Movies

Netflix is not having a great year, and this latest news doesn't have the streaming service in the most favorable light.

If you're not one of the people cutting the cord to your Netflix subscription, these movies that are coming to the streaming service this summer might be worth your time.

No word on when the film will go into production or who'll be tackling the role of a young Michael Jordan (that's what we really wanna know), but it will be interesting to see who'll the casting directors settle on when the time comes. Hopefully they don't white wash that role (we kid we kid).

In a new teaser trailer for Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, we're getting a few more bits and pieces of what we can expect when the good doctor and Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch) wander into the multiple Marvel realities that Strange opened up during the events of Spider-Man: No Way Home

Over 25 years and two successful sequels later, with a fourth currently in pre-production, 'Bad Boys' director Michael Bay says the $840 million franchise's longtime distributor Sony Pictures originally didn't think it would even be a success with two Black actors in the leading roles.

“What’s a bad miracle?," asks Daniel Kaluuya's character in the trailer for Jordan Peele's latest horror flick, NOPE. Yeah, we're still sold on this one.

In the trailer to the upcoming docuseries, we see just how real things got for Bubba at a time when the Black Lives Matter movement was powering through America and the backlash he got from not only Nascar fans, but his own racing peers.

Hallelujer! Tyler Perry returns with his famed character Madea in Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming. The latest film in the Madea franchise is set to debut on Netflix next month. Watch the trailer inside.

Over the weekend, seven bidders waged a head-to-head auction battle for a star-studded exorcism movie package that was scored late last night by Netflix. The Lee Daniels directed film stars Andra Day, Octavia Spencer and more A-list talent. Read more inside.

Anthony Mackie is directing a film about civil rights trailblazer Claudette Colvin.