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Netflix Is Bringing Brad Pitt Into Your Bedroom

'War Machine' will debut on the streaming service.

Soon, you'll be able to have Brad Pitt in your bedroom with the click of a button.

The remote button, that is. And it'll only be in your bedroom if that's where your Netflix-connected TV is.

Netflix has brokered a deal in the $30 million range for rights to distribute "War Machine," Brad Pitt's next movie, according to a press release from the online service.

The leading streaming service is officially a producer on the movie alongside Plan B, Pitt's production company. The movie, due out in 2016 on Netflix and select theaters, is described in a press release as a "provocative satirical comedy." David Michôd directs.

The movie is based on the late journalist Michael Hastings' book, "The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America’s War in Afghanistan," following a general who's determined to win an "impossible war."

Netflix Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos voiced his excitement in the release.

“'War Machine' is a rip-roaring, behind-the-facade tale of modern war decision-makers, from the corridors of power to the distant regions of America’s ambitions," he said. “Brad and David are a perfect team to make this timely, compelling and entertaining film.”

"War Machine" is due out in 2016.