Advert

Latest

Cannabis Billionaire Makes Between €2-4 Billion A Year Selling Medicinal Marijuana

Cannabis Billionaire Makes Between €2-4 Billion A Year Selling Medicinal Marijuana

published at6 minutes ago
Advert
Advert

Most Popular

Advert
Entertainment

Netflix Promises To Release A New Film Every Week This Year

Netflix Promises To Release A New Film Every Week This Year

Netflix has promised to release a new film every week this year. Take a glimpse at what's in store here:

The streaming giant is confident a recent price increase will be justified by a continuous stream of new movies across the year ahead.

And not just any old movies - movies with an array of huge stars.

Advert

Subscribers can look forward to the likes of action-comedy Red Notice, starring Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot, political satire Don't Look Up, featuring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence and Ariana Grande, and drama Concrete Cowboy, starring Idris Elba.

Announcing the bumper slate, Netflix said: "We're kicking 2021 off with a bang. This year's line-up will surprise and delight cinephiles across the globe with films from Award winning filmmakers, including Jane Campion (The Power of the Dog), Paolo Sorrentino (The Hand of God) and Adam McKay (Don't Look Up).

"We're bringing you a year of films filled with more of the things we know our members love - zombies (Army of the Dead), cowboys (The Harder They Fall, Concrete Cowboy), and high school romance (including the culmination of the To All the Boys and The Kissing Booth trilogies).

"We're re-introducing you to teen screams (Fear Street trilogy, There's Someone Inside Your House), turning your favorite books into films (The Woman in the Window, Munich, The Last Letter from Your Lover), bringing you more adrenaline-pumping blockbusters (Red Notice, Sweet Girl, Kate) and giving your family a reason to say YES to watching films together (YES DAY, Back to the Outback, Finding 'Ohana)."

Advert


You can see the full slate of films - with release dates where available - here:

8 Rue de l'Humanité

A Boy Called Christmas

Advert

A Castle for Christmas

Afterlife of the Party

Army of the Dead

Awake

Advert

A Week Away

A Winter's Tale from Shaun the Sheep

Back to the Outback

Bad Trip

Advert

Beauty

Blonde

Blood Red Sky

Bombay Rose

Beckett

Bruised

Concrete Cowboy

Don't Look Up

Double Dad

Escape from Spiderhead

Fear Street Trilogy

Fever Dream

Finding 'Ohana (29 January)

Fuimos Canciones

I Care A Lot (19 February)

Intrusion

Kate

Love Hard

More Like ThisMore Like This

1 of 6
Entertainment

James Bond's Lashana Lynch To Play Miss Honey In Netflix Remake Of Matilda

Malcolm & Marie (5 February)

Monster

Moxie (3 March)

Munich

Nightbooks

Night Teeth

No One Gets Out Alive

O2

News

Netflix Subscription Price Increase Comes Into Effect This Week

published at9 days ago

Outside the Wire (15 January)

Penguin Bloom (27 January)

Pieces of Woman (7 January)

Red Notice

Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Robin Robin

Skater Girl

Stowaway

Sweet Girl

The Dig (29 January)

The Guilty

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 Starling

The Swarm

The White Tiger (22 January)

The Woman in the Window

Things Heard and Seen

Thunder Force

tick, tick...BOOM!

To All The Boys: Always and Forever

Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans

Untitled Alexandre Moratto

Untitled Graham King

Untitled Alicia Keys Rom-Com

Wish Dragon

YES DAY (12 March)

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: TV and Film, Netflix

Chosen for YouChosen for You

Chris Evans Expected To Return As Captain America
published ata day ago

Most Read StoriesMost Read

News

Special Documentary To Celebrate Friday Night Dinner 10th Anniversary

published ata day ago

Jake Massey

Jake Massey is a journalist at LADbible. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating. After spending a few years in Australia and New Zealand, Jake secured a role at an obscure radio station in Norwich, inadvertently becoming a real-life Alan Partridge in the process. From there, Jake became a reporter at the Eastern Daily Press. Jake enjoys playing football, listening to music and writing about himself in the third person.