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Anya Taylor-Joy Shares Idea for a 'Queen's Gambit' Season 2

The Queen’s Gambit has become one of Netflix’s most successful shows of all time, but there are no plans right now to make a second season.

If another season of the show were to be greenlit, star Anya Taylor-Joy does have some ideas on what could possibly happen.

“It’s so surreal and very wonderful that people want a second season, because we never thought about it, there was no discussion about it,” Anya said in a new interview with Deadline. “That said, never say ‘never’ in Hollywood.”

On her hopes for Beth Harmon’s future in a possible second season, Anya said, “It would be very interesting to see how Beth would be as a mother, now that she’s sober and more cognizant of the demons that pull her down.”

Anya just received nominations from the Golden Globes, the SAG Awards, and the Critics’ Choice Awards for her work on the show.

Lana Condor to Star in Netflix Comedy 'Boo, Bitch'!

Lana Condor is taking on a new role!

The 23-year-old To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before star is sticking with Netflix for an upcoming comedy limited series called Boo, Bitch, THR confirmed Friday (February 5).

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Lana Condor

Lana will star in and executive produce the eight-episode series.

Here’s a plot summary: “The series takes place over the course of one night and revolves around a high school senior, who has lived her life safely under the radar, who seizes the opportunity to change her narrative and start living an epic life only to find out the next morning that she’s a ghost.”

The series is based on an original idea from newcomers Tim Schauer and Kuba Soltysiak‘s original script, which was then developed by On My Block showrunner Lauren Iungerich and Erin Ehrlich. The premiere for the series has not yet set a date yet.

There’s also news about the next To All the Boys movie!

Rebecca Hall's Star-Studded Directorial Debut 'Passing' Goes to Netflix in Big Sundance Deal

Big news for Rebecca Hall!

It has been reported that Netflix is nearing a $16 million deal to buy the 38-year-old actress’ directorial debut movie Passing, according to Deadline.

The movie, which stars Tessa Thompson and Ruth Negga, made headlines as one of the best movies to premiere during the 2021 Sundance Film Festival.

Here’s the synopsis for Passing: “Set amid the Harlem Renaissance, Irene (Thompson) and Clare (Negga) are two mixed race women, and childhood friends, who reunite in their adulthood, discovering that they now live on two different sides of the color line, with Clare ‘passing’ as white. As the two women’s lives become more intertwined, the narrative turns inward, giving a look into the complicated nature of racial identity and how we’re all are impacted by how the world sees us.”

André Holland, Alexander Skarsgård and Bill Camp also star in Passing, which is based on the 1929 novella written by Nella Larsen.

As of right now, Passing does not have a release date.

Bollywood Remake of 'The Girl on the Train' Gets First Trailer from Netflix - Watch!

Netflix has released the first trailer for the Bollywood remake of The Girl on the Train!

Here’s what the new movie is about according to the streaming service: “The journey has begun and there’s no turning back. Are you in? A bright city, a dull morning and a curious girl on the train. When a voyeuristic divorcee fixates on the lives of a perfect couple from afar, she soon gets embroiled in a murder mystery that unfolds revealing truths about her own life.”

The movie stars Parineeti Chopra, Aditi Rao Hydari, Kirti Kulhari, and Avinash Tiwary.

If you forgot, the United States released a film adaption of the book by the same name in 2016 starring Emily Blunt, Luke Evans, Justin Theroux, Rebecca Ferguson, and Haley Bennett.

The Bollywood remake of The Girl On The Train will be released on Netflix on Friday, February 26th.

Bridgerton's Phoebe Dynevor Steps Out in Rare Photos Amid Show's Massive Success!

By now, so many of our readers may have watched Netflix‘s number one show Bridgerton, and the show’s star Phoebe Dynevor is one of the breakouts of the series.

However, many are so used to seeing her in her period piece costumes from the show, it has become apparent that many may not be used to seeing her in her normal street attire!

In these new photos, snapped over the weekend in Manchester, England, Phoebe, 25, is wearing the Mango textured wool-blend coat! The coat costs $149.99 and can be yours as they still have some available on their website!

If you missed it, Bridgerton recently passed this Netflix hit to become the number one show on the streaming service.

See the photos of Phoebe Dynevor…

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Netflix Announces Animated 'Sonic The Hedgehog' Series In Development For 2022 Premiere

Sonic the Hedgehog is coming to Netflix!

Announced today (February 1), the series will be titled Sonic Prime and is slated for premiere in 2022.

Expected to have 24 episodes, Sonic Prime is aimed at kids aged six to 11, as well as legacy Sonic fans of all ages and the story will focus on the “Blue Blur” of video game fame in a high-octane adventure where the fate of a strange new multiverse rests in his gloved hands.

Sonic’s adventure in the new series “is about more than a race to save the universe, it’s a journey of self-discovery and redemption.”

“Sonic is a beloved character and holds a special place in everyone’s heart including my own,” Netflix’s Director of Original Animation, Dominique Bazay, shared in a statement. “I spent many hours with the blue blur as a kid and it’s a privilege to be able to bring this character everyone knows and loves on a brand new adventure with Netflix — one that a generation of loyal fans and brand new fans around the world can enjoy.”

It was recently announced that the recent Sonic The Hedgehog movie is getting a sequel.

Fans Rave About Netflix's Archeology Movie 'The Dig' With Carey Mulligan & Ralph Fiennes

Netflix‘s new movie, The Dig, just premiered tonight and fans are praising the film on social media.

The movie centers on Edith Pretty, played by Carey Mulligan, a wealthy widow who’s raising a young son on a vast country estate. With World War II looming and the vast majority of England’s professional archeologists tasked with protecting and preserving Britain’s museums, she turns to Basil Brown (Ralph Fiennes), an amateur excavator to dig up the multiple mounds on her property.

While first thinking there was something from the Viking era, it was actually a burial ship from the 7th century, the Dark Ages of the Anglo-Saxons that would change much of what Britons knew about their own history.

Based on a true story, the dig uncovered the Sutton Hoo, which is rumored to have been the burial place of King Raedwald, the 7th Century Anglo-Saxon ruler of East Anglia.

“They’re not a natural pair and in fact, as you see at the beginning, it’s not an immediate connection,” Carey shared about the relationship between Edith and Basil. “But there’s a mutual respect there – a kinship and a meeting of minds that crosses the social divide.”

There’s also a scene in the movie which Ralph has described as his “Indiana Jones moment.”

“That’s the closest I’m going to get!” he shared. “But there was no real danger. I was actually more anxious about the scrabbling and the frantic hands close to my face – they were going to give me more injury than the weight of the earth.”

After the movie premiered, fans flocked to Twitter and Instagram, sharing their thoughts on the movie.

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