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According to Deadline, Netflix fought off multiple other bidders, including Warner Brothers and MGM, both of whom would have given the movie a wide theatrical release.Netflix's commitment to "day-and-date releases," meaning movies are available to stream on Netflix the same day they arrive in theaters, will likely limit how many big screens show "Bright." Theater giants like Regal have publicly denounced this release policy, and Netflix's previous films have seen very limited theatrical releases.
On a routine night patrol they find themselves caught up in a battle to save a young elf named Tikka and a long-lost relic, which in the wrong hands could bring about the end of the world as they know it.
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Will Smith stars in this fantasy action cop flick as Detective Scott Ward, who goes on patrol and encounters a dark world running amok with fairies and orcs.
The streaming service reportedly paid million for the film, outbidding Hollywood giants such as Warner Bros.
Although the 37-second clip already ahas fans salivating for the full film, its arrival is still quite a while off. Bright is set in an alternate present-day where humans coexist with fantastical creatures such as fairies, orcs and elves.
After winning a $90 million bidding war to acquire the film last March, the streaming giant stacked it with a bevy of big-names, notably reuniting Will Smith with Suicide Squad director David Ayer.