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  • Netflix is using a viral meme as a film premise
  • Netflix is using a viral meme as a film premise
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Netflix is using a viral meme as a film premise

Netflix has decided to use the internet’s musings about a viral photo of Rihanna and Lupita Nyong’o as the premise for a film. With the meme community able to will content into existence, major players in the film industry are taking requests from the masses.

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