Netflix simply added over a dozen new titles to maintain subscribers busy over the weekend. At this time’s haul comprises an awesome mixture of must-see unique materials and basic licensed content material. Particularly, the streaming big has simply added each single entry in a preferred film franchise and the ultimate chapter in a movie trilogy that’s been gripping the web all month. Take a look at the listing beneath after which scroll down for our choose of the highlights:
- 2 Weeks in Lagos (2019)
- Deep (2021) Netflix Unique
- Concern Avenue Half 3: 1666 (2021) Netflix Unique
- Herod’s Legislation (1999)
- The Beguiled (2017)
- The E book of Henry (2017)
- The Twilight Saga: Breaking Daybreak: Half 1 (2011)
- The Twilight Saga: Breaking Daybreak: Half 2 (2012)
- The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)
- The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)
- Twilight (2008)
- Defined (Season 3 – New Episodes Weekly) Netflix Unique
- Johnny Check (Season 1) Netflix Unique
- Naomi Osaka (Restricted Collection) Netflix Unique
The licensed motion pictures debuting this July sixteenth embrace Sofia Coppala’s American Civil Battle-set thriller The Beguiled, starring Nicole Kidman, Kirsten Dunst and Elle Fanning, and The E book of Henry, the Naomi Watts drama movie from Jurassic World‘s Colin Trevorrow. However essentially the most noteworthy additions need to be all 5 installments within the Twilight saga. So should you’re within the temper to relive Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart’s vampire romance, now’s your likelihood.
The most important unique film going up at the moment, although, is Concern Avenue Half 3: 1666, the conclusion to the teenager horror trilogy that’s taken subscribers by storm. Following the primary half being set within the Nineties and the second rewinding to the Seventies, this time we’re in The Witch territory as the reality behind the curse of Shadyside and the merciless witch trial that began it are revealed. Kiana Madeira, Gillian Jacobs and Benjamin Flores Jr. star.
As for the brand new TV content material, documentary collection Defined returns for an additional season, with new episodes arriving weekly. Then there’s Johnny Check, a revival – not reboot – of the 2000s Carton Community animated collection and Naomi Osaka, an eye-opening three-part docuseries that explores the life and profession of the eponymous tennis sensation.
Catch all of this on Netflix this weekend.
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