Entertainment27 April 2021
Get ready for Netflix SPF (Summer Popcorn Films ☀️🍿📽 ). With new movies coming to you every week, we recommend you reapply at least four times a month for full cinematic fun.
Netflix will fill your calendar all summer long.
Make a plan for family movie nights with The Mitchells vs. The Machines, Blue Miracle, Wish Dragon, Skater Girl, Trollhunters: Rise of the Titans, and The Loud House Movie. Spend Father’s Day with Kevin Hart’s new film Fatherhood, and catch a more unconventional parenting style with Jason Momoa kicking-ass to save his daughter in Sweet Girl. For sentimental types, have a date night with the final chapter of The Kissing Booth trilogy, Resort to Love or The Last Letter From Your Lover.
Put on some flannel and Doc Martens for 90’s nostalgia - we’re bringing back the beloved teen-scream genre with the Fear Street trilogy, and for those of you less faint-of heart, Rachael Leigh Cook is back for a gen-z update of He’s All That starring TikTok sensation Addison Rae. And to cool you down from that summer heat, we’ll serve up plenty of chills with this collection of thrillers starring some of your favorite leading women: Oxygen (Mélanie Laurent), The Woman in the Window (Amy Adams), and Beckett (Alicia Vikander).
From A to Z - all of the stars are on Netflix this summer - Addison Rae, Alicia Vikander, Amanda Seyfried, Amy Adams, Ana de la Reguera, Channing Tatum, Christina Milian, Dave Bautista, Dhanush, Felicity Jones, Gessica Kayane, Gina Rodriguez, Guillermo Del Toro, Iliza Shlesinger, Isabela Merced, Jason Mantzoukas, Jason Momoa, Jean Claude Van Damme, Jeffrey Wright, Jennifer Hudson, Joel Courtney, Joey King, John David Washington, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Kevin Hart, Liam Neeson, Lord & Miller, Matthias Schweighofer, Melanie Laurent, Omari Hardwick, Rachael Leigh Cook, Sadie Sink, Shailene Woodley, Tanner Buchanan, and Zack Snyder.
So, suit up 👙, grab a snack and prepare to spend those lazy days of summer with Zombie Elvis (Army of the Dead), vampires on planes (Blood Red Sky) and an animated George Washington voiced by Channing Tatum (America: The Motion Picture) all on Netflix.