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Netflix Reveals Their Loaded Summer 2021 Movie Slate

Netflix Summer 2021 Movies
Netflix Summer 2021 Movies

On Monday, Netflix posted a video unveiling their summer 2021 movie lineup. The sizzle reel featured previously marketed films like Zack Snyder’sArmy of the Dead” and Joe Wright’s “The Woman in the Window”, finally giving them release dates. However, the streaming service also debuted clips from a plethora of new movies like Mark Raso’s “Awake” and Ferdinando Cito Filomarino’s “Becket.”

We all know Netflix started and remains the current leader in the race towards global streaming domination. But hot damn, I didn’t know the company was churning out this many films. Honestly, it’s a little worrying for the future of theaters, which as of lately, have begun to bounce back. Netflix is evidently hoping to reverse this trend, and with some of the big budget titles they’ve slated for the summer, it may very well be possible.

Regardless, here’s Netflix’s full slate and the accompanying sizzle reel for this year’s summer flicks:


“Monster” (May 7)
“Oxygen” (May 12)
“The Woman in the Window” (May 14)
“Army of the Dead” (May 21)
“Baggio: the Divine Ponytail” (May 26)
“Ghost Lab” (May 26)
“Blue Miracle” (May 27)


“Carnaval” (June 2)
“Awake” (June 9)
“Wish Dragon” (June 11)
“Skater Girl” (June 11)
“Jagame Thandhiram” (June 18)
“Fatherhood” (June 18)
“Good on Paper” (June 23)
“The Ice Road” (June 25)
“America: the Motion Picture” (June 30)
“The House of Flowers: the Movie” (undated June release)


“Resort to Love” (July 29)
“The Last Mercenary” (July 30)
“Blood Red Sky” (undated)
“Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans” (undated)
“The Last Letter from Your Lover” (undated)


“The Kissing Booth 3” (August 11)
“Sweet Girl” (August 20)
“He’s All That” (August 27)
“Beckett” (August 27)

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