The Wall Street Journal: Netflix buys Scanline, the special-effects company behind ‘Stranger Things’

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Netflix Inc. said it is acquiring the special-effects company Scanline VFX, a Canada-based firm that has worked on several shows for the streamer, including “Stranger Things” and “Blood Red Sky.”

In a blog post announcing the purchase, Amy Reinhard, Netflix’s vice president of studio operations, said the company would invest in Scanline’s infrastructure and workforce — particularly in virtual production — to “push the boundaries of what is visibly possible.”

This article was originally published by Marketwatch.com. Read the original article here.

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