Next month, Netflix will deliver several high-quality documentaries, Hollywood movies, television series, and short films. It is one of the biggest entertainment companies in the US. Netflix confirmed the debut of “Bright,” and “War Machine” yesterday. Since January 2017, it has expanded the production of both television sitcoms and films. The streaming giant released over 120 original series and movies in March 2017.

‘Bright'

Bright” is one of the most anticipated films. It features Will Smith as a police officer. He teams up with an Orc cop, and the two decide to defeat the mythical creatures. The film is directed and co-produced by David Ayer, while Max Landis penned the story.

Lucy Fry, Noomi Rapace, and Joel Edgerton play the supporting characters.

Ward and Jacoby encounter alien-like creatures and aliens are about to destroy the world, so the two decide to defeat the enemies. Netflix acquired the distribution rights for $90 million. Landis stated in a recent interview that production began in September 2016, and the movie will hit a theater near you this December. Most of the scenes have been shot in Los Angeles and Chicago.

‘War Machine’

War Machine” is one of the most anticipated movies. It is written and directed by David Michôd, based on the novel of the same name by Michael Hastings. The cast includes Tilda Swinton, Anthony Michael Hall, Brad Pitt, Will Poulter, Jonathan Ing, Topher Grace, and Ben Kingsley.

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The movie will be released on May 26, 2017 in Canada, America, and other parts of the world.

Its story is of McMahon (Brad Pitt) who travels to Afghanistan to bring the war to an end. But he finds himself in an uncertain situation and gets attacked by terrorists. In April 2012, New Regency partnered with Plan B Entertainment to acquire the film adaptation rights to the novel by Hastings. In March 2014, David Michod was recruited to pen the story. “War Machine” is entirely financed by RatPac Entertainment and New Regency.

The streaming giant has struggled to break into the Chinese market, where Netflix services were subject to strict data storage regulations. According to Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, the new content will be available to Chinese audiences this year. iQiyi is the largest streaming service in China, which was banned by the search engines. Currently, Netflix has over 3.1 million subscribers in China, making it one of the biggest websites in the country.