Netflix Slated to Bring A New Film Every Week for 2021

Netflix Slated to Bring A New Film Every Week for 2021

From “Malcolm & Marie” to “Don’t Look Up” and “Red Notice”



The unsung hero of quarantine, Netflix, is coming out with a new film every week for 2021—you heard that right. You’re probably well on your way to rewatching Bridgerton, scouring through the hodgepodge of romantic TV series for your next K-Drama binge, or maybe even starting a local BL favorite. Nothing much has changed, we’re still fully codependent to the streaming platform service. 


To make things more exciting, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds, stars of Red Notice, tease the exclusive Netflix 2021 Film Preview. From Lin-Manuel Miranda’s directorial debut to a bittersweet ending of a beloved book-turned-film franchise to the much awaited Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio feature film, 2021’s looking pretty stellar already.



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Here’s a sneak peek of some of the buzzworthy films slated to come to Netflix this 2021.


Malcolm and Marie

When filmmaker Malcolm and his girlfriend Marie return home from a movie premiere and await his film’s critical response, the evening takes a turn as revelations about their relationship surface, testing the couple’s love.



To All The Boys: Always And Forever

As Lara Jean Covey prepares for the end of high school and the start of adulthood, a pair of life-changing trips lead her to reimagine what life with her family, friends and Peter will look like after graduation.



Outside the Wire 

When disgraced drone pilot, Lt. Harp is sent into a deadly militarized zone after disobeying orders, he finds himself working for Capt. Leo, an android officer tasked with locating a doomsday device before insurgents do.




What are you looking forward to watching in 2021? Leave them in the comments below!



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