‘Triple Frontier’ Trailer: Ben Affleck & Company Take Down A South American Drug Lord In Netflix Feature

“Do we finally get to use our skills for our own benefit?” is the question that resonates through the new trailer for the forthcoming Netflix action-drama Triple Frontier.
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‘Stranger Things 3’ Set for 2019 Premiere on Netflix – Here’s a Sneak Peek at Episode Titles (Video)

Netflix is taking you back to the Upside Down next year. The streamer dropped a new teaser video Sunday, announcing “Stranger Things 3” will launch in 2019.

Though we don’t have an official premiere date set yet for the return of the Millie Bobby Brown-led sci-fi series, Netflix did offer up a sneak peek at the next installment’s episode titles in the 1-minute clip, which include: “Suzie, Do You Copy?,” “The Mall Rats,” “The Case of the Missing Lifeguard,” “The Sauna Test,” “The Source,” “The Birthday,” “The Bite,” and “The Battle of Starcourt.”

(Yes, you have permission to begin theorizing about those eight monikers immediately.)

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“In the summer of 1985, the adventure continues…” a title card closing out the video reads, before the teaser confirms the third season of the Duffer Brothers-created show will launch next year. (Again, no word on exactly when in 2019 the new batch of episodes will drop, though.)

The news that “Stranger Things” won’t be returning until 2019 isn’t exactly a shock, as it was widely presumed the series wouldn’t debut its new season until at least next summer, thanks to a teaser that heavily implied that far-off premiere date and Netflix’s Vice President of Original Content, Cindy Holland’s remarks when asked about said teaser’s implications.

“Well, it’s a hand-crafted show. You know, the Duffer Brothers and [director] Shawn Levy have worked really hard, and they understand the stakes are high,” Holland told reporters during the Television Critics Association’s press tour in July. “They want to deliver something bigger and better than what they did last year. And so, they really want to take the time to get it right. I think it’s gonna be a fantastic season. It’s gonna be worth the wait.”

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Watch the episode-titles teaser above.

“Stranger Things 3” will launch in 2019 on Netflix.

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New ‘Ghost in the Shell’ Animated Series Lands at Netflix

The new “Ghost in the Shell” animated series from Production I.G has landed at Netflix, the company announced on Friday.

The anime series, titled “Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045” will premiere worldwide on the streamer in 2020.

As previously announced,  Kenji Kamiyama (“Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex” series) and Shinji Aramaki (“Appleseed”) will co-direct the project, a new story based on the original manga series. Animation studio Production I.G will team with Sola Digital Arts, the studio behind Netflix’s upcoming “Ultraman.”

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“YES, A NEW GHOST IN THE SHELL ANIME IS COMING,” the company wrote on its sci-fi centric Twitter account. “‘Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045’ will be directed by ‘Appleseed’s’ Shinji Aramaki and ‘Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex’s Kenji Kamiyama.’ On @Netflix in 2020! *desire to explore the true meaning of human consciousness intensifies*”

The new anime series will be the latest installment in the “Ghost in the Shell” franchise, following the 2017 live-action film, which received widespread criticism for casting white actress Scarlett Johansson as the Japanese character Motoko Kusanagi.

Ghost in the Shell: SAC_2045 will be directed by Appleseed’s Shinji Aramaki and Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex’s Kenji Kamiyama. On @Netflix in 2020!
*desire to explore the true meaning of human consciousness intensifies* pic.twitter.com/MgKzX2KydQ

— NX (@NXOnNetflix) December 8, 2018

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‘Girl’ Featurette: Netflix’s Golden Globe Foreign Language Nominee Explores True Transgender Story Of Ballerina Born As A Boy

EXCLUSIVE: Girl was just nominated as Best Foreign Language Film at the Golden Globes yesterday and is the official entry from Belgium for the Foreign Language Feature competition at the Oscars (voting by the Academy’s Foreign Language committee …

Paris Hilton, Emily Ratajkowski, More Get Social Media ‘High’ in Netflix’s ‘American Meme’ Trailer (Video)

Wait, there’s a movie about the social influence of Paris Hilton, The Fat Jewish, Emily Ratajkowski and more? Loves it.

The trailer for Netflix’s new documentary about “social media disruptors” dropped Friday morning, just in time to give you a preview of what you’ll see if you decide to watch “The American Meme” tonight — as the 98-minute film launched on the streamer, too.

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Here’s the official synopsis for the flick, which debuted at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival:

With support from social media moguls DJ Khaled, Hailey Baldwin and Emily Ratajkowski, The American Meme explores the journeys of four distinct social media disruptors, Paris Hilton (@parishilton), Josh Ostrovsky (@TheFatJewish), Brittany Furlan (@brittanyfurlan) and Kirill Bichutsky (@slutwhisperer), as they hustle to build empires out of their online footprints, redefining the paradigm for the American Dream. Premiered at 2018 Tribeca Film Festival.

The film features Hilton, Ostrovsky, Furlan, Bichutsky, DJ Khaled, Baldwin and Ratajkowski.

“The American Meme” was written and directed by Bert Marcus and produced by Marcus and Cassandra Hamar.

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Watch the trailer above.

“American Meme” launched Friday on Netflix.

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