Black History: Will Smiths New Film Becomes Netflixs First Movie Franchise

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Will Smith has already made history with his new movie Bright, hours before its release date.

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A sequel has reportedly been ordered for the fantasy crime thriller, making it the first ever movie franchise for a streaming only film. Bright tells the story of a Los Angeles Police Department officer (Smith) partnered with an Orc deputy (Joel Edgerton) in a world of both human and mythical creatures. The premise: secure a powerful magic wand that will ultimately alter the future and their world as they know it.

Watch the trailer below.

Bright drops on Netflix, Friday, December 22.

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