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Netflix Releases 2023 Film Schedule

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Netflix has released its 2023 film schedule which includes release dates and windows for several movies including Heart of Stone, Luther: The Fallen Sun, and more.

Gal Gadot's James Bond-style film, Hearts of Stone, will premiere on August 11. First announced in 2020, Netflix released a behind the scenes look at the movie back in September that showed off its intense action alongside its cast that also stars Jamie Dornan and Alia Bhatt.

Speaking of 007, Idris Elba thinks Luther: The Fallen Sun could be the beginning of a James Bond level franchise, and Netflix has now announced the film will be released on March 10.

See the full schedule below:

Confirmed Dates:

  • Dog Gone – January 13
  • Jung_E – January 20
  • You People – January 27
  • Pamela, A Love Story – January 31
  • True Spirit – February 3
  • Bill Russell: Legend – February 8
  • Your Place or Mine – February 10
  • We Have a Ghost – February 24
  • Luther: The Fallen Sun – March 10
  • The Magician's Elephant – March 17
  • Murder Mystery 2 – March 31
  • A Tourist's Guide to Love – April 27
  • The Mother – May 2
  • Extraction 2 – June 16
  • They Cloned Tyrone – July 21
  • Heart of Stone – August 11
  • Lift – August 25
  • Damsel – October 13
  • Pain Hustlers – October 27
  • The Killer – November 10
  • A Family Affair – November 17
  • Leo – November 22
  • Leave the World Behind – December 8
  • Rebel Moon – December 22

Netflix Spotlight: January 2023

Release Windows

  • Chupa – Spring 2023
  • Kill Boksoon – Spring 2023
  • Happiness For Beginners – Summer 2023
  • The Perfect Find – Summer 2023
  • Love at First Sight – Fall 2023
  • Nyad – Fall 2023
  • Spaceman – Fall 2023

Confirmed for 2023:

  • The Archies
  • Best. Christmas. Ever
  • Carga Maxima (Overhaul)
  • Chakda 'Xpress
  • Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget
  • Choose Love
  • The Deepest Breath
  • Maestro
  • Monkey Man
  • Nimona
  • The Out-Laws
  • Players
  • Reptile
  • Rustin
  • Shirley
  • Untitled Wes Anderson/Roald Dahl film
  • Victim/Suspect

Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer and acting UK news editor. He'll talk about The Witcher all day.

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