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Netflix promises ”new movie every week”

Netflix on its official Twitter page promised of “a new movie every week”, and on Tuesday announced the titles that will be premiering on the streaming service in 2021.

The streamer shared the news in a video featuring some of the stars attached to these projects. “2021 = a new movie EVERY WEEK on Netflix. Here’s a sneak peek at 27 of the biggest, brightest, fastest, funniest, feel-good, feel-everything films and stars coming to Netflix this year,” tweeted.

The films will feature some of the biggest names in Hollywood, including Sandra Bullock, Dwayne Johnson, Leonardo DiCaprio, Idris Elba, Meryl Streep, Zendaya, and more.

Here is the list released Tuesday:

“Army of the Dead”
“Outside the Wire (Jan. 15)”
“Red Notice”
“Sweet Girl”

“Fear Street Trilogy”
“No One Gets Out Alive”
“There’s Someone Inside Your House”
“Things Heard and Seen”

“Blood Red Sky”
“Escape from Spiderhead”
“Night Teeth”
“The Swarm”
“The Woman in the Window”

“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”
“Untitled Alicia Keys Rom-Com”

“Bombay Rose”
“Concrete Cowboy”
“Fever Dream”
“Malcolm & Marie” (February 5)
“Penguin Bloom” (January 27)
“Pieces of a Woman” (January 7)
“The Dig” (January 29)
“The Guilty”
“The Hand of God”
“The Power of the Dog”
“The Starling”
“The White Tiger” (January 22)
“Unt. Alexandre Moratto Film”
“Unt. Graham King”

“The Harder They Fall”

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

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

“A Week Away”
“tick, tick…BOOM”

This is the first time Netflix has announced a yearly features slate from the streamer”s original film division, headed by Scott Stuber since 2017. 

Netflix has never released its slate of films all at once. But it hasn’t had this much competition before. HBO Max announcement, and Disney held a massive investor day in December, firing off title after title coming to Disney Plus 2021 and 2022. Netflix, which is better at retaining subscribers, is reminding customers why they stick around: consistency and talent.

Netflix is well-positioned to acquire even more titles in the coming year, as studios have been left with little choice but to abandon traditional release and distribution models for a majority of projects and release them on streaming services instead due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19.

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