Netflix has released the newest teaser for their latest anime series, Skull Island. As a part of their launch of the MonsterVerse, the streaming service and Legendary Television have teamed up for a collaboration that would expand upon King Kong’s mythology through the use of anime storytelling.
May is Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) Heritage Month, a cause for celebration of these many diverse communities. But far too often, many who champion this month have belied and ignored specific groups within this collective, often presenting a limited scope of who counts as “Asian” or “Asian American” in this collective consciousness.
Anna Cathcart didn’t expect her character Kitty in Netflix’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before to explode the way it did. She had played the charismatic matchmaker for three films and it looks like Netflix couldn’t get enough of Kitty. Now Cathcart returns as the title character on her own series, X.O. Kitty.
On the eve of the launch of Max, Keith and Britneyuse this episode of Hard NOC Life to look at the changing streaming landscape and the real reason why studios are deleting content off their services. Hint: it’s so they don’t have to pay people their worth. Which is why the writers — and maybe soon the actors — are striking in the first place.
Chris Hemsworth returns as Tyler Rake in Extraction 2, which is the sequel to Netflix’s blockbuster action film, Extraction! Directed by Sam Hargrave, the movies are based on the graphic novel Ciudad by Ande Parks, from a story by Parks, Joe Russo, and Anthony Russo, with illustrations by Fernando León González. The Russo Brothers, Hemsworth, as well as Hargrave all serve as producers.
Katherine Heigl, who is also an executive producer, and Sarah Chalke star as Tully and Kate in Netflix’s Firefly Lane. The final episodes are now streaming. This interview will contain major spoilers for Season 2.
Get comfy and pour yourself a cup of royal tea. Queen Charlotte: A BridgertonStory is headed to Netflix very soon, slated to premiere Thursday, May 4. A prequel to the widely popular Bridgerton, the six-episode series will explore “the story of how the young Queen’s marriage to King George sparked both a great love story and a societal shift, creating the world of the Ton inherited by the characters in Bridgerton.”
Rachael Leigh Cook is no stranger to romantic comedies. She starred in the hit teen rom-com She’s All That and became the princess of the genre, now working with Hallmark and Netflix as both an actress and producer on the 2020 film Love, Guaranteed and this week’s rom-com A Tourist’s Guide to Love.
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always, out tomorrow on Netflix, is a fitting tribute to the storied 30-year old action franchise. Original cast members Walter Emanuel Jones and David Yost return in a new adventure that sees the team reunite to face a foe long thought defeated. As Rangers across the world are captured in order for their powers to be used as an energy source for the villain’s plan, the original Power Rangers team must once again save the world.
What happens when you are the casualty of two opposing forces who threaten your way of life? How does that affect a person — being the collateral damage? For Beef actor Joseph Lee, who plays George, a man whose wife Amy‘s (Ali Wong) battle with the stranger she had a road rage incident with, he thinks about his own experiences dealing with people and setting boundaries.
It was a road rage incident in real life that inspired showrunner Lee Sung Jin to write the dark comedy, Beef. As he was driving on the 10 Freeway in Los Angeles, Lee was cut off by a white SUV — very similar to the car that Ali Wong’s character drives in the series.
Academy Award nominee Hong Chau really wanted to challenge herself in Netflix’s The Night Agent. Playing the president’s chief of staff Diane Farr, Chau never has gotten to play in a political thriller and for a role that leaves fans wondering if she’s good or bad through it all.
This week, Netflix released the hotly anticipated trailer for the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always anniversary special. Thirty years may have passed since their debut, but when it comes to the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, the more things change the more they stay the same.
I had an incredible time chatting with Outer Banks stars Chase Stokes, Rudy Pankow, Jonathan Daviss, Madelyn Cline, Madison Bailey, Carlacia Grant, Drew Starkey, and Austin North about the new season, which is now streaming on Netflix. The series has also already been renewed for a fourth season. These interviews will include spoilers!