Once known for solely sending customers DVDs in the mail, Netflix over the past few years has quickly and impressively transitioned into a formidable media powerhouse. With a growing stable of exclusive content, Netflix isn’t afraid to take out its wallet and spend bucks on content it thinks will help grow its subscriber base even further.
Most recently, Netflix forked over an incredible amount of money to secure the exclusive rights to Brad Pitt’s upcoming movie War Machine, a film that will have Pitt take on the role of General Stanley A. McChrystal in what will reportedly be more of a comedy than a dramatic feature. For those unfamiliar, McChrystal resigned from the U.S. Army in 2010 after making unflattering remarks about Vice President Joe Biden in a Rolling Stone article.
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