• "My Little Pony: A New Generation" will premiere on Sept. 24
  • "Red Notice," starring Ryan Reynolds, will release on Nov. 12
  • "Don't Look Up," starring Leonardo DiCaprio, to stream on Dec. 10

Netflix on Monday announced the release dates of a set of upcoming movies.

Some of the movies mentioned in the list will first hit the theaters before releasing on Netflix. For instance, "The Lost Daughter" will release in theaters on Dec. 17 before it starts streaming on Netflix on Dec. 31.


Stephen Herek's "Afterlife of the Party" is all set to release on Sept. 2. It stars Victoria Justice, Midori Francis and Adam Garcia. Michael Keaton-starrer "Worth' will premiere on Sept. 3.

The highly anticipated "Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali," which is based on two iconic figures of the 20th century, will make its way to Netflix on Sept. 9. "Kate" will release in theaters and on Netflix simultaneously on Sept. 10. "Nightbooks" and "Schumacher" will release on the same day on Sept. 15.

If you are fond of animated movies, "My Little Pony: A New Generation," which will premiere on Sept. 24, would be a good option.


"Diana: The Musical" and "The Guilty" will release on Oct. 1, while "Found," "Night Teeth" and "Stuck Together" will premiere on Oct. 20. Two other movies – "Fever Dream" and "Hypnotic" – are slated to release in October but the dates are not confirmed yet.


While "The Harder They Fall" is scheduled for an Oct. 22 theater release, it will stream on Netflix on Nov. 3. The highly anticipated "Red Notice," starring Ryan Reynolds, Gal Gadot and Dwayne Johnson, will premiere on Nov. 12.

Halle Berry's "Bruised" will release in theaters on Nov. 17 but it will stream on Netflix on Nov. 24. "7 Prisoners," "A Boy Called Christmas," "A Castle for Christmas" and "The Princess Switch 3" will release in November but the dates are not revealed yet.


"The Power of the Dog" will premiere on Dec. 1 while "Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas" is slated to release on Dec. 3. "The Unforgivable" will first release in theaters on Nov. 24 and will debut on Netflix on Dec. 10.

Adam McKay's "Don't Look Up," starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Ariana Grande, Timothée Chalamet, Chris Evans and Matthew Perry will release in theaters on Dec. 10 and then premiere on Dec. 24 on Netflix. Movies like "Back to the Outback," "Mixtape" and "Single All the Way" will also release in December.

"Mark your calendars for these new Netflix Films coming through the end of the year!" the streaming giant wrote on Instagram.

If you have missed our August listing of Netflix movies, then check out here.

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