Netflix 2023 Movie Trailer Reveals Footage From 16 Upcoming Films – Screen Rant

A Netflix 2023 movie trailer reveals footage and release dates for 16 upcoming films, including Extraction 2, Rebel Moon, and The Killer.
Footage from 16 upcoming films is featured in a new Netflix 2023 movie trailer. The powerhouse streaming service is poised to have another impressive year in terms of bringing high-profile original content to subscribers. 2022 saw major releases like Glass Onion: A Knives Out Story and Enola Holmes 2, and Netflix remains in the business of lining up more franchises and working with some of Hollywood's biggest creators in 2023. This includes bringing audiences new films from David Fincher, Zack Snyder, and more.
Now, a Netflix 2023 movie trailer has been released that shares new footage and confirms release dates for 16 upcoming films, including Chris Hemsworth's Extraction 2, David Fincher's The Killer, and Zack Synder's Rebel Moon.
The footage shown for the remaining 2023 Netflix movies includes other highly anticipated releases like Murder Mystery 2 starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Anniston, Damsel starring Millie Bobby Brown, and Heart of Stone starring Gal Gadot. Unmistakably, the Netflix 2023 movie trailer gives subscribers almost one major release each month this year in an effort to keep them around on a month-to-month basis. Check out all the release dates revealed in the Netflix trailer at the bottom of this article
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The Netflix 2023 movie trailer only shows a handful of the films confirmed to release on the streaming service this year. Of the movies featured in the trailer, the list of 2023 releases includes You People starring Jonah Hill and Eddie Murphy, Your Place or Mine starring Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher, Luther: The Fallen Sun starring Idris Elba, Murder Mystery 2, The Mother starring Jennifer Lopez, and Extraction 2 in the first half of the year. The second half includes They Cloned Tyrone starring Jamie Foxx and John Boyega, Heart of Stone, Lift starring Kevin Hart, Damsel, Pain Hustlers starring Chris Evans and Emily Blunt, The Killer, A Family Affair starring Nicole Kidman and Zac Efron, Leo starring Adam Sandler, Leave the World Behind starring Julia Roberts, and Rebel Moon.
On top of the movies with footage shown in the Netflix 2023 trailer, there are other films that are confirmed for release this year. This includes True Spirit starring Teegan Croft and Anna Paquin and We Have A Ghost starring David Harbour and Anthony Mackie in February. March will bring the animated movie The Magician's Elephant starring Noah Jupe, while April has the rom-com A Tourist's Guide to Love starring Rachael Leigh Cook and Scott Ly. The rest of the summer also brings a pair of rom-coms led by Ellie Kemper and Gabrielle Union, known as Happiness for Beginners and The Perfect Find.
The rest of Netflix 2023 movie slate includes a handful of titles with Haley Lu Richardson's rom-com Love at First Sight coming in September. There are also plans to release Adam Sandler's drama Spaceman, Gina Rodriguez's rom-com Players, Annette Bening's drama NYAD, Dev Patel's thriller Monkey Man, and Jeon Do-yeon's action thriller Kill Boksoon this year. Netflix also will release Disney's scrapped animated movie Nimona, a new Wes Anderson movie, Bradley Cooper's Maestro, a new Chicken Run movie, and more by the end of 2023. All in all, Netflix's 2023 movie slate is packed with exciting titles.
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Movie Title
Release Date

You People
January 27, 2023

Your Place or Mine
February 10, 2023

Luther: The Fallen Son
March 10, 2023

Murder Mystery 2
March 31, 2023

The Mother
May 12, 2023

Extraction 2
June 16, 2023

They Cloned Tyrone
July 21, 2023

Heart of Stone
August 11, 2023

August 25, 2023

October 13, 2023

Pain Hustlers
October 27, 2023

The Killer
November 10, 2023

A Family Affair
November 17, 2023

November 22, 2023

Leave the World Behind
December 8, 2023

Rebel Moon
December 22, 2023

Source: Netflix
Cooper Hood is a news and feature writer for Screen Rant. He joined Screen Rant in late 2016 following a year-long stint with MCU Exchange, which came after first developing an MCU blog of his own. He graduated college in 2016 with a Bachelor’s degree in Media & Public Communication, with a minor in Media Production. Cooper’s love for movies began by watching Toy Story and Lion King on repeat as a child, but it wasn’t until The Avengers that he took an invested interest in movies and the filmmaking process, leading him to discover the world of film journalism. Every year Cooper looks forward to seeing the latest blockbusters from the likes of Marvel, DC, and Star Wars, but also loves the rush to catch up on Oscar films near the end of the year. When he isn’t writing about or watching new releases, Cooper is a fantasy football obsessive and looking to expand his Blu-Ray collection – because physical media is still king! Follow Cooper on Twitter @MovieCooper.


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