As the streaming giant announces the Netflix Original movies dropping in 2021, we pick out the top titles you should be getting excited about
Get to know some of the most unmissable movies heading to Netflix throughout this year, as we pick out 12 of the hottest titles…
The Woman In The Window
A reclusive woman (Amy Adams) living on her own in New York witnesses a horrifying act of violence while spying on her new neighbours. Co-starring Gary Oldman, Julianne Moore, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Anthony Mackie.
Army Of The Dead
Directed by Justice League’s Zack Snyder and starring Dave Bautista, this zombie-heist mash-up follows a group of mercenaries as they head to Las Vegas to pull off the ultimate swindle. The problem is, the place is swarming with the undead…
Adapted from Joyce Carol Oates’ bestselling novel, Ana de Armas (Blade Runner 2049) stars as Marilyn Monroe in this fictionalised look at the legendary actress’ colourful life.
When a mother (Naomi Watts) loses her ability to walk after an accident, her family’s life is changed by the arrival of an injured baby magpie into their world. Co-starring The Walking Dead’s Andrew Lincoln and Jacki Weaver (Silver Linings Playbook).
Don’t Look Up
Hollywood big-hitters Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence are two astronomers out to warn mankind about a devastating comet heading towards Earth in this highly anticipated comedy. The starry cast also features Timothée Chalamet, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep and Jonah Hill.
Expect action all the way, as the FBI’s top profiler (Dwayne Johnson) and a pair of warring criminals (Gal Gadot, Ryan Reynolds) are unexpectedly thrown together.
Malcolm & Marie
Zendaya (Spider-Man: Far From Home) and Tenet’s John David Washingston are a couple whose relationship is tested to the max following an evening of revelations in this stylish drama.
Gillian Anderson and Richard E Grant are among the voice cast in this charming stop-motion animation about a robin who goes on a journey of self-discovery after being raised by a family of mice.
A 911 call operator (Jake Gyllenhaal) is tasked with saving a caller who appears to be in danger, but it soon transpires that not everything is quite what it seems…
The Power Of The Dog
Two rich and powerful Montana ranchers with contrasting personalities (Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Plemons) have their relationship tested when one of them marries a local widow (Kirsten Dunst).
Based on Robert Harris’ international bestselling novel, Jeremy Irons features in this historical drama which follows the events leading up to the breakout of the Second World War in Europe.
Oscar winner Halle Berry makes her directorial debut – and also stars in – this gritty drama about a former MMA fighter battling to regain custody of her son while attempting to kickstart her career.
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