Netflix’s 2021 Film Slate

On Tuesday, Netflix announced its 2021 film slate.  This follows similar actions by streaming services such as Disney+ and HBO Max, who came out with similar announcements of their own.  Netflix, however, is the largest of these streaming services, with 195 million subscribers across the globe.  As such, it has unveiled that it will hold around 70 movies in its 2021 film slate.

Netflix made this announcement through the form of a trailer.  This trailer included a variety of stars from movies available on the Netflix platform. They share their love for movies and preview some of the ones that will be available on the site.  The trailer can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L9t86v_JMG0&feature=youtu.be 

This wide list of content is to be rolled out over the next 12 months, and it makes good on Netflix’s promise of new movies every week in 2021. 

The full list of releases is below: 

ACTION

Army of the Dead

Awake

Kate

Outside the Wire (January 15)

Red Notice

Sweet Girl

HORROR

Fear Street Trilogy

No One Gets Out Alive

There’s Someone Inside Your House

Things Heard and Seen

THRILLER

Blood Red Sky

Beckett

Escape from Spiderhead

Intrusion

Munich

O2

Night Teeth

The Swarm

The Woman in the Window

SCI-FI

Stowaway

ROMANCE

A Castle For Christmas

Fuimos Canciones

Kissing Booth 3

Love Hard

The Last Letter from Your Lover

The Princess Switch 3

To All The Boys: Always and Forever

Untitled Alicia Keys Rom-Com

DRAMA

Beauty

Blonde

Bombay Rose

Bruised

Concrete Cowboy

Fever Dream

Malcolm & Marie (February 5)

Monster

Penguin Bloom (January 27)

Pieces of Woman (January 7)

The Dig (January 29)

The Guilty

The Hand of God

The Power of the Dog

The Starling

The White Tiger (January 22)

Unt. Alexandre Moratto Film

Unt. Graham King

WESTERN

The Harder They Fall

COMEDY

8 Rue de l’Humanité

Afterlife of the Party

Bad Trip

Don’t Look Up

Double Dad

I Care A Lot (February 19)

Moxie (March 3)

The Last Mercenary

Thunder Force

FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

A Boy Called Christmas

A Winter’s Tale from Shaun the Sheep

Back to the Outback

Finding ‘Ohana (January 29)

Loud HouseNightbooks

Robin Robin

Skater Girl

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans

Wish Dragon

YES DAY (March 12)

MUSICAL

A Week Away

tick, tick…BOOM

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