It’s been a busy year for Netflix, with the arrival of “The Defenders” and the “Luke Cage” sequel.
Now it has a second big movie in the works, “Chess Uprising,” which opens on May 6.
Here’s everything you need to know about the movie.
It’s coming to Netflix in May, but you’ll have to wait until July to watch it, as it’ll be in theatres for a limited time.
Netflix is also offering two additional months of the film, which means you’ll be able to see it in theaters for the first time this July if you’re a Netflix member.
The first film was released in theaters in February and was well received.
Netflix said the second will be released later this summer.
The plot of “Check Uprising” focuses on the chess grandmaster who was killed in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics, and the way that the chess world reacts to the death of his predecessor.
The storyline will focus on the events leading up to the Sochi Olympics and the fallout from that.
The film is also set in the year 2017.
The movie will be about a man named “Blacky” who has just become a grandmaster and is tasked with rebuilding his legacy and trying to keep the world together after losing his predecessor and his country in the Sochi Winter Games.
“Checks” director Michael Lagerlund is set to return for the sequel.
This movie is a bit more grounded than the first movie, which featured an army of robots fighting each other.
In the new movie, the robots are all human, but they also have a human side to them.
In fact, they all have personalities.
For example, the chess robot “Boris” has a brother named “Crazy Boris.”
“The robot who plays chess, he’s a little bit of a caricature of Boris,” Lagerland told reporters.
“And he’s played by a really nice guy.
So we’ve gone a little more in that direction.”
This film is a continuation of the “Cheetah” movie, a 2014 thriller about a chess grandpa who falls in love with a woman, and ends up living with her for 10 years.
In “Cheechah,” Lagersons son, Mark, played by Matt Damon, was killed while playing chess.
The grandpa had been living with his girlfriend, Laura, when they were killed.
Lagerstedns son, Sean, played a chess prodigy who was also killed in “Cheetzah.”
The chess world has been shocked by the death and disappearance of chess grandmasters in recent years.
Chess world leader Fabiano Caruana told reporters he thinks the death could be related to the recent U.S. election.
The death of chess great Anatoly Karpov was also connected to the 2016 U.N. vote on Brexit.
In his new film, Lagerholm plays Karpovsky, who played for a Russian federation that banned chess, after he retired from the U.K. Chess federation and was not allowed to play again.
The story is set in a chess club in London where chess masters are invited to compete.
“This is a very real situation,” Lagan wrote on Twitter.
“My hope is that chess lovers can now see this story for what it is and appreciate that the grandmasters were able to live a dignified and normal life after they were removed from the world stage.”
In an interview with CNN, Lagerslund spoke about the importance of the U,S.
and Canada joining together to protect chess players in the world.
“We have to get together as a group of people that are going to make the chess better and we’re going to do it,” Largstlund said.
“So we’re all going to have to work together, because that’s what chess is all about.”
“The Chess Uprising: A World of Chess” was directed by Michael Lagerslands son, who plays a chess professional.
“I’m a big fan of ‘Cheechy’ and ‘The Lego Movie,'” he said.
The sequel is also a sequel to “The Champions,” a 2015 film starring Matt Damon.
Lagerslangs son played a high school chess champion in “The Masters” in 2015.
“One Piece” director Hiroaki Yamanaka recently wrote a column about the art of chess and how it relates to the human condition.
Yamanak wrote that the art is about showing the beauty in the human form.
He also wrote that chess, as an art form, is a way to teach us humility.
“If you’re good at chess, you can’t hide from your own flaws, or you’ll always be judged,” Yamanakin wrote.
“It’s the same as a painter or sculptor.
You can’t paint what you don’t