Japanese manga ‘DEATH NOTE’ will be adapted into Hollywood live-action works again, according to media reports, ‘Stranger Things’ directors Matt Duffer and Ross Duffer and Netflix reached a series of cooperation, including live-action ‘DEATH NOTE’ episodes.
In 2017 Netflix had released a live-action movie ‘DEATH NOTE’, directed by ‘Godzilla vs Kong’ director Adam Wingard, starring Nat Wolff, Margaret Qualley and Lakeith Stanfield, only to have extremely poor word-of-mouth.
Netflix’s “network movie” is a big surprise, too simple and straightforward adaptation of the story completely without the original in the two sides of the gripping game of life and death, coupled with the rough characterization really can not make people believe that this is a high IQ crime movie.
A series of collaborations between the Duffer Brothers and Netflix also includes a new series from ‘The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance’ producers Jeffrey Addiss and Will Matthews, an adaptation of Stephen King and Peter Straub’s 1984 fantasy novel ‘The Talisman’, a stage show set in the world and mythology of ‘Stranger Things’ and a ‘Stranger Things’ spin-off. The Talisman, a 1984 fantasy novel co-written by Stephen King and Peter Straub, a stage show set in the world and mythology of Stranger Things, and a Stranger Things spin-off.
Stranger Things Season 4, which launched last month and this month, has become the highest-rated English-language series in Netflix history, reaching 1.15 billion hours watched in its 28 days online.