Netflix unveiled their upcoming original films, with Jennifer Lopez, Jamie Foxx, Jason Momoa and more in starring roles.
We’re just one month into 2022, but Netflix couldn’t wait any longer. The streaming platform has dropped a surprise preview of what films are to come for the next 11 months, from comedy Day Shift starring Jamie Foxx to Halloween film Boo! starring Marlon Wayans. Foxx will also star in fellow comedy film They Cloned Tyrone with John Boyega and Teyonah Parris.
Jennifer Lopez will be in documentary centering her life in 2019 when she turned 50, when she starred in heist film Hustlers and was preparing to co-headline the Super Bowl with Shakira. Following her 2021 directorial debut Bruised, Halle Berry will return to the platform in sci-fi adventure film The Mothership directed by Matt Charman.
From director Henry Selick comes stop motion comedy Wendall & Wild, starring Keegan Michael-Key and Jordan Peele, who also co-wrote the film. Wendall & Wild will be the most recent collaboration between the duo since their Comedy Central series Key & Peele ended in 2015.
From the wicked minds of director Henry Selick & co-writer @JordanPeele, comes WENDELL & WILD, a tale of two scheming demon brothers (@KeeganMKey & Peele), who enlist 13-year-old Kat to summon them to the Land of the Living. All told through the hand-made artistry of stop motion. pic.twitter.com/00qwLyJ8L8
— NetflixFilm (@NetflixFilm) February 3, 2022
Netflix will also be releasing a sequel to 2019 mystery film Knives Out with appearances from Janelle Monáe and Leslie Odom Jr. Like Foxx, Jason Momoa will also be in two Netflix films, The Sea Beast about a dangerous sea monster and fantasy comedy-adventure Slumberland.
While some films have unreported release dates, below are some top Netflix films to look forward to in 2022.
Slumberland (Jason Momoa)
The Gray Man (Chris Evans, Ryan Gosling)
Enola Holmes 2 (Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill)
The Adam Project (Ryan Reynolds, Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruffalo)
Knives Out 2
The Mothership (Halle Berry)
Hustle (Adam Sandler)
Spaceman (Adam Sandler)
The Cloned Tyrone (Jamie Foxx, John Boyega)
Day Shift (Jamie Foxx)
The School for Good and Evil (Charlize Theron, Kerry Washington)
You People (Jonah Hill, Eddie Murphy)
Me Time (Kevin Hart, Mark Wahlberg)
Wendell & Wild (Jordan Peele, Keegan-Michael Key)
The Sea Beast (Jason Momoa)