To release new movie every week in 2021 — Netflix

To release new movie every week in 2021 — Netflix

Competition has intensified as the coronavirus pandemic has shuttered movie theaters and left home-bound audiences searching for entertainment.

The price of a premium subscription, which allows you to watch Netflix on four screens simultaneously compared to the standard plan's two, will go up €2 to €17.99 while the basic plan will remain untouched at €7.99. Today they unveiled a preview of their full 2021 and, in what's clearly a move created to counteract upstarts like HBO Max - who've already announced they will premiere every 2021 Warner Bros. movie the same day it hits theaters - they're boasting that they will have a new movie premiere every single week this calendar year.

'Get hyped, people, because this year is gonna be a big one'. That's a lot of movies. Either way, though, Netflix has announced that it'll be releasing at least one new movie a week for the entire year.

And star-studded ones, at that.

Projects include Red Notice, starring Johnson, Reynolds and Gal Gadot, The Harder They Fall with Regina King, Idris Elba and Jonathan Majors, The Woman in the Window, starring Adams, and Don't Look Up with Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio and Ariana Grande.

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Don't Look Up is directed by Adam McKay (Anchorman, Step Brothers, The Big Short), and there is an incredible cast backing up Leo and J-Law, including Jonah Hill, Tyler Perry, Timothee Chalamet, Ron Perlman, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Kid Cudi, Himesh Patel, and Matthew Perry.

John David Washington and Zendaya in Malcolm & Marie.

Thank you, Netflix, for keeping us entertained all year long.

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