Netflix just announced a lot of new films. Here's what you need to know.
Netflix is bringing new movies to its subscribers every single week in 2021.
Here are the 27 movies Netflix revealed in a new trailer announcing its ambitious release schedule.
The FBI and two top criminals clash in this thriller starring Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, and Dwayne Johnson.
Netflix dips into the Western genre again for this tale of revenge starring Idris Elba and Jonathan Majors.
A scientist creates a method to give anyone superpowers, then uses it on her and her best friend. Now it’s up to them to save the world.
Halle Berry directs and stars in a drama following an MMA fighter as she strives to gain custody of her son while juggling her career.
Lin Manuel Miranda directs the film adaptation of RENT creator Jonathan Larson’s little-known autobiographical musical.
Teen heroine Elle is off to college in the final chapter of the feel-good romantic Kissing Booth trilogy.
Also coming to an end is Lara Jean’s tale of a fake relationship turned real, as a pair of trips make her reconsider everything in her life.
Amy Adams stars in this psychological thriller based on A.J. Finn’s best-selling novel of the same name. Think Gone Girl meets Rear Window.
Based on a short story featured in The New Yorker, this thriller follows two inmates as they agree to take part in a risky drug test to shorten their sentences.
Jennifer Garner stars in this family comedy following two parents as they decide to say “yes” to everything their kids ask for for one day.
Aquaman himself, Jason Momoa, stars in this revenge thriller as he seeks retribution for his wife’s death and protects his daughter.
In the ultimate clash of two thrilling genres, Dave Bautista stars in this zombie heist movie directed by Zack Snyder.
In the future, a drone pilot and an android officer have to collaborate to reach a doomsday device before it falls into the wrong hands.
Eric Andre stars in this Jackass-style hidden camera comedy following a bunch of famous faces as they travel the country pulling off pranks.
In this French survival thriller, a woman wakes up in a medical cryo unit and must find a way out before she runs out of oxygen.
Jean Claude Van Damme plays a former Secret Service agent who must clear his son’s name of arms and drug trafficking after a misunderstanding.
Genre cinema icon Mary Elizabeth Winstead stars as a criminal mastermind who is irreversibly poisoned, giving her only 24 hours to get revenge on her enemies.
Based on R.L. Stine’s hit horror series, this film trilogy follows a group of teenagers as they embark on a terrifying journey encompassing centuries.
A classic taxi driver movie — a chauffeur picks up two young women for a night of party-hopping, but soon finds himself pulled into a seedy underworld and fighting to stay alive.
Zendaya and John David Washington lead this two-person powerhouse dissecting romance and the future of film as we know it.
Jennifer Hudson stars in this legal drama following a 17-year-old film student from Harlem when he is accused of felony murder.
Directed by Amy Poehler, this coming-of-age film follows a shy 16-year-old girl as she takes inspiration from her rebellious mother in the most '90s way — publishing a zine.
This epic Indian dark comedy follows a servant as he realizes just how corrupt the system is and then manipulates it to his advantage.
A Brazilian take on a family movie, this comedy follows an 18-year-old raised on a commune who seizes an opportunity to find her father, but ends up with two.
A group of deadly Australian creature stage an escape from their zoo to the Outback in this star-studded animated family movie.
A gifted Black singer must fight to keep her identity alive as she conflicts with those around her on her journey to stardom.
Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio star as two astronomers forced on a media tour to let all of Earth know a deadly comet is on its way.
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