'Enola Holmes'

As I did in February, Netflix bangs on the table again announcing the release schedule for the remainder of the year. Some release dates were already known (such as the long-awaited ‘Daggers in the Back: The Mystery of the Glass Onion’ by Rian Johnson, which arrives on December 23, ‘Enola Holmes’ on November 4 or ‘Blonde’, which will do so on September 23), but Netflix has decided to date the rest of its most important releases, specifying in some cases the window of days that separates the theatrical release from the arrival on the platform.

Among the highlights is Alejandro González Iñárritu’s new film. The director of ‘The Revenant’ will present his new film at the Venice Film Festival, ‘Bardo or the false chronicle of a few truths’ (which is so reminiscent in its title of ‘Birdman or (the unexpected virtue of ignorance)’), which will arrive on Netflix on December 16 after a premiere in theaters in Mexico dated October 27 and another in US theaters. USA on November 4. It will be one of the films on the platform with the longest exclusivity time in theaters. For its part, the drama ‘The Good Nurse’, starring Jessica Chastain and Eddie Redmayne and produced by Darren Aronofsky, will hit theaters on October 19 and will land on the platform a week later, on September 26.

As to ‘White Noise’, the new Noah Baumbach (‘Stories of marriage’) starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, will also pass through Venice before its premiere: November 25 in theaters and December 30 on Netflix. It also highlights the return of Henry Selick, author of ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’ and ‘The Worlds of Coraline’, who premieres ‘Wendell and Wid’ on October 21 in theaters and on the 28th of that month on the platform.

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Calendar of Netflix movie releases for the last months of 2022


– ‘Neighbors’ (Brazilian fantasy comedy film): September 1.

– ‘La villa del amor’ (romantic comedy from the director of ‘Ghost Rider. Ghost Rider’): September 1.

– ‘Eva and Beba’, ‘Eva and Beba: Concenadas to dance’ and ‘Eva and Beba and the ghost of the girls’ bathroom’: September 2.

– ‘The Anthrax Attacks’ (documentary about 9/11): September 8.

– ‘End of the journey’: September 9.

– ‘Home adrift’ (fantasy anime): September 16.

– ‘Revancha ya’ (teen drama with Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke): September 16.

– ‘Lou’ (thriller produced by JJ Abrams): September 23.

– ‘Secrets, lies, passions and jazz’: September 16 in theaters and September 23 on Netflix.

– ‘Athena’: September 9 in theaters and September 23 on Netflix.

– ‘Blonde’ (with Ana de Armas as Marilyn Monroe): September 16 in theaters and September 28 on Netflix.


– ‘Mr. Harrigan’s Phone’: October 5.

– ‘Luckiest Girl Alive’ (with Mila Kunis): September 30 in theaters and October 7 on Netflix.

– ‘The Redeem Team’ (documentary about basketball with LeBron James): October 7

– ‘The Curse of Bridge Hollow’: October 14.

– ‘The School For Good and Evil’: October 19.

– ‘Descent’: in theaters and on Netflix on October 21,

– ‘The Good Nurse’: October 19 in theaters and October 26 on Netflix.

– ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’: September 29 in theaters and October 28 on Netflix.

– ‘Wendell and Wild (the new Henry Selick): October 21 in theaters and October 28 on Netflix.

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– ‘Enola Holmes’ (with Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill): November 4.

– ‘Falling for Christmas’ (with Lindsay Lohan): November 10.

– ‘Is That Black Enough For You?!?’: November 11.

– ‘Capturing The Killer Nurse’: November 11.

– ‘In Her Hands’: November 9 in theaters and November 16 on Netflix,

– ‘Christmas With You’: November 17.

– ‘The Country of Dreams’ (with Jason Momoa and directed by Francis Lawrence): November 18.

– ‘The Swimmers’ (by Sally El Hosaini): November 23.

– ‘The Noel Diary’ (directed by Charles Shyer): November 24.

– ‘My Father’s Dragon’ (from the study of ‘The song of the sea’): date to be confirmed.

– ‘Monica, O My Darling’: date to be confirmed.


– ‘Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro’: dates in theaters to be confirmed and on December 9 on Netflix.

– ‘The Volcano: Rescue From Whakaari’: December 9 in theaters and December 16 on Netflix.

– ‘Bardo or The false chronicle of some true accounts’ (the new film by Alejandro González Iñárritu): October 27 in Mexican theaters, November 4 in American theaters and December 16 on Netflix.

– ‘The Seven Deadly Sins: Grudge Of Edinburgh Part 1’: December 20,

– ‘Daggers in the back: The mystery of Glass Onion’: in theaters date to be confirmed and December 23 on Netflix.

– ‘Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical’: December 9 in theaters and December 25 on Netflix.

– ‘White Noise’ (Noah Baumbach’s new film): November 25 in theaters and December 30 on Netflix.

– ‘Lady Chatterley’s Lover’: date to be confirmed.

– ‘The Wonder’ (Victorian drama with Florence Pugh): date to be confirmed.

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– ‘Scrooge: A Christmas Carol’ (with voices by Luke Evans and Olivia Colman): November 18 in theaters and December 2 on Netflix.

– ‘The Pale Blue Eye’ (based on stories by Edgar Allan Poe and with Christian Bale): December 23 in theaters and January 6, 2023 on Netflix.


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