A brand new image of David Ayer's Netflix original film Bright emerges online and offers a better look at Joel Edgerton's orc cop character.
Netflix is previewing its original movies Bright and Death Note, as well as the series Stranger Things and Voltron, at International Comic-Con 2017.
Netflix is open to the idea of their original films, like Bright and War Machine, getting theatrical release dates in addition to streaming.
A new series of images tease the weird mix of fantasy and reality in Will Smith, Netflix and David Ayer's orc buddy cop movie, Bright.
Netflix releases the first teaser trailer for upcoming fantasy film Bright from director David Ayer, starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton.
Filmmaker David Ayer reunites with his Suicide Squad star Will Smith for Bright, the fantasy buddy cop movie that's now in production.
Noomi Rapace is in talks to join Will Smith and Joel Edgerton in David Ayer's Bright, which will be distributed exclusively by Netflix.
Bright, from director David Ayer, screenwriter Max Landis, and actor Will Smith, has been picked up by Netflix for future distribution.
Netflix is in negotiations for fantasy-drama Bright with David Ayer (Suicide Squad) attached to direct and Will Smith and Joel Edgerton to star.
Suicide Squad's David Ayer and Will Smith are reportedly in talks to reteam on Bright, a cop thriller set in a fantasy realm.