Showing posts with label Netflix. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Netflix. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

Stranger Things 4 season's finale is approaching

 Stranger Things' fourth season finale is approaching, but Netflix knows how to keep the hype going when one of its most popular shows is on the line, so it's decided to pique our interest by releasing some images taken directly from the final, highly anticipated two episodes.

Source: Netflix


Not only that, but along with the gallery of six images, the exact lengths of the episodes were also released. Episode 8 will be 1 hour and 25 minutes long, while Episode 9 will be 2 hours and 20 minutes long, making for a nearly 4-hour season finale. We could almost compare them to two films, the last of which will be the longest episode of the series since its inception.  In the meantime, those who haven't read our review can do so by clicking on the link below, followed by the synopsis, and finally all of the unreleased photos.

Created by the Duffer Brothers, Stranger Things is produced by Monkey Massacre Productions and 21 Laps Entertainment with the Duffer Brothers as executive producers, along with Shawn Levy and Dan Cohen of 21 Laps Entertainment, Ian Paterson and Curtis Gwinn.


Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Netflix is abandoning censoring owing to dwindling user numbers. "Sensitive employees should leave"

 

Netflix recently announced that it is losing subscribers and that some changes are needed to reverse the trend. In a statement addressed to staff, the firm issued a warning, warning that those upset by "harmful" content on the site may seek employment elsewhere.



The email seen by Variety indicates a shift in Netflix's ethos, which appears to have been spurred by, among other things, a response to a special performance by comedian Dave Chappelle. Following the presentation of a special show they deemed transphobic, Netflix activists staged a strike. The platform will not prohibit artists and voices even if their content is deemed "damaging," according to the new "culture note," which includes a section labelled "Artistic Expression."

"Netflix may not be the right location for you if you find it difficult to support a wide selection of our content," the memo states. Employees may be required to work on stuff that they believe is detrimental, and if they are unhappy with this, they should look for job elsewhere. "Because viewers have such diverse preferences and perspectives, providing entertainment for the entire world is both a fantastic opportunity and a problem. That is why we provide a diverse selection of TV shows and films, some of which may be controversial "The note continues.

Netflix also says that viewers "decide what is suitable for them, rather than Netflix restricting certain artists or voices," and that the corporation "supports the artistic expression of creators with whom we choose to engage." After the release of Dave Chappelle's "transphobic" programme "The Closer" in October of last year, the worker who coordinated the strike was dismissed.

Friday, May 6, 2022

Netflix is expanding its RPG video game library to appeal to older cell phones.

Netflix discovered a simple and logical approach to include everyone in the return to basics strategy.

It has nothing to do with its streaming service and everything to do with video games. Netflix launched Games to its portfolio at the end of 2021, an additional feature included in all memberships that allows users to download unique games for smartphones without paying extra.



There are no micropayments or other tricks to worry about on Netflix because the titles are comprehensive.

This could change in the coming months, as the on-demand service has already raised the idea of monetizing a portion of its streaming platform through advertising.

Relic Hunter: Rebels, created by Brazilian developer Rogue Snail, was added to Netflix this week. It's a science fiction role-playing game (RPG) with a strong emphasis on being a shooter, allowing players to try out 44 various weapons.

Netflix discovered a simple and logical approach to include everyone in the return to basics strategy.

It has nothing to do with its streaming service and everything to do with video games. Netflix launched Games to its portfolio at the end of 2021, an additional feature included in all memberships that allows users to download unique games for smartphones without paying extra.

There are no micropayments or other tricks to worry about on Netflix because the titles are comprehensive.

This could change in the coming months, as the on-demand service has already hinted at the possibility of monetizing a portion of its streaming platform through advertising.


Relic Hunter: Rebels, created by Brazilian developer Rogue Snail, was added to Netflix this week. It's a science fiction role-playing game (RPG) with a strong emphasis on being a shooter, allowing players to try out 44 various weapons.

Netflix considers everyone.

According to the developer company, this Netflix title was built so that all mobile phones, including ancient ones, could play it.

Perhaps it is one of Netflix Games' needs, because if this issue is not addressed, just a small percentage of members will be able to benefit from this new service. Perhaps it is one of Netflix Games' needs, because if this issue is not addressed, just a small percentage of members would be able to access the new service. vice.





Sunday, April 24, 2022

Netflix drives us on, but it will be difficult to choose something good

 The Netflix library update brings a lot of news, but also some comebacks. At the same time, although a lot of new titles have appeared on the platform, it will be difficult to choose something really interesting among them to have a good time. Which does not change the fact that maybe someone will find something worth paying attention to. So let's take a look at today's news that hit Netflix.



New on Netflix for April 2022

Before we move on to the news that has recently appeared on Netflix, let us remind you that many titles are about to disappear from the platform .

We are talking about dozens of really good movies and series, including the Bourne series, "Mission Impossible" or a classic such as "Terminator 2: Judgment Day" . Looking at such a list of deleted productions and one where you can see new products added on Netflix, you can conclude that such a replacement is not very profitable. The biggest news on the platform today are two parts of the Polish comedy "Wkręceni". However, a new episode of "Black List" has hit the platform. What else is new


  • A song for you [+ subtitles]
  • Athos [+ subtitles]
  • Blacklist [S09E17] [+ Subtitles]
  • Doris [+ subtitles]
  • Global Family [+ subtitles]
  • In Search… A journey to womanhood [+ subtitles]
  • Jargo [+ subtitles]
  • Krieg der Lügen [+ subtitles]
  • Men on the bridge [+ subtitles]
  • Peter Lindbergh - The Eye [+ Subtitles]
  • Piekło '63 [+ subtitles]
  • Weather and love forecasts [2 episodes] [+ subtitles]
  • Sound of Heimat [+ subtitles]
  • Spirit of the Ball [+ subtitles]
  • The Cuba Libre Story [+ audio + subtitles]
  • The Curse of Robert the Doll [+ subtitles]
  • The Manson Family Massacre [+ Subtitles]
  • Tour du Faso [+ subtitles]
  • Vida privada [+ subtitles]
  • Weltmarktführer - Die Geschichte des Tan Siekmann [+ subtitles]
  • Screwed [+ audio, + subtitles]
  • Screwed 2 [+ audio, + subtitles]
If the above titles do not tell you much, then you are not the only one. Netflix has supplemented its library with productions that are niche and are unlikely to attract a large audience. Such an example is the horror film "The Curse of Robert the Doll" , which tells about ... a murderous doll. The creators advertise it as a story based on facts, but don't take their word for it. We also have a Turkish drama about men working on a bridge, and a Dutch comedy "Doris" , which tells about a woman in her 40s and her attempt to rethink her life after divorce.


Thursday, March 31, 2022

Simone Ashley is the star of Season 2 of The Bridgertons. You know her well from another Netflix hit

 Simone Ashley made her debut only in the 2nd season of the Netflix hit "Bridgertons" - she played the feisty Kata Sharma, the beloved of Anthony Bridgerton. The British actress, however, immediately won the sympathy and even adoration of the fans. Netflix viewers are no strangers to Ashley - he is playing another big hit on the platform. Who is Simone Ashley?




  • Simone Ashley plays Kata Sharma in Season 2 of The Bridgertons - one of the main characters and the object of Anthony Bridgerton's love affair, played by Jonathan Bailey.
  • Who is Simone Ashley? She is a 27-year-old British actress of Tamil parents from Sri Lanka.
  • Simone Ashley gained popularity thanks to Netflix's "Sex Education" series, in which she has been playing Olivia Hanan for three seasons.
"The Bridgertons ," a costume series based on Julia Quinn's best-selling novels , is a Netflix hit with new episodes. Despite the absence of Regé-Jean Page as Prince Hastings , Season 2 of "The Bridgertons" , which premiered on March 25, is a huge success again - the series produced by the American television queen Shonda Rhimes ("The Surgeons", "Scandal", "The Way to murder ") is once again the international hit of Netflix.




Loyal fans of the series were thrilled and warmed by the love story of Anthony Bridgerton (Daphne's brother from Season 1, played by Jonathan Bailey ) and Kate Sharma ( Simone Ashley ), who went from ferocious enemies to passionate lovers. Although we know Bailey from last season, Ashley is the new face of "Bridgertons". Who is the actress who delighted the viewers of the costume blockbuster?

Read also: It was supposed to be sexy, but it turned out caricatured. The second season of "Bridgertons", however, will be appreciated by loyal fans

Simone Ashley: Age and Origin
Simone Ashley, 27, was born on March 30, 1995 in Camberley, Surrey, England, about 50 kilometers from the center of London. The British actress's real name is Simone Ashwini Pillai, and her name is Ashley professionally.

Simone's parents come from Sri Lanka and are of Tamil nationality - the Tamils ​​are a nation that has its own language and writing, and lives mainly in the state of Tamil Nadu in India and the northeastern part of Sri Lanka. The Bridgerton star also has an older brother.

Ashley loved the arts from an early age. She attended ArtsEd School in Chiswick, where she developed her acting skills. As she admitted in an interview in "Vogue", she differs from her family, which had an academic background. - I was the only non-academic in my family. My strengths were music, film, photography and art - she said.

The actress plays the piano and loves to sing - she loves both opera and musicals. - Growing up, I sang a lot and studied classical music, which then led me to musical theater. I fell in love with musicals - she told People magazine.

As Simone Ashley admitted, her parents - despite supporting her - were not very happy with their daughter's career choice. - They still find it quite scary and disturbing. It is impossible to predict the future, there is no security, no guarantees. And this can be the worst nightmare of parents - she said in one of the interviews. - But they know that I am a wise woman. You cannot spend your life following what your parents, friends, teachers or partners want, the British added.

Simone Ashley: "Sex Education" 
Ahead of "The Bridgertons," Simone Ashley gained popularity in another Netflix hit, "Sex Education,"  which premiered in 2019. Olivia Hanan , the best friend of Ruby Matthews and Anwar Bakshi, played in the show in three seasons .

- "Sex Education" really changed my life. I am very grateful for this series. I have learned so much in my profession and as a person. It was a great joy - said Simone Ashley about "Sex Education" in an interview with "Vogue" magazine. Ashley is unlikely to appear in season 4 of the series, however. - I think my time in this series is over. It's very sad because I love them so much - she revealed in an interview in "Glamor".

"Sex Education" was a breakthrough in the career of Simone Ashley, who, thanks to the "Bridgertons", is sure to get off the hook. However, the 27-year-old also has several films and a dozen serials in her filmography. On British television, she appeared in the crime hit "Broadchurch" , the series "Strike" based on the novels of JK Rowling written under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith or in the psychological thriller "The Sister".

On the big screen, Ashley, in turn, played, among others in the comedy thriller "Kill Ben Lyk" or the Hollywood blockbuster "Pokémon: Detective Pikachu". According to the magazine "Variety", the Briton also has an uncredited role in the musical film "Straight Outta Compton" about the famous hip-hop group "NWA". In 2016, the title was nominated for an Oscar in the Best Original Screenplay category.

Ashley is not going to rest on his laurels. It is not known yet officially whether he will return in the next season of "Bridgertons", but he already has further professional plans. In 2023, he will appear in the next acting version of the Disney animation - "The Little Mermaid" with Halle Bailey . However, it is not known what character he will play.

Simone Ashley: boyfriend, Instagram
What do we know about Simone Ashley's private life? In an interview with "Glamor", in which the actress promoted "Bridgertons", she confessed that she is currently single. She also revealed that she dreams of starting her own family in the future. "I think it would make me feel at home," she said.

Simone Ashley on Instagram ( @simoneasshley ) shares photos from her photoshoots and productions, as well as from everyday life. Privately, the actress loves music and art, as well as spending time outdoors. - I am a huge fan of nature. I love swimming. I love hiking, going to the beach, very good food - she enumerated in one of the interviews.

Simone Ashley on Discrimination
Ashley also openly talks about and publicly opposes skin color discrimination in the entertainment industry. - Every day I try to be as optimistic as I can and I also try to be like that in my approach to the industry. Yes, colorism is an ongoing problem. So is being cast for type (beauty), being disregarded for skin color, losing a role to girls with whom "target audiences and markets can relate more," said Simone Ashley.

She also emphasized that she intends to fight against colorism herself. - If I gave up on this, where would I go? Nowhere! Fuck it! - said the actress.

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