Netflix Admits Michael Bay’s $150M ‘6 Underground’ Was a Miss: ‘We Didn’t Get There Creatively’

Netflix Admits Michael Bay’s $150M ‘6 Underground’ Was a Miss: ‘We Didn’t Get There Creatively’
Netflix has made its franchise intentions quite clear over the last year, from spending over $400 million for the rights to Rian Johnson’s two “Knives Out” sequels to spending $200 million on the Russo Brothers’ franchise-starting “The Gray Man.” There’s also the franchise expansion currently taking place with Zack Snyder’s “Army of the Dead,” plus sequels in development to top Netflix hits “Extraction,” “Enola Holmes,” and “The Old Guard.” Even “Spencer Confidential” director Peter Berg has assured subscribers that a sequel is “definitely” happening.

All of the released films mentioned above rank within the top 10 of the biggest Netflix original film debuts of all time. “Extraction” tops the list with 99 million household views over its first month of release (it’s important to note that Netflix counts two minutes of viewing as a household view). One movie in the Netflix top 10 that is not getting a sequel is Michael Bay
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