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Netflix To Release A New Movie Every Week In 2021, Including One Starring Leonardo DiCaprio

By Secret San Diego

Netflix To Release A New Movie Every Week In 2021, Including One Starring Leonardo DiCaprio

Netflix has saved the day once again.

I think we can all agree that Netflix has single-handedly carried us through the various COVID-19 lockdowns and restrictions. As frustrating as it gets to keep reminding Netflix that we are indeed “still watching” their vast collection of series and films, this definitely makes up for it. And it’s about to get a whole lot bigger. They’ve just announced that they will be releasing a brand new movie every single week in 2021!

The popular streaming platform will add 71 new titles to their library over the year, plus any extras they acquire down the line. They will soon have more films than both Disney and Warner Bros combined! The new additions will cover pretty much every genre ranging from comedy and romance to musicals and Westerns. Fortunately, we don’t have to wait too long for the first film to grace our screens. Outside the Wire, a sci-fi action thriller starring Anthony Mackie, will be available to stream on the platform starting today (January 15).

Here’s a trailer offering a sneak peek of what’s to come:

Among the long list of new arrivals is the highly-anticipated political satire disaster film Don’t Look Up starring Leonardo Di Caprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Timothee Chalamet, Kid Cudi, Ariana Grande and Meryl Streep; action-comedy thriller Red Notice featuring Gal Gadot, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Ryan Reynolds, and tick tick…BOOM, a brand new Lin-Manuel Miranda musical. You can also look forward to some Netflix Originals sequels, including To All The Boys: Always and ForeverKissing Booth 3 and The Princess Switch 3.

Here’s a full list of every film being released this year:

Action

  • Army of the Dead
  • Awake
  • Kate
  • Outside the Wire (released January 15)
  • Red Notice
  • Sweet Girl

Comedy

  • 8 Rue de l’Humanitè
  • Afterlife of the Party
  • Bad Trip
  • Don’t Look Up
  • Double Dad
  • I Care A Lot (released February 19)
  • Moxie (released March 3rd)
  • The Last Mercenary
  • Thunder Force

Dramas

  • Beauty
  • Blonde
  • Bombay Rose
  • Bruised
  • Concrete Cowboy
  • Fever Dream
  • Malcolm & Marie (released February 5)
  • Monster
  • Penguin Bloom (released January 27)
  • Pieces of Woman (released January 7)
  • The Dig (released January 29)
  • The Guilty
  • The Hand of God
  • The Power of the Dog
  • The Starling
  • The White Tiger (released January 22)
  • Two untitled films

Family Films

  • A Boy Called Christmas
  • A Winter’s Tale from Shaun the Sheep
  • Back to the Outback
  • Finding ‘Ohana (released January 29)
  • Loud House
  • Nightbooks
  • Robin Robin
  • Skater Girl
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans
  • Wish Dragon
  • YES DAY (released March 12)

Horrors

  • Fear Street Trilogy
  • No One Gets Out Alive
  • There’s Something Inside Your House
  • Things Heard and Seen

Musicals

  • A Week Away
  • tick, tick…BOOM

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
  • One untitled film

Sci-Fi

  • Stowaway

Thrillers

  • Blood Red Sky
  • Beckett
  • Escape from Spiderhead
  • Intrusion
  • Munich
  • O2
  • Night Teeth
  • The Swarm
  • The Woman in the Window

Western

  • The Harder They Fall

See also: Every TV Show The Secret Media Team Was Addicted To During 2020

[Featured Image Source: Netflix]