To counter both WarnerMedia’s formidable plan and the exciting revelations of the recent Disney Investor Day event, streaming giant Netflix has just released a trailer that introduces its 2021 projects, which includes all of the original films, and which even gives us a glimpse in the return of Leonardo DiCaprio there in director Adam McKay Don’t look up. The trailer lasts almost three minutes and is an exciting year for Netflix. The streaming service aims to release a new original film every week.
Don’t look up finds Oscar winners Leonardo Dicaprio and Jennifer Lawrence as a pair of astronomers trying to warn everyone on Earth that a giant meteorite will destroy the planet in six months. Directed by The big short and Vice Filmmaker Adam McKay, Don’t look up is certain to have the same satirical advantage as his previous endeavors and will no doubt boast several outstanding achievements.
The big budget action thriller is also on the agenda Red note with Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds. Set in the world of international crime, INTERPOL is issuing a Red Notice, a global warning to hunt down and capture the world’s most wanted art thief. Johnson plays the INTERPOL agent, who of course is also the greatest pursuer in the world, with Gadot as the greatest art thief in the world and Reynolds as the greatest conman in the world. Because if they aren’t the best in the world at what they do, what is it about?
Netflix’s action project doesn’t stop there, however, as the streamer also stems from director Zack Snyder’s zombie heist Army of the Dead. Performers in an ensemble conducted by Guardians of the Galaxy Dave Bautista, the film follows a group of mercenaries who robbed a Las Vegas casino during a zombie outbreak and was recently described by Snyder as a “full blown zombie heist film”.
Besides these joys, we also have the last few films in the To all the boys and The kiss stand Trilogies, featuring new films from award-winning filmmakers like Jane Campion The power of the dog with Benedict Cumberbatch and Kirsten Dunst as well as Paolo Sorrentino The hand of Godand with several innovative recordings of the western genre The harder they fall and Concrete cowboywho have both amassed incredible lineups. Netflix also continues its attachment to the horror genre with films like this Fear Street Trilogy and There’s someone in your houseand bring the audience a handful of bestselling book customizations, including The woman in the window and The last letter from your lover.
This year, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s directorial debut with the musical will also be shown on Netflix Tick, tick … boom! and Halle Berry with the mixed martial arts drama, Bruisedas well as the family film Yes day starring Jennifer Garner, another foray starring Jason Momoa’s revenge thriller sweet girland Ryan Reynold and director Shawn Levy’s science fiction time travel adventure The Adam Project.
But that’s not all, believe it or not, as we haven’t mentioned Jake Gyllenhaal’s upcoming thriller yet The guilty, Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer’s superhero comedy Thunder power, Sandra Bullock’s latest project and the drama by John David Washington and Zendaya Malcolm & Mariewho recently dropped its own pendant in haunting black and white.
While we wait to see whether or not 2021 is an improvement over last year, we will at least have a ton of material to entertain ourselves. This comes to us with the kind permission of Netflix Film Club.
Topics: Netflix, Streaming