract subscribers and help it stand out in a crowded market -- especially as media giants such as Walt Disney Co., AT&T Inc.’s WarnerMedia and Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal debut more of their biggest films online. In Amblin, Netflix gets access to a legendary filmmaker and a studio whose recent hits include the Oscar-winning “Green Book” and “1917.” The 74-year-old...
A fan-made trailer of a Mahabharat movie garnered over 20 million views on YouTube. It’s time India’s filmmakers take on the challenge – a 21st century ‘karm-yudh’.
Researchers found an hour of streaming emits the equivalent to 55 grams of carbon dioxide. About half the emissions come from the device itself, with older technology harming the most.
From Pose to Queer Eye to Ajeeb Daastaans — here's how LGBTQ community can Feel Good in Pride Month 2021.
I&B ministry issues notice with 3 separate forms — for print/TV outlets with digital arms, digital-only news portals, and OTT platforms. Info has to be filed in 15 days.
The film by director Nikhil Pherwani revolves around two characters, one with Down Syndrome, the other battling OCD, and their unlikely friendship.
The streaming service added far fewer new customers than Wall Street expected in the first three months of 2021, even missing its own forecast by millions of subscribers.
NCPCR's action against Netflix's 'Bombay Begums' triggers old criticism that body works at behest of Centre. Its chairman Priyank Kanoongo says protecting child rights the only agenda.