The Most Anticipated Movies Still to Come in 2021

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Don’t Look Up
> Anticipated: Coming to Netflix in 2021

It’s the end of the world as we know it and (almost) everyone feels a little too fine in this satirical comedy from Adam McKay. Determined to warn mankind of the impending doom, two astronomers (Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence) embark on a massive media tour.

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The Harder They Fall
> Anticipated: Coming to Netflix in 2021

Jay-Z co-produced this revenge-fueled Western, starring a veritable who’s who of distinguished Black stars. Upon learning that his nemesis has been released from prison, a rugged outlaw (Jonathan Majors) gets the old gang back together for one last job.

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There’s Someone Inside Your House
> Anticipated: Premieres on Netflix in 2021

A horror novel from 2017 lays the groundwork for this Netflix slasher, in which a masked killer targets soon-to-be high school grads. As the body count rises, a deeply buried secret inches closer to the surface.

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Blonde
> Anticipated: Premieres on Netflix in 2021

Ana de Armas plays Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe in this fictionalized biopic, based on a novel by Joyce Carol Oates. The film was in development for over a decade, with at least two high-profile actresses reportedly dropping out of the lead role. It’s been described by director Andrew Dominik as an “avalanche of images and events.”

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The Power of the Dog
> Anticipated: Expected in Theaters in 2021

Oscar-winning director Jane Campion’s first feature film in over a decade offers a tale of bitter jealousy and brutal sibling rivalry. Set in Montana in the early 20th century, it finds a callous ranch owner turning against his own brother over a woman. Kirsten Dunst, Jesse Plemons, and Benedict Cumberbatch star.