Netflix flexes its streaming muscle in a brand new trailer that reveals off some of the 70+ motion pictures it has on the best way in 2021. Please binge responsibly.
Netflix is debuting over 70 new unique motion pictures in 2021, many of them filled with stars like Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, the Rock, Melissa McCarthy, Ryan Reynolds, and lots of extra. If you’re HBO Max, you’ve gotta be feeling slightly put out proper now.
The world’s largest streaming service is promising at the least one new film each week of the 12 months, and confirmed off a bunch in a brand new trailer. Yes, the canned quips from the celebrities sound even dorkier when filmed safely from dwelling (“Halle Berry owes me a Coke”), however the message comes via: Netflix is right here to crush everybody.
Check out the trailer under:
There’s lotsa motion pictures on the best way, however listed below are some of the larger ones:
Don’t Look Up
Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence play astronauts attempting to persuade the world to take the menace of a comet heading for Earth significantly. This is from The Big Short director Adam McKay, so anticipate a lot in the best way of satire.
The supporting solid is insane and consists of Jonah Hill, Tyler Perry, Timothee Chalamet, Cate Blanchett and Meryl Streep.
The Rock is an FBI profiler whereas Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot are criminals on this motion flick.
Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer give themselves superpowers to allow them to combat a supervillain menace.
Army of the Dead
The useless have taken over Vegas. Dave Bautista leads the solid of director Zack Snyder’s new zombie outing.
This is tailored from R.L. Stine’s bestselling horror sequence of the identical identify, and feels like it’ll try to attach a bunch of the tales.
Is a 2021 TV preview forthcoming?
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