The word “fantasy” may be new to the American lexicon, but for the last few decades it’s been used in a variety of ways to describe movies that are either good or not.
For instance, the film “The Prestiges” may have been set in the year 2022, but that doesn’t mean it’s a film about fantasy.
Instead, it’s about the rise of an old man, played by Will Smith, who becomes a hero after his son, played with an almost supernatural intensity by Idris Elba, is taken from him and taken to a magical world by a mysterious force.
And, while the film’s title is derived from a Greek word meaning “the world,” its underlying message is much more literal: We need to take action and get things done in a hurry.
The idea is simple enough: Make the world a better place.
In the case of “The Force,” it’s an idea that has been embraced by the likes of Disney, Universal and Warner Bros., all of which have made films based on the books, and now, Netflix.
With the release of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” in May, the streaming service is bringing back an old favourite: a genre that’s been around for years, and is still relevant.
In addition to being the most-watched TV series of the year, Netflix is also the most watched entertainment platform in the world.
The company says it has been watching its audience and growing at an astounding rate, which is why the streaming platform is investing heavily in new programming and films.
The first of these is “The Promise,” a film from American director Jordan Peele, about a man (played by Seth Rogen) who wants to become a Jedi and who is forced to confront the darkest of fears when he becomes entangled in a conspiracy.
Netflix has already begun airing the film, and there is no sign of it ending anytime soon.
“The Promise” has become an instant hit on Netflix, with viewers tuning in every week, and it has already been viewed more than 1.8 million times.
While “The Pledge” and “The Power of Three” are some of the most popular shows on Netflix and have made a lot of money, Peele’s film “Star Citizen” is the biggest hit among its original series.
The project was launched last year, and has since received more than $1 billion in funding.
“There’s been a lot more focus on the science fiction genre in recent years, as we’ve seen more and more films, television and movies being made with science fiction themes,” said Netflix Chief Content Officer Mike Hopkins.
“And the audience has become so interested in it.
It’s a really interesting and exciting space, and I think that’s where we see a lot growth going forward.”
For Peele and his team, the fact that audiences are tuning in for “Star Trek” and Marvel movies has been a blessing in disguise.
For one, the shows have become big sellers on Netflix.
In its first two weeks on the service, the movie “Star War: Battlefront II” made $1.4 billion in revenue, according to Netflix.
But for the first time, the show’s creator, Gene Roddenberry, is getting a bit of a boost as well.
Roddan, whose characters have appeared in dozens of Star Wars films and other blockbusters, is coming back to TV this season.
“StarWars: The Expanse,” an anthology series that started airing this year, is set to return next month.
And, as is the case with “The Apprentice,” there is some overlap in the genres of the shows.
“The Promised Land,” the sci-fi-inspired show about the final days of the last Star Wars trilogy, was created by Rodd and David Brin, who were co-executive producers on “The Enterprise.”
And “Star Gate,” a futuristic sci-Fi series about the end of the world, is also based on “StarTrek.”
And even though the “StarGate” series was written and directed by two Star Trek writers, it is set in a universe where there are no aliens, and in fact, a planet called Kresh has no life but is inhabited by the people who made the universe.
The Promise is a very different kind of show.
It tells the story of a man named William (played in the film by Elba) who is given the task of finding the missing daughter of his father, played in the books by Will Ferrell, who was kidnapped and killed by an alien invasion.
And he sets out on a quest that will bring him into conflict with his own father, who is the leader of an organization that is determined to eradicate the people of the planet, Earth.
The promise of action and excitement is what makes “The Future of TV” so important to Netflix, said co-founder