Recently, in a mysterious tweet of Netflix which announced that
Beyonce is heading towards Netflix with her Coachella performance on 17 April, however, the tweet hasn’t included any videos or extended details. But the trailer released yesterday made that tweet true and it will be known as Homecoming. The film will be scattered with candid footage and the interviews briefing the production and powerful intention seems behind her vision. The film follows the effecting road from the imagination of concept to a cultural movement.
Along with Beyonce, The Walking Dead Spinoff and Cowboy Bebop are also scheduling for Netflix. As we mentioned another Walking Dead spin-off is heading towards Netflix. The post-apocalyptic horror television series for AMC based on the comic book series by Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore, and Charlie Adlard. The show has not revealed any title for the series. The new series will be co-created by Gimple and Matt Negrete, the writer, and producer on The Walking Dead since from past five seasons. The new series will cast two young female protagonists and focus on the first generation to come of age in the apocalypse. Some will become heroes and some of them become villains but in the end, everything will change for sure.
Another one is Cowboy Bebop, it is live-action of the famous Japanese sci-fi anime series Cowboy Bebop. The original series ran in the year of 1997 to 1998 and now after 21 years, Netflix is reimagining the bounty hunter on the streaming site. The series cast John Cho leading up the role of bounty hunter Spike Spiegel along with Mustafa Shakir Luke Cage star playing the role of Spiegel’s partner Jet Black. Daniella Pineda of The Originals fame will play the amnesia-stricken Faye Valentine. British stage actor Alex Hassell will be portraying the role of Vicious. The live-action series Cowboy Bebop is co-produced by Tomorrow Studios will get an initial 10 episode