LONDON, ENGLAND – DECEMBER 18: Kelly Marie Tran attends the European premiere of “Star Wars: The … [+]
On March 1, a bevy of new movie options flooded our favorite streaming platforms. And throughout the month, those outlets—which includes places like Netflix NFLX +1%, Amazon Prime AMZN +0.8% and Hulu—will continue to offer up more and more options.
And that includes this weekend, when 21 new movies will come to five of the major streamers: Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, HBO Max and Disney+. Which means, if you’re like me and subscribe to multiple streaming services, you have some decisions to make.
Here, I’ll list the biggest movies hitting those platforms this weekend. Then at the end of the article, you’ll find a full list of this weekend’s movie lineup.
Back in 1988, Eddie Murphy starred in the box office hit Coming to America. And now, 33 years later, we’re finally getting a sequel. Coming 2 America finds Murphy returning as Prince Akeem, who travels to New York with his trusted confidante Semmi (played by Arsenio Hall).
The latest computer-animated film from Walt Disney Pictures DIS +1% is Raya and the Last Dragon. With characters voiced by Kelly Marie Tran, Awkwafina, Gemma Chan, Alan Tudyk, Ross Butler, Daniel Dae Kim and Sandra Oh, this animated juggernaut tells the tale of a warrior named Raya who must defend her kingdom from monsters.
The latest movie from Hulu would like to enter the pantheon of great time travel movies. Boss Level centers on a retired military operative named Roy who finds himself in a never-ending time loop where he’s stuck in a day in which he dies over and over again.
Netflix isn’t offering up much this weekend. But there is one movie that doesn’t have a lot of hype yet seems to pack quite a punch: Sentinelle. This action film follows a French soldier (played by Olga Kurylenko) who, after returning home from a traumatizing combat mission, hunts down the man who hurt her sister.
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