This year again, Netflix has attracted many stars in its nets! From Ryan Gosling to Jennifer Lopez via Omar Sy and Ryan Reynolds, discover all the actors who have signed to play in films from the famous platform in 2022.
A few days ago, Netflix unveiled a stunning trailer unveiling its line-up of feature films for the current year. The opportunity to discover the first images of highly anticipated productions such as Knives Out 2, Adam Through Time or The Gray Man.
Zoom on the 28 films present in this meta trailer (listed in alphabetical order by title), all carried by familiar faces of the public!
Daniel Craig in Knives Out 2
In the sequel to Rian Johnson’s Knives Out, detective Benoît Blanc (Daniel Craig) travels to Greece to try to solve a criminal enigma and encounters a gallery of colorful suspects.
Ryan Reynolds and Mark Ruffalo in Adam Through Time (March 11)
A pilot embarks on a journey through time alongside the child he was and his missing father in order to heal the wounds of the past, while saving the future.
Marlon Wayans in Boo!
When a teenage girl unwittingly awakens an ancient prankster spirit on Halloween, the festive decorations come to life and wreak havoc. She now has no choice but to team up with her disbelieving father (Marlon Wayans), the last person she would have thought of teaming up with.
Joo Won in Carter
Agent Carter, who suffers from amnesia, is sent on a high-risk mission where he faces inexplicable puzzles. Orchestrated by acclaimed action filmmaker Jung Byung-gil and starring Joo Won, Carter leaves viewers no respite.
Jamie Foxx in Day Shift
Jamie Foxx portrays a family man from a modest background who, by the sweat of his brow, is only trying to offer a decent life to his lively daughter. But his dull job as a pool cleaner in the San Fernando Valley area is just a cover: to make a living, he’s actually a vampire killer and is part of the International Union. vampire hunters.
Aislinn Derbez in Don’t Blame Karma!
A frustrated fashion designer, Sara considers that she owes her bad luck to bad karma. Following a twist of fate, she must face her sister Lucy who is lucky. A series of events and reunions will push Sara to make a radical decision.
Queen Latifah in End of the Road
After losing her job, Brenda, recently widowed, drives across the United States with her family to start anew. In the middle of the New Mexico desert, cut off from the world, they must learn to defend themselves when they are targeted by a mysterious killer.
Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill in Enola Holmes 2
Now a private detective like her famous brother, Enola Holmes accepts her first case: she must find a girl who has disappeared, while a dangerous plot uncovers a mystery that will require the help of her friends – and Sherlock Holmes himself. – to be resolved. Based on Nancy Springer’s literary series.
Lindsey Lohan in Falling for Christmas
Recently engaged, the heiress of a hotel, too spoiled by existence, is the victim of a skiing accident. Totally amnesic, she finds herself in the care of a modest and charming hotelier and his precocious daughter a few days before Christmas.
Jessica Chastain and Eddie Redmayne in The Good Nurse
Suspecting her colleague of being responsible for the mysterious deaths of several patients, a nurse risks her life to find out the truth. A captivating thriller based on real events.
Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans in The Gray Man
When the CIA’s most fearsome mercenary, whose identity no one knows, discovers by chance that the agency is hiding terrible secrets, a former psychopathic colleague puts a price on his head. Then begins a manhunt across the planet led by contract killers of all nationalities. From the literary series: The Gray Man by Mark Greaney.
Adam Sandler in Top of the Basket
After spotting an extraordinary but unstable basketball player overseas, a losing scout (Adam Sandler) decides to bring him to the United States without consulting the team. Against all odds, he will have the opportunity to prove that his rookie has the makings of an NBA player.
Omar Sy and Laurent Lafitte in Far from the ring road
Ousmane Diakité (Omar Sy) and François Monge (Laurent Lafitte) are two cops that everything opposes – the style, the origins, the course. A long time ago they were partners, but later life separated them. This improbable duo comes together for a new investigation that takes them to the heart of the Alps. And what looked like a simple deal turns out to be an explosive criminal record, punctuated with dangers and unexpected humor.
Mila Kunis in Luckiest Girl Alive
Ani FaNelli, a particularly caustic New Yorker, seems to have a dream life: an envied job in a magazine, a wardrobe to make anyone green with envy and a magnificent wedding in Nantucket which is announced. Until the day when the director of a documentary offers her to deliver his version of a terrible incident that happened when she was a teenager at the prestigious Brentley School. Ani has no choice but to face a dark secret that threatens to destroy her perfectly regulated life. Based on the book Luckiest Girl Alive by Jessica Knoll.
Tyler Perry in Madea: Comeback with a bang (February 25)
As Madea prepares to welcome her family to celebrate her great-grandson’s graduation, the joyous reunion may be spoiled by the revelation of long-buried secrets.
Mark Wahlberg and Kevin Hart in Me Time
With his wife and children away, a stay-at-home dad finds himself with time to himself for the first time in years. He takes the opportunity to reconnect with his former best friend during a crazy weekend that risks turning his life upside down.
Jennifer Lopez in The Mother
A fearsome hitman (Jennifer Lopez) emerges from her lair to protect the daughter she abandoned years ago, while trying to escape the killers who are on her trail.
Halle Berry in The Mothership
A year after her husband’s mysterious disappearance from their farm, Sara Morse (Halle Berry) discovers a strange alien object under the house. With her children (Jaiden J. Smith, Quinn McPherson), she then sets out to find her husband and, above all, the truth.
Charlize Theron and Kerry Washington in The School of Good and Evil
Projected into a fairy tale universe, Sophie and Agatha, until then friends for life, now face each other by integrating a magical school where young heroes and villains are trained to protect the balance between good and evil. Based on Soman Chainani’s bestsellers.
Jason Momoa in Slumberland
A young girl discovers a secret map of the dream world of Slumberland. With the help of an eccentric outlaw, she navigates dreams and flees nightmares, hoping to see her sadly deceased father again.
Chris Hemsworth in Spiderhead
In the near future, two young inmates must come to terms with their past in a facility run by a brilliant and visionary man. Indeed, he conducts experiments on prisoners by administering drugs that act on emotions. Adapted from the New Yorker article “Escape From Spiderhead” by George Saunders.
Ava Michelle in Tall Girl 2 (February 11)
After her galvanizing speech at prom, Jodi (Ava Michelle) no longer thinks of herself as the “big rod” – she’s liked, she’s confident, she has a boyfriend and she just landed the lead role in high school musical.
But her newfound popularity comes with growing pressure that begins to make her doubt herself. And as she finds new friends, her older relationships are put to the test. The world she’s built threatens to crumble, and Jodi realizes that coming to terms with her size was just the beginning.
John Boyega and Jamie Foxx in They Cloned Tyrone
A series of disturbing events pushes an unlikely trio (Boyega, foxx and Teyonah Parris) as they try to stop a terrible state conspiracy in this wacky action-comedy.
Anthony Mackie and David Harbor in We Have a Ghost
When Kevin discovers Ernest, a ghost, in his new home, his family immediately becomes the main topic of social media. But when Kevin and Ernest break the law to investigate the ghost’s mysterious past, they become targets for the CIA. Based on the short story Ernest by Geoff Manaugh.
You People with Jonah Hill
In this comedy by Keyna Barris, a young couple find themselves confronted with the clash of cultures and the conflict between generations… while seeking to have peaceful relations with their respective families.
Also: The Sea Monster by Chris Williams
In an age when terrifying creatures roamed the seas, monster hunters were considered true heroes – starting with the great Jacob Holland. But when young Maisie Brumble stows aboard his famous ship, he must team up with an unexpected ally. Together, they embark on an extraordinary adventure, sail uncharted seas and upset the course of history.
Directed by Oscar-winning filmmaker Chris Williams (Vaiana, legend at the end of the world, Big Hero Six, Volt, star in spite of himself), The Monster of the Seas takes us to the edge of the known world – where true adventurers venture.
Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro
Oscar-winning filmmaker Guillermo del Toro reinvents the mythical story, invented by Carlo Collodi, of the wooden puppet that comes to life as if by magic to comfort Gepetto, a grieving old carpenter. This stop-motion musical animated film, directed by Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson, retraces the adventures of the mischievous and disobedient Pinocchio who seeks his place in the world.
Wendell & Wild by Henry Selick and Jordan Peele
Henry Selick and Jordan Peele, authors with a joyfully wacky spirit, sign the animated film Wendell & Wild. Two equally cunning demon brothers, Wendell (Keegan-Michael Key) and Wild (Peele), ask 13-year-old Kat Elliot, suffering from a strong sense of guilt, to help them join the Land of the Living.
But what Kat demands in return leads the characters on an adventure that is both funny and crazy. Made entirely in stop-motion, Wendell & Wild is a strange tale that pushes the line between life and death.