Annabel Jones says that she and Charlie Brooker have been asked about a film "a few times".
First making its way to Channel 4 before moving to Netflix as one of their original series, 'Black Mirror' is without a doubt one of the most talked about shows across the globe. Instantly popular thanks to its exciting and, a lot of the time challenging-to-watch anthology episodes, the series has been going strong for three seasons to-date, with a fourth right around the corner.
The 'Black Mirror' team were celebrated at the 69th Emmy Awards
Details are starting to drip out about the new batch of episodes we should expect when the show does make its comeback to Netflix, but this weekend fans got their answer to whether or not a 'Black Mirror' movie could happen.
Continue reading: 'Black Mirror' Producers Have Been Approached About A Movie
Season two is on the way and fans can prepare with a new free game.
'Stranger Things' season two is almost upon us, but for those who can't wait any longer, a new mobile gaming app has been launched to take players on an adventure into the Upside Down. It's completely free to download, and gameplay is in appropriately 80s style.
The cast of 'Stranger Things' at the SAG Awards
'Stranger Things: The Game' has been created by BonusXP, Inc. with Netflix for Android and iOS and contains no in-app purchases whatsoever - just explore Hawkins for free and avoid getting killed by the Demogorgon. Featuring all the main characters from the series, players have to collect Eggos and Gnomes while utilising each character's abilities to solve various puzzles.
Continue reading: 'Stranger Things' Gaming App Takes Players Back To The Eighties
The origin story comes after his appearance in 'Daredevil'.
One of Marvel's most brutal anti-heroes, The Punisher, is set to join the Netflix series universe - and it doesn't get more merciless than this. He's not the first comic book character to venture out on a bloodthirsty quest for revenge, but no-one exacts it quite like him.
Jon Bernthal as The Punisher
Jon Bernthal gets his very own Netflix series reprising his role as Frank Castle, aka The Punisher, from 'Daredevil'. Based on the comic books by Gerry Conway and John Romita Sr., and created by Steve Lightfoot ('Hannibal'), this series follows how the character came to be the man he is after losing his family to a ruthless murderer.
Continue reading: The First Trailer Lands For The Punisher's Own Netflix Series
The Duffer Brothers want everybody to change a simple television setting.
One of the biggest breakout hits on television last year was Netflix original series 'Stranger Things', from creators The Duffer Brothers, aka Matt and Ross Duffer. Taking viewers to the fictional town of Hawkins in Indiana, the series turned the usual 'young boy goes missing' story on its head, opening up a whole new world of dangerous adventure in a place known as the 'Upside Down'.
Noah Schnapp returns for the second season of 'Stranger Things'
Set in the 1980s, the series included many-a-reference to some brilliant pop culture moments of the time, allowing its sci-fi-meets-horror genre mash-up to venture outside of its usual boundaries. With hugely talented members of the cast, both young and old, giving stellar performances throughout, it was instantly clear that Netflix had another huge triumph on its hands.
There are some brilliant new shows and films hitting Netflix in September, 2017.
Netflix is without a doubt one of the best places to go for the latest entertainment in television and film. With new additions to their slate every month, we've decided to take a look at September and some of the originals that will hit the streaming service, whether it be new seasons of already-established series, or something new altogether.
Narcos (Season 3) - Released September 1, 2017
Continue reading: September 2017: What's New On Netflix
Schumer clarified the content of a report in Variety earlier this week about pay parity with Dave Chappelle and Chris Rock - saying she didn't insist on getting paid as much as them.
The 36 year old star clarified what was stated in a report by Variety earlier this week, which claimed that Schumer asked for a higher fee to star in a Netflix stand-up comedy special after learning that Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle were each getting paid $20 million for their shows on the streaming service.
She said that, while she did ask for a pay increase on her original $11 million deal for her ‘The Leather Special’, she did not ask to get paid the same amount as Rock and Chappelle – because they’re the two of greatest comedians ever and deserve more, according to her.
Continue reading: Amy Schumer Clears Up Equal Pay Row Over Netflix Special
The Netflix original series won't be drawn out for too long.
'Stranger Things' is without a doubt one of the most talked-about original series to come from Netflix, with Matt and Ross Duffer the brilliant minds behind the show. Taking place in the 80s in the fictional small town of Hawkins, Indiana, the first season saw the disappearance of young Will Hawkins take place, before the alternate universe of the Upside Down was exposed to the residents of Hawkins.
The second season of 'Stranger Things' hits Netflix this October
There, the demonic Demogorgon was revealed, feeding on those it could find who had been transported to the Upside Down, but becoming increasingly frustrated when it couldn't feed on Will. He had, for the most part escaped from the Upside Down at the end of the first season, but when we saw him vomiting darkness into his bathroom sink, we knew that the trouble was just getting started.
Continue reading: 'Stranger Things' Creators Say Show Will End After 4 Seasons
There's going to be a 'reintroduction' of the four leading characters.
There's no denying the hype surrounding upcoming Netflix and Marvel collaborative series, 'The Defenders'. Not only one of the most anticipated new shows of this month, but of the entire year, the series will bring Daredevil, Jessica Jones, Luke Cage and Iron Fist together for the first time, as they're forced to put aside their differences and work alongside one another for the greater good.
Simone Missick and Krysten Ritter star in 'The Defenders'
Going up against a worthy adversary in Alexandra, played by Sigourney Weaver, the crime fighters will be facing challenges like none they've ever tackled before. For now though, what many are looking forward to seeing is exactly how the heroes will interact with one another when they first meet.
The show didn't fare well with critics and won't be making a return.
It's official: the critically-panned Netflix original series 'Gypsy', led by Naomi Watts and coming from creator/writer Lisa Rubin alongside 'Fifty Shades of Grey' director Sam Taylor-Johnson - won't be making a return to the streaming service, after the company pulled the plug on the show following just a single season.
Naomi Watts in Netflix original series 'Gypsy'
Released earlier this year, the series saw Watts in the role of New York City psychotherapist Jean Holloway; a woman who was so embedded within her clients' private lives that she would secretly infiltrate each of them, pulling the strings from the inside and using the alias Diane Hart during her time out of the office.
Continue reading: Netflix Cancel Naomi Watts-Led Drama 'Gypsy'
It's their first foray into television.
The Coen Brothers are coming to the small screen for the first time with a brand new anthology series for Netflix entitled 'The Ballad of Buster Scruggs'. It is a Western series of six different stories about the American frontier and it's coming next year.
The Coen Brothers at a 'Hail, Caesar!' photocall
Told through the voices of Joel and Ethan Coen, the show will star Tim Blake Nelson from 'O Brother, Where Art Thou?' as the titular character. The filmmaking duo - who are best known for such movies as 'No Country for Old Men', 'The Big Lebowski' and 'True Grit' - will mark their first TV venture with 'The Ballad of Buster Scruggs', not including the 'Fargo' series which they co-produced.
Continue reading: The Coen Brothers Are Coming To Netflix For Wild West Anthology
Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos with his daughter Sarah Sarandos at the 2017 Film Independent Spirit Awards - Santa Monica, Los Angeles, California, United States - Saturday 25th February 2017