Netflix has announced all of the Original movies heading to the streamer for the rest of the year and there are 42 upcoming original films to get excited for, including its holiday movie slate and some premiering in select theaters.
After we wrap up new August titles we’re still waiting on like He’s All That, Netflix’s September slate includes heavy-hitting releases including Kate, The Starling, and even some family-friendly options like My Little Pony: A New Generation.
Later in the fall, Netflix has some season-appropriate thrillers and horror movies to get you spooked for Halloween. There’s Someone Inside Your House, Night Teeth, Hypnotic, and more all premiere in October.
Netflix has plenty of star power headlining its upcoming releases too. A-list actors making appearances include Idris Elba (The Harder They Fall), Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot, and Dwayne Johnson (Red Notice), Elisabeth Moss and Benedict Cumberbatch (Power of the Dog), and perhaps the streamer’s most star-studded title of the quarter, Don’t Look Up which boasts a cast of actors including Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Timothy Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Matthew Perry, Ariana Grande, and more.
And don’t forget about the Holiday movies. Netflix has become a regular go-to for Christmas movies over the last few years, and 2021 will be no exception. New titles include A Boy Called Christmas, Single all the Way, and Vanessa Hudgens will be reprising her royal role as The Princess Switch returns for a third installment.
- Afterlife of the Party (9/2)
- Worth (9/3)
- Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali (9/9)
- Kate (In select theaters and on Netflix 9/10)
- Nightbooks (9/15)
- Schumacher (9/15)
- Intrusion (9/22)
- The Starling (In select theaters 9/17, on Netflix 9/24)
- My Little Pony: A New Generation (9/24)
- Sounds Like Love (9/29)
- No One Gets Out Alive (9/29)
- The Guilty (In select theaters 9/24, on Netflix 10/6)
- Diana: The Musical (10/1)
- There’s Someone Inside Your House (10/6)
- Found (10/20)
- Night Teeth (10/20)
- Stuck Together (10/20)
- Army of Thieves (10/29)
- Hypnotic (October)
- Fever Dream (In select theaters and on Netflix this October(
- The Harder They Fall (In select theaters 10/22, on Netflix 11/3)
- Love Hard (11/5)
- Passing (In select theaters 10/27, on Netflix 11/10)
- Red Notice (11/12)
- tick, tick…BOOM! (In select theaters 11/12, on Netflix 11/19)
- Bruised (In select theaters 11/12, on Netflix 11/19)
- Robin Robin (11/24)
- 14 Peaks: Nothing Is Impossible (11/29)
- 7 Prisoners (In select theaters and on Netflix this November)
- A Boy Called Christmas (November)
- A Castle For Christmas (November)
- The Princess Switch 3 (November)
- The Power of the Dog (In select theaters 11/17, on Netflix 12/1)
- Shaun The Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas (12/3)
- The Unforgivable (In select theaters 11/24, on Netflix 12/10)
- The Hand of God (In select theaters 12/3, on Netflix 12/15)
- Don’t Look Up (In select theaters 12/10, on Netflix 12/24)
- The Lost Daughter (In select theaters 12/17, on Netflix 12/31)
- Back to the Outback (December)
- Mixtape (December)
- Single All The Way (December)
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