Netflix announces list of more than 25 films for 2020: from David Fincher to Barraca do Beijo 2!

Netflix announces list of more than 25 films for 2020: from David Fincher to Barraca do Beijo 2!

2019 was an excellent year for Netflix.

The streaming service continued to invest in its most commercial films, and most of them were Noah Centineo, but we also had big projects like The Irish, Two Popes, and History of a Wedding.

And on the night of the 3rd, the platform released a list of 20 films for 2020.

We have movies from Ryan Murphy, of David Fincher, For All the Boys I’ve Loved 2, of course The Kissing Booth 2.

Many of them have no release date so we will leave the list as announced by the company on Twitter.

Another year of movies is ahead of us! We’ve mentioned a lot of these films already, but here’s a handy list of all the films coming to Netflix this year… so far. (thread)

– NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) January 3, 2020

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From the director Lana Wilson. Miss Americana is an exciting and vicious look at the singer Taylor Swift. She accompanies one of the most iconic artists of recent times as she embraces her role as a composer and artist, but also as a woman who begins to take full advantage of her voice.

The feature will premiere at the Sundance Festival 2020 in January.

MANK

From the principal David Fincher, the film will follow the events surrounding the film’s production Citizen Kane. In the cast we have
Gary Oldman, Amanda Seyfried, Charles Dance, and Lily Collins.

UNCORKED

First feature film Prenteice Penny. In the cast we have Mamoudou Athie, Courtney B. Vance, and Niecy Nash. In the feature we will accompany Elijah (Athie) who needs to reconcile his dream of becoming a sommelier with the expectations that his father has that he will take over the family restaurant chain.

REBECCA

From the principal Ben Wheatly. Rebecca is a new adaptation of the novel by Daphne Du Maurier (already adapted by Hichcock in the 1940s) accompanying a newly married couple, where the young wife (Lily James) finds the shadows of her husband’s first wife (Armie Hammer) already deceased, the mysterious Rebecca.

HILLBILLY ELEGY

From the principal Ron Howard in the cast we have Amy Adams, Glenn Close, and Gabriel Basso. The film is an adaptation of JD Vance’s memoir with the same name that accompanies three generations of an Appalachian family in search of the American dream.

DA 5 BLOODS

From the principal Spike Lee in the cast we have Chadwick Boseman, Paul Walter Hauser, Norm Lewis, Delroy Lindo, and Jonathan Majors. The film follows a group of Afro-descendant veterans who fought in Vietnam in search of their leader and the promise of a hidden treasure.

THE BOYS IN THE BAND

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From the producer Ryan Murphy, the feature is an adaptation by Joe Mantello of the play of the same name that accompanies a group of gay friends who get together to celebrate the birthday of one of them. When the host’s unassumed roommate shows up uninvited, the night gets even more hectic. TO ALL THE BOYS: PS I LOVE YOU

Lara Jean (Lana Condor) and Peter (Noah Centineo) just took over their romance when another boy (Jordan Fisher) of your cards appears in the play.

It arrives in the catalog on February 12th.

EUROVISION

When aspiring musicians Lars (Will Ferrell) and Sigrit (Rachel McAdams) gain the unique opportunity to represent their countries in the biggest musical competition event, they finally have the chance to prove that any dream is worth believing.

I’M THINKING OF ENDING THINGS

From the principal Charlies Kaufman. An ordinary car trip becomes a mixture of tension, psychological suspense and a hint of terror. In the cast we have Jesse Plemons, Jessie Buckley, Toni Collette, and David Thewlis.

ALL THE BRIGHT PLACES

Based on the book by Jennifer Niven, the director Brett Haley tells the story of Violet Markey (Elle Fanning) and Theodore Finch (Justice Smith), a couple that when they met changed their lives forever.

Arrives in the catalog on February 28.

THE LAST THING HE WANTED

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From the director Dee Rees, the film is an adaptation of Joan Didion who accompanies a Washington journalist (Anne Hathaway) who finds it difficult to write a story because it is too close to the facts. In the cast we still have Willem Dafoe and Ben Affleck.

The feature will premiere at the Sundance Festival 2020 in January.

The Limit of Betrayal, by Tyler Perry

Disappointed after discovering a case of her ex-husband, Grace Waters (Crystal Fox) finds happiness in a new love. But when secrets surface, Grace’s vulnerable side becomes violent. An electrifying thriller with Phylicia Rashad, Bresha Webb, Mehcad Brooks, Cicely.

It arrives in the catalog on February 17th.

TIGERTAIL

From the screenwriter and director Alan Yang we follow the story of an industrial worker in Taiwan who leaves the country to seek an opportunity in the USA. Thus, he begins to struggle to develop a connection with the new country and its new responsibilities.

THE WILLOUGHBYS

Convinced that they can raise themselves, Willoughby kids come up with a plan to send their selfish parents on vacation. Thus, they will embark on their own adventure to discover the true meaning of what it is to be a family.

The Kissing Booth 2

Elle (Joey King) and Noah (Jacob Elordi) they just had the most romantic summer of their lives, but after the boy goes to Harward, Elle struggles to keep the relationship alive at a distance. The girl’s situation gets even more complicated when she has to deal with her own college submissions with her friend Lee (Joel Courtney) and the arrival of a new classmate Marco (Taylor Perez).

THE HALF OF IT

From the director and screenwriter Alice Wu, in the film we accompany a shy 10-note student called Ellie who is hired by Paul, a sweet athlete but without any articulation, to invite the most popular girl in high school to go out. But this new and unexpected friendship will show Ellie that she also has a crush on the same girl.

DICK JOHNSON IS DEAD

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The principal Kirsten Johnson a way to keep your 86-year-old father alive by staging fantasies of death and other things. Thus, father and film confront the great inevitability that awaits us all.

The feature will premiere at the Sundance Festival 2020 in January.

OUT OF THE FIRE

Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth) is a black market mercenary who has nothing to lose when his skills are commissioned to help save the film from an international kidnapped criminal. Direction of Sam Hargrave.

LOST GIRLS

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Inspired by real events, the director Liz Garbus tells the story of the police officer Mari Gilbert (Amy Ryan) who investigates the disappearance of his daughter. The search for the young woman takes her to a community where more than 10 call girls have been murdered.

The feature will premiere at the Sundance Festival 2020 in January.

JINGLE JANGLE

From the writer and director David E. Talbert, the feature is described as a year-end musical about a doll maker, his granddaughter, and a magical invention. In the cast we have Forest Whitaker, Keegan-Michael Key and Madelen Mills.

THE PROM

With direction Ryan Murphy and based on the Broadway musical we will follow the story of a young lesbian who is banned from prom for wanting to dance with her partner. Thus, the local theater cast stands ready to help protest and mobilize residents of this small Indiana town to fight for their rights. In the cast we have Meryl Streep, James Corden and Nicole Kidman.

COFFEE & KAREEM

A Detroit city police officer unwillingly teams up with his girlfriend’s 11-year-old daughter to clear his name and take down the city’s most dangerous thug. In the cast we have Ed Helms and Taraji P. Henson.

OVER THE MOON

In Glen Keane this film will tell the adventures of a little girl who builds a spaceship to travel to the Moon and prove that the legendary Moon Goddess really exists.

SERGIO

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Spenser (Mark Wahlberg, right) and Hawk (Winston Duke) are an unlikely crime-fighting pair in the Netflix action comedy "Spenser Confidential."Photo: Netflix / USA TOday

Starring the actor Mark Wahlberg and directed by Peter Berg. In the feature we accompany a former police officer Spenser (Wahlberg) who moves in with an aspiring MMA fighter named Hawk (Winston Duke) that has a giant criminal list. Thus, the duo needs to investigate a double homicide between one trip and another at the gym. CRIP CAMP

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With production of former President Barack Obama & Michelle Obama, the feature is directed by Nicole Newnham & Jim LeBrecht and accompanies a group of teenagers with physical problems during the 70s, where they are influenced by the Woodstock movement.

The feature will premiere at the Sundance Festival 2020 in January.

THE PLATFORM

In a dystopian future, a group of prisoners living in cells on top of each other wait for their food to arrive from the upper floors.

HORSE GIRL

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In 2016, the director Emma Sullivan started documenting information about the inventor Peter Madsen. In 2017, Madsen brutally murdered Kim Wall on your submarine. The film will accompany the investigative journey.

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