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Billy V: Netflix sharing, Emoji movie, Boy Band Zombie movie

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According to a new survey it's more likely than not that you're sharing your Netflix account with a friend or relative, or are using someone else's account. But the 60% of surveyed users who said they do share their account don't seem to matter to Netflix - last week the streaming giant announced that it had reached 65.6 million subscribers worldwide. More than 42 million of those viewers are in the U.S., meaning that there's more than one Netflix subscription for every three households in the country.

After a heated bidding war, Sony Pictures Animation has been given the thumbs up emoji to produce a movie about emojis. No word on the plot or a release date

They spent the '90s making their teenage fans scream, and now members of two of the biggest boy bands of that era, Backstreet Boys and 'NSync, are planning to make a whole new generation scream, by starring in a horror film together. Backstreet Boy Nick Carter says it's "a zombie Western futuristic horror movie." Dead 7 will star a variety of pop singers. A studio called Asylum is making the film - you may not know the company but you know it's work: the Sharknado series.

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