next premiere Of Netflix They’re dominated by new series coming to the platform, but the streaming giant also dedicates a significant portion of its calendar of release dates to movies.
agent stone, The Criminal Book Club, I Choose “Love” or The Odds of Love at First Sight are some of the closest. damsel, fantasy film starring Millie Bobby Brown has left the list, along with other productions set to close in 2023, which the platform has decided to postpone until next year.
Netflix movies in 2023: Release dates
‘Agent Stone’ August 11
Gal Gadot is an international agent with an important mission: protecting the McGuffin. The ‘Wonder Woman’ actress shares the screen with Jamie Dornan in this action thriller directed by Tom Harper (“The Aeronauts”).
‘The Monkey King’ August 18
Stephen Chow is the producer of this Chinese animated film based on the myth of the Monkey King as collected in the 16th century classic novel Journey to the West.
‘The Criminal Readers Club’ August 25
It adapts a novel by Spanish slasher Carlos García Miranda and follows the story of Angela, a student who decides to join a club that reads Stephen King novels. However, her university experience will be turned upside down when she ends up living a horror story of her own.
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‘You will NOT be invited to my Bat Mitzvah any way’ Aug 25
Among a handful of films Adam Sandler has agreed to with Netflix this year, this one stars his wife, Jackie Sandler, as well as Idina Menzel, in what will be a family comedy about a teenager trying to celebrate her birthday. Makes preparations Bat Mitzvah.
‘I chose ‘love’ on 31st August’
A romantic comedy starring Laura Marano and Evan Jogia that notably uses Netflix’s software of choice (as in the ‘Black Mirror’ episode ‘Bandersnatch’) to let the viewer decide who the protagonists fall in love with takes the same route. ,
‘The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight’ September 15
Another rom-com, but this one in the traditional way: Haley Lu Richardson and Ben Hardy meet on a transoceanic flight and don’t know when they’ll meet again.
‘Spy Kids: Armageddon’ September 22
Robert Rodriguez returns to the ‘Spy Kids’ saga to direct a reboot, where Gina Rodriguez and Zachary Levi take the reins of the world’s best secret agents in this action family comedy that stars their offspring.
‘Nowhere’ September 29
Ana Castillo is having a rough time in this claustrophobic horror thriller from Albert Pinto (“Malasana 32”), where the actress plays a pregnant woman who escapes with her husband (Tamar Novas) in a shipping container from a totalitarian country Hides and runs away. But soon they are forcibly separated.
‘Ballerina’ October 6
Charming newcomer Jeon Jong-seo from “Burning” (2018) stars in this action thriller written and directed by Lee Chung-hyun (“The Phone”), where a former bodyguard mourns the loss of his best friend . He could not protect, as he set out to fulfill his last wish.
‘Pain Hustlers’ October 27
David Yates breaks from the magical universe of “Harry Potter” and “Fantastic Beasts” to direct this dramatic business satire starring Emily Blunt, Chris Evans and Andy Garcia on a mission to save a pharmaceutical company from bankruptcy.
‘Wingwomen’ November 1
Melanie Laurent also stars in her new directorial debut, for which she has brought together an amazing female cast of Adèle Exarchopoulos, Maman Breche and Isabelle Adjani to tell the story of two fugitive thieves who are facing the final blow of their criminal career. Preparing to deal with.
‘The Killer (The Killer)’ November 10
Not only within the Netflix catalogue, but one of the most important titles of the year. David Fincher returns in the thriller alongside Michael Fassbender, playing a seasoned assassin who must face off against his own bosses after an assignment goes awry. It’s already been compared to Melville to make our mouths water.
‘Leo’ November 22
Leo is the name of the lizard you see in the photo above, voiced by Adam Sandler, in this animated film in which the reptile, which has lived its entire life in the same terrarium at a Florida school, decides to escape to see the world Is . They run a trio of veteran sidekicks from the ‘Saturday Night Live’ animated segments: Robert Smigel, Robert Marianetti and David Wachtenheim.
“Leave the World Behind” 8 December
Sam Esmail (“Mr. Robot”) assembles an all-star cast (Julia Roberts, Ethan Hawke, Mahershala Ali, Kevin Bacon, MyHa’La Harold) for Rumhan Alam’s epic tale of two families vacationing on Long Island. Based on a mystery novel whose survival is at stake. A mysterious blackout threatens.
‘Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nuggets’ December 15
23 years after Aardman’s film, the stop motion animation studio returns with a sequel directed by Sam Fell (“ParaNorman”), starring Ginger (now voiced by Thandie Newton) and Rocky (now voiced by Zachary Levy). Is), and his daughter Molly (voiced by Bella Ramsey) face a new threat hovering over the bird sanctuary where they thought they would find peace.
‘Rebel Moon’ December 22
The first part of the ambitious space opera created by Zack Snyder will be coming to Netflix as a Christmas main course. A review of sorts from ‘The Seven Samurai’ where Sofia Boutella is in charge of recruiting the greatest warriors in the entire galaxy to protect her community. Charlie Hunnam, Bay Donna, Djimon Hounsou, Ed Skrein, Michael Huisman, Ray Fisher and Anthony Hopkins (as Android) complete the cast.