Netflix Moves Into Original Feature Films, Starting This October

Netflix Moves Into Original Feature Films, Starting This October

By Sarah Perez Netflix is ready to become a home for feature films, giving the industry a new outlet for movie production in an era of declining ticket sales – a trend that has led to a large influx of what studios’ believe will be sure-fire hits, like remakes and sequels. The first film out of the gate is indicative of the kind of film that could potentially be a critical favorite, but may not… Read More

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