2021 is set to be another yea rin which Netflix flexes its creative muscles and delivers for its audience and abundance of original films. The full 2021 slate can be found below and promises that this year may well be Netflix’s most fruitful yet.
Perhaps the most telling aspect of the platform’s new bunch of releases is the high calibre of names attached. No longer are Netflix the side-piece of film production — now, they’re bringing in the big guns. It means Leonardo Di Caprio, Gal Gadot, Ryan Reynolds, Halle Berry and Chris Hemsworth all have projects in 2021.
It’s not just acting talent that have been seduced by the streaming giant. Directors like Jane Campion (The Power of the Dog), Adam McKay (Don’t Look Up) and Paolo Sorrentino (The Hand of God) are also included in the rundown of releases. It’s just one more slate indicative of Netflix’s pursuit of creative self-sufficiency.
At least one new film will land every week on Netflix for the whole of 2021 and below we’ve got the complete list of those productions scheduled in for a release this year. Don’t Look Up will likely be one of the most highly anticipated arrivals. Featuring Di Caprio and Jennifer Lawrence as low-level astronomers who undertake a media campaign to warn earth of an apocalyptic asteroid, the movie is set to be a fan favourite and even includes Timothee Chalamet, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill and Cate Blanchett making cameos.
Halle Berry’s directorial debut, Bruised is another hotly anticipated release. It will see the Oscar winner take on the role of a struggling MMA-fighter who tries to win custody of her son. There’s another Hollywood glamour moment with Blonde a new biopic about Marilyn Monroe that is bound to raise questions.
It’s not just the films listed below which will make a splash either. The streaming giant has remained committed not only to creating its own original content but still bringing their audience the best of the rest too, as they intended to acquire new films as the year progresses.
For now, take a look at the list below and pick out the films you’re most eagerly awaiting.
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