Looks like Netflix is not only getting in the TV-making business, but the movie-making business. The streaming company has announced a deal with Adam Sandlerís Happy Madison Productions for three movies starring the comedy great. No news yet if these will be exclusive to Netflix, or if they will see theatres.
What do you think, can Netflix pull off movies? Should they seek to have the movies in theatres, or keep things exclusive?
I don't watch Netflex, but I'm quite confident they are capable of making good films. I expect that they will be budget films, so won't be as big a feature films in the cinema, and will probably be exclusive to Netflex - at least until they see if they are successful or not.