Walk into a room of film fans and mention Netflix Originals and you’re likely to be greeted with sighs and eye-rolls.
While the Nintendo Switch success has been well publicised, the Japanese company today said it expects to sell an additional 20 million Switch consoles in the upcoming financial year — more than double what it’s already sold.
If last month was a bit of a content drought for UK Netflix, May is the part where viewers shrivel up and die.
After a ten-year journey, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is finally reaching its apotheosis.
The release of Ready Player One, a Steven Spielberg flick in which humanity uses fully immersive virtual reality to escape from real life, has us dreaming of the future.
Netflix is planning a major expansion into Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
We’re currently in the middle of a renaissance for horror movies in cinemas.
In an age where Facebook seems to know everything and big data controls the planet, the world can look pretty scary.
Cinema is stuck in the past and it’s dying on its feet.
Fortnite pits 100 players against each other in a fight for first place.
Verdict was recently invited to Gameboxx, a central London virtual reality pub, to take part in what it claimed to be the first ever inter-pub VR tournament.
As Marvel approaches the culmination of years of movies with The Avengers: Infinity War, UK production figures show just how much the studio has spent on filming in the UK over the years.
Proving that its success is truly well-earned, Hamilton picked up seven Olivier Awards last night.
After being announced back in November, things went quiet on the Amazon Lord Of The Rings series adaption.
Comparable to American football’s Super Bowl, cycling’s Tour de France and Wimbledon for tennis fans, WWE WrestleMania is the pinnacle of the wrestling calendar.
The first commercial cinema in 35 years is opening in the Saudi capital on 18 April, after the conservative kingdom lifted a decades-long ban on screenings in January.
Anyone who has spent any time around small children in the past decade will have heard of Peppa Pig.
Greece has announced a series of new measures designed to attract film productions to the country.
This coming weekend will be a big one for sports fans, with the Premier League returning to action and Anthony Joshua taking to the ring for the first time this year.
Despite critical acclaim from critics and audiences around the world, the Beijing International Film Festival will not screen Call Me By Your Name.
Netflix is a real content machine.
The Boat Race 2018 will see Oxford and Cambridge go head-to-head in their annual rowing competition for a 163rd year, as they look to secure the bragging rights for the next 12 months.
After a reasonably quiet March which held a lot of the best content until the end of the month, Netflix’s April update does feel slightly sparse.
Former James Bond actor Pierce Brosnan says an Indian mouth freshener brand “cheated” him.
His name crops up in iconic shows and movies from Doctor Who to The Avengers.
While Stephen Hawking has passed away, his genius will live on for generations.
Across the internet there are a huge amount of budding authors. Popular writing website Wattpad revealed in January 2018 that it has 2.5 million writers using its service.
After debuting in late 2016, The Crown soon cemented itself as one of Netflix’s most popular series (it actually came ninth out of 52 in Verdict‘s most popular Netflix series rankings.) The series tells the story of the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, the current monarch of Great Britain.
You have to hand it to People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA); they know how to make a scene.
As one of the world’s most preeminent entertainment and technology expositions, it’s unsurprising that a lot of well-known names and faces are going to be appearing at South By Southwest (SXSW.) From actors to journalists, film directors to tech CEOs, politicians to royals, they’ll all be there.