The streaming giant is pushing forward with a string of new films as they look to overcome the loss of their Disney content.
Out on the promotional circuit for his upcoming title Bright, the Hollywood icon offered his opinion on the new method of streaming audiences are shifting to en masse.
Arguing that the stream service does not support theatrical filmmaking, the Dunkirk filmmaker has gone on the offensive.
The new film from David Michôd has enough ingredients to be entertaining, but does not quite fulfil its obvious potential for the reviewers.
The troubled project has been in a constant state of flux, but are looking to bring in the high profile siblings for the action thriller.
The streaming service has agreed a new deal with the comedic filmmaker following Sandy Wexler, The Do-Over and The Ridiculous 6 despite their critical failures.
As Fox, Warner Brothers, Universal and all the big players look at ways to increase revenue, plans are underway to fast track new releases just 20-odd days after hitting cinemas straight to your living room.
Having conquered the small screen, the online streaming service are preparing to splash out to bring aboard the iconic filmmaker and his A-list friends.
Having wrapped up filming earlier this month, the blockbuster has showcased a short 30-minute teaser trailer premiered at the Oscars on Sunday night.
As the subscription services expand their range of movies to cater to a wider audience, the fresh additions will be welcomed for those they pay for online streaming.
As the candidates are whittled down to 15 names for the honor of best docu in 2016, two stand out from the pack as the Academy prepare to vote on their favorite choice.
The streaming giant has opened an extra avenue for those that cannot rely on their internet service, giving subscribers a chance to have their favorite flick waiting for them without needing to be online