J.Law and Leonardo DiCaprio's 'Don't Look Up' and 9 other Netflix movies for 2021 - New York Post
Jan 12, 2021 1 min, 13 secs

Six years later, the streaming giant plans to release at least 72 movies in 2021, it announced Tuesday in a surprise teaser trailer.

And that huge number doesn’t even factor in additional projects that might pop up — like last year’s “Death to 2020” — or film festival acquisitions, such as “Mucho Mucho Amor,” “The Forty-Year-Old Version” and “His House” that Netflix bought at Sundance in 2020.

This year, the streamer promises at least one movie every week.

It’s almost like ABC’s dusty old television anthology Movie of the Week, but instead of Ernest Borgnine and Cheryl Ladd, we get Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence.

There are other big names, too: Timothée Chalamet, Brad Pitt, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Idris Elba (twice!), Halle Berry, Viola Davis and many more.

Here are some of the most promising Netflix films coming to your couch in 2021!

“Don’t Look Up” could be one the service’s awards bait films for 2021.

Plus, the movie is directed by Adam McKay, who was nominated for directing “Vice” and “The Big Short.” The plot, however, sounds like sci-fi: Two astronauts try to warn the planet that a comet will destroy Earth.

The macho movie also stars Kirsten Dunst, Frances Conroy and Keith Carradine.

Proving my point, in 2021 they’re giving us “The Princess Switch 3.” Please, Netflix, flip that switch off.

This one isn’t keeping me up at night in giddy anticipation — but America will love it, because it stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

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