Netflix Will Release New Original Movies Every Week in 2021

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The trailer for its releases is scheduled for 2021, announcing plans to release an original movie a week throughout the year.

While other studios are delaying the release of their big-ticket projects, the platform will debut films starring Hollywood A-listers including Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Dwayne Johnson and Sandra Bullock.

Highlights, via Variety, include the mega-budgeted heist film Red Notice, starring Gal Gadot, Johnson, and Reynolds; the Western The Harder They Fall with Regina King, Idris Elba and Jonathan Majors; Adams' The Woman in The Window; Zach Snyder's Army of the Dead; Lin-Manuel Miranda's Tick, tick ...

As we enter 2021, Netflix finds itself facing some pretty stiff competition on the streaming front, with rivals such as Disney+ and HBO Max recently announcing star-studded, blockbuster slates across both film and television.

Johnson, Gadot and Reynolds will appear in Red Notice, an action film with a US$160 million (RM647.2 million) budget, according to United States media.

Of the many titles on the slate, one that has caught our eye is Don't Look Up, which tells the story of two astronomers warning mankind about a comet that will destroy Earth, which stars Leonardo Di Caprio and Jennifer Lawrence and is directed by Adam McKay.

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To All The Boys: Always and Forever The third installment of the beloved To All the Boys I've Loved Before film adaptations.

From Halle Berry's directorial debut to a Melissa McCarthy superhero epic, there are lots of exciting titles on the way.

Some flicks, like the Zendaya-starring romantic drama Malcolm & Marie, already have release dates.

Netflix did not respond to an AFP query about which - if any - of its 2021 films would also receive theatrical releases.

More than a few of these titles might hit cinemas, too.