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The Witcher Season 2’s first scene has been revealed by Netflix

Netflix has been teasing elements of the upcoming second season lately, and now we’ve even got a full sneak peek at the first scene to enjoy.Ahead of the second season of The Witcher Netflix series airing next year, Netflix has shared the first page of the Season Two script as a ‘Witchmas’ present for fans.The scene, which you can read in this tweet, studies a merchant man, his wife, and his daughter searching for somewhere to stay in a small mountain town as Geralt brooding talks over the top.“You dogged my every footstep. But struck down others I passed on my way. Why?” asks…

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Henry Cavill injured filming Netflix’s The Witcher

By Alex Calvin, Tuesday, 15 December 2020 17:22 GMT And we thought he was a man of steel. The star of Netflix’s The Witcher TV show has been hurt while filming.That’s according to The Sun, which says that Henry Cavill injured his leg on an assault course, one that involved swinging axes no less. It’s still unclear what actually happened to the Hollywood actor.One source said that the injury isn’t bad enough to require an ambulance, but Cavill also seemingly can’t walk.The first season of The Witcher debuted in December of last year, quickly becoming a huge success for streaming…

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Horror game Detention now has a Netflix show

Red Candle Games are perhaps best known for Devotion getting into trouble with the Chinese government, but they also, y’know, made decent video games. One of those, the high school horror Detention, has now spawned a live-action series on Netflix. It started this weekend, and after seeing the first two episodes, sure, I’ll keep watching. Oh, and they have a new game coming. (more…)

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Activision Blizzard suing Netflix for allegedly poaching CFO

Activision Blizzard is not pleased with the streaming service.According to filed court documentation, Activision Blizzard is suing streaming giant Netflix for allegedly stealing one of the game company’s top executive.In 2018, Activision’s chief financial officer Spencer Neumann left the company to join Netflix for the same role. The game publisher seems to be displeased with the way the streaming service handled to acquisition.In a suit filed yesterday (via Variety), Activision’s lawyers tore into Netflix’s handling of the hiring. It reads, “Netflix has demonstrated a pattern of caring only about attracting and employing whoever Netflix wants, regardless of whether it violates…

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Xbox outlines the media apps launching with Xbox Series X/S

By Alex Calvin, Monday, 2 November 2020 17:33 GMT We now know which streaming platforms are going to be on Microsoft’s new consoles at launch.In a post on Xbox Wire, the company revealed that Apple TV is coming to its hardware on November 10, the same day that the Xbox Series X and Series X launch. That will set consumers back $4.99 each month, with a seven-day free trial.In addition, media apps that are already available for Xbox One – like Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Spotify and YouTube – will be available on Microsoft’s brand new consoles.“It’s not just your…

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Here’s your first look at Geralt’s new armor in The Witcher Season 2

By Dom Peppiatt, Monday, 5 October 2020 16:20 GMT It’s taken a little while, but we’ve finally got a decent look at what Geralt is going to look like in The Witcher Season 2.A few new images of the eponymous character have been officially released by Netflix – and they feature a slightly different look for Henry Cavill’s Geralt.The pair of images show off a new suit of armor that emphasizes the actor’s impressive abs, and goes a bit darker in tone compared to what we saw in Season 1. New armour, same witcher. Here’s your first look at Henry…

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Netflix’s The Witcher Season 3 appears to have already been confirmed

By Dom Peppiatt, Sunday, 4 October 2020 16:06 GMT It looks like we’re definitely going to see The Witcher, Season 3 come to Netflix, even though Season 2 of the show has not yet finished filmingA listing for The Witcher season 3 has seemingly confirmed that Henry Cavill and his co-stars will return to play Geralt and co. once The Witcher Season 2 has wrapped filming.Initially spotted by Redanian Intelligence, a page over on the Writer’s Guild of America West directories makes a reference to  ‘Season 3’ of the immensely popular show, which will apparently once again feature showrunner and creator Lauren S. Hissrich…

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Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness coming to Netflix in 2021

By Dom Peppiatt, Sunday, 27 September 2020 14:51 GMT Capcom has announced a new CGI show based on the Resident Evil franchise will be streaming on Netflix in 2021.As part of the Capcom TGS Live 2020 stream, Hiroyuki Kobayashi – executive producer on the project – presented our first look at the upcoming show.The CGI series will be based on the horror franchise and will follow the adventures of Leon S. Kennedy and Claire Redfield as they explore a big, dark mansion.So far, then, it’s very in keeping with the games. Resident Evil: Infinite Darkness – Trailer — No…

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Beyond Good and Evil film in the works for Netflix from Detective Pikachu director

By Stephany Nunneley, Saturday, 1 August 2020 14:36 GMT Ubisoft has another Netflix project in the works, and it’s a Beyond Good and Evil film adaptation.Beyond Good and Evil is getting its own feature film and it will air on Netflix.The film will be a hybrid live-action and animated offering and it’s coming from Detective Pikachu director Rob Letterman.Originally reported by The Hollywood Reporter, and confirmed by Netflix, the film is currently in early in production.Jason Altman and Margaret Boykin are producing for Ubisoft Film and Television. ☠️☠️☠️ Some good news for Beyond Good & Evil fans ☠️☠️☠️ A Netflix feature…