Like every year, Netflix plans to keep us sitting on the couch and in front of our screens as much as possible, going into bulimic viewing mode to chain its original productions. In 2023, the line-up promises to be rather generous and explosive with a clever mix of genres, from spectacular action films to comforting romantic comedies, including nostalgic animated films and a few nuggets made by big names in cinema. . We let you discover what awaits you through this trailer, even if most of the announced projects do not yet have a precise release date on the streaming platform. by Tyler Rake (June 16, 2023), still led by Chris Hemsworth, Heart of Stone (August 11, 2023), a muscular thriller carried by Gal Gadot, Murder Mystery 2 (March 31, 2023), still led by Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston, Rebel Moon (December 22, 2023), the new film by Zack Snyder, or Damsel (October 13, 2023), a fantasy work with Millie Bobby Brown. We will also closely follow The Killer, the new proposal by David Fincher, adapted from the eponymous French comic strip by Matz and Luc Jacamon. See also on Konbini There will also be some great names in animated films, with in particular the Ginger and her laying hen friends return in Chicken Run 2 (November 2023), 23 years after the original, ND Stevenson’s adaptation of the graphic novel Nimona, Leo (November 22, 2023), a musical with the voice of Adam Sandler, and The Magician’s Elephant (March 17, 2023), a feel good road trip between a magician and an elephant. In bulk, we also advise you to take a look at The Deepest Breath, a documentary on Alessia Zecchini which will be presented in premiere at the Sundance festival, an Italian athlete who broke the world record for freediving, Luther: Fallen Sun (March 10, 2023), the sequel to the investigations of the famous London cop played by Idris Elba, Pamela, a love story (January 23, 2023), a do documentary and intimate portrait of actress and model Pamela Anderson, They Cloned Tyrone (July 21, 2023), a political thriller starring Jamie Foxx, John Boyega and Teyonah Parris, and the still-untitled adaptation of Roald Dahl’s short stories by Wes Anderson.
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