13 Top New Movies on Netflix Today

Anticipate a tonne of threequels, sequels, and top new movies on Netflix today, some of which may have been postponed because of the Hollywood strikes.

There will still be a wide variety of films available for viewing in the upcoming year, even though the strikes by actors and writers may have delayed some movies’ production and release dates.

There are many options available if superhero and comic book movies are your thing, including “Madame Web,” “Deadpool 3,” “Venom 3,” and “Joker: Folie a Deux.” 

Amazing New Movies on Netflix Today

Here are the top new movies on Netflix today that we can’t wait to see in 2024.

1. Mean Girls

No, 2024’s “Mean Girls” isn’t precisely a reimagining of the beloved original 2004 picture; rather, it’s a Broadway musical that made its debut in 2018.

Even so, the plot is largely unchanged, albeit with songs added. Cady (Angourie Rice) joins the world of high school, where she is drawn into Regina George’s (Renée Rapp) group, The Plastics.

After forming feelings for Regina’s former boyfriend, Aaron Samuels (Christopher Briney), Cady and her friends devise a scheme to undermine Regina and undermine her status within the high school community.

2. Kung Fu Panda 4

In the fourth chapter of the acclaimed DreamWorks series “Kung Fu Panda 4,” Master Shifu (Dustin Hoffman) informs Panda Po (Jack Black) that he will now serve as the Spiritual Leader of the Valley of Peace rather than the Dragon Warrior.

This is soon cut short by the arrival of The Chameleon (Viola Davis), a shape-shifting sorceress who wants to destroy Po by absorbing the kung fu of all the villains. Noodles will have to wait, I suppose.

3. Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire

“Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire,” the 2021 follow-up to “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” depicts the Spengler family’s journey from Oklahoma to the New York fire station from the original 1984 “Ghostbusters” movie.

They encounter the original Ghostbusters there and find themselves having to “bust” the Death Chill, a menacing force.

4. Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

In “Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire,” Godzilla and King Kong are now allies rather than rivals.

The movie, a follow-up to 2021’s “Godzilla vs. Kong,” centers on the two enduring characters teaming up to take on a fresh foe.

5. Challengers

“Challengers,” a seductive romantic comedy sports drama directed by Luca Guadignino, stars Zendaya as tennis coach Tashi, who has coached her husband Art Donaldson (Mike Faist) to tennis stardom.

Following a run of defeats for Art, Tashi enters him in a challengers tournament against none other than Patrick (Josh O’Connor), Tashi’s ex-boyfriend and Art’s previous closest friend. It soon becomes evident that conflicts outside of the court are the root of tensions within it.

6. The Fall Guy

Ryan Gosling, star of “Barbie,” makes a comeback in an action comedy movie based on the 1980s television series “The Fall Guy.” The movie follows actor Ryan Gosling’s character, stuntman Colt Seavers, as he works on a movie that his ex-girlfriend, Emily Blunt’s character, is directing.

As one might expect, once the movie’s star vanishes and Colt sets out to find her, things don’t go as planned.

7. Back to Black

The late, seductive singer Amy Winehouse is portrayed by Marisa Abela of “Industry” in a Sam Taylor-Johnson biopic.

The movie, which is told from the singer’s point of view, examines her ascent to stardom, her tumultuous life, and the release of the album “Back to Black.” Leslie Manville and Jack O’Connell co-star.

8. IF

In the comedy film “IF,” which he also wrote and directed, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Ryan Reynolds, and Krasinski narrate the story of what would happen if your imaginary friends actually existed.

When a young girl begins to notice the imaginary friends that people around her have made, she will discover the answer to that question.

9. Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

“Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga,” which features Anya Taylor-Joy as a young Imperator Furiosa (Charlize Theron’s character), is the next installment in George Miller’s “Mad Max” franchise.

Furiosa must find her way back home after being thrust into a Biker Horde under the command of Warlord Dementus (Chris Hemsworth).

10. Garfield

The latest animated feature in the series, which follows Bill Murray’s 2004 film “Garfield: The Movie” and its 2006 sequel “Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties,” stars Chris Pratt and Samuel L. Jackson in the world created by comic book creator Jim Davis.

Jackson will play his father Vic, a new character, while Pratt will play the title orange cat.

11. Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

The newest film in the 20th Century Studios series, “War for the Planet of the Apes,” will take place several generations after Caesar died in 2017 and pick up with apes now being the dominant species.

A young ape must make choices that will determine the fate of both apes and humans as a new despotic ape begins to construct an empire. Owen Teague, Kevin Durand, Freya Allen, William H. Macy, and Peter Macon make up the cast.

12. Hit Man

Glen Powell plays a Houston police associate who poses as an assassin in order to apprehend willing targets in this new Richard Linklater Netflix film, which is based on Skip Hollandsworth’s eponymous 2001 Texas Monthly magazine article.

However, mischief is guaranteed when he finds himself becoming involved in rescuing Adria Arjona, a woman who is in an abusive relationship. The remaining cast members are Molly Bernard, Retta, and Austin Amelio.

13. The Crow

This fifth installment of “The Crow” reboot features Bill Skarsgard, Danny Huston, and FKA Twigs.

The long-awaited supernatural superhero movie, directed by Rupert Sanders, stars Inger Skarsgard as the Crow, a murdered musician out to exact revenge on both his own and his fiancée’s deaths.

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