Netflix’s rollout of its 2021 movies sends a message to rivals Disney, HBO

Last year, Netflix dropped a Twitter thread announcing its slate of 2020 movies. This year it’s upped the ante, perhaps sensing that in a world now populated by Disney+, Apple TV+, HBO Max, and others, the company needs to strut its stuff with a little more hoopla.

On Tuesday morning, the streamer dropped a slickly produced trailer on YouTube featuring the top original films coming to subscribers this year, with video snippets of Lin-Manuel Miranda, Dwayne Johnson, Melissa McCarthy, Octavia Spencer, and other A-listers joking around to promote their projects.

Those projects include: Red Notice, an action comedy starring The Rock, Ryan Reynolds, and Gal Gadot; Miranda’s Tick, Tick… Boom!The Woman in the Window, a psychological thriller starring Amy Adams, based on the novel of the same name; Yes Day, a family comedy starring Jennifer Garner, based on the children’s book; The Kissing Booth 3Bruised, Halle Berry’s directorial debut; plus more than 60 additional titles studded with top talent. 


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