Netflix Tightens Grip on Hollywood, Announcing 80 Original Films for 2022

If you haven’t noticed, Netflix has held Hollywood in a chokehold for years, and their latest move has only tightened its grip. The streaming giant recently revealed the complete list of original films launching in 2022, and the number is staggering. Netflix will release more than 80 movies this year, including one new release per week.

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Further flexing on the entire industry, they released a star-studded promo, which shows A-listers including Henry Cavill, Jamie Foxx, Charlize Theron and Ryan Gosling all speak directly to the camera whilst in character. Other top talents like Ryan Reynolds, Halle Berry, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Wahlberg, Kevin Hart and Jason Momoa featured with messages about their upcoming films.

As you’d expect, top filmmakers will feature throughout each project including Guillermo del Toro, Rian Johnson, George C. Wolfe, Anthony and Joe Russo, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Niki Caro, Nora Twomey, Sally El Hosaini,  Judd Apatow, Noah Baumbach, Richard Linklater, Kenya Barris, Paul Feig, Tyler Perry, Shawn Levy and Francis Lawrence.

Netflix published the full catalogue of films coming in 2022 on its Tudum website. Among the endless amount of content, release dates have been disclosed for several upcoming titles, as seen below.

February 4: Through My Window (A Través De Mi Ventana)
February 11: Tall Girl 2, Bigbug and Love and Leashes
February 18: Texas Chainsaw Massacre
February 25: Tyler Perry’s A Madea Homecoming
March 2: Against the Ice
March 3: The Weekend Away
March 11: The Adam Project
March 17: Rescued by Ruby
March 18: Windfall and Black Crab
April 15: Choose or Die
April 22: Along for the Ride
April 28: Bubble
May 11: Operation Mincemeat
May 13: Senior Year

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