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‘Sweet Tooth’ Trailer: A Deer-Boy Finds Adventures In The Post-Apocalypse In Jim Mickle’s New Series

Netflix (and just about every studio on the planet right now) is always on the hunt for the next big thing. The thing that is going to capture the cultural zeitgeist and enter the overall pop culture discussion, such as what happened with “Game of Thrones” at its height or to a lesser extent, Netflix’s […]

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‘Sweet Tooth’ Featurette: Robert Downey Jr. Talks About Tweaking the Source Material for the Netflix Adaptation

Jeff Lemire‘s comic book series Sweet Tooth is getting the Netflix treatment as a streaming show, courtesy of executive producers Robert Downey Jr. and Susan Downey. In a new featurette, the two talk about altering the tone of Lemire’s comics from the “foreboding” vibe of the graphic novels to something that is much more family-friendly…which […]

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‘Sweet Tooth’ Trailer: Netflix Debuts Epic Fantasy Series From DC’s Vertigo

Netflix has revealed the first teaser-trailer for “Sweet Tooth,” an upcoming fantasy series based on the DC Comics series of the same name. Originally published in 2009, the comic “Sweet Tooth” was written and drawn by Jeff Lemire for DC’s mature-facing imprint Vertigo, which published adult series like “The Sandman,” “Preacher,” and “Watchmen.”The series was […]

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‘The Lord of the Rings’ Television Series and ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Allowed to Begin Production in New Zealand

The crew members of Amazon Prime Video’s television adaptation “The Lord of the Rings” and Netflix’s upcoming take on Japanese animated series “Cowboy Bepop,” have both been granted permission to enter New Zealand to begin or resume production, along with five other projects.According to New Zealand media website Stuff, the Ministry of Business, Innovation and […]

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‘Lord of the Rings,’ ‘Cowboy Bebop’ Join Productions Granted New Zealand Border Exemptions

In the coming months five more foreign television and film productions will be allowed into New Zealand to film, as they have been officially granted border exemptions.James Cameron’s “Avatar” sequels and Jane Campion’s Netflix film “The Power of the Dog” have already been allowed into the country to film due to these exemptions. Joining them […]

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