Netflix teases massive 2021 film slate with plans to release new movies every week
While going to the movie theater for a new blockbuster might still be a far-off dream during the pandemic, Netflix has dropped an epic teaser previewing its slate of new streaming titles to watch from home every week through the end of 2021.
Red Notice stars Gal Gadot, Ryan Reynolds, and Dwayne Johnson kick things off with an introduction to a whirlwind collection of footage from the streaming service's major titles on the horizon, including directorial debuts from Lin-Manuel Miranda (Tick, Tick... Boom!) and Halle Berry (Bruised), Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer's superhero debut (Thunder Force), and Zack Snyder's zombie heist flick Army of the Dead.
Sequels to popular Netflix films are also on deck for 2021, including Joey King's The Kissing Booth 3 and Lana Condor's To All the Boys: Always and Forever, while a host of stars like Amy Poehler (Moxie), Jennifer Hudson (Monster), Amy Adams (The Woman in the Window), Jason Momoa (Sweet Girl), Jennifer Garner (Yes Day), and Zendaya (Malcolm & Marie) will also bow with films on Netflix throughout the remainder of the year.
The clip ends with a first look at Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio in Adam McKay's buzzy, star-filled comedy Don't Look Up, which follows two astronomers who attempt to warn the world of the planet's impending collision with an asteroid.
Watch Netflix's 2021 movie teaser above.