USA actors Dwayne Johnson (left) and Leonardo DiCaprio.
The tease posted to Netflix's account says the streaming service will release 70 new movies in 2021, some have already been released.
Johnson, Gadot and Reynolds will appear in Red Notice, an action film with a US$160 million (RM647.2 million) budget, according to United States media. Thunder Force sees Octavia Spencer and Melissa McCarthy play superheroes; western Harder They Fall features everyone from Idris Elba and Lovecraft Country's Jonathan Majors to Watchmen's Regina King and Atlanta's Zazie Beetz; and Escape From Spiderhead plunges Chris Hemsworth into a futuristic tale about experiments on inmates using emotion-altering drugs.
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Most notably is Don't Look Up, Adam McKay's new film about a pair of astronomers who have to warn the world of an approaching meteor, starring DiCaprio, Lawrence and Streep as well as Timothee Chalamet, Cate Blanchett and many more. Today they unveiled a preview of their full 2021 and, in what's clearly a move created to counteract upstarts like HBO Max - who've already announced they will premiere every 2021 Warner Bros. movie the same day it hits theaters - they're boasting that they will have a new movie premiere every single week this calendar year.
It also features appearances from Halle Berry and Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, who will both make their directorial debuts for the service.
Whether Netflix's 2021 movies get a cinema run or not, they'll obviously pop up on the platform. In October, Netflix promised its 193 million subscribers that new movies would be released weekly in 2021.