October 18, 2021

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With the rain of stars, Netflix has announced 2021 releases with 70 films

With the rain of stars, Netflix has announced 2021 releases with 70 films

The Netflix platform, already recognized as the biggest winner and epidemic of the 2020 film year, announced on Tuesday the list of upcoming releases in 2021, with less than 70 movies and a shower of stars.

Communication is exceptional for the video-on-demand giant, which usually only shows one movie at a time and is a testament to Netflix’s strike power. This platform now surpasses all Hollywood studios.

The show comes in a replica of Studio Warner Bros., which surprised everyone by announcing the simultaneous release of all the films scheduled for 2021, i.e. 17 titles, in theaters and on its HBO Max platform.

From drama to comedy, sci-fi, horror or Western, the online video service has taken care to wipe out all major genres of modern cinema, with some titles seem to have been cut out for rewards. The main movie.

The venue only announced the release dates of ten films, all of which are scheduled from early January to mid-March.

In addition to the list of films, Netflix uploaded a short celebrity-focused video featuring Gal Gadot (“Wonder Woman 1984”), Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson (“Fast & Furious” or “Zumanji”) and Ryan Reynolds (“Deadpool”). ) Headlining.

This year, the platform has been offered, is confusing and with these three stars, Regina King, Adrian Brady, Meryl Streep, Sandra Bullock, Octavia Spencer, Jeremy Irons, but not Leonardo DiCaprio or Jennifer Lawrence, the Oscar winners.

As for the directors, Jane Campion, with “The Power of the Dog”, is the first time Oscar winner, as well as American actress Halle Berry and playwright and actor Lynn-Manuel Miranda (music “Hamilton”) behind the camera.

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Most featured films include Adam McKay’s “Don’t Look Up” (“The Big Short: The Heist of the Century” and “Wise”), along with Leonardo DiCaprio’s “The Harder the Fall”, with the Western All-African-American cast. -Z co-built.

Netflix also seems to rely heavily on “Red Notice”, an action film by Dwayne Johnson, Gal Gadot and Ryan Reynolds, whose budget reaches $ 160 million, according to several American media outlets.

When asked by AFP, Netflix did not specify whether some of these films, and would benefit from the theatrical release.