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Film a week com­ing from Net­flix in ’21

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It’s a streamer’s dream. Net­flix on Tues­day con­firmed it will re­lease at least one new movie ev­ery week of 2021.

Many of the projects fea­ture fa­mous names, in­clud­ing “Bruised,” star­ring and di­rected by Halle Berry, “The Woman in the Win­dow,” led by Amy Adams, and “Red No­tice,” fea­tur­ing Gal Gadot, Dwayne John­son and Ryan Reynolds.

A promo shared by the stream­ing ser­vice Tues­day in­cluded short clips from many of the films, as well as videos of some of the stars teas­ing their projects.

“I love movies that get you into the ac­tion,” says Ja­son Mo­moa, who has “Sweet Girl” hit­ting Net­flix this year.

Jen­nifer Gar­ner, whose com­edy “Yes Day” was in­cluded in the promo, said, “I love mak­ing a movie my whole fam­ily can watch.”

Although many of the re­lease dates for Net­flix’s up­com­ing films have not been of­fi­cially an­nounced, a few big ones are com­ing in the near fu­ture. That in­cludes “Mal­colm & Marie,” star­ring John David Washington and Zen­daya (photo), which de­buts Feb. 5.

Other movies com­ing to Net­flix in 2021 in­clude Melissa McCarthy and Oc­tavia Spencer’s “Thun­der Force,” as well as the po­lit­i­cal satire “Don’t Look Up,” which stars Jen­nifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett and Leonardo DiCaprio.

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