Netflix revealed the release dates of the films for the rest of the year, inclusive Out of Knives 2 and Pinocchio.

Netflix is ​​dropping some of its biggest titles towards the end of the year, starting with Ana De Armas as Marilyn Monroe in a controversial biopic Russian. Huge sequels include Enola Holmes 2 and a streaming debut for Knives Out 2, officially titled Glass Onion. In the run-up to the holidays, big family titles include Roald Dahl’s Matilda: The Musical and Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio (not to be confused with Disney’s live-action reboot starring Tom Hanks).

Other intriguing films include White Noise, in which Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig survive the apocalypse, and director Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Bardo. Also expect Jason Momoa in a live-action take on the pioneering comic Slumberland and a new version of the classic war story All Quiet on the Western Front.

Oh, and if you’re making plans for next year, Netflix has confirmed that Christian Bale’s period detective drama Pale Blue Eye will be released in January.

Here’s the full list of Netflix movie release dates:


  • Fenced (September 1)
  • Love in the Villa (September 1)
  • Ivy + Bean (September 2)
  • Ivy + Bean: The Ghost That Had to Go (September 2)
  • Ivy + Bean: Doomed To Dance (September 2)
  • The Anthrax Attacks (September 8)
  • The End of the Road (September 9)
  • Drifting Home (September 16)
  • Take Revenge (September 16)
  • Lou (September 23)
  • The Jazzman’s Blues (September 23)
  • Athens (September 23)
  • Blonde (September 28)


  • Mr Harrigan’s Telephone (5 October)
  • Happiest Girl Alive (October 7)
  • The Redeem Team (October 7)
  • The Curse of Bridge Hollow (October 14)
  • The School of Good and Evil (October 19)
  • Descendant (October 21)
  • The Good Nurse (October 26)
  • Silence on the Western Front (October 28)
  • Wendell & Wild (October 28)


  • Enola Holmes 2 (November 4)
  • Falling for Christmas (November 19)
  • Is this black enough for you?!? (November 11)
  • Capturing The Killer Nurse (November 11)
  • In Her Hands (November 16)
  • Christmas with you (November 17)
  • The Land of Sleep (November 18)
  • The Swimmers (November 23)
  • Noel’s Diary (November 24)
  • My Father’s Dragon (November TBD)
  • Monica Oh My Darling (November TBA)


  • Guillermo Del Toro’s Pinocchio (December 9)
  • The Volcano: Rescue from Wakari (December 16)
  • Bardo, A False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths (December 16)
  • The Seven Deadly Sins: Edinburgh’s Outrage Part 1 (December 20)
  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (December 23)
  • Matilda The Musical by Roald Dahl (December 25)
  • White Noise (December 30)
  • Lady Chatterley’s Lover (Dec. TBA)
  • The Miracle (Dec. TBA)
  • Scrooge: A Christmas Carol (December TBD)


  • The Pale Blue Eye (January 6)

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