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This will really assist in people losing interest in the actual series.
Bizarre move.

The Dreamlife of Georgie Stone, a 30-minute documentary about the life of Neighbours star, will premiere on Netflix this September, following screenings at Tribeca Film Festival in New York, Sydney Film Festival and Sheffield Doc/Fest in the UK.

Netflix actors killed in horror crash:

https://www.news.com.au/entertainment/celebrity-life/celebrity-deaths/two-actors-dead-six-injured-during-horror-crash-while-filming-netflix-series/news-story/c5d8a7c08421566f962b0ef3cc67fe99

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9 episodes lol?

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They only go for 8 minutes per episode. Finished it all last night.

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However, revenue was up substantially and subscriber numbers are forecast to grown next quarter.

International Bestseller Boy Swallows Universe Netflix Adaptation to Film in Queensland

The adaptation of Trent Dalton’s international best-selling novel Boy Swallows Universe will film in Brisbane from August this year.

The highly anticipated eight-part series will be produced by Sydney-based Brouhaha Entertainment and screen on Netflix.

Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said she there is no better place for the story of Brisbane boy Eli Bell to be filmed than right here in the Greater Brisbane area.

“Brisbane-based author Trent Dalton captivated the world with his brutal yet magical tale set in 1980s Brisbane among iconic local landmarks such as Boggo Road Gaol and Brisbane City Hall’s clock tower,” the Premier said.

“This uniquely Brisbane production will also boost our local screen industry by injecting around $33 million into the Queensland economy and creating approximately 185 jobs for cast and crew, and an estimated 2500 extras.”

Screen Queensland CEO Kylie Munnich said the series shines a spotlight on Brisbane as a sought-after screen location as well as one of the state’s prominent filmmaking hubs.

“Brisbane has earned its reputation as a one-stop-shop for production, including film-friendly locations, experienced local crew, renowned post-production facilities and a fantastic studio facility in Screen Queensland Studios,” said Munnich.

“I thank Brouhaha Entertainment, Chapter One, Anonymous Content and Netflix for choosing the ‘river city’ to film Boy Swallows Universe, and look forward to seeing the words of this blockbuster novel come to life on screen featuring some of this city’s quintessential suburban locations,” said Munnich.

Boy Swallows Universe follows working-class Brisbane teenager Eli Bell in a whirlwind story about drug addiction, ex-cons, poverty, violence and the discovery of hope through the power of love.

Producer Andrew Mason said he is delighted to be bringing the production to Queensland.

“We’re thrilled to be producing this beloved story here in Queensland, with the very best of facilities, locations and world-class crew,” Mr Mason said.

Author of the book and Executive Producer Trent Dalton said following on from a critically-acclaimed stage adaptation in 2021 by Queensland Theatre as part of Brisbane Festival, it was a logical next step to take Boy Swallows Universe to the screen, using Brisbane locations and local crew.

“It just makes sense. This adaptation to the screen couldn’t happen anywhere else, and I am proud to be part of this exciting adventure on my home turf.

Boy Swallows Universe is my very deep and personal love letter to my city of Brisbane. I’m so incredibly honoured to know the Queensland Government and Screen Queensland is helping us mail that letter around the world,” said Mr Dalton.

Que Minh Luu, Director of Content, Netflix ANZ, said, “Brisbane is such a key character in Boy Swallows Universe that Queensland was always the first-choice location for us to bring to life on screen the evocative and uniquely Australian universe that Trent created.”

Boy Swallows Universe was first published in 2018 by Harper Collins and holds the record as the fastest-selling Australia debut novel ever.

The series is adapted for screen by writer John Collee (Master and Commander, Happy Feet, Hotel Mumbai). Executive Producers are Troy Lum (The Water Diviner, Saving Mr Banks, Mao’s Last Dancer), Andrew Mason (The Matrix, The Water Diviner), Sophie Gardiner (Howard’s End, Chimerica), Kerry Kohansky-Roberts (Foe, Boy Erased) and Joel Edgerton (The Great Gatsby, Bright, The King).

Brisbane locations have featured in recent Screen Queensland-supported productions including NBC Universal’s series Young Rock and JOE vs CAROLE, Paramount Pictures’ Love and Monsters, Legendary Pictures’ Godzilla vs Kong and upcoming series Limbo for ABC.

Screen Queensland and Netflix Grow Creative have also partnered to create a number of attachment roles on Boy Swallows Universe, providing opportunities for emerging crew to gain on-the-job experience. Application details are available via the Screen Queensland website.

Boy Swallows Universe was secured via Screen Queensland’s Production Attraction Strategy, which has drawn interstate and international production into Queensland since 2015.

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Rodger Corser plays Dr. Richard “Harry” Harris, and Damon Herriman as Dr. Craig Challen in the six-part mini-series.

Never Have I Ever returns 12 August.

The next format it’s trialling will be in Argentina, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras and it’s predicated on “adding a home” to an existing account.

Under this proposal, your Netflix account isn’t just locked to the subscriber but to the subscriber’s primary residence. This means you can’t use your own login details at, for example, a holiday home.

If you have a secondary residence to which you decamp over school breaks or during public holidays, you can’t use your Netflix login details without paying extra to add that “home” to your existing account.

Under the new regime, you can only transport your own account to another location for two weeks and only once per year for that location. So you can’t spread out those 14 days over a few visits to that beach shack.

This only applies to Netflix accessed through a TV, and most likely also includes third-party set-top boxes such as an Apple TV puck, Chromecast or Firestick. The restrictions won’t apply to laptops or mobile and tablet devices.

Of course, this is all still in testing and the data may very well reveal pain points around exactly this particular restriction. So it may not come to pass when the crackdown is introduced globally in 2023.

Excuse my French but that’s absolutely fucked.

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