For this weekend, for the new Netflix movies, we see the three-part movies Fear Street Trilogy, an animated film Vivo, teen drama series The Kissing Booth 3 and much more. These are all the new Netflix treats broken down by plot with their trailers.
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A list of the Netflix movies you can watch
Fear Street Trilogy
With the Fear Street Trilogy, based on R.L. Stine’s books, Netflix has a three-part movie series this summer. Each film takes place in a separate year, but they are all connected. The first features a group of teenagers in 1994 who live in an Ohio town plagued by strange deaths. The second film is set in 1978 and revolves around terrifying incidents that occur during a summer camp. The third takes place in 1666 and revolves around witch hunts. The Trilogy is currently streaming.
This animated film is about a kinkajou (a little, charming creature) who lives in Havana, Cuba, with his owner and starts on an expedition to deliver a love letter. Lin-Manuel Miranda, Gloria Estefan, and Zoe Saldana are among the voice actors. Miranda also wrote the songs for the movie. To be released on August 6th.
The Kissing Booth 3
In the final instalment of the Kissing Booth series, Joey King, Jacob Elordi, and Joel Courtney return for more teen drama and shenanigans. This time, Elle, King’s character, must choose between going to college with her boyfriend or with her closest friend. It will be released on August 11th.
John is the star of Malcolm & Marie. Beckett is an action thriller starring David Washington and Alicia Vikander. They play a couple on vacation in Greece who becomes embroiled in a hazardous plot. To be released on August 13th.
In Sweet Girl, Jason Momoa is out for vengeance. The drama revolves around a guy seeking justice for his wife’s death while also safeguarding his daughter (Isabela Merced). To be released on August 20th.
He’s All That
A gender-swapped remake of the original She’s All That was released. He’s All That stars TikTok’s Addison Rae as Padgett, a high schooler who wants to convert an unpopular kid in her class (Tanner Buchanan) become prom king. Rachael Leigh Cook, who played Padgett’s mother in the first film, reprises her role.
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