25 of the best Netflix movies coming out in 2022: Knives Out 2, Pinocchio, Enola Holmes 2 and more
Netflix has revealed the lineup for its 2022 movie schedule – find out which ones we’re most looking forward to here
With so much to choose from, it can sometimes be difficult to keep up with the latest. film releases come our way.
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Fortunately for us, netflix gathered a look at their original film highlights over the next year, with the likes of Ryan Gosling, Jamie Foxx and Millie Bobby Brown all join to share excerpts from their upcoming films. Check it out below and keep reading to find out more about which ones we’re most looking forward to watching…
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The Adam Project
Directed by Shawn Levy of Stranger Things, time-hopping action-adventure film The Adam Project stars Ryan Reynolds as a man who must travel to the past and team up with his younger self to save the future. The film will feature a 13 Going 30 reunion as Jennifer Garnier and Marc Ruffalo also star, alongside Zoe Saldana.
The gray man
Netflix really delivers with its A-list names! The gray man sees Ryan Gosling play the CIA’s most skilled mercenary as he accidentally uncovers dark agency secrets, provoking his psychopathic former colleague, played by Chris Evans, put a bounty on his head, sparking a global manhunt.
Knives Out 2
Daniel Craig may be the only returning star for the highly anticipated sequel to the murder mystery, Knives Out 2, but viewers should be reassured that the new cast lineup is even bigger than the previous one. Kathryn Hahn, Ethan Hawke, Kate HudsonLeslie Odom Jr, Edward Norton and External banks‘ Madelyn Cline is ready to appear.
Netflix promises to bring viewers a ‘modern and witty’ new take on Jane Austen’s latest novel Persuasionfeaturing fifty shades Star dakota johnson as Anne Elliot, rising star Cosmo Jarvis as Frederick Wentworth, and last christmas actor Henry Golding as William Elliot.
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A brand new cinematic version of Matilda is on the way, and fans of the original 1996 version need not fear distinguishing it from the much-loved classic, this one set to be an adaptation of the hugely popular West End musical. . Described as a “fresh, imaginative retelling” of the award-winning musical, the film will star Love Actually actress Emma Thompson as the formidable manager Miss Trunchbull, while the Bond film star no time to die will play the benevolent Miss Honey.
They cloned Tyrone
Jamie Foxx, Wanda vision starring Teyonah Parris and star wars‘ John Boyega leads the cast of the sci-fi comedy They cloned Tyrone, which sees them play an unlikely trio who are pushed onto the trail of a nefarious government plot after a series of bizarre events.
Another stop motion treat comes in the form of Guillermo Del Toro’s take on the classic tale of Pinocchio. Described as a “dark and twisted tale”, the film will see newcomer Gregory Mann voice the puppet whose only desire is to be a real boy, while a full cast of Oscar winners and character actors beloved will round out the rest of the cast, including Ewan McGregor, Cate Blanchett, Tilda Swinton, Christoph Waltz and Stranger Things’ Finn Wolfhard.
The luckiest girl in the world
Based on the bestselling novel by Jessica Knoll, The luckiest girl in the world will see Mila Kunis play Ani, a 28-year-old woman living and working in New York who seems to lead the perfect life. However, all is not as it seems and after an investigative reporter contacts her to ask about the school shooting she witnessed as a teenager, everything begins to fall apart. .
Enola Holmes 2
Sherlock Holmes’ detective sister is set to return to screens later this year in Enola Holmes 2. The sequel will see the character, played by Millie Bobby Brown, face her first official case to find a missing girl. However, sparks of a dangerous plot ignite a mystery that requires the help of friends, including Sherlock himself, to unravel.
euphoria Colman Domingo stars in this biopic of charismatic, gay civil rights activist Bayard Rustin, who overcame a multitude of obstacles and changed the course of American history by organizing the 1963 March on Washington. If that wasn’t enough to get you interested, it’s produced by Michelle and Barack Obama’s production company.
Rebel Wilson The latest laugh-out-loud funny comedy comes in the form of Senior Year, in which she plays a cheerleader who falls off a pyramid and goes into a coma for 20 years. Waking up at 37, she returns to high school to regain her status and claim the prom queen crown that eluded her.
It’s a horror sequel we didn’t think we’d get! Like screams ghost face and Halloween Michael Myers, Texas Chainsaw Massacre Leatherface is making a comeback. Set 50 years after the original, the film sees a new group of idealistic young friends who accidentally disrupt their carefully guarded world in a remote Texas town.
Netflix Will Serve A Second Serving Of Jamie Foxx In A Vampire Horror Movie Quarter day. He plays a hard-working father who just wants to provide a good life for his daughter. However, his mundane pool cleaning job is a front for his real source of income – hunting and killing vampires. Watch out for Dave Franco and Snoop Dogg who are also playing.
Leighton Meester stars in this new physiological thriller adapted from Sarah Alderson’s bestselling novel of the same name. It tells the story of a woman whose weekend getaway to Croatia goes awry when she is accused of killing her best friend.
Ground Meat Operation
The two Mr Darcys, Colin Firth and Matthew Macfayden team up to deliver this World War II drama. Set in 1943, Operation Mincemeat is the hilarious and incredible true story of the unlikely secret mission that helped the Allies fool the Germans.
Florence Poug directs the cast of this new period drama. Set in the Irish Midlands in 1862, the eerie thriller based on Emma Donoghue’s gripping novel of the same title follows a well-educated English nurse as she is summoned to a small, impoverished village to study a young girl who is believed to have survived for decades. month. without food.
Fall for Christmas
We know it’s probably too early to start thinking about Christmas but we couldn’t fail to mention Lindsay Lohan’s long-awaited celebratory film, Fall for Christmas. She plays a newly engaged hotel heiress who suffers total amnesia after a skiing accident. She finds herself in the care of a handsome lodge owner, played by Glee’s Chord Overstreet and his precocious daughter in the days before Christmas.
We can’t wait to see Jennifer Lopez take on the role of a female assassin in a new thriller, The mother. She plays a deadly killer who comes out of hiding to protect the girl she abandoned years ago while on the run from dangerous men.
Lily Collins stars in this Hitchcock thriller directed by her own husband, Charlie McDowell. The film, which was shot during the pandemic and also stars Jason Segal and Jesse Plemons, follows a wealthy couple who arrive at their vacation home to find they’ve been robbed.
The School of Good and Evil
Based on Soman Chainani’s 2013 novel of the same name, The School of Good and Evil follows two best friends as they join an enchanted school where young people are trained to guard the balance of good and evil. The A-list cast includes Charlize Theron, Kerry Washington, Laurence Fishburne, Michelle Yeoh, Ben Kingsley, Patti LuPone and more
Wendell and savage
New stop motion movie Wendell and savage tells the story of two scheming demon brothers, played by comedy duo Jordan Peele and Keegan Michael Key, who enlist the help of a 13-year-old to summon them to the land of the living.
We can’t wait to see this new movie from Blackish Creator Kenya Barris talks about modern love and family dynamics amid clashing cultures and generational differences. It stars Jonah Hill, Eddie Murphy, and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, among others.
Don’t blame karma! (¿Qué culpa tiene el karma?)
Netflix has really delivered some amazing foreign-language dramas lately, and a new Mexican movie Don’t blame karma! (¿Qué culpa tiene el karma?) is the one we can’t wait to watch. The Spanish-language film follows the setbacks of Sara, a frustrated fashion designer who blames karma for her bad luck while her sister Lucy seems to be the luckiest person in the world. A series of events and reunions will lead Sara to make a radical decision.
Ana de Armas will transform into the original platinum bombshell for the new Marilyn Monroe biopic Blond. Described as “the boldly reimagined private story of the world’s most famous sex symbol”, the film will shed light on Marilyn’s life in the 1950s and 60s and will also star Bobby Cannavale, Julianne Nicholson and Adrien Brody.
From Train to Busan director Yeon Sang-ho comes a deliciously dystopian new film about life in the 22nd century. Earth is no longer habitable due to climate change and human survival depends on finding a way to clone the legendary mercenary JUNG_E into an evolving robot.
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