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  • Netflix premieres an original movie at Comic-Con
  • Netflix premieres an original movie at Comic-Con
    Jakob Owens (2017) ©

Netflix premieres an original movie at Comic-Con

Comic-Con is one of the world’s most prominent comics conventions. And Netflix has taken note of its sprawling – and in turn, profitable – body of visitors. In a bid to attract niche audiences, the platform premiered Bright, which is its most expensive movie to date, at the San Diego event.



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