Netflix announced that it had signed a four-movie deal with Mark and Jay Duplass, filmmakers whose indie films have grown a strong following, on Friday at the Sundance Film Festival.
Netflix is financing the films, which will hit theaters for a short time before heading to the on-demand streaming platform. The Duplass brothers have been mainstays of the independent film world with popular mumblecore films including The Puffy Chair and Safety Not Guaranteed, which they produced.
DONETSK, Ukraine — One year ago, this “city of a million roses” — one for every resident — was a shiny metropolis that boasted of an inviting new soccer stadium and state-of-the-art international airport.
Residents strolled down leafy promenades, and dined while sitting on wicker furniture at riverside cafes. In the evenings, they went to the opera, and gyrated at thumping discotheques
These Friends‘ jobs may have been a joke; they may have been broke, and their love lives may have been DOA (clap, clap, clap, clap), but at least they always had a place to sit at Central Perk
During a Netflix binge-watch of the ’90s sitcom, Bustle reporter Tanya Ghahremani noticed a subtle, yet kick-you-in-the-crotch-spit-on-your-neck fantastic detail in the Central Perk set that explains why the iconic couch was always free for the gang — it was reserved for them
Between Google describing new plans for its modular smartphones and the flood of futuristic cars coming out of the North American International Auto Show, you may have overlooked some of this week’s best new apps.
Luckily, each weekend, we round up our favorite new and updated apps, so you won’t miss out.
The Lego Movie got snubbed for the 2015 Academy Awards, not receiving an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Feature. Instead, films like Big Hero 6 and How to Train Your Dragon 2 got a nod. (The movie’s title song, “Everything Is Awesome,” did land a Best Original Song nomination, though.)
It seems even Prince William and Prince Harry are waiting with bated breath for the Friends cast to reunite
Matt LeBlanc appeared on Tuesday’s Conan, and explained that he once met the royal brothers at a polo match — as the British do — and all they cared about was what Joey has been up to in the last decade