During the coronavirus pandemic, streaming service providers were particularly appreciated, as only these were the films that people could watch after the cinema closures. And the streaming war escalated as a result, with Netflix and others signing some exclusive agreements to lure viewers into staying home with more content. Netflix came up with a particularly grandiose plan to add at least one new film a week to the service’s offerings earlier this year. Its operators kept the promise and the schedule, so in the first half of 2021, up to the present day, we received well and less well-done films, such as The Street of Fear trilogy pieces, Vaják: The Wolf’s Nightmare, John David Washington’s Beckett or Jason Momoás’s Sweet Girl. And the line continues with no less massive line-up for the rest of the year!
Netflix shared on Twitter its chunky early autumn and early winter, or December, 42 films, showing that, yes, we get at least one film a week in the fall, but in most cases more. In this way, they have provided a demonstration date for Zack Snyder’s The Army of the Dead, which will tell the story of one of the teddy bear prehistories. But there will also be Red Notice in November, action comedies by Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, and Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence’s disaster satire Don’t Look Up, in which the two stars play a pair of second-fiddle scientists who discover a cosmic threat to Earth, but no one believes them without prestige. You can drool the full list along with the presentation date below.
- You got another chance – September 2nd.
- Worth – September 3
- Blood Brothers: Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali – September 9
- Kate – September 10
- Night books – September 15
- Schumacher – September 15
- Intrusion – 22 September
- The Starling – September 24
- My Little Pony: The New Generation – September 24
- Fuimos canciones (Sounds Like Love) – September 29
- No One Gets Out Alive – September 29
- The Guilty – October 1st
- Diana – October 1st
- There’s Someone Inside Your House – October 6
- Found – October 20
- Night Teeth – October 20
- Stuck Together – October 20
- Army of Thieves – October 29
- Hypnotic – October
- Distancia de Rescate (Fever Dream) – Oct.
- The Harder They Fall – November 3
- Love Hard – November 5
- The Cop Movie – November 5
- Passing – November 10
- Red Notice – November 12
- Tick, Tick… Boom! – 19 November
- Bruised – November 24
- Vörs, the robin – 24 November
- 14 Speaks: Nothing Is Impossible – November 29
- 7 Prisioneiros (7 Prisoners) – Nov.
- A Boy Called Christmas – Nov.
- The Castle for Christmas – Nov.
- Christmas Exchange 3rd – November
- The Power of the Dog – December 1
- Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas – December 3
- The Unforgivable – December 10
- È stata la mano di Dio (Hand of God) – 15 December
- Don’t Look Up – December 24
- The Lost Daughter – December 31st
- Back to the Outback – Dec.
- Mixtape – December
- Single All the Way – Dec.
Netflix will expand its offerings with movies and series in the fall, including a live-action version of Cowboy Bebop, which will release the first official images along with the November premiere date.