Netflix reveals all of its original movies for 2022 – here’s what it spent your money on

NETFLIX has revealed a list of all the original movies slated for release in 2022.

The huge streaming service recently increased subscription fees in the US to fund more original content.

Netflix will release more than 80 original movies by 2022


Netflix will release more than 80 original movies by 2022

It looks like Netflix is ​​making good on that promise after revealing its lineup for 2022.

The lineup features 61 English-language live-action films, five animated films, three animated films (the first for the service), and 17 live-action films in languages ​​other than English.

Many films will star A-listers like Ryan Gosling, Ryan Reynolds, Jennifer Lopez and Charlize Theron.

The movie “Spiderhead” stars Chris Hemsworth and Miles Teller, while the comedy “You People” is directed by Kenya Barris and stars Jonah Hill and Eddie Murphy.

Filmmakers like those behind “Avengers: Endgame” and Tyler Perry have also been involved in a number of films.

Another highly anticipated Netlfix directorial debut in 2022 includes Oscar-winning director Guillermo del Toro’s “Pinocchio.”

Other movies expected to be big include “Blonde,” which stars Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe, and “The Adam Project,” which is directed by Ryan Reynolds and Shawn Levy.

Netflix revealed the lineup just before the Oscars ceremony scheduled to announce the nominations for the 2022 ceremony on Tuesday, February 8 via a global live stream.

The nominations will be announced by Leslie Jordan and Tracee Ellis Ross, and are expected to include several 2021 Netflix series such as “The Power of the Dog,” “Tick, Tick… ​​Boom!” and “Don’t look up.”

Netflix lovers can find the full list of all 2022 movies below.

Netflix Original Movie Coming in 2022

  • 13: Musical
  • 20th century girl
  • A Jazzman’s Blues
  • A perfect pair
  • Project Adam (March 11)
  • Against ice (March 2)
  • All is quiet on the Western front
  • Together for the trip (April 22)
  • Apollo 10 1/2: Childhood in the space age
  • Athena
  • Beauty
  • Big bug (February 11th)
  • Black Crab (March 18)
  • Yellow
  • Ugh!
  • Balloons (April 28)
  • Balloons
  • Carter
  • Choose or die (April 15)
  • Day shift
  • Don’t blame Karma!
  • Drifting home
  • The end of the road
  • Enola Holmes 2
  • Fall for Christmas
  • Good nurse
  • Gray Man
  • Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro
  • Hustle
  • Succession
  • Interceptor
  • Ivy & beans
  • Jung_E
  • Khufiya
  • Knife out 2
  • Lady Chatterley’s Lover
  • Love and Chains (February 11th)
  • Love in the mansion
  • The luckiest girl alive
  • Matilda (December)
  • My time
  • Metal lord
  • Monica, my darling
  • Apeman
  • Mother
  • Motherhood
  • Mr. Harrigan’s phone
  • My Father’s Dragon
  • Noel Diary
  • Mincemeat activities (May 11)
  • Light blue eyes
  • Convince
  • Purple heart
  • Qala
  • Rescued by Ruby (March 17)
  • Iron rust
  • School for good and evil
  • Sea monster
  • Final year (May 13)
  • Seoul Viber
  • Seven Deadly Sins: Edinburgh’s Hatred Part 1
  • Shirley
  • Slumberland
  • Universe man
  • Spider head
  • Swimmers
  • Take it down
  • 2 . tall girl (February 4th)
  • Texas Chainsaw Massacre (February 18)
  • They cloned Tyrone
  • Through my window (February 4th)
  • Prank
  • Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming (February 25)
  • Untitled Freddie Prinze Jr./Aimee Garcia Vacation Movie
  • The Weekend Away (3 March)
  • We have a ghost
  • Wendell & Wild
  • White noise
  • Falling wind (March 18)
  • Marvel
  • Yaksha: Cruel Operation
  • Friends everyone

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