Netflix Reveals Full Slate of 2023 Films

From Chris Hemsworth to Chris Evans—and a slew of non-Chris named stars in between—Netflix has revealed its entire 2023 film slate via a new trailer.

Netflix is releasing 49 new films this year, with some huge names and huge collaborations between stars and top-flight directors. Some of the marquee releases include David Fincher’s The Killer, based on Alexis Nolent’s graphic novel and starring Michael Fassbender and Tilda Swinton, David Yates’s Pain Hustlers, starring Emily Blunt and Chris Evans, and Zack Snyder’s sci-fi epic Rebel Moon, starring Charlie Hunnam and Sofia Boutella.

There’s more, a lot more. That other Chris (Hemsworth) returns in the action thriller Extraction 2, Gal Gadot stars in the spy drama Heart of Stone, and director Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail’s apocalyptic drama Leave the World Behind, an adaptation of Rumaan Alam’s novel starring Ethan Hawke, Julia Roberts, Kevin Bacon, and Mahershala Ali, debuts this year.

Idris Elba appears in Luther: The Fallen Sun, reprising his beloved TV role of detective John Luther; Millie Bobby Brown stars in the fantasy film Damsel, and Nicole Kidman, Zac Efron, and Joey King star in the comedy A Family Affair.

We’re still waiting on word on when Bradley Cooper’s Bernstein, which he directs and stars in, will premiere, and ditto Wes Anderson’s adaptation of Roald Dahl’s work, but there’s plenty here to sink your teeth into.

Check out the trailer below for the current full slate of Netflix films coming out this year:

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Featured image: Extraction 2. (Pictured) Chris Hemsworth as Tyler Rake in Extraction 2. Cr. Jason Boland/Netflix © 2021



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