Netflix has never been one to collapse during the summer movie season, but it would be fair to say that the streaming studio has prepared to make sure you can’t turn around without seeing one of its new feature-length projects this year. The good news is that more than a few of the new movies Netflix announced today sound like they’re worth tuning in to.
The Adam Project
Director Shawn Levy’s (free man) The Adam Project Harnesses conventional time-traveling wisdom with the story of Adam (Ryan Reynolds), a pilot who travels to the past to save the future with the help of a younger version of himself and their father, who had already lived in the older Adam’s time. is deceased . The Adam Project also stars Zoe Saldaña, Mark Ruffalo, Jennifer Garner, Walker Scobell and Catherine Keener, and will premiere on March 11.
day shift from director JJ Perry (F9: The Fast Saga, bloodshot) and writers Tyler Tice and Shay Hatten (Army of the Dead) plays Jamie Foxx as a humble single father who spends his days looking after her daughter and traveling through the San Fernando Valley, where he works as a pool cleaner. However, the man’s nights are absorbed by his actual job: killing ghosts as a member of the world’s international union of vampire hunters. day shift also stars Dave Franco, Karla Souza, Meagan Good, Natasha Liu Bordizzo, Oliver Masucci, Snoop Dogg, Steve Howey, Scott Adkins and Zion Broadnax.
Based on George Saunders’ short story ‘Escape from Spiderhead’. spider head from director Joseph Kosinski envisions a near future in which convicted criminals such as Rachel (Jurnee Smollett) and Jeff (Miles Teller) are offered shorter prison terms in exchange for participating in experimental drug trials supervised by director Abnesti (Chris Hemsworth).
When a young girl comes across a map of Slumberland, a world made up of everyone’s dreams, she embarks on a journey – presumably alongside a faun played by Jason Momoa – in search of her late father, who she believes is still out there somewhere. slumberland Directed by Francis Lawrence, it also stars Marlow Barkley, Chris O’Dowd, Kyle Chandler, Weruche Opia, India de Beaufort, and Humberly Gonzalez.
of the many Pinocchio adaptations debuting this year, Guillermo del Toro’s is almost guaranteed to be the darkest with its slightly different take on the little living doll who dreams of becoming a real boy. Whether or not this Pinocchio dreams of becoming a flesh-and-blood human child seems almost irrelevant here, as his main focus is on the kind of mischief his father Geppetto desperately wants to keep him from. Pinocchio starring Gregory Mann, Ewan McGregor, David Bradley, Tilda Swinton, Christoph Waltz, Finn Wolfhard, Cate Blanchett, John Turturro, Ron Perlman, Tim Blake Nelson and Burn Gorman.
They cloned Tyrone
After Fontaine (John Boyega), Yo-Yo (Teyonah Parris) and Slick Charles make an incredible discovery that reveals a huge, nefarious secret the government is hiding, they soon realize they can trust no one but each other to protect themselves. . empathize. They cloned Tyrone is directed by Juel Taylor and co-written by Taylor and Tony Rettenmaier.
The school for good and evil
As in Soman Chainani’s best-selling book series, The school for good and evil by director Paul Feig (bridesmaids) centers on Agatha (Sofia Wylie) and Sophie (Sophia Anne Caruso), two best friends whose relationship is tested after being enrolled in a magical school for fairytale heroes and villains. The school for good and evil also stars Charlize Theron, Kerry Washington, Laurence Fishburne, Michelle Yeoh, Sir Ben Kingsley, Patti LuPone, Rachel Bloom, Peter Serafinowicz and Rob Delaney.
Enola Holmes 2
Millie Bobby Brown returns as Sherlock Holmes’ plucky younger sister in a new story about her very first official case – a mystery about what happened to a missing girl. Enola Holmes 2 Directed by Harry Bradbeer, it also stars Henry Cavill, Louis Partridge, Helena Bonham Carter, David Thewlis, Susan Wokoma, Adeel Akhtar, Sharon Duncan-Brewster, Hannah Dodd, Abbie Hern, Gabriel Tierney, and Serrana Su-Ling Bliss.
We have a ghost
When a family discovers their new home is actively haunted by a ghost named Ernest, they do the smart thing and tell the world about it, and soon their spectral frontier turns them into social media celebrities and targets of the CIA. We have a ghost is directed by Christopher Landon and stars Anthony Mackie, David Harbour, Jahi Di’Allo Winston, Tig Notaro, Jennifer Coolidge, Erica Ash, Isabella Russo, Niles Fitch, Faith Ford and Steve Coulter.
Wendell & Wild
Like two demons, Wendell (Keegan-Michael Key) and his brother Wild (Jordan Peele) can’t cross over to the Land of the Living without being summoned by someone already there, which is exactly why they’ve set their sights on a guilt-ridden 13-year-old who may well be their key to getting out of their native hell dimension. Wendell & Wild is directed by Henry Selick, who also co-wrote the film with Peele.
Director Matt Charmans the mothership finds Sarah Morse (Halle Berry) still reeling, a year after the sudden and unexplained disappearance of her husband (Omari Hardwick) somewhere on their remote rural farm. While Sarah knows moving on may be what her kids (Jaiden J. Smith, Quinn McPherson) need, she realizes there’s more to their family’s story than anything else. know about them.
Knives from 2
Wherever Detective Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) goes, he always ends up in the middle of another ridiculous mystery, and Rian Johnson’s Knives from 2 will see the gumshoe investigate yet another group of suspicious characters who may not be as innocent as they pretend to be. Knives from 2 also stars Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Dave Bautista, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Kate Hudson, Jessica Henwick, Madelyn Cline.