25 best upcoming Netflix movies

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Netflix has some excellent original movies in the works that you can’t afford to miss. Here are the 25 best Netflix movies that you should look out for right now.

Netflix is full of excellent original movies and TV shows. There are plenty of great Netflix movies coming up, and sometimes it can become a little too overwhelming. You can lose track of movies with a stellar cast or of the release dates. There’s no need to worry.

When it comes to Netflix Original movies, I’ve got you covered. This list contains the 25 we’re most excited to see. There’s something for everyone, whether you need a great dystopian thriller or you’re more into comedy. Love the YA rom-coms? How about something that adds a little sci-fi to your life? You like it, it’s on this list somewhere.

While going through the list, there are certain movies that stand out because of the cast list that is already attached to many. However, that’s not going to make or break a movie. It needs a great production team, a good writer, and so much more.

And let’s not forget about the importance of the plot. There are some movies on this list based on books, but there are others that are completely original in terms of content. Here’s the delve into the 25 best upcoming Netflix Original movies to check out.

25. All the Bright Places

Who’s in it: Elle Fanning, Justice Smith, Alexandra Shipp, Keegan-Michael Key, and Luke Wilson are among the stellar cast connected to this upcoming movie.

Why put it on your list: All the Bright Places has been in the works since July 2014. The film is based on the book of the same name by Jennifer Niven. Elle Fanning made it clear that she would produce and star in the movie. At the time, Miguel Arteta would direct, but that’s changed. Brett Haley is now directing the movie.

One of the most exciting elements of this production is that Niven has returned to write the screenplay. The characters are hers after all. She’s joined by Liz Hannah, allowing the female voice to shine through, which will be important for the story.

The YA novel follows Theodore Finch and Violet Markey, two friends who want to get out of their small Indian a town. While Violet is dealing with survivor’s remorse, Finch is obsessed with death. They’re both very different when it comes to social circles, but fate pulls them both together when they both have plans to kill themselves from the bell tower at the exact same time.

This is a story of passion, love, and friendship. It’s one of those that will stick with you for years to come, and it’s most definitely one you’ll need to read before the movie is released.

There’s no release date for All the Bright Places just yet.