Netflix: 10 most anticipated movies of 2022 on streaming

The streaming platform Netflix has been investing more and more in film production over the past few years and, in 2021 alone, it launched a production every week.

Now, the giant in the world of films and series has a selection of 86 works to be released in the year 2022 and has released a trailer with the main projects for this year.

So, check out the selection of the 10 most anticipated movies on Netflix in 2022 below.

10. The Adam Project

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This production will bring together stars Mark Ruffalo and Ryan Reynolds with a direction by Shawn Levy to accompany a time travel plot. Thus, Ryan will play an airplane pilot who finds his younger self and goes in search of his father, who will be played by Ruffalo in the work.

9. Day Shift

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The streaming platform continues to venture into the supernatural universe and, in this work, will bring actor Jamie Foxx to life as a single father who owns a cleaning business. What many don’t know is that the company is just a front for him to be able to hunt vampires without being noticed.

8. They Cloned Tyrone

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Jamie Foxx will be part of another production of the platform and will join John Boyega and Teyonah Parris in the film They Cloned Tyronewhich will follow a trio of unlikely allies uncovering a huge government conspiracy and all the plots in the fight to bring down the project.

7. The Gray Man

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Brothers Joe and Anthony Russo will take a break from the MCU to produce this new spy thriller for the streaming platform, which will follow Ryan Gosling and Chris Evans as an ex-CIA agent who is looking to win a global manhunt and a spy agent who started this race, respectively.

6. Between Knives and Secrets 2

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The success Between Knives and Secrets will win a sequel produced by the platform, after the great results of the film at the box office. Thus, we will again see Daniel Craig’s Detective Benoit Blanc, traveling to Greece to solve a new case that involves a new cast with big names such as Edward Norton, Jessica Henwick, Dave Bautista, Kathryn Hahn and Ethan Hawke.

5. Wendell e Wild

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Jordan Peele will team up with Keegan Michael-Key for this new animation that will be released this year on Netflix. The film will portray two brothers, played by the actors, on a long journey to escape hell.

4. Pinocchio

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Pinocchio will be a stop-motion produced by cinema legend Guillermo del Toro and will give a new vision to the classic wooden puppet story, set entirely in Facist Italy and directed also by the legends Jim Henson Company and Mark Gustafon, who worked alongside Guillermo at work.

3. Slumberland

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This production will follow a girl named Nema (Marlow Barkley) as she travels to Slumberland to see her father (Kyle Chandler) and all the plots that develop along the way, as the journey will not be as smooth as she hopes. The girl will meet with an outlaw known as Flip (Jason Momoa) and will count on her help to find out where her father is in this unknown world full of new adventures for her.

2. The School for Good and Evil

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Entering even further into the world of fantasy, the work based on the novels by Soman Chainani will accompany friends Sophie and Agatha on their adventures as they enter, together, a school for magical beings. With this, Netflix seeks to enter this universe of fantastic beings and embark on the return of great successes, such as Percy Jacksonwhich will be produced by HBO Max.

1. The Mothership

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Halle Berry returns to Netflix for production The Mothership in 2022, giving life to Sara Morse, who finds, with her children, a mysterious object under her house, a year after the disappearance of her husband. Thus, the platform will offer a great sci-fi thriller with a bit of suspense.

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