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The Final Trailer for The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance

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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance returns to the world of Thra with an all new adventure. When three Gelfling discover the horrifying secret behind the Skeksis’ power, they set out on an epic journey to ignite the fires of rebellion and save their world.

Based on The Dark Crystal, Jim Henson’s groundbreaking 1982 feature film, The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance tells a new story, set many years before the events of the movie, and realized using classic puppetry with cutting edge visual effects. The world of Thra is dying. The Crystal of Truth is at the heart of Thra, a source of untold power. But it is damaged, corrupted by the evil Skeksis, and a sickness spreads across the land. When three Gelfling uncover the horrific truth behind the power of the Skeksis, an adventure unfolds as the fires of rebellion are lit and an epic battle for the planet begins.


“The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance,” the epic prequel series to the beloved 1982 Jim Henson film “The Dark Crystal,” premieres August 30 only on Netflix.

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American Son debuts November 1st on Netflix

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AMERICAN SON DEBUTS NOVEMBER 1 ON NETFLIX, FOLLOWING THE WORLD PREMIERE AT THE TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

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Based on the acclaimed Broadway play, the Netflix Television Event stars Emmy-nominee Kerry Washington, in a gripping story of an interracial couple trying to find their missing teenage son.

SYNOPSIS

Based on the acclaimed Broadway play, the Netflix Television Event AMERICAN SON tells the story of Kendra Ellis-Connor (Emmy-nominee Kerry Washington), the mother of a missing teenage boy, as she struggles to put the pieces together in a South Florida police station. Steven Pasquale, Jeremy Jordan and Eugene Lee also reprise their roles in the adaptation which presents four distinct viewpoints, while also navigating the unique dynamic of an interracial couple trying to raise a mixed-race son.


AMERICAN SON by Christopher Demos-Brown is directed by Tony Award winner Kenny Leon. Washington and Pilar Savone executive produce under Washington’s banner Simpson Street. Jeffrey Richards and Rebecca Gold also serve as executive producers.

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Dolemite Is My Name

In select theaters and on Netflix this Fall

 

Stung by a string of showbiz failures, floundering comedian Rudy Ray Moore (Academy Award nominee Eddie Murphy) has an epiphany that turns him into a word-of-mouth sensation: step onstage as someone else. Borrowing from the street mythology of 1970s Los Angeles, Moore assumes the persona of Dolemite, a pimp with a cane and an arsenal of obscene fables. However, his ambitions exceed selling bootleg records deemed too racy for mainstream radio stations to play. Moore convinces a social justice-minded dramatist (Keegan-Michael Key) to write his alter ego a film, incorporating kung fu, car chases, and Lady Reed (Da’Vine Joy Randolph), an ex-backup singer who becomes his unexpected comedic foil. Despite clashing with his pretentious director, D’Urville Martin (Wesley Snipes), and countless production hurdles at their studio in the dilapidated Dunbar Hotel, Moore’s Dolemite becomes a runaway box office smash and a defining movie of the Blaxploitation era.


Comics and rappers have praised Moore as a pioneering influence over the past few decades, and Dolemite Is My Name is a hilarious celebration of a singular talent who made his own legend. From director Craig Brewer (Hustle & Flow, Empire); Emmy and Golden Globe-winning writers Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski (Ed Wood, The People vs. O.J. Simpson); and the producing team of Oscar and Golden Globe nominee John Davis (Ferdinand, Joy), Golden Globe nominee John Fox (Joy) and Murphy; the film features an all-star supporting cast — including Mike Epps, Craig Robinson, Tituss Burgess, Kodi Smit-McPhee, Snoop Dogg, Ron Cephas Jones, Barry Shabaka Henley, Tip 'TI' Harris, Luenell, Tasha Smith — plus costumes designed by Academy Award winner Ruth E. Carter (Black Panther). 


Directed by: Craig Brewer

Produced by: John Davis, John Fox, Eddie Murphy

Screenplay by: Scott Alexander, Larry Karaszewski

Cast: Eddie Murphy, Keegan-Michael Key, Mike Epps, Craig Robinson, Tituss 

Burgess, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Kodi Smit-Mcphee, Snoop Dogg, Ron Cephas 

Jones, Barry Shabaka Henley, Tip ‘TI’ Harris, Luenell, Tasha Smith, and Wesley 

Snipes

Edited by: Billy Fox

Costume Designer: Ruth E. Carter 

Production Designer: Clay Griffith

Wu Assassins Behind the Fight

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Go behind the scenes of Wu Assassins and watch Iko Uwais, Byron Mann and Katheryn Winnick break down the fighting styles and impressive stunt choreography that went into making the epic martial arts series.

Wu Assassins is now streaming on Netflix.

About Wu Assassins:

Wu Assassins  follows Kai Jin, a young Chinatown chef in present day San Francisco, as he becomes entangled with the Chinese Triad’s pursuit of deadly ancient powers known as the "Wu Xing." After an encounter with a mystical spirit, Kai reluctantly becomes the Wu Assassin, using his enhanced martial arts skills to recover supernatural powers from five modern day criminals threatening to use them to destroy the world.


About Wu Assassins:

  • Netflix Launch Date: August 8, 2019

  • Episodes: 10 episodes - 45 mins each

  • Created by: John Wirth and Tony Krantz

  • Cast: Iko Uwais as Kai Jin, Byron Mann as Uncle Six, Li Jun Li as Jenny Wah, Celia Au as Ying Ying, Lewis Tan as Lu Xin Lee , Lawrence Kao as Tommy Wah, Tommy Flanagan as Alec McCullough, Katheryn Winnick as Christine Gavin, Tzi Ma as Mr. Young, JuJu Chan as Zan, Summer Glau as Miss Jones, Robin McLeavy as Maggie McCullough, Travis Caldwell as Gideon

  • Executive Producers: John Wirth, Stephen Fung, Michael Frislev, Chad Oakes, Tony

  • Krantz

  • Co-Executive Producers: Cameron Litvack, David Simkins, Jonathan Lloyd Walker, Iko Uwais, Katheryn Winnick

  • Producer: Chris Rudolph

  • Co-Producers: Julie Benson, Shawna Benson, Jay Daniel Beechinor, Todd Giroux

  • Directors: Stephen Fung, Roel Reiné, Toa Fraser, Katheryn Winnick, Tony Krantz,

  • Michael Nankin, 

  • Writers: John Wirth, Cameron Litvack, David Simkins, Julie Benson, Shawna Benson, Yalun Tu, Jessica Chou