What better time than the Christmas holidays to spend a long time watching movies and entire TV series?! In addition to recovering all those that you would have liked to watch during the year, but for which you have not had time, discover the new releases of December by Netflix.
Marriage Story: Scarlett Johansson and Adam Driver are Nicole and Charlie, a couple in the middle of the divorce, in this film presented at the Venice Film Festival and praised by critics.
This film allows the audience to enter into the intimacy of a family, like many but in its own unique way, of its problems and its crises, while offering the director Noah Baumbach the opportunity to explore the issue of divorce from within. The story of marriage has already received several awards, including three nominations for the Independent Spirit Awards, two for the Hollywood Film Awards, and one for Best International Independent Film at the British Independent Film Awards.
Marriage Story will be available on Netflix from Friday, December 6.
6 Underground: Looks like Ryan Reynolds found his comfort zone in the action movies. After the latest Deadpool 2 and Fast & Furious – Hobbs & Shaw, the Canadian actor arrives on Netflix with an action film that presents a new kind of hero, one who doesn’t want to be remembered.
The plot follows the events and adventures of six individuals who seem to have appeared out of nowhere and who, together, fight all kinds of crime in the hope that their actions, and not their faces, will be remembered.
“What’s the best part of being dead? The freedom!”
6 Underground will be available from Friday, December 13.
The Witcher: This new original Netflix series is a television adaptation of a series of fantasy novels born from the idea of Polish writer Andrzej Sapkowski. Before becoming a series, the books became a video game that made its debut more than 10 years ago.
In The Witcher, the main character, a warrior who is hired by several people to kill monsters that threaten humans, is played by Henry Cavil, known internationally for his performance of Superman in both Man of Steel and Batman v Superman: Dawn Justice.
The Witcher will be available from Friday, December 20.
The Two Popes: Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce are Pope Benedict XVI and Pope Francis in the series directed by Fernando Meirelles. The episodes will tell the story of the period that led the first to renounce his office and the election of the second.
Only with the trailer, The Two Popes created great expectations, both for the two actors chosen and for the theme addressed. Who wouldn’t want to go to the Vatican and spy on the Pope’s private conversations?!
The Two Popes will be available from Friday, December 20.
YOU: Apparently, Netflix doesn’t want us to finish this 2019 quietly. Our Boxing Day will be accompanied by the chilling figure of Joe Goldberg, always played by Penn Badgley. Apparently the second season of YOU will continue to follow the plot of Caroline Kepnes’ novels, in particular, Hidden Bodies.
For the moment there is no more news and we are waiting for the first trailer.
YOU will be available from Thursday, December 26.