Grown Ups streaming into your computer or video game console before it reaches pay TV? It sounds like a dream, I know, but it's coming true. Netflix and Relativity Media have announced an agreement whereby the studio's releases would stream on the Netflick machines only a matter of months after DVD release--which is the time usually reserved for watching those shitty movies on HBO and Starz.
"Relativity has produced and financed some of the biggest and best films released in the last few years," Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said in the statement, failing to mention that Relativity's 2010 releases include The Spy Next Door, Dear John, Bounty Hunter and Robin Hood. Now imagine a montage depicting families switching channels from HBO to their Netflix queues while "The Times They Are a-Changin'" plays. Wasn't that powerful and so true?
The new season of Arrested Development is almost here, but Netflix is still unrelenting in their campaign to prove that, come on, Fox, you could have done a little better job promoting this thing. Their latest move: a Bluth's Original Frozen Banana Stand tour, beginning today w... / Continue →
Because apparently this guy really loves the undead and/or morbid birds, soon-to-be Dracula and The Raven star Luke Evans will reportedly be taking the lead role in Relativity Media's The Crow remake. Tom Hiddleston and Alexander Skarsgard had recently been rumored as possibili... / Continue →
It what shall be mankind's greatest monument to Polish virginity, Matrix directors the Wachowskis and Babylon 5 creator J. Michael Straczynski are teaming up to make a sci-fi series for Netflix. As part of the streaming service's continued push into original programming and des... / Continue →