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    Netflix Orders Four Marvel Series: 'Daredevil,' 'Jessica Jones,' 'Iron Fist' and 'Luke Cage'

    Maybe Netflix hasn't been keeping up with the ABC's middling "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.," or maybe the streaming giant just thinks it can do better. Either way, in the latest of a string of new announcements from the company, Netflix today unveiled a multiyear deal with Disney to develop four live-acti...

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    Your Week in Streaming: Why the Commercial Art Film Is Dying, and the Scandalous Films That Define Its Legacy

    Whatever happened to the mainstream art film? Those daring, high-minded movies for adults and serious filmgoers, that flew into art houses and the megaplexes on the wings of word-of-mouth and studio support, are dying.

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    Watch: Steven Van Zandt is Back as a NYC Mobster in Norway in the Trailer for Season Two of Netflix Original 'Lilyhammer'

    "How did the baddest gangster in Brooklyn wind up here?" After announcing this morning that the return of original series "Lilyhammer" will take place on December 13th, Netflix has released a trailer for the second season of the Steven Van Zandt gangster dramedy.

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    Attention, Ted Sarandos: Indie Distributors Have Something to Say To You

    Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos has recently riled the industry with talk of day-and-date releasing films on the streaming service and accusations that theater owners will "kill movies" if they continue to resist multi-platform distribution.

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    Netflix Reminds Everyone That 'Lilyhammer' Happened By Announcing a Premiere Date for Season Two of the Gangster Series

    Before there was "Orange is the New Black," before "Arrested Development" was resurrected for a fourth season, before even "House of Cards," there was "Lilyhammer," which was (technically) Netflix's first original series.

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    Netflix Picks Up Another Doc: Kiddie Golf Competition Film 'The Short Game'

    Yesterday, Netflix announced the acquisition of (and possibly entered the Academy Awardss race with) its first original documentary "The Square," Jehane Noujaim's film about the Egyptian Revolution and ongoing changes in the country. Today the company's announced the second addition to its new doc s...

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    Netflix's Ted Sarandos Changes Tune About Day-and-Date, But What Do Distributors Think?

    Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos, who recently riled up the industry with a contentious keynote address criticizing theater owners for their resistance to the idea of day-and-date releasing, has changed his tune and now says he just wants to move the windows up to "closer to what the consu...

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    5 Daily Tech Stories that Filmmakers (and Film Fans) Must Read: Netflix Could Enter Oscar Race, Top Indies in iTunes and More

    Netflix has acquired its first original documentary, "The Square," the top indies in iTunes and more tech news for filmmakers and film fans.

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    Netflix's Sarandos Backs Off Day-and-Date Comments, Acquires Egyptian Revolution Doc 'The Square' to Premiere on Netflix in Early 2014 (TRAILER)

    As Netflix acquires Jehane Noujaim’s lauded documentary “The Square,” on the Egyptian protest movement, to premiere exclusively on Netflix in early 2014, the company's Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos is backing off his earlier day-and-date stance. Netflix's first doc acquisition in several years ...

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    Netflix Acquires Its First Original Documentary: 'The Square'

    We're all familiar with Netflix's original series, and the streaming giant has also been rolling out comedy specials (like "Aziz Ansari: Buried Alive") and acquired shows (like Gillian Anderson crime drama "The Fall"). While the company's expressed interest in getting into the business of movie-maki...

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