Netflix, which already has a series of Adam Sandler movies lined up, is going indie for its next film deal. The streaming service has enlisted Jay and Mark Duplass for a four-movie deal, EW has confirmed. The brothers will executive produce the films, which will premiere on Netflix after a limited theatrical and transactional window. There is no timeline yet for those releases.
“This is just the latest step in our very long relationship with the Duplass Brothers,” Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos told Deadline, which initially reported the news. “We’ve been working with them almost since the very beginning, when we were red-envelope delivery. Independent film has...
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