These are the upcoming Netflix movies to be released on December
November 28, 2022
Well, now that we are in the last period of the year and the vacations are just around the corner, Netflix has confirmed all the titles that will be released next month, so today, our goal is to tell you what’s included.
Complete list of movies coming to Netflix in December
- Sony First Windows Deal: Sniper: Rebel Mission (2022) This is the latest direct-to-video entry in the feature-length Sniper series, starring Chad Michael Collins.
- Solace (2015): This is a mystery/crime thriller directed by Alfonso Pyart in which we follow the story of a psychic doctor who works with an FBI special agent to catch a serial killer. It also stars Anthony Hopkins.
- Troll (2022) Netflix Original: From director Roar Uthaug, this new monster movie features an elderly troll who wakes up on a Norwegian mountain.
- Lady Chatterley’s Lover (2022) Netflix Original: A new film adaptation of DH Lawrence’s novel, starring Emma Corrin and Jack O’Connell.
- Scrooge: A Christmas Carol (2022) Netflix Original – Christmas Exclusive Release: This time we’ll see a new animated version of Charles Dickens’ classic novel. Directed by Stephen Donnelly, this film will feature the voices of Luke Evans, Olivia Colman, and Jonathan Pryce.
- Doogal/The Magic Roundabout (2005): An animated comedy about a group of friends who embark on a dangerous journey to imprison their oppressor, the evil wizard Zeebad.
- Warriors of the Future (2022) Netflix Original: This is a Hong Kong sci-fi film about what happens when a meteor carrying a destructive plant hits the world.
- Delivery for Christmas (2022) Netflix Original: A Polish Christmas romantic comedy.
- Storks (2016): Originally from Warner Bros. Animation, this Nicholas Stoller film is about storks who go from delivering babies to delivering packages.
- Burning Patience (2022) Netflix Original: A Spanish-language drama about a young man who becomes Pablo Neruda’s mailman and becomes involved in a world of words that fuels his desire to be a poet in order to woo the woman of his dreams.
- Emily the Criminal (2022): This crime thriller starring Aubrey Plaza follows the story of a debt-laden student who must resort to scams and fraud to make a living.
- The Marriage App (2022) Netflix Original: This time, Netflix presents an Argentinian romantic comedy about a thwarted marriage spiced up by a watch-based app that rewards good deeds.
- Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio (2022) Netflix Originals: A new stop-motion adaptation of the classic tale with the touch of the very famous Mexican director
- Prisoners (2013): A mystery thriller from director Denis Villeneuve and starring Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal that tells the story of a father whose daughter is kidnapped and decides to take matters into his own hands.
- The Big 4 (2022) Netflix Original: An action film originating in Indonesia about four retired assassins who return to action to track down an elusive killer.
- BARDO, False Chronicle of a Fistful of Truths (2022) Netflix Original: Directed by Alejandro G. Iárritu, this black comedy tells the story of an acclaimed journalist and documentary filmmaker who embarks on a dreamy introspective journey to reconcile with the past, the present, and his Mexican identity.
- Time Hustler (2022) Netflix Original: Brazilian comedy film about a man hit in the head and who wakes up in 1927 and becomes a bandit.
- Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2022) Netflix Original: In this sequel, Daniel Craig returns as Benoit Blanc. The film is directed by Rian Johnson.
- They Cloned Tyrone (2022) Netflix Original: A sci-fi comedy starring John Boyega, Teyonah Parrisl, Kiefer Sutherland and Jamie Foxx.
- White Noise (2022) Netflix Original: An adaptation of the novel Don DeLillo by writer/director Noah Baumbach, starring Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, and Don Cheadle.
And finally, we’ve reached the end of the list. As you’ll see, there are countless interesting titles you should keep an eye on. All in all, Netflix has some good plans for the holidays. Any particular titles you’re looking forward to watching?