Netflix has offered its subscribers a glimpse of what they have to look forward to in 2021 – a new star-studded movie every week.
Already the master of 2020's movie landscape, the streaming platform announced a list of 70 new feature films set to land over the next 12 months.
From drama, comedy and science fiction to horror and Westerns, 2021’s offering will take in every major film genre, with some releases poised as potential nominees for major awards.
Among the most anticipated titles is Don't Look Up, from filmmaker Adam McKay of The Big Short and Vice fame, and starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Timothee Chalamet, Chris Evans, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep and Jonah Hill.
The Harder They Fall, a Western co-produced by Jay-Z and with a primarily black cast, including Regina King and Idris Elba, is also set to be a big drop for the streaming platform.
The film slate's announcements was an unusual move for Netflix, which has historically dropped news of new releases one movie at a time. However, its 2021 teaser is a testament to its clout in Hollywood, as it easily surpasses the release volume of every studio.
The teaser trailer is hosted by Gal Gadot, Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds, and shows the platform has managed to snag several Oscar-winners for its coming releases, including Regina King, Adrien Brody, Sandra Bullock, Octavia Spencer and Jeremy Irons.
Among the directors involved in the projects are Jane Campion for The Power of the Dog, and Halle Berry and Lin-Manuel Miranda, who will both be taking their first spins behind the camera.
Johnson, Gadot and Reynolds will appear in Red Notice, an action film with a $160 million budget.
The end of January will see the release of The Dig, based on the 2007 novel by John Preston, starring Lily James, Carey Mulligan, Ralph Fiennes and Johnny Flynn. The film tells the story of an excavator, and his team, who discover a wooden ship from the Dark Ages while digging up a burial ground on a woman's estate.
Other notable releases include Escape from Spiderhead, a sci-fi about two prisoners who take part in a new drug test in exchange for shortened prison sentences, starring Chris Hemsworth, and Amy Poehler's coming-of-age comedy-drama Moxie.
The preview came as Warner Bros revealed that it would release all 17 of its 2021 titles simultaneously in theatres and on HBO MAX.
All 70 movies Netflix is releasing in 2021
Pieces of a Woman (January 7)
Outside the Wire (January 15)
The White Tiger (January 22)
Penguin Bloom (January 27)
Finding 'Ohana (January 29)
The Dig (January 29)
Malcolm & Marie (February 5)
I Care A Lot (February 19)
Moxie (March 3)
Yes Day (March 12)
No release date yet
8 Rue de l'Humanité
A Boy Called Christmas
A Castle for Christmas
Afterlife of the Party
Army of the Dead
A Week Away
A Winter's Tale from Shaun the Sheep
Back to the Outback
Blood Red Sky
Don't Look Up
Escape from Spiderhead
Fear Street Trilogy
No One Gets Out Alive
Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
The Hand of God
The Harder They Fall
The Kissing Booth 3
The Last Letter from Your Lover
The Last Mercenary
The Loud House Movie
The Power of the Dog
The Princess Switch 3
There's Someone Inside Your House
The Woman in the Window
Things Heard and Seen
Tick, Tick... BOOM!
To All The Boys: To All The Boys: Always and Forever, Lara Jean
Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans
Untitled Alexandre Moratto film
Untitled Graham King film
Untitled Alicia Keys rom-com