It’s no secret that most people love to watch films on Netflix.
The streaming giant is also responsible for the popularity of some of the most beloved series on television.
And that means it’s no surprise that the streaming giant would also be in the business of developing and releasing movies.
Netflix has been developing a film and television universe for more than a decade now.
The company is reportedly developing and producing new films for the next year, and recently announced it was partnering with Lionsgate to bring a TV series to life.
The project, which is titled “Divergence,” is a drama that follows the journey of a young man whose journey begins to unravel when he learns the secrets of a secretive corporation known as the Amvets.
The movie is currently in preproduction and is expected to debut sometime this year.
We recently spoke to “Diversion” director Rob Tapert about the project and what it’s like to be working with the streaming service.
“Diving into the waters of Hollywood is never easy,” Tapert told Entertainment Weekly.
“We are working with Lions Gate to bring this incredible story to life, but it is an incredible adventure for us.
We are on the same page, and the film is a perfect marriage of the story and the story telling.
We will be working closely with LionsGate to ensure we deliver the most immersive cinematic experience possible.”
“Dive Into the Waters of Hollywood” is based on a novel by Rob Tapet, a screenwriter best known for writing the screenplays for “The Bourne Legacy” and “The Hunger Games.”
According to Tapert, “Dives into the Waters” will be “an ambitious and beautiful project.”
The film is being directed by the writer of the novel, who also penned “Drowning,” the feature film that won the Oscar for best picture.
“It is our mission to capture the essence of what this story represents and how it was told,” Tapet told EW.
“The film will be a story of survival, but also a story about redemption and self-discovery, and we will be exploring this in ways that resonate with audiences across generations.”
Tapert is currently working on the adaptation of the best-selling novel “D Divergent” by J.K. Rowling.
According to the “Dived Into the waters” team, the film will take place after the events of the first novel.
“With ‘D Divergence,’ we’re really focusing on the people who survive,” Tapett said.
“And there will be an epic fight that takes place in the ocean, where the Amveds fight back against a tyrannical corporation known only as the Jove.
But, there will also be an emotional journey that is just as important.
We’re excited about the way that the film unfolds.”
“We’re excited to explore this fascinating story with a new director,” Tapets said.
The film will star Josh Gad and Lucy Davis, who recently won the Screen Actors Guild Award for best supporting actress for her performance as Elizabeth in the “The Secret Life of Pets.”
“It’s an exciting time for the Amves and the world at large,” Tapest told EW in May.
“Amercia’s been working to destroy their creations for centuries.
Now, the Amvers are being forced to work together, one on one, to survive.”
The Amvet corporation is one of the biggest corporations on Earth, but many Amves are loyal to the Amvids and have fought alongside the Amvet empire to save the world.
Gad and Davis will play the Amvin brothers, who are tasked with protecting the AmVids and the Amove people from the threat of an unknown threat.
The duo will also have to face their fears in the water, as they discover the secrets behind the Amvier’s past and the secret identity of the Amverian leader known only by his initials: V.A. “They’re all the heroes that we all know,” Taperet told EW of the two actors.
“Each of them is unique and has their own unique story, but they all have the same goal: the Amvellians must survive and the V.a. must rise up to protect the Amventians.”
“A Divergent,” which has been described as a “dark, powerful and heart-pounding thriller,” will also feature “Dagny Taggart,” who will be played by Jennifer Lawrence, who is currently filming her upcoming film “Prisoners.”
“The Amves are going to be very hard to take down,” Tapeth said.
We’ve previously seen “Diverse Woman,” the upcoming adaptation of “Dieterich,” a novel written by “D.L. Hughley” that will be directed by Jena Malone and written by Michelle MacLaren.
The story follows a young woman who is separated from her father and adopted by her mother after she dies of an accident.
She is then taken in by