From Army of the Dead to Kissing Booth 3 via Don’t Look Up and Red Notice, Netflix video teases the new original films to be discovered on the platform throughout 2021.
The schedule promises to be busy for Netflix in 2021 when it comes to original films, according to the explosive trailer of its line-up for this year. The platform has unveiled new images of future feature films that will be offered in the coming months. We thus discover the suites of flagship franchises, such as Kissing Booth 3 and To All the Boys: Forever and Forever, but also the first films, notably Bruised d’Halle Berry and Tick, Tick… Boom! by Lin-Manuel Miranda.
In 2021, Netflix will feature feature films of all kinds: the family comedy Yes Day with Jennifer Garner, the western The Harder They Fall with Idris Elba, Regina King and Lakeith Stanfield, the Thunder Force superhero movie with Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer, the thriller Woman in the Window starring Amy Adams originally slated for theatrical release, Spiderhead action films starring Chris Hemsworth and Sweet Girl starring Jason Momoa, and the sci-fi film Hostile Zone starring Anthony Mackie .
In addition, prestigious and highly anticipated films on Netflix are scheduled for 2021: the return of Zack Snyder with Army of the Dead, Malcom & Marie by Sam Levinson, shot during confinement with Zendaya and John David Washington, Red Notice with Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson, but also Adam McKay’s Don’t Look Up with Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep, among others.
The rest of the program: Bad Trip, O2, The Last Mercenary, Kate, Fear Street, Night Teeth, Le Tigre Blanc, Monster, Moxie, Papa, c’est toi?, Back to the Outback and Beauty. Several actors have lent in the game and showcased their films in this video in which Netflix promises a new original film every week all year round.