Will Smith is getting back into the fantasy/science fiction world with his latest project Bright. Bright is a NetFlix movie that is reminiscent of MIB, instead of it dealing with agents dealing with aliens it’s officers dealing with fantasy folk. With Bright, NetFlix is diving more into original content and it looks good. Here’s the trailer, for Bright, through MovieClips Trailers YouTube channel:
Netflix is looking to add to it’s rooster of original content. ICv2 is reporting that they have asked for a 10 episode season based on Gerard Way and Gabriel Ba’s, Dark Horse Comics, The Umbrella Academy. Universal Gable Productions has announced Steve Blackman as the executive producer and show runner and it is slated for a 2018 release.
For all our Star Trek fans and science fiction fans in general here’s the latest trailer for Star Trek Discovery. CBS All Access falls in the same category as the Netflix series that Marvel has on that platform. We, as a family, have chosen not to do the multi-platforms and just hope they shows will eventually hit Blu-ray/DVD. But for all of you that get to watch it when it hits have fun. Thanks to the Star Trek YouTube channel for the following trailer:
Here’s one I didn’t think I would see as a TV series, Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger. The trailer says it is coming to FreeForm in 2018, since Disney owns that channel. They are playing it up as a young adult drama, but to me this would have been one that would have fit in the Marvel series that are on Netflix, because to me Cloak & Dagger has a very intense storyline if they wanted to follow it. I’ll check it out just to see what it’s like since it is a comic book property. Anyway here’s the trailer from Marvel Entertainment’s YouTube channel:
Being a fan of the Death Note manga, anime, and live action film I’ll just have to wait and see how NetFlix will be interpreting Death Note. Here is Death Note’s teaser trailer through MovieClips Trailers YouTube channel:
To go along with the previous trailer…You can’t have Power Man (Luke Cage) without Iron Fist so it’s only natural that Netflix has the teaser for Iron Fist. Thanks again to Netflix’ YouTube channel for the teaser:
Netflix is adding another Marvel title, Luke Cage, to their growing list. All I can say is that right now it’s fun to see all of this comic book love. Thanks to Netflix’ YouTube channel for the trailer: