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Maria Ferreras - Netflix
Israeli customers have shown strong enthusiasm for Netflix content since we launched here just over a year ago. With more than 1,000 hours of new original Netflix content slated for 2017, we are delighted to work with Partner to offer a fantastic new way through which Netflix customers can seamlessly access and enjoy our
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In this page you'll find all points of view published about Netflix. You'll find 571 quotes on this page. You can filter them by date and by a person’s name. The 4 people who have been quoted more about Netflix are: Reed Hastings, Ted Sarandos, Jim Cramer and Michael Pachter. Reed Hastings specifically said: “Netflix was originally a single rental service, but the subscription model was one of a few ideas we had–so there was no Aha! moment.”.
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Baz Luhrmann

When I was asked to come to the center of The Get Down to help realize it, I had to defer a film-directing commitment for at least two years. This exclusivity has understandably become a sticking point for Netflix and Sony, who have been tremendous partners and supporters of the show. It kills me that I can't split myself into two and make myself available to both productions. But the simple truth is, I make movies. And the thing with movies is, that when you direct them, there can be nothing else in your

Baz Luhrmann

The simple truth is, I make movies. And the thing with movies is, that when you direct them, there can be nothing else in your life. Since The Get Down stopped, I have actually been spending the last few months preparing my new cinematic work….feedback

Brian d'Arcy James

I knew her from Wizards of Waverly Place. My daughter is 15, so I knew exactly who Selena Gomez was because I watched her everyday for about five years on

Brian d'Arcy James

When we finally did, I have to say, she was so sweet. Selena was so sweet and kind and just a great, great person. [She] really took the time to speak with my daughter and her buddy that were there and they were over the moon. It was

Reed Hastings - Netflix

Netflix was originally a single rental service, but the subscription model was one of a few ideas we had–so there was no Aha!

Reed Hastings - Netflix

Movies over the Internet are coming, and at some point it will become big

Taika Waititi

Most people know I'm a huge Michael Jackson fan, so the main thing for me is to make sure it's respectful of him and his

Paolo Pescatore - CCS Insight

There's been a rush toward online video services and so-called 'skinny' bundles, accompanied by a proliferation of separate apps for each provider. But in reality, customers will not want to sign up to numerous services, receive more bills and be forced to open several apps to find the content they

Paolo Pescatore - CCS Insight

In our view, the disparate and disjointed nature of these apps will lead frustrated customers to reengage with big content bundles delivered over internet

Alex Green -

For the first time, Prime members in the U.K. and Germany will be able to choose to watch premium TV channels without having to sign up to a bundle or a contract, giving them the freedom to pay for only what they want to watch. From live sport to Bollywood, arthouse cinema to reality TV, and award-winning TV shows from popular channels like Discovery and ITV, Amazon Channels gives power back to customers to choose exactly what they want to

Paolo Pescatore - CCS Insight

(Amazon Channels is) a highly disruptive move and one that threatens Sky's dominance in the pay-TV market both in the UK and Germany. Beyond free-to-air services, the addition of Discovery's channels is hugely significant. This is the first time that its channels have been made available outside of the Sky universe and out of a bundle. In our opinion, this will force many households to think twice about their pay-TV subscription and cut the cord as we've seen in the US. Especially if Amazon will add more live TV such as sports in the

Richard Broughton

The main challenge Amazon has is that it is offering all of the channels standalone, which is potentially extremely expensive. The a la carte model has been tried a few times in the pay-TV market before. Research suggests that people say they want to pick and choose but in practice they prefer buying a big bundle and get 'all-they-can-eat' TV. In time, Amazon may look at aggregating some of the channels it is offering into a pay-TV style

Richard Broughton

This move represents a massive broadening of content. It makes Amazon increasingly competitive with both Netflix and Sky, although at an increasingly higher price

Cindy Holland - Netflix

For years, our lives had to fit around television. Now it's the other way around. We've given consumers control and it's interesting to see the behaviours that emerge when viewers aren't tied to a schedule. And even more so to see that these routines are replicated by millions the world

Karsten Weide - International Data Corporation

This has more to do with French, non-art-related sensibilities than with the actual quality of the

Todd Supplee

The black box is an escape from the world, a date night type activity, or it's a nice evening out with your

Karl Steinparz

We can't say it it's true. All I can tell you is that a lot of the children at the school have said they believe there is a connection. One of the girls is an exemplary pupil with no problems we know of. The other did have some problems recently but most of them had been cleared

David Furtner

All three are alive, thank God, so our investigation is limited to whether there was any foul play or third party involved. There is no evidence of any third party who encouraged them to attempt suicide. It appears this is a case of adolescent

Thierry Fremaux

If you go to New York, you have less theaters than in the past. In Rome, you have very few theaters. In France, you have a lot. Why? Because there's a system which protects all of these

Pedro Almodóvar

As long as I'm I alive, I'll be fighting for one thing that I'm afraid the new generation is not aware of ... the hypnosis of the large screen for the

Terence Goggin - Alvarez & Marsal

I'm personally aware of several financial institutions that have started keeping a stock of digital currency on hand, should they find themselves victims of ransomware. Although paying the ransom is hardly a new approach, it's clear some firms realize their approach to security may be lacking and paying might be the way

Andrew McDonnell - Astech

The number of people who would cancel their Netflix accounts, or not buy one because of the release of this one season of one show, must be

Terence Goggin - Alvarez & Marsal

Netflix could, for example, simply offer the stolen episodes for free as a 'trial' of their service. While this isn't an option for everyone who has had their data stolen, it can help to discourage future thefts by removing the financial

Tom Kulik

No, don't pay the ransom. More and more frequently, hackers responsible for ransomware attacks take the money and provide no (or inadequate) means to decrypt the files after payment. Sometimes, they even attempt to extort

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

The story of this festival, for whatever reason, has been those two films. And remember, those films were invited here solely on their merits. Thierry [Frémaux, Cannes Artistic Director] has an incredible track record of cultivating the greatest movies of the year from all over the world, and these two films, according to him, qualify. If you are inventing qualifications for how a film has to appear on a commercial basis, that seems very out of step with the spirit of the festival, and the independence of the

Jonathan Friedland

If you look at the output of American major movie studios it's pretty non-risk-oriented. So if there are projects that people have really wanted to make for a while which are risky or different than what people are comfortable with, they're not finding a home, which has opened up a tremendous opportunity for us to come in and do

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

There's no mechanism to make a movie like Okja today outside of what we're doing. No studio would take that risk on a Korean director on a film that barely has any English language in

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

Studios have no appetite for risk. Take 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days, which came to Cannes with no distribution deal at all. We don't want to signal to competitors where to focus their dollars. The number of people who have seen Palme d'Or-winning films in theatres relative to the population who see these movies [overall] is very

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

I'm really thrilled for director Bong and and Noah Baumbach that people are talking about their

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

They were fully aware of our release strategy. I talked to them before Oscar weekend [in February] about some of these

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

We are living among a generation who have seen every great movie ever made on a phone. So I think we all just have to come to grips with where technology and culture take us. And by the way, I'm more thrilled that they are seeing the movies than I am concerned with the size of the screen they're watching them on. Okja is a beautiful movie when you see it, but if you had to bet your career on filling movie theatres on opening weekend with that film you'd be losing sleep. So we've become a major exporter of European content to the

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

And in my opinion while that may sound risky, putting it in the hands of director Bong? Not very risky at

Tilda Swinton

Let's be honest, there are thousands of films that are screened in the Cannes Film Festival that people don't see in the cinema -- the most beautiful, the most esoteric films that people never see in the cinema. Netflix has given Bong Jong-ho the chance to make his absolutely liberated vision a reality, and for that I'm so grateful. The truth is, we didn't come here for prizes. We came here to show this film to the Cannes Film

Jake Gyllenhaal

I think the platform of a film -- how far it can reach, to how many people it can get to to communicate a message -- is extraordinarily important. I think it's truly a blessing when any art gets to reach one person, let alone hundreds of thousands upon millions of

Will Smith

In my home it's done nothing but broaden my children's cinematic global

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

The market's too competitive. That's when we bonded and he saw I really do love

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

We're living amid a generation that has seen every great movie ever made on a phone, so I think we all have to come to grips with where technology takes us. Why would we want to hold back a movie for an enormous number of people to enjoy throughout the entire country that a few hundred, maybe a few thousand people could see the film in Paris? It seemed to me like the right thing to do was to give the people, our subscribers, who pay to make these movies, access to them immediately all over the world. They were fully aware of our release

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

I've talked to Thierry many times and said this is where we'd like to show

Pedro Almodóvar

The size of the screen should not be smaller than the chair you're sitting

Will Smith

In my house, Netflix has been nothing but an absolute benefit. They get to see films they absolutely wouldn't have seen. Netflix brings a great connectivity. There are movies that are not on a screen within 8,000 miles of them. They get to find those

Rashad Jennings

There's so many different metaphors in [13 Reasons Why] of how a kid can get to that position and you don't even realize it – in a matter of a couple months how from home life, maybe no attention or don't feel comfortable to open up, every kid's been there. It makes you stop and analyze how a couple decisions that you can make and how you speak to somebody could push them right over the

Rashad Jennings

I was definitely bullied. I was made fun of a lot because I was a 0.6 GPA, chubby kid with glasses and all that good stuff. But I was just goofy enough not to show people how I was feeling inside. That's why I say you never know what somebody's dealing with behind their eyes, because I personally just don't do a good job of showing my struggles unless I tell it. It doesn't come off my face. It just reminded me of why I enjoy talking to kids about the importance of uplifting each other and being

Rashad Jennings

There's nothing special about me, I just always find myself in special positions. Kids need to see something worth mimicking. I know that I do too. I personally need to see something worth mimicking to give me encouragement to stand on the things that I believe in and know to be true. To give them a hope that dreams come true, hard work pays off, that you can become anything that you desire, because sometimes you forget that in everyday work. Even adults – we forget that. We quit striving because we're comfortable and that's another type of failure to

Will Smith

West Philadelphia is a long way from Cannes. I was probably 14 years old the last time I watched three movies in one day! In my home, Netflix has had absolutely no effect on what they (his children) go to the movie theater to watch. They go to the movie theater to be humbled in front of certain images and there's other films that they prefer to watch at home and there's really little to no

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

Arrested Development brings us structures, outerwear and choreography like no other comedy in history. Season four marked the first foray by Netflix into original comedy programming and this time, the Bluths will collectively be spending more quality time with their millions of fans around the

Brad Pitt

This film would not have gotten made if David hadn't taken this book and made it into this film. This is the first draft. And without Ted [Sarandos] and company and Netflix, a lot of difficult films like this have a new avenue. We have a smoking cast, hope you

Mitchell Hurwitz

In talks with Netflix, we all felt that stories about a narcissistic, erratically behaving family in the building business – and their desperate abuses of power – are really under-represented on TV these

Pedro Almodóvar

I personally do not conceive, not only the Palme d'Or but any other prize, being given to a film and then not being able to see this film on a large screen. The size should not be smaller than the chair on which you are sitting and should not be part of your everyday setting. You must feel small and humble in front of the image that is here to capture

Will Smith

There's very little cross-over between going to the cinema and watching what they watch on Netflix. In my home, Netflix has had absolutely no effect on what they go to the movie theatre to watch. They go to the movie theatre to be humble in front of certain image, and there's other films that they prefer to watch at home. There's really little or no cross-over. It's not as if they would have gone to the cinema if it wasn't on Netflix: it's two completely different forms of

Thierry Fremaux

Since Sept. 11, Cannes has ... maximized security measures. You're in a country which has got a lot of terrorist attacks. Charlie Hebdo, the Bataclan, Nice, one year ago. So we need to pay

Tracy Morgan

I kept my physical therapist close to me because me and my wife planned on getting married when things settled and I wanted to walk my wife down the aisle without a crutch, without a cane. I kept [my speech therapist] close to me because I wanted to recite the vows to my wife at our wedding correctly. I wanted to say 'I do' and not 'f–

Alessandra Mastronardi

I was a big fan of the first season because it was such a new way to approach comedy. It's more intimate this season, I think. I hope it's going to be better!feedback

Alessandra Mastronardi

I am in love with Eric. He can say anything and I just smile. He's just so easy to work with and such a generous

Selena Gomez

I see myself as Hannah so much. I wanted it to feel like anyone can see themselves in

Marc-Olivier Sebbag

The difficulty is that you have a system that's extremely regulated but that

Thomas Sotinel

Cannes misjudged. But they found out Netflix wouldn't move, and at the same time they were reminded that on the board of Cannes sit people like the theater owners, who don't want to budge either. So they were caught between those two very immovable protagonists – or rather,

Christophe Tardieu

They are the perfect representation of American cultural imperialism. I deplore Netflix's attitude in this affair, which showed total intransigence and refusing to understand and accept how the French cultural exception

Pascal Rogard - Netflix

There are idiotic rules that don't let Netflix films come out for 36 months; I understand it's complicated. The real open question that will be given to the next culture minister is, Can we create a modernized media chronology so a film doesn't have to wait three years to go to Netflix?feedback

Tracey Robertson

We are excited to be partnering with Netflix on 'Tidelands' – this story is one that has been itching to be told and we are thrilled to be making it on our home soil in Australia with fantastic creatives and highly skilled crews. The primeval landscapes of Queensland are a perfect setting to tell the story of betrayal, small town secrets, ancient mythology and, when it comes to family, explore whether blood really is thicker than

Christian Navarro

I think they're not watching the same show. When we were working on it, we had tons of mental health experts on set at all times, our producers were very diligent on making sure that the tone was inclusive and helpful and not harmful. I think they should listen to their children though, this is happening right now all over the world in high schools. I think the parents should watch it with

Matthew Deaner

These are big, disruptive, successful businesses that have had time to expand in the Australian market without making any significant investment in local production. It's time they step up to the plate and contribute to new Australian film and television

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

Australia has such a rich production infrastructure and great talent, both in front of and behind the camera. There's no reason we should not [commission] original shows for

Joanna Lumley

Terrific standards both in acting and production values and everything so really thrilling - really, really good. It's just that I think it's so diffused now, so spread out that sometimes you go through rather sulkily going 'Oh there's nothing on television tonight'. What? Look

Mike Gunton

We were surprised this won because half the people watched it from behind their

Linda Yaccarino

It's about the media mix. The next frontier is, how do we really bring it all together in terms of linear and digital? Imagine if the advertising-supported ecosystem went away. There would be no Hulu, no Netflix, no Amazon, because that's what fuels all their content. They'd have to go to 100 percent original, and the cost for the consumer would be absolutely unaffordable. So I think everyone agrees that advertising-supported content needs to remain the main driver or the epicenter of the business. We just need to figure out a way to do it respectfully to consumer behavior

Calvin Klein

[N]ot only is your body a temple and should be worshipped as so, but also part of feminism is being able to express yourself in your own way, whether it's being conservative and wearing lots of clothes or showing

Jim Cramer

That's why we like the stocks of Apple, Amazon, Alphabet, Activision Blizzard, Constellation Brands, Domino's, Netflix and Nvidia so much. And you can substitute Electronic Arts and Take Two Interactive for Activision Blizzard, because all the video games are benefit from a similar trend. I know we've heard endlessly about the cord cutters because they don't want to spend money on that big cable bill. But this quarter is the shout out quarter to the cord-nevers, for example, we heard that on Walt Disney's conference call that it got people pretty

Anne With

It's all very well to read sorrowful stories and imagine yourself living through them heroically, but it's not so easy when you're actually woeful, is it?feedback

Jensen Huang - Nvidia

With apologies to the start of the baseball season, E-sports is now as popular among the U.S. male millennials as American's favorite pastime. More people will be gaming than HBO, Netflix, ESPN and Hulu

Thomas Sotinel

It's the best solution. They've bowed to the pressure of the theater owners without compromising this year's

Richard Patry

We're really sorry that Netflix didn't understand the specificity of the French market. They stuck with their position that they wouldn't let the two films – which were done by great directors and deserve to be shown in competition at Cannes – be seen by viewers in

Danielle Brooks

You see what's going on here? We get beat for no reason. We're stuffed four in a bunk like we're factory chickens. We're denied basic

Oren Falkowitz - Area 1 Security

We see this over and over and over again. The problem is that security firms sell their software to the 1 per cent of companies that can afford it, but the real damage continues to come from

Oren Falkowitz - Area 1 Security

It's our job to protect your business. We're not going to sell software to every five-person mom-and-pop shop, so why not extend our services to those vendors for free?feedback

Brian Yorkey

Hannah's story isn't over – she has parents who still don't have the complete

Jay Kaplan - Synack

You could have the most technically secure organization in the world, but the common denominator is people, and they are always

Jack White

One day, I want this place to be like what I had heard about Henry Ford wanted for the Ford Motor Company, which was you pour in all your raw materials on this side, and out the other side of the factory pop out cars. You know, I sometimes sort of lay in bed thinking a lot of it is a waste of my time. Because I don't know how much of it really connects and follows through, and especially in the day and age I was dropped on planet Earth, to work in the day and age where people – music is the last thing on their mind after their cellphone, Netflix,

Jim Suva - Citigroup Global Markets

We identified a handful of potential M&A targets. Three are media firms: Netflix, Disney and Hulu. Three are video game developers: Activision, Electronic Arts and Take-Two. And, one is an auto maker: Tesla. Each target confers some strategic benefit to Apple. Like Apple, Netflix is global, has no non-core assets (like Disney) and is disrupting the global video ecosystem. Apple could help accelerate this

Alexa Curtis

That last episode [which depicts a character's suicide by slitting their wrists], I had so many moments where I thought, This is what I wanted to do,' . I am so glad I didn't watch this at 15, because I probably would have done something. A lot of young adults have already watched the show, so parents should immediately talk to their kids and ask them things like, How did it make you feel?' . [And,] 'Do you know any friends who are going through this sort of thing? What would you do if you saw someone inappropriately touching your friend?feedback

Alexa Curtis

I think parents should check in with their kids every week, just ask them, How are you feeling? Do you ever feel depressed like Hannah does on the show?' . They may self-harm, which is not the best route to go. Parents need to talk to their children. They need to be a friend and a parent at the same time now and make their kids comfortable with opening

Alexa Curtis

I thought that the show was, in a way, glamorizing teen suicide. The fact that Hannah Baker is living on through these tapes, that her voice is still echoing on … that gives a bad

Victor Schwartz

But now [kids may think] suicide is what happens when people wrong

Alexa Curtis

It makes [suicide] look like an easy way out, and lots of girls I've spoken to say it hits too close to home – that it was just too alarming to watch, as it depicted situations they had been in

Todd Juenger

One could argue that old media's demise and Netflix 's success are

Mike Hopkins - Ice Energy

Subscribers aren't the only way to measure us, when almost half our revenue is

Mike Hopkins - Ice Energy

We are committed to the subscription on-demand space. It's the lifeblood of our company, but were' excited to enter this [live TV] space as well. As people's taste change, as people want these different experiences we need to capture them as they are coming out. I think we can actually people who opted out of the system back into a system like

Stephen Watson

As a full-service, video on demand business, we want to use the increased connectivity consumers now have access to, to deliver more entertainment in a number of ways. The opportunity in Africa is to deliver to mobile phones a broad range of digital entertainment – from video and TV to music, magazines and radio. We believe everybody deserves to have access to quality, affordable content and we will continue to challenge the status quo of competitive offerings and expand our DEOD services to merge lifestyle and entertainment to take it to consumers when and how they want

Helen Hsu

We had to balance the potential harm of showing it with the potential harm of not showing it, and having it be mysterious or

Helen Hsu

If young people around the world love it, as so many have and keep telling me they do–then I think we as adults need to really sit down with them and listen to what resonates about

Nic Sheff

I stand behind what we did 100 percent. I know it was right, because my own life was saved when the truth of suicide was finally held up for me to see in all its horror–and

Dan Reidenberg

The glamorizing, sensationalizing, memorializing aspects of the series; the violence and brutality; the rape; the failure of reaching out for help; the lack of options and alternatives to Hannah's suicide; the revenge plot. It has definitely started a conversation, but it hasn't been the right one, so that is not a success to

Will Toledo - Seat

As someone who contributed to the soundtrack for '13 Reasons Why', I am obliged to tell you all that it's kind of fucked … writers: please don't tell kids how to turn their miserable and hopeless lives into a thrilling and cathartic suicide

Lea Michele

I'm always making time to work out, to take care of myself, to just sit on the couch and binge-watch Netflix. That's what keeps me grounded. I feel very hopeful right now. I'm so blessed to have really incredible friends and my family … and that personal-professional life balance. Whenever things are in that great sweet spot, that's when I'm most

Gregory Ciotti

Writing gives form to your ideas and gets them out of your head, freeing up bandwidth and preventing you from crashing your browser like a late night downward spiral on Wikipedia. Getting important ideas down alleviates the stress of losing your thoughts to time or an overcrowded

Lily Herman

Inhale for three counts and exhale for four. This triggers your parasympathetic nervous system, which can help you

Patrick O'Flynn

In the era of online streaming, of Amazon and Netflix, of satellite and cable, of multi purpose devices which can be telephones one moment and televisions another the licence fee has become to broadcasting what the horse of cart is to transport - obsolete. As part of any agreement to run subscription channels I would expect the BBC to undertake to provide a core offering on freeview, including regional TV news, and also to continue support support for their local radio network as a free to air

Finn Wolfhard

I think this season will be a lot more dark, a lot more horror-oriented. I think people are going to like it more than the first

David Harbour

He's Winona [Ryder]'s new boyfriend – much to the chagrin to the Chief of

Lisa Brady

We are concerned about our children watching this series without adult supervision because it romanticizes and sensationalizes the idea of

Ross Gerber

Their services business has a lot of risk to it from other competitors like Netflix and Spotify and Samsung and all the other players. And they have all this cash, and all they can come up with is the same playbook, which is buy back stock and pay dividends. It's time for Tim Cook to spend the

Ross Gerber

Their services business has a lot of risk to it from other companies like Netflix and Spotify and Samsung and all the other players. And they have all this cash, and all they can come up with is the same playbook, which is buy back stock and pay dividends. Buy something, please. Go out and do something aggressive. It's time to put the heat on Tim Cook. It should be illegal to have $250 billion dollars in cash and not utilize it – that is what you're supposed to do as

Kathy Cowan

Across the suicide prevention communities and experts, there is concern in the way that the suicide is portrayed and the buildup to the suicide … could trigger suicide contagion or copycat

Rida Ali

I feel like it was kind of saying that she was right ... like 'This is justified'. You have to try. You have to keep going and it will be hard but know that someone out there cares for you. I feel like they should have that

Kathy Cowan

That's unethical behavior. School mental health professionals do not behave that way. It sends the message that school mental professionals are not a trusted source for help. And all kids need to know that adults are there to help them and they can be

Robert M. Avossa

As a father of a teenager and tween, I am very concerned about a dangerous trend we have observed in our schools in recent days. School District personnel have observed an increase in youth at-risk behavior at the elementary and middle school levels to include self-mutilation, threats of suicide, and multiple Baker Act incidents. Students involved in the recent incidents have articulated associations of their at-risk behavior to the '13 Reasons Why' Netflix

Kathy Cowan

Across the suicide prevention communities and experts, there is concern in the way that the suicide is portrayed and the build up to the suicide … could trigger suicide contagion or copycat behavior. It implies throughout the show that she actually gets revenge, [that] she has an impact on the people she leaves behind in a way that you can't really guarantee with

Victor Schwartz

It's complicated, because they got a lot of important issues out on the table. The missteps are high

Susan B. Ridgely

Kids who grew up with Candace Cameron are now parents. Just like Netflix is trying to get those viewers with 'Fuller House,' Focus on the Family may be trying to get them with the return of

Jim Cramer

That is a giant admission that these chains aren't going to be able to get as many people in the seats anymore buying beer for too much money versus what you can buy it for at the supermarket. And yes, selling marked-up alcohol is the secret behind the success of so many dinner chain restaurants. Whether it's student debt or lower wages or a sense that you want to multi-task, check out Facebook, Snap or Twitter while watching the game or looking at Netflix, or maybe all of those, the simple fact is that the change is accelerating, not arresting

Jim Cramer

There's another aspect that has Netflix's stock ramping endlessly: takeover talk. Let's put it this way: Apple's had ample time to consider buying Netflix to augment its service revenue stream – the key to having investors pay up for an otherwise hardware business model that's always viewed skeptically. The scuttlebutt says that Disney's ready to spin off ESPN and take in Netflix with a simplified structure, less levered to cord cutting. Last week's noisy layoffs at ESPN solidified the

Jim Cramer

We've all lived through the supposedly disappointing Facebook quarters that weren't really disappointing at all ... yet the stock gets hammered anyway. I'm always surprised that people consider this philosophy such a mystery. When you ponder how much Facebook's stock moves up intra-quarter, you'd think that there would be some sort of reluctance to sell on the news. Given how much it's run, I wouldn't be all that surprised if you get a better buying opportunity than you're going to get tomorrow morning, even if the results are

Jim Cramer

Amazon reported a fabulous quarter where it felt like the company couldn't hide its amazing profitability even if it wanted to. It's a great sign about the profitability because Amazon's expanding like mad. On every conference call, there are these endless questions about competition and how Netflix could ultimately get slammed because of

Jim Cramer

All I care about is an expansion of the ecosystem that people pay for to be part of what I call 'the Apple club'. Any sign that the service revenue stream has the potential to be greater than a Fortune 50 company instead of a Fortune 100 company, which is what they use lately – putting it above the $28 billion level that is a Fortune 100 [company]– that would cause the stock to run after the earnings print. FANG's back, but this time it's F-A-A-N-G; and while the spelling is tortured, the story is anything

Bill Simmons

It's weird that people think they're in trouble. They're not in trouble. They're just not going to be making money hand over fist, like they did six years

Bill Simmons

I don't think people fully understand how important it is for them to get unlimited NFL footage for all of their

Noah Schnapp

They were always outside. It's all phones and computers now… You know, I kind of miss the '80s. Even though I wasn't

Richard Lieberman

For kids, that action is staying with your friend, not keeping it a secret, and telling a trusted

Dawn Zawadzki

Everybody is saying 'it glamorizes suicide,' but I don't think it does. It's making us wake up and look at

Madelyn Gould

The series is actually depicting suicide contagion, and at the same time, it's denying the suicide contagion

Brett Danaher

There is some evidence that pre-release piracy is the most damaging piracy to studios. And now that we know it's the most damaging piracy, it's tempting. It's tempting to criminal, or hackers. The interesting thing about this scenario is that you've basically got a pirate attack. This isn't somebody who's worried about if you can identify the source. This is an intentional

Phil Spencer

The audience for those big story-driven games... I won't say it isn't as large, but they're not as consistent. You'll have things like Zelda or Horizon Zero Dawn that'll come out, and they'll do really well, but they don't have the same impact that they used to have, because the big service-based games are capturing such a large amount of the audience. Sony's first-party studios do a lot of these games, and they're good at them, but outside of that, it's difficult – they're become more rare; it's a difficult business decision for those teams, you're fighting into more

Millie Bobby Brown

Noah comes around almost every weekend for sleepovers. We watch really scary movies on Netflix like The Babadook and

Dylan Minnette

We don't know yet. We really don't. I feel like the world's going to know before we do if it happens. I'll be online and be like, Oh, there's a second

Jeremy Darroch

Working with the best producers and making bigger productions ... is increasingly important to reach viewers, especially with high-quality

Karen Little - Lime Pictures

Is the repeat dead? Well quality older shows like Last of the Summer Wine and Vicar of Dibley will still draw an audience for while yet. If you happen to get down the programme guide you might end up turning on Dad's Army. Equally, you might just flick on a subscription on-demand service

Karen Little - Lime Pictures

There is a real passion and energy behind creating more and more scripted shows, especially drama, where there are a lot of [producers] pitching, and viewers are loving it. Look at Broadchurch or Line of Duty getting 10 million viewers with catch-up TV included. If you turn the dial back five years that was pretty much unheard of for a drama. What is lovely for viewers is the range: The Replacement, Doctor Foster, The Durrells and Night Manager to House of Cards, Transparent and Game of Thrones. There is a smorgasbord of options catering to every

Karen Little - Lime Pictures

It is about viewing habits apart from anything else. Channels without brand-defining offerings [those built on repeats and old shows] will eventually start to feel the pain more. It could end up being the end of the 'repeat' but not immediately. I'd give it three to five years before [channels showing repeats] start to feel the

Darren Childs

Look at Gold's ratings over last 10 years and they have been reasonably flat. Those types of shows used to run across the whole portfolio of channels, but now they are contained in one single environment, on Gold. It is an important and valuable audience for us but the majority of our growth in viewership is coming from new and original content being commissioned. Having access to 50 years of the BBC archive is fantastic for us, but you can't bet the farm on one single

Patrick O'Flynn

There are three key reasons why the TV licence has had its day. The first is technological advance meaning the very idea of charging people a poll tax to be able to watch a screen has become obsolete in the era of Amazon, Netflix and online streaming. The second is that prosecutions for non-payment are taking up huge amounts of court time and criminalising many otherwise law-abiding people who are simply strapped for cash. Single mothers are particularly badly

Keith Kupferschmid

The groups that are taking these pre-released movies and TV shows and posting them online are also engaged in a lot of other illegal activity. The fact that they would take the next step, and hold it for ransom and try to make some money off of it is not terribly surprising – because that's what they're trying to

Thomas Lee

The S&P 500 has been performing considerably above our base case so far in 2017 … The reason we have been more cautious is that these expectations are diverging from fixed income and credit markets where flattening curve (10Y vs 30Y and even 10Y vs 2Y) and widening HY [high yield] spreads … signal a more cautious growth

Justin Simien

The summer we came out of, the tragedies, the movement, the political campaigns – it definitely affected what we wanted to do. The writers and I were listening Malcolm Gladwell's podcast Revisionist History every day, bringing in news items to the table. Our last production day was November 8th … it wasn't until we were literally finishing the show that we realized Dear White People would be coming into an America that was different than we thought it'd

Luis Miranda

I feel like I have a little brother now. It's an honor to play a part in giving him a second chance. It's a bond that goes beyond words. Beyond anything. Ezra is the boss today. I never thought anything would happen and then seven or received a call eight years later, I got a call from DKMS. I would do it again a hundred million times. I was like, Hey. I can watch House of Cards on

Hannah Baker

What 13 Reasons Why does is show that there isn't ever really one reason that someone goes down such an irrevocable path, that there are many contributing factors... This is one of the things that make this series both timely and a piece that appears as though it will stand the test of time and stay relevant for years to

Jared Mullen

These issues need to be talked about in a way that is informed and safe – parents, guardians and other adults need to have open conversations with teens about the issues raised by the show. Parents should use their judgment about whether their teen is ready to watch this show and then watch it with them. The series raises a lot of issues but often fails to fully address them, and it's really important that trusted adults can step in at that

James Poniewozik

The device underlines the show's mission: to intrude on your safe space, to demand engagement, to make clear that, yes – whoever you are – 'Dear White People' is talking to

Neil Cybart - Apple

If management wanted quick access to a successful music streaming service, the obvious path forward ran through Spotify, not Beats. However, Apple wasn't looking to buy just a music streaming service. Instead, Tim Cook and Eddy Cue, Apple SVP of Internet Software and Services, were looking for a long-term vision as to how Apple should approach music content. Beats co-founder Jimmy Iovine was selling that

Jimmy Iovine

I've always known in my heart that Beats belonged with Apple. The idea when we started the company was inspired by Apple's unmatched ability to marry culture and

Victor Schwartz

There is an undercurrent that this is what happens when people wrong you. A lot of kids out there who feel their friends, families have mistreated them might see this as an

Christine Moutier

These are dense, dark themes. Spacing episodes out provides the opportunity to have a healthy conversation and gives the child time to process the information in a helpful

Phyllis Alongi

Make it okay to talk about these issues. Be confident and competent. It makes them feel comfortable talking to us about it. Remind your kids that the show was based on fiction, and that that's not the norm. Her behavior was not the

Victor Schwartz

Then they should immediately stop. The concern is with some small groups of young people who are vulnerable – they are really at risk and impressionable kids may not get the fictional element of this. There is potential for kids to become so distraught by it that they see this is an appealing thing, to end your

Reed Hastings - Netflix

I think it's building the relationships in the normal way, and we are making progress on that because we are patient. Because we are not trying to push for a certain date. We are just steadily building those

Kevin MacLellan - NBCUniversal

From that perspective, marrying content and distribution is what the future looks like. You have to have one foot in each because no one is really quite sure what it's going to look like, or where the consumer is going to take us – because at the end of the day they're in charge. We're putting money back into China and I think that's the key. If you want to be successful in China it's not just about syphoning out funds, it's about hiring people there and maintaining some sort of revenue stream that goes back into

Mike Sneesby

I think you've got to get to that point, the right tipping point, where enough consumers are consuming their television service and are used to switching onto an app rather than switching into a linear stream. Once that consumer behaviour reaches a tipping point then you know the gates swing wide

Phil Spencer

Right now the focus is really on the content that we're building. I know I get some community pushback on our first-party [slate], and what position we're in, and I want to say to people: that same level of commitment you felt from myself and from the team as we've evolved platform over the last three years – as we've evolved service over the last three years, as we've evolved and innovated hardware over the last three years – is going on with our first party. I don't want to go and pre-announce a bunch of things, but we are upping our investment, there's no doubt about

Phil Spencer

We're in a golden age of television right now. The storytelling ability in TV today is really high, and I think it's because of the business model. I hope as an industry we can think about the same. [Subscription services] might spur new story-based games coming to market because there's a new business model to help support their

Phil Spencer

This is directly in line with what I think the next wave of innovation needs to be for us as a development platform. Say there's 10 people in a garage that have an idea for a service-based game – what does it mean for them to build up the infrastructure to go and create that game? How can we help them? And at the other end, are there things we can do to support a developer who has to move on to their next thing but still wants to support the player base of their previous game? Those things are important to

Phil Spencer

I worry about it too. What I worry about is a game that feels to me like it isn't a service-based transactional game, has to inject those things in order to survive in today's world, or injects them as some kind of money grab. I'm worried about the unnatural fit of those things together. Fifa Ultimate Team is crazy successful and people love that. I think the card model there, and the way they've built the creative along with the engagement and monetisation, makes sense to people, and consequently millions and millions of people

Phil Spencer

We've got to understand that if we enjoy those games, the business opportunity has to be there for them. I love story-based games. I just finished [LucasArts-inspired RPG] Thimbleweed Park – I thought it was a fantastic game. Inside was probably my game of last year. As an industry, I want to make sure both narrative-driven single-player games and service-based games have the opportunity to succeed. I think that's critical for

Rich Ross - Evercore ISI

The thinking is that the flag formation flies at half mast, roughly halfway within the

Rita Moreno

I write with my left hand even though I'm right-handed, I walk backwards in a very safe place – anything that engages your

Rita Moreno

People don't like to hear what I have to say, [but] it's bare minimum. I don't do anything except keep my skin clean [with Cetaphil skin cleanser] and moisturized [with Kiehl's Ultra Facial Moisturizer SPF 30] and they want to smack me. They say 'It's not fair!' I really sympathize with them, but I don't have any problems with my

Rita Moreno

I'm so damn lucky to still be here at 85. If I get a hangnail, I don't dare complain! Life is good. I wake up

Patton Oswalt

I'm just very self-conscious. I still have the 22-year-old me in my head, going, This is not Frank Conniff. They brought some sitcom actor in to do the part. I can hear the judgment in my head – 'cause that's what I would do at my age if they had replaced Frank Conniff with me. I'd be angry at

Ray Wang

Partnering is the only way for distribution to get into this market and it's still at best risky, which is why I can understand why (Netflix CEO) Reed Hastings has been very cautious (in) talking about things being immaterial in that

Ray Wang

(T)his is probably going to be immaterial based on other similar deals in the region. The question is what kind of cut does Netflix get. We don't think it's going to be much. This is the largest market in the world ... What they're hoping to do, I think, is to get the Netflix branding and programming into a market legally. They were probably reacting to the fact that (Netflix) was now in one of the largest consumer markets in the

Jeremy Liew - Lightspeed Ventures

If Twitter can own this use case, it may be a complement to the Netflix and Amazon use

Ted Sarandos - Netflix

Adam Sandler and Chris Rock are cornerstones of the Netflix comedy family and we are over the moon about these two legends reuniting to give our members worldwide a healthy dose of the hilarity that they have been creating together for years. Similar in the romantic comedy tone of Sandler's most recent film Sandy Wexler, this film will be the perfect vehicle for Sandler and Rock and their millions of fans around the

Samira Wiley

I think it's our responsibility as artists to be able to reflect the time that we're living in. She's a fictional character that can elicit real change in thought and action from

Reed Hastings - Netflix

Celebrating 100m members the same way I did 1m: a steak alone at Denny's.

Rob Sanderson

Adding over 1.2mn [subscribers] of the 3.2mn guidance for the quarter in the first 21 days suggests a strong

Nathaniel Chalobah

I listen to a little bit of grime, a little bit of everything to be fair. Abra Cadabra is here, I am playing a bit of him at the minute and a bit of Kojo Funds. Those are my recommendations in terms of music, for Netflix, I recommend Designated Survivor. I just started it and the first episode was decent!feedback

Alysoun Wolfe

We need to reach a broader audience, because we want to get the moral lessons

Andrea Logan White

I got to make out with his wife for 'Mercy Streets,'.feedback

Andrea Logan White

They're worried we'll make the audience uncomfortable, like Jesus freaks. I think the climate is different now. I think it eventually will

Reed Hastings - Netflix

Everybody watches TV and nearly everybody has the internet, so I don't see anything that's going to stop Netflix from getting to most people in the United States and then eventually hopefully most people around the world. We have YouTube

Macon Blair

Yeah, it would be rad to get your movie into theaters, but either the movie happens or it doesn't happen. And, if it does happen, not only does it happen, it gets to happen with this huge amount of creative control with the actors you want, and they totally stay out of your

Joe Swanberg

I had a profound moment about a year ago. Suddenly the idea that we booked a room with seats fixed to the floor and set screenings at Tuesday at 6:15 p.m. and expected people to come to this room and pay money and sit down seemed so archaic to me. I had this shocking moment of, Oh my God, this doesn't make

Adam Leon

It's far from a slam dunk. There are no known quantities, it's not a horror movie, it doesn't feature the Rock. There are no TV actresses taking off their clothes. But on VOD, someone will buy

Willa Paskin

Networks have different demands placed on them than cable and streaming services do – they have to hit multiple demographics; their shows do need to be more broad. Netflix is starting to produce the volume of a network, and their shows don't need to please

Reed Hastings - Netflix

You know, think about it, when you watch a show from Netflix and you get addicted to it, you stay up late at night. We're competing with sleep, on the margin. And so, it's a very large pool of time. It's really just the beginning. When you look at YouTube having a billion active users and a billion hours every day. When you look at Facebook's, multi-billion numbers, we see that the internet is just a phenomenal

Robyn Seiferheld

I had never heard of it, so I assumed Zoe hadn't seen it. I asked her when she got home from school, and she said: 'Mom, I'm almost done with the whole series. All my friends watch it, too.' It just goes to show you how much they do behind our backs. Some of it, I'm worried, is glamorizing of suicide, but if Zoe is talking to me about it, it makes me feel

Brenden Urick

We were hate-bingeing the show. I didn't care for it. I yelled at the

Andrea Cerda

This promposal is not causing any harm, just shutup and get over

Andrea Cerda

It's entertainment. It's a trend. It's popular. No one really is going to die. It's a

Daniel Sanchez

I had to. No one really has those things around the house. I didn't anticipate this kind of a reaction. We didn't think of the show as about suicide. We thought of it as entertainment. Then I read an article about how the show didn't do a good job making that clear and that it glorified things. Now I'm thinking about things a little

Selena Gomez

We wanted to do it in a way where it was honest, and we wanted to make something that can, hopefully, help people, because suicide should never, ever be an

Steven Leicester

There is a responsibility for broadcasters to know what they are showing and the impact that certain content can have on an audience - and on a young audience in

Lucy Spraggan

13 Reasons Why is an awful, awful portrayal of mental health and suicide. Gutted young people are being told that's how it is. Suicide and suicidal feelings aren't about other people, they are about you and your

Kristen Douglas - Headspace

We need to talk more about youth suicide, but there's a way of doing that and a way we can raise those concerns and have a range of awareness. But we need to steer clear of really dangerous things like method, or oversimplifying it to one thing like bullying. The content has created a lot of distress in recent weeks. People have disclosed their own distress, and that they're being triggered. It's great that people are talking about being in distress but this is also magnifying those

Selena Gomez

There is absolutely nothing wrong with saying that you need

Steven Frankel

The company is likely to continue to experience quarter-to-quarter volatility, as both the pace of subscriber additions and the path to respectable profitability remains difficult to

Heath Terry - Goldman Sachs Group

With ~20% growth in content spend (est.) this year, a growing distribution ecosystem and expanding addressable base, we believe that Netflix remains on track in building out an unmatched global entertainment platform. Therefore, we remain Buy

Mark May - Citi

The disclosure that Netflix is going to pass the 100mn subscriber count this weekend suggests it is trending ahead of schedule towards its sub guidance for 2Q17. Considering the new seasons of House of Cards and Orange is the New Black are scheduled for release later this quarter as well, we believe guidance could prove

Scott Devitt - Stifel, Nicolaus & Company

Netflix ended 1Q:17 with 98.75mm subscribers and noted it expects to eclipse the 100mm subscriber mark this weekend, giving the company around 40% of its expected quarterly net adds in just three

Michael Pachter - Wedbush Securities

What really did it for Netflix was the explosion of phones and tablets that allowed people to watch video everywhere. But Netflix clearly had a vision before those devices became so

Travis Kalanick - Uber

Then the person who is in first, or the entity that's in first, then rolls out a ride-sharing network that is far cheaper or far higher-quality than Uber's, then Uber is no longer a

Roger McNamee

I personally would not be a buyer here at the highs, because that's not the way I roll, but if you're going to buy something in this space, this is the one you're going to want to

Roger McNamee

The good news though, is that content wins, and there is more of that coming, and frankly, Netflix is driving that. This management team has understood the streaming market better than anyone else on earth...this is a company that really has

Roger McNamee

I think Amazon and Apple, the reason they're so scary, is that they're not trying to make money off of the subscriptions. They have a different business strategy. I think there will definitely be too many channels, and I think the proliferation of distribution points is a gigantic threat to the valuations in the sector. But I do not think it's a threat to consumption…I just think as an equity investor, you want to pick your

Paul Verna - eMarketer

It's becoming an arms race. There's so many more parties that are competing for content and are bidding up the

Paul Verna - eMarketer

The problem that Netflix has compared to other competitors is Netflix doesn't have any other business to leverage

Michael Graham

The company is actually trying to manage down the amount of content that it's licensing from other people. The plan there really is to draw subscribers to the service with content that Netflix builds and produces on its own, and that Netflix owns and doesn't have to pay royalties on. So what that does is it enables margins to expand over

Paul Verna - eMarketer

It wasn't a strong quarter for Netflix in terms of content. I think this is going to increasingly drive numbers. It's fair to think that those competitors are doing better and better. They largely figured out how to do the whole original series binge viewing thing that Netflix pioneered. Others have got very good at

Michael Pachter - Wedbush Securities

We continue to believe that Netflix cash burn is important and is largely overlooked by

Michael Pachter - Wedbush Securities

And the greater fool has this belief that's wrong that they are going to grow [subscribers] forever and one day jack up price and keep the excess price increase. The truth is their content costs will rise as they choose to raise prices. I think that's going to attract more competition, they are never going to make the profits that justify a $145 stock. As "long as investors will pay for subscriber growth and as long as Netflix delivers it, the stock will go

William Power

We have done a survey every year and it suggests looking at the first quarter that penetration in the U.S. held relatively flat. Last year, Making a Murder and House of Cards were huge hits. Look at the first quarter there weren't any huge new hits relative to a year

Arif Prabowo

If we work together, that means we would know and can be responsible for the content broadcast by Netflix. The choices for our customers will be more

Richard Broughton

To some extent, churn in catalogue is always going to happen – it's how services keep their platforms looking fresh – but these are examples in a wider trend of focusing the catalogue on newer and more targeted acquisitions and original

Boyd Hilton

Binge viewing and this idea of cool content, like The OA and Stranger Things, has hit a chord with young people in particular. They are cynical of being told when to watch shows on linear TV. Shows like [teen suicide drama] 13 Reasons Why are very honest and raw and I'm not sure you'd find that on terrestrial TV and old school channels. Netflix has taken the model of [US cable channel] HBO, which revolutionised quality TV drama with shows like The Sopranos, and flown with

Richard Broughton

When Netflix launched it had tonnes of everything but it has been clearing out older titles [in the US]. The average title is now newer, the decline has been in the older category of titles, shows and movies over five years old. Generally, the trend has been for Netflix to be investing more in its international catalogues, increasing their title

Adam Leon

For this movie, I really wanted a kind of classical Hollywood romance in terms of beats and structure but also to do it in a way that felt modern and genuine. Certainly I was thinking of 'It Happened One Night,' and also movies where the characters are thrown together for a compressed amount of time – 'Broadway Danny Rose' and, even though it's not a romance, Midnight

Adam Leon

I was literally crying in the hotel room. I was given so much opportunity by the people I worked with, and now it was going to work for them, and for all the people who invested in

Adam Leon

I did not want the movie to get made via compromises for a production company. I wanted to make a movie that would work for an audience, obviously. But I didn't want to get involved with things like pre-guarantees relative to ceding casting decisions, which are things that many companies will ask for. There were a lot of distributors, including Netflix, who looked at 'Tramps' in script form. And eventually the decision on our end was to get producers on board who would enable me to make it in an uncompromised

Thomas Martin

It's great for everybody to feel good, but if nobody is buying stuff and the companies are reporting disappointing sales and that affects their margins, then you'll be starting to say - wait a

William Power

Our quarterly U.S. subscriber survey suggests potentially weak Q1 U.S. results, though we acknowledge strong international results, which is the bigger current investor focus, may trump U.S. weakness. However, with expectations for a strong overall quarter already high, we'd still be cautious into Q1 results. Though the quarter included several solid new shows, it seemed to lack a strong universal new hit, which may have contributed to the weaker survey

Selena Gomez

I see myself as Hannah so much. I wanted it to feel like anyone can see themselves in this. A book is frightening for me because I know the cult following it has, which is the reason why I didn't want to be in it. Originally, my mom and I found the project because I wanted it to be a transition piece. From that point on, a lot of people wanted to make it something that it wasn't. It can teeter on the line of being a little too preachy. Jay [the book's author] knew that my mom and I would be behind it for years, no matter how long it took to take it to that

Michael Pachter - Wedbush Securities

We continue to believe that Netflix cash burn is important and is largely overlooked by investors. As the cost of content continues to be bid up, we expect Netflix to continue to burn cash to fund its acquisition of original and exclusive

Heath Terry - Goldman Sachs Group

We expect Netflix to report subscriber additions above its original guidance ... driven by a strong content slate, stable pricing, and maturing international markets. While investor expectations have followed NFLX's share price higher, we expect 1Q results will be further confirmation of the long-term scale and profitability of the

Piper Chapman

S–, is this a real riot? This is a real riot. If this a real riot, do you think this is a step forwards or backwards for

Jay Asher

Out of seriousness for the issue, we realized we can't go there. No matter that there were missed opportunities for her. Those opportunities aren't there if you do this. Once I realized that the message of the story would be stronger and that it would definitely be more of a cautionary tale. I felt that was definitely the way to go. I'm curious as well. What happens to Clay? How do people react to what Alex did at the very end? What's going to happen to Mr. Porter? I'd thought of a sequel at some point. I'd brainstormed it, but decided I wasn't going to write it. So I'd love to see

Selena Gomez

It hits a very important part in me, and I think this is what they need to

Katherine Langford

Even though Selena is Selena Gomez and ridiculously busy, Mandy and Selena were always there for us. They sent us emails and checked up on us and made sure we were

Cameron Johnson - Netflix

It's easy to see why. They perceive it as a way to get better suggestions on Netflix, which is something they care about because it helps them find something great to watch really

Peter Toogood

The lead time for infrastructure projects is two years hence so where's this stimulus coming from?feedback

Cameron Johnson - Netflix

This is the promise of internet TV, that you can choose what you want to watch. With the thumbs up and thumbs down, people intuitively understand that they're teaching Netflix what they like and don't like. It's that simple shift in perception that has lead to a huge shift in

Jeremiah Grossman

The real problem is ads are dangerous. They're fully functioning programs and they carry

Jeremiah Grossman

If I don't have lightning-fast internet 24 hours a day, it inhibits my workflow and affects deadlines. I think I'm accidentally relaxing into that kind of 'What can you do?' mentality. There's no good

Rick Schwartz - Jerrick Media

It's a meaty story. The plan is to do it on cable, Amazon, Netflix or somewhere where we can do it

Jason Zinoman

He covers the big (religion, politics, love) and the small (a great joke about soup), the mind-bendingly philosophical as well as the description of the start of an erection. This is a complete bag of tricks, and a veteran showing off his

Neil Genzlinger

We are forced to ask: Was 'Prison Break' always this silly? The show is so full of cryptic clues preposterously delivered that it's hard to take seriously. In any case, the ingredients that fans of the old show are looking for are certainly here. But once the thrill of getting reacquainted wears off, what you're left with is a somewhat muddled, not at all credible

William Power

Our quarterly U.S. subscriber survey suggests potentially weak Q1 U.S. results, though we acknowledge strong international results, which is the bigger current investor focus, may trump U.S. weakness. However, with expectations for a strong overall quarter already high, we'd still be cautious into Q1 results. Although Netflix released far more original programming than the prior year, the lack of a blockbuster hit may have contributed to this quarter's soft survey

Christopher Nolan

They were faced with the choice between surrender and annihilation. The fact that this story ends in neither is why I believe Dunkirk to be one of the greatest stories in human history…It's the ultimate suspense story. It's in our DNA practically. I wanted to put the audience on that beach and in those spitfire planes. This is a story that needs to carry you through this suspenseful situation and make you feel like you're there. The only way to do that is with theatrical

Katherine Ryan

I hate to say it but I think that as a lady, you do have to prove yourself a little bit more. When I started open mic-ing, I worked at the Hooters next door to the comedy club. I didn't want to be a comedian at that time but I just thought stand-up would be fun, like a little exercise. So after my shift ended sometimes I would go next door to the comedy club – still in the uniform but with a hoodie – and get on stage for just five minutes. I was

Katherine Ryan

The most attractive thing is not to be just soft and quiet and pretty decoration. That kind of gets boring quickly. The girls who had the most fun at Hooters and were funny and had the most friends were the ones who had some sense of humor about them – some wit – and who, like, cooperated with other women. All of those things have really helped me in my career

Jackie Evancho

I [performed] because it's always been about the honor and not about the politics. I try my best to stay out of politics. We go to the mall, hang out with our favorite people, play video games, watch Netflix – mostly

Sofia Coppola

I hope people see it in the theater, where it was meant to be seen. There was a lot of sexual tension in the

Donald J. Trump

Roger is a stone-cold loser. He always tries taking credit for things he never did. He loves the game. He has fun with it. And he's very good with

Roger Stone

I was like a jockey looking for a horse. You can't win the race if you don't have a

Jane Fonda

I have an idea for a new business model for Trump: Adult diapers. They could be called Trumpers, to help with all the

Millie Bobby Brown

Hey guys, I've never had to do one of these videos before but I have had to cancel a Comic Con last minute, which is something I've never, ever done and I'm planning on never doing again. I just think I've worked too hard and I have to rest. I had a really long shoot and I'm still filming [season 2 of] Stranger Things. I'm sorry to everyone who was going and I promise you guys I'm going to get back to you. I love you guys, thank you so much for your continued

Neil Genzlinger

Ms. del Castillo isn't given much to do in the opening episodes other than look furtive. Only by the third episode does it begin to demonstrate that it aspires to be something more than just a woman-in-jeopardy

Dave Chappelle

I don't get mad at a photograph because it's not today. They're fair representation of the night they were shot. The thing is, things change so rapidly now. And the way people listen to things changes so rapidly, so maybe I was a little worried, but not enough to not put them

Dave Chappelle

It became a thing where I'd walk onstage and see a sea of cell phones, so I knew that anything I said in the room I was saying to everybody, whether they're in the room or not. Which is not an empowering feeling as a comedian. It's like Fight Club rules apply … Comedians need an element of surprise. So if someone sees a joke that I'm doing before I get to their city, then I gotta do all new jokes, and I can't write fast

Dave Chappelle

I don't understand the philosophy behind the 'flat Earth' theory. First of all, what difference does it make? It could be flat, could not be flat. There could be 12 continents. How would you know?feedback

Dave Chappelle

Huh? Sorry about that officer, I'm a little flustered. I've never been in a position before where I can decide the fate of white

Lesley Arfin

What does it look like when there is no romance anymore and we're on the couch in our sweats? Because I didn't know. I was figuring out how people got together and stayed

Dave Chappelle

The justice system designed for [Avery] to thrive, he's failed miserably twice. I can't even wrap my mind around

Kevin Westcott - Deloitte

We've really not seen much in the way of cord cutting. There is some, but consumers who do have these bundled services – internet access is now like any other utility. If they have bundled service, they're much less likely to cut the

Selena Gomez

We were all so nervous. I think Netflix bought it because they could see how passionate we were about

Todd Yellin - Netflix

Five stars feels very yesterday. What's more powerful: You telling me you would give five stars to the documentary about unrest in the Ukraine; that you'd give three stars to the latest Adam Sandler movie; or that you'd watch the Adam Sandler movie 10 times more frequently. What you do versus what you say you like are different

Dave Chappelle

I'm from a different time. For your generation, the space shuttle blows up every