New Movies Coming Every Week on Netflix for 2021

Movie lover alert! Today, Netflix announced that they'll be bringing audiences at least one new movie every week for the entire year.

Jesse Conner

By Jesse Conner

Anthony Mackie, Ralph Fiennes, and Gary Oldman

© Netflix / Courtesy Everett Collection

We just got word today that Netflix is bringing us some quality content this year - one new movie each week to be exact.

Netflix gave everyone a preview of their 2021 film slate this morning, which included an abundance of A-listers giving short testimonials about why they're excited for audiences to see their films which will all be debuting on Netflix this year.

Netflix Head of Original Films Scott Stuber talked to Deadline about some of the films he's excited about saying, “We’re most excited about the accumulation of different things. We like our continuation in the YA space with 'All The Boys' and 'Kissing Booth' in a genre we’ve helped reignite, this 'Fear Street' trilogy we’ve got with Chernin Entertainment, as we work out the cadence of how we release them. It’s something we’ve never been able to do before, where they are in close proximity and you can see a film trilogy in short order as opposed to the usual every two years. We had a big year in action last year, and we’re excited about 'Red Notice' and the idea of making a big global PG-13 action movie with this group of talent should be a big moment for us. I’m excited about Zack Snyder coming back around on the zombie genre he and I worked on in our early days with 'Dawn of the Dead' at Universal, and 'Army of the Dead' is going to be fun. I’m excited about 'The Harder They Fall,' a Western with Idris Elba and Regina King and Jay-Z producing and doing the music for us and reinventing that genre, and 'Don’t Look Up' with McKay and Leo and Meryl and the all-star cast he put together. These are great films that will allow us to make a lot of noise this year. I’m thrilled to have Jane Campion’s next film, she’s someone I always looked up to and getting to work with her has been a true highlight for me and the team. And Lin-Manuel, to be the home of his directing debut, is a big moment for us as a company. It’s nice to come back in the new year and feel like you’ve got the opportunity to generate some excitement.”

You can see the complete list film releases for Netflix this year below as well as the Netflix 2021 Film Preview video:

8 Rue de l’Humanité

A Boy Called Christmas

A Castle For Christmas

A Week Away

A Winter’s Tale from Shaun the Sheep

Afterlife of the Party

Army of the Dead


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 (January 29)

Fuimos Canciones

I Care A Lot (February 19)



Kissing Booth 3

Loud House

Love Hard

Malcolm & Marie (February 5)


Moxie (March 3)


Night Teeth


No One Gets Out Alive


Outside the Wire (January 15)

Penguin Bloom (January 27)

Pieces of Woman (January 7)

Red Notice

Robin Robin

Skater Girl


Sweet Girl

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

The Dig (January 29)

The Guilty

The Hand of God

The Harder They Fall

The Last Letter from Your Lover

The Last Mercenary

The Power of the Dog

The Princess Switch 3

The Starling

The Swarm

The White Tiger (January 22)

The Woman in the Window

There’s Someone Inside Your House

Things Heard and Seen

Thunder Force

tick, tick…BOOM

To All The Boys: Always and Forever

Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans

Untitled Alexandre Moratto Film

Untitled Graham King

Untitled Alicia Keys Rom-Com

Wish Dragon

Yes Day (March 12)

Jesse Conner

Jesse is a writer and content manager for Noovie. When he's not working, he's on the beach playing volleyball.

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