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Netflix may have produced some truly great original content, but some of its original movies are really just plain bad.
Art is subjective, and even Death Note fans might find some interesting new ideas and themes in this live-action movie
Death Note had a lot going on throughout the show, so it's very possible that you missed some of these while watching,
Netflix's Death Note movie is being accused of using footage from a real 2010 train crash in Belgium without seeking proper permission.
Netflix is developing a sequel to its live-action Death Note manga/anime movie adaptation, which premiered on the streaming service in 2017.
A Death Note fan reinterprets the Netflix live-action anime movie adaptation as a lighthearted teen comedy in this parody trailer.
Death Note director Adam Wingard reveals that his top choices for the demon Ryuk were recently deceased music stars David Bowie and Prince.
The first reviews for Adam Wingard and Netflix's Death Note movie suggest the film is yet another live-action anime adaptation misfire.
Death Note remake director Adam Wingard defends his adaptation of the manga in the midst of a discussion of whitewashing in Hollywood.
Director Adam Wingard reveals a new character poster for the forthcoming Death Note Netflix movie, this time featuring Margaret Qualley's Mia.
A new character poster for Netflix's upcoming Americanized version of Death Note shines a spotlight on Lakeith Stanfield's L.
Netflix recently dropped a new trailer for Death Note and some fans of the original manga and anime aren't impressed - do they have a point?
The different setting and context of the Netflix Death Note adaptation cause some big differences in many of the movie's characters.
A new parody video demonstrates what happens when the characters from Death Note watch the live-action trailer for the upcoming Netflix release.
Based on the famous Japanese manga written by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, Death Note follows a high school student who comes across a supernatural notebook, realizing it holds within it a great power; if the owner inscribes someone's name into it while picturing their face, he or she will die. Intoxicated with his new godlike abilities, the young man begins to kill those he deems unworthy of life.