Netflix Tudum 2022: The biggest news and trailers

For the second year in a row, Netflix held a live event called Tudum to showcase some of the biggest upcoming movies, TV shows, and games. (Although the names are similar, this Tudum has nothing to do with the struggling fan site that Netflix also runs.) There were some notable absences from the 2022 release — I’m still waiting to hear or see something about Season 2 of mysterious – But there were also a lot of big names. Includes news about two different the witcher Offers and trailers for Enola Holmes And the Take out the knivesThe sudden launch of an excellent indie game.

If you missed the show, here’s the biggest reveal.

The whole gang is back in the sequel to Enola Holmes, who again considers Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill to be Holmes’ siblings, except this time Enola is a detective in her own right. The new movie will be broadcast on November 4th.

Gal Gadot is starring in another thriller on Netflix, with heart of stone, which also features Jamie Dornan and Alia Bhatt. In the new trailer, Gadot describes the film as a “very powerful thriller.” It’s scheduled to hit Netflix sometime in 2023.

Due to the huge success BridgetonIt’s no surprise that Netflix is ​​expanding it with a separate segment. On Tudum, the broadcaster showed a clip from the first such project, called Prequel Queen Charlotte.

We have already seen some trailers for WednesdayTim Burton’s The Addams Family starring Gina Ortega in the titular role. But the latest clip focuses on something very important: the thing, the conscious hand. The series begins streaming on Netflix on November 23.

We already knew del Toro’s decision had begun Pinocchio Not to be confused with Disney’s real-life movie – it would have been awesome, thanks to the early trailers. But the latest clip from Netflix gives a brief glimpse into how the imaginary stop-motion world has come to life. The movie will start airing on December 9th.

There is not much to say about it the mother Other than Jennifer Lopez looks incredibly adorable as a killer who comes out of hiding to save a daughter who’s been forced to abandon her. This premise alone is enough to get me to listen when the movie starts streaming in May 2023.

Image from The Witcher: Blood Origin on Netflix.

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We couldn’t see anything new The Witcher: The Origin of Blood, Prequel series, starring Michelle Yeoh. But we learned one important thing: the show premiered on Netflix in December. In the meantime, you can check out the first trailer here.

Jamie Foxx continues Rosy day With another mix of action and comedy genre. They cloned Tyrone It sees Foxx teaming up with John Boyega and Teyonah Parris as they follow “the path of a nefarious government experiment in this mysterious core.” It is listed as “Coming Soon”.

Henry Cavill in the second season of The Witcher.

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very much like blood originWe haven’t actually been able to see any footage of Season 3 of the magician. But Netflix confirmed that the third season is expected to begin next summer.

Netflix continues pushing for games today with the launch of Oxenfria supernatural puzzle game first launched in 2016. Netflix’s launch of the game comes shortly after the streaming device acquired Oxenfri Developer Night School Studio.

We are still far from debuting in December Glass onions: Unlocking the mystery of the knives, but at least we have this new clip to make the wait more bearable. This one features star-studded actors as well as some deceptively looking puzzle boxes.

Netflix direct adaptation to Good and Evil School It still sounds impressive, and the final clip gets help from Billie Eilish to help set the dark mood. The film is directed by Paul Feig and is scheduled to be released on Netflix on October 19.

Netflix released a very brief – but appropriately dark and periodic – teaser confirming it destined to perish Returns for the second season. It’s not a huge surprise considering how the first season ended, but unfortunately there’s no word on when it will be available to stream.

When Money Heist: Korea – Joint Economic Area Premiering earlier this year, it wasn’t a full show — and now we have a good look at the upcoming Part 2. And while it doesn’t have a release date yet, Netflix says new episodes are “coming soon.”

While it’s not a glimpse into the mysterious second season, squid game Director Hwang Dong-Hyuk stopped by Tudum to present a previously unreleased short clip from the first season. As for what’s coming, the director says that season two “will be filled with all-new stories.”

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