The most controversial movie of this year will likely be The Divergent Movie, a film that is set to hit Netflix on October 16, 2019.
In the film, the titular characters of a fictional dystopian future struggle against a villainous corporation known as the Diversion Corp, which controls a vast array of futuristic weaponry.
It will be Netflix’s first major theatrical release in 2020.
The movie was initially set to be released as an exclusive theatrical release, but it has since been made available to all Netflix subscribers worldwide.
The Divergents original story follows the lives of a group of young people who wake up in a new world after a dystopian war and find themselves caught in a battle between the Divergent Corporation and a group called the Divergent, a group that has a darker agenda.
The film has been met with mixed reactions from critics and fans.
“It’s been the biggest hit ever for Netflix and the first movie I’ve watched,” said one fan on Reddit.
“The Diversions story was brilliant and the movie is good but there’s no reason to watch it if you’re not a fan of the Divergences characters.”
While it is true that the movie’s reception has been mixed, the film has a lot of potential to be a hit.
Netflix has also announced a number of titles that will be released in the coming months, including the live-action series The Defenders, which premieres in the United States on March 20.
Netflix is currently in negotiations to release all of the first season of The Punisher, the Daredevil series, and Daredevil: Season 2.
The Netflix streaming service also recently released the first seasons of The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Black-ish, and The Defenders.
Netflix also has a number upcoming live-event titles that are currently in production, including American Horror Story: Asylum, The Last Man on Earth, American Horror Park, and Superstore.