Netflix Unveils ‘Murder Mystery 2,’ Zack Snyder's ‘Rebel Moon’ Footage in 2023 Movie Preview
Netflix Unveils ‘Murder Mystery 2,’ Zack Snyder's ‘Rebel Moon’ Footage in 2023 Movie Preview
Netflix has unveiled its 2023 movie preview, which includes Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler’s whodunit sequel “Murder Mystery 2,” Zack Snyder’s spac...

By Rebecca Rubin

Film and Media Reporter

Netflix has unveiled its 2023 film preview, which incorporates Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler’s whodunit sequel “Murder Mystery 2,” Zack Snyder’s place epic “Rebel Moon,” director David Fincher’s assassin thriller “The Killer” and at the least 30 special movies.

It’s a smaller — though nonetheless notable — output in comparison to previous years. In 2021 and yet again in 2022, Netflix debuted more or less 70 films in its promise to most beneficial at the least one film each week. But after a difficult duration for the business enterprise, collectively with layoffs and its first quarterly subscriber loss in quite a while, it has scaled lower lower back the number of movies on time table.

A new sizzle reel launched on Wednesday doesn’t stay at the negative. After touting “Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery,” Guillermo del Toro’s “Pinocchio” and exclusive buzzy 2022 services, Netflix showcased the first look at upcoming tentpoles collectively with Chris Hemsworth’s explosive sequel “Extraction 2,” Gal Gadot’s undercover agent mystery “The Heart of Stone” and Millie Bobby Brown’s medieval movement tale “Damsel.”

There’s in reality no scarcity of massive stars within the trailer, with initiatives on deck from Jonah Hill and Eddie Murphy (“You People), Julia Roberts and Mahershala Ali (“Leave the World Behind), Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher (“Your Place or Mine), Kevin Hart (“Lift”), Idris Elba (“Luther: The Fallen Son”) and Jamie Foxx (“They Cloned Tyrone).

As a part of Wednesday’s teaser trailer, Netflix furnished perception on a few movies that have been previously shrouded in mystery.

For one, there’s “Leo,” previously called “Untitled Adam Sandler Animated,” for you to drop at the streamer on Nov. 22. The coming-of-age energetic musical comedy, presenting the vocal competencies of Sandler, takes location over the past yr of wellknown college — as visible via the eyes of a class domestic dog. Here’s the logline: “Jaded 74 twelve months-vintage lizard Leo (Sandler) has been stuck within the same Florida have a look at room for many years collectively along with his terrarium-mate turtle (Bill Burr). When he learns he best has 365 days left to stay, he plans to escape to enjoy life on the outside, but alternatively gets stuck up within the problems of his stressful college college students – which includes an impossibly mean substitute instructor. It ends up being the strangest however maximum profitable bucket listing ever.” Cecily Strong, Jason Alexander, Rob Schneider, Sadie and Sunny Sandler, Heidi Gardner, Nick Swardson and Stephanie Hsu spherical out the voice solid.

There’s additionally new information approximately “Murder Mystery 2,” as a manner to drop on March 31. In the sequel, Sandler and Aniston’s characters Nick and Audrey Spitz have turn out to be complete-time detectives who're suffering to get their personal eye organization off the floor. They find themselves on the center of an worldwide abduction whilst their friend, the Maharaja, is kidnapped at his very own lavish wedding.

For sci-fi lovers, Netflix discovered the plot description for Snyder’s grand delusion adventure “Rebel Moon,” which is ready to debut on Dec. 22. According to the logline, the story starts offevolved offevolved as “a peaceful colony on the threshold of the galaxy reveals itself threatened via the armies of the tyrannical Regent Balisarius.” So, “they dispatch a younger woman with a mysterious past named Kora to are seeking for out warriors from neighboring planets to assist them take a stand.”

And ultimately, for track buffs, there’s Bradley Cooper’s Leonard Bernstein film “Maestro.” Described as a “love letter to life and art” and “an emotionally epic portrayal of circle of relatives and love,” the film captures the lifelong courting amongst famed conductor Leonard Bernstein (Cooper) and Felicia Montealegre Cohn Bernstein (Carey Mulligan). Cooper additionally co-wrote and directed the film, which doesn’t but have a launch date.

Netflix did, but, percent launch dates for “We Have a Ghost,” a comedy with David Harbour (Feb. 24); the Jennifer Lopez-led murderer mystery “The Mother” (May 12); Hemsworth’s “Extraction 2” (June 16); “They Cloned Tyrone,” a funny sci-fi tale with John Boyega, Foxx and Teyonah Parris (July 21); Gadot’s “Heart of Stone” (Aug. Eleven); the Emily Blunt and Chris Evans-led conspiracy drama “Pain Hustlers” (Oct. 27) and “The Killer” with Michael Fassbender (Nov. 10).

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