• Netflix has promised a new movie every week in 2021 and unveiled the entire list of titles
  • The list features big projects like "Red Notice," "Don't Look Up" and "The Woman in the Window"
  • Netflix film chief Scott Stuber said he is really excited for 2021 and the entire film slate

Netflix has announced its full slate of original films to be released in 2021 and promised subscribers that the streaming platform will be releasing “a new movie every week” this year.

Netflix shared the news on its official Twitter account Tuesday and posted a two-and-a-half-minute video featuring some of the biggest Hollywood stars attached to the projects, including Gal Gadot, Amy Adams, Dwayne Johnson, Regina King, Ryan Reynolds and more.

“2021 = a new movie EVERY WEEK on Netflix. Here's a sneak peek at 27 of the biggest, brightest, fastest, funniest, feel-good, feel-everything films and stars coming to Netflix this year,” the tweet read.

The original film releases also include directorial debuts by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Halle Berry.

Other notable movies that will come out this year include “Red Notice” starring Gadot, Reynolds and Johnson, Zack Snyder's zombie film “Army of the Dead,” and Adam McKay’s political satire “Don't Look Up,” starring Jennifer Lawrence and Leonardo DiCaprio.

Netflix's entire 2021 slate consists of 70 titles, including one trilogy. Out of these 70 titles, 52 are English language live-action, eight are animated and 10 are non-English language films, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.

Speaking about the 2021 film slate, Scott Stuber, head of original films at Netflix, told Variety that the streaming service was able to achieve the “new movie every week” quota by looking at the type of audience that the platform has.

“One of the interesting things you recognize when you’ve got a global audience is, you’re trying to assimilate and make the films that they love. When the audience Is there in so many different formats — we talked a lot about it back in my Universal days when DVD sales and the overall business was more vibrant — you could do a slate like this,” Variety quoted Stuber as saying.

Stuber also revealed that he is pretty excited about the movie “Red Notice” because of its impeccable cast.

Here’s the full list of movies coming out on Netflix in 2021:

“8 Rue de l’Humanité”

“A Boy Called Christmas”

“A Castle for Christmas”

“The Afterlife of the Party”

“Army of the Dead”


“A Week Away”

“A Winter’s Tale from Shaun the Sheep”

“Back to the Outback”

“Bad Trip”



“Blood Red Sky”

“Bombay Rose”



“Concrete Cowboy”

“Don’t Look Up”

“Double Dad”

“Escape from Spiderhead”

“Fear Street Trilogy”

“Fever Dream”

“Finding Ohana”

“Fuimos Canciones”

“I Care A Lot”



“Love Hard”

“Malcolm & Marie”




“Night Books”

“Night Teeth”

“No One Gets Out Alive”


“Outside the Wire”

“Penguin Bloom”

“Pieces of Woman”

“Red Notice”

“Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”

“Robin Robin”

“Skater Girl”


“Sweet Girl”

“The Dig”

“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”

“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 Project”

“Untitled Graham King Project”

Untitled Alicia Keys Rom-Com”

“Wish Dragon”


Don't Look Up
A scene from the movie "Don't Look Up" which stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence in pivotal roles. The footage was shared by Netflix while announcing its 2021 film slate Netflix/Twitter,