After being teased with the first images and then the opening credits, we are all pumped up for the live-action Cowboy Bebop. But before the live-action series lands on Netflix, there is a “party warmer” coming your way: the original anime series.
Well, this is definitely an exciting week for fans of Netflix. First thing, first. We finally have a new trailer for Stranger Things 4. OK. It’s not quite an actual trailer. It is more like a teaser:
Motorsports fans, the most important documentary since after SENNA is coming to Netflix. Netflix has recently shared the first official trailer of the documentary, SCHUMACHER, the first and only film supported by the family of Schumacher.
After exciting us with the first look at Cowboy Bebop live-action series’ cast and composer in June, Netflix has more images to share with fans. Posted on Netflix Instagram are some images of the upcoming live-action adaptation of the cult 90s Japanese anime.
Streaming has become the most remarkable alternative and competition to the cliche file download, satellite dish, and DVD player. Streaming is a reliable avenue in which an end-user can start playing digital video or digital audio content before the entire file has been transmitted.
You had the first look at the Netflix’s Transformers: War For Cybertron Trilogy – Kingdom, now watch the official trailer that teases even more. Do not proceed if spoilers dampen your day.
Netflix’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation will start streaming on Netflix this month. Before that happens, Netflix has shared the official trailer which, not going to lie, looks super exciting.
It is no secret that the next installment in the Netflix’s Transformers War For Cybertron trilogy, Transformers War For Cybertron: Kingdom, will land in July (not to be confused with the live-action Transformers: Rise of the Beasts movie). For those looking forward to it, Netflix has just offered the “first look” of the anime series.
While we may not get to watch Shin Ultraman, there’s another Ultraman that is being developed that we will get to watch. Last month, Netflix has revealed that it has partnered with Tsuburaya Productions to develop a CG-animated feature film Ultraman.
Good news for anime fans outside of Japan. Netflix has secured the rights to stream the new Mobile Suit Gundam Hathaway (機動戦士ガンダム 閃光のハサウェイ Kidō Senshi Gandamu Senkou No Hasawei).