Over 11 million people watched Netflix's latest film, Bright, during the first three days it was available, according to viewing figures released by the streaming service.

For comparison, Stranger Things 2 got 14.8 million views in the same time period, while other equally anticipated releases like The Crown, only enjoyed  3 million views.

Starring Will Smith, the action/crime fantasy film depicts the complicated race relations between people and orcs and includes a hyped soundtrack with music from A$AP Rocky, Lil Uzi Vert, Future, Ty Dolla $ign, Migos, Meek Mill, YG, Steve Aoki, DRAM and more.

However, not everyone is a fan. Chance, The Rapper said the film was "shallow" and called out its use of “allegorical racism” on Twitter yesterday.

If you haven't watched Bright yet, check out its final trailer below.

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