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Netflix will premiere a new movie every week of 2021

13 Jan 2021 | Rasmus Larsen |

While movie theaters remain shut in many parts of the world, Netflix has announced that it will premiere a new movie every single week of 2021.

70 movies in 2021

Red Notice starring Gal Gadot, 'The Rock', and Ryan Reynolds, Don’t Look Up starring Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio, The Harder They Fall starring Idris Elba and Regina King as well as Zack Snyder's Army of the Dead are just some of the new Netflix movies planned for 2021. The streaming giant will premiere at least one new movie every week. 70 titles have been confirmed. - "Here's a reason to get excited about 2021: Netflix has a new movie coming out every single week! This is just a sneak peak of the full list, which ranges from superheroes, to westerns, thrillers, rom-coms, action, comedy, and sometimes all of those things combined — and always with the world's biggest and best stars, directors, and fresh faces. Get hyped, people, because this year is gonna be a big one," said Netflix. On top of that, subscribers will get new TV series, documentaries etc. Netflix is expected to spend $19 billion dollars on content in 2021 alone, according to one estimate by Bankr. That is up from approximately $9 billion in 2017. Disney+ recently announced its plans for 2021 and beyond, saying that it is planning to invest $8-9 billion annually by 2024. Warner will premiere all 2021 movies simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max. Apple is also investing billions of dollars in its TV+ service, according to estimates. However, none of them are investing in new streaming content as aggressively as Netflix. There is a full list of confirmed titles below together with Netflix's sizzle reel for 2021.

Netflix: List of planned 2021 films

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 Family A Boy Called Christmas A Winter’s Tale from Shaun the Sheep Back to the Outback Finding ‘Ohana (January 29) Loud House Nightbooks 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
- Source: Netflix via Variety

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