What Netflix movies are coming out? streaming on the platform this fall, which is now above us? Tudum has compiled a list, which we offer you in full below, along with the release dates and plots of the various projects.
Statistical probability of love at first sight
(from September 15th).
Plot: Two strangers meet on a flight to London, but a twist of fate separates them. Finding each other seems impossible, but love always finds its way.
(September 15, in US theaters September 7)
Plot: Augusto Pinochet is a vampire ready to die, but first the vultures around him want one last bite. Satire by Pablo Larren.
Spy Kids: Armageddon
(from September 22)
Plot: When the children of the world’s greatest secret agents unknowingly help a powerful game developer spread a computer virus that allows him to control all types of devices, they must become spies themselves to save their parents and the world.
The Remarkable Story of Henry Sugar
(from September 27)
Plot: A rich man discovers that the guru can see without his eyes and tries to learn how to cheat at cards.
(from September 27)
Plot – Forgotten love is the story of Professor Rafal Wilczur, a famous surgeon who, after being abandoned by his wife, becomes a victim of a robbery and loses his memory due to his injuries. Forgotten love AND based on the famous Polish novel “Znachor” by Tadeusz Dolegi-Mostowicz.
(from October 6)
Plot: After the brutal murder of a young real estate agent, a tenacious detective tries to solve a case in which nothing is as it seems, while shattering the illusions of his life.
(from October 13)
Plot: When the opportunity arises for a long-awaited promotion at a ruthless financial firm, once-hopeful messages between lovers Emily (Phoebe Dynevor) and Luke (Alden Ehrenreich) turn sour and darker. As the balance of power in the relationship changes irrevocably, the couple must deal with the true cost of success and the unnerving limits of ambition.
(from October 20)
Plot: Three best friends who later become fathers find themselves at odds with daycare directors, millennial executives and everything post-1987.
Hijackers of pain – A matter of pain
(from October 27)
Plot: Seeking a better life for herself and her daughter, Lisa (Emily Blunt) agrees to work for Pete (Chris Evans) at a pharmaceutical startup on the verge of bankruptcy. While her charm, tenacity and courage help Lisa climb the social ladder, the company finds itself at the center of a criminal conspiracy with dramatic consequences.
Plot: In post-war Spain, a young novice with supernatural powers, Narcisa (Aria Bedmar), reaches a former convent, now converted into a girls’ school, where she will become a teacher. Over time, strange events and increasingly disturbing situations that torment her force her to unravel the terrible tangle of all the secrets that surround the building and haunt its inhabitants.
(From November 1)
Thieves is a new film by Mélanie Laurent starring Adèle Exarchopoulos, Mélanie Laurent, Manon Breche, Philippe Catherine, Félix Moati and Isabelle Adjani as Marren.
Nyad – Over the ocean
(From November 3)
Plot: An incredible testament to resilience, friendship and the triumph of the human spirit, NYAD tells the gripping chapter in the life of champion athlete Diana Nyad. Thirty years after she retired from marathon swimming to pursue a career as a sports journalist, at 60, Diana (played by four-time Oscar® nominee Annette Bening) is desperate to achieve the feat that has always eluded her: 170 kilometers between Cuba and Florida, known in the industry as the “Everest of swimming.” Determined to be the first to go the distance without a shark cage, Diana embarks on a thrilling adventure that will span four years with her best friend and coach Bonnie Stoll (two-time Oscar® winner Jodie Foster) and a team determined to deliver the best.
(from November 10)
Plot: After a tragic, near-miss mission, a killer faces his masters and himself in an international manhunt that he believes is not personal.
Best. Christmas. Always!
(from November 16)
Plot: Just like every other Christmas, Jackie sends out a snotty holiday newsletter that makes her old college friend Charlotte feel completely inadequate. When, in a twist of fate, Charlotte and her family arrive at Jackie’s house a few days before Christmas, Charlotte takes the opportunity to demonstrate that her old friend’s life is not as perfect as it seems.
(from November 17)
Plot: The organizer of the decisive March on Washington in 1963, Bayard Rustin was one of the world’s greatest activists, challenging authority and never being ashamed of who he was, his beliefs, or his desires. And he never gave up. He made history, and history in return forgot about him.
(From November 21)
Plot: For decades now, tormented 74-year-old lizard Leo (Sandler) has been locked in the same Florida school classroom with a turtle (Bill Burr). When he discovers he has only a year to live, Leo plans to escape to experience the thrill of life on the outside, but finds himself embroiled in problems plaguing the students, including an incredibly evil substitute teacher. Her bucket list will get a little weird, but completing it will be a surprisingly rewarding task…
(from November 30)
Plot: When family members switch bodies during a rare planetary interaction, their hilarious adventures in returning to normal life bring them closer than ever.
The plot is the end of the 70s. They are young, beautiful, only 25 years old. They meet by chance and fall madly in love. However, an unexpected event separates them. For thirty years now, they are still chasing the hope of finding each other again because they still love each other. Directed by Ferzan Ozpetek.
(From December 1)
Plot: Twenty years earlier, their love story attracted the attention of the press and the whole country. Now the couple is beginning to crack under pressure from an actress who comes to explore their past for a film.
The world is behind you
(from December 8)
Plot: In this apocalyptic thriller from award-winning writer and director Sam Esmail (Mister Robot), Amanda (Academy Award winner Julia Roberts) and her husband Clay (Academy Award nominee Ethan Hawke) rent a luxury home for the weekend with their children Archie (Charlie Evans) and Rose (Farrah McKenzie). The celebration is immediately interrupted by the arrival at night of two strangers: GH (Academy Award winner Mahershala Ali) and his daughter Ruth (Mikha’la), who inform them of a mysterious cyberattack and want to take refuge in a house they say belongs to the owners. Two families take stock of a looming disaster that grows ever more terrifying, forcing them to come to terms with their roles in a world close to collapse. The film is based on Rumaan Alam’s National Book Award-nominated novel The World Behind You.
Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nuggets
(from December 15)
Having barely escaped the Tweedy farm, Gaia has finally found the place of her dreams: a quiet island retreat for the entire coop, far from man-made dangers. When she and Rocky give birth to a girl named Molly, a happy ending seems in sight. But on land, the entire genus of birds faces a new and terrible threat. For Gaia and her gang, their long-awaited freedom may be in jeopardy, but this time they will stop at nothing!
(from December 20)
Plot – Owner is a gripping and fearless love story that traces the lifelong relationship between Leonard Bernstein and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein. Owner it is not only a declaration of love for life and art, but, at its core, an emotionally epic portrayal of family and love.
Rebel Moon – Part 1: Daughter of Fire
(from December 22)
Plot: The armies of a tyrannical power threaten a peaceful colony on the edge of the galaxy. Here, the mysterious foreigner Cora (Sofia Boutella) becomes the only hope for survival and is tasked with finding skilled fighters to join her in the impossible task of fighting such a powerful foe. Cora gathers a handful of warriors into a small group consisting of outcasts, rebels, farmers and war orphans from many planets, united by a great desire for redemption and revenge. When the dark shadow of an entire empire looms over an unexpected moon, a battle for the future of the galaxy begins and a new army of heroes is formed.
What movie are you most looking forward to on Netflix this fall?