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Netflix's first original feature film will debut on October 16th

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If you've been looking forward to the day when you can watch Adam Sandler offend the Native American population from the comfort of your own home, pay attention: Netflix just announced release dates for its first four original feature films. You'll be able to watch Sandler's controversial contribution, The Ridiculous Six, on December 11th, exclusively on Netflix.

Not a Happy Madison fan? Don't worry: Netflix is actually kicking off its film line up two months earlier with Beasts of No Nation, on October 16th--a war drama about a child soldier caught up in an African civil war. That film is slated for a simultaneous theater release, despite threats from major theater chains to boycott Netflix films. Fans looking for something less cerebral will have to wait until March 2016, when Pee-Wee's Big Holiday hits the streaming service.

Not all of the films have a hard release date. Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend is still only listed for release sometime in the first quarter of 2016--but when it does arrive, it'll launch alongside an IMAX release and theatrical screenings in China.

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