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Netflix to Release 10 Movies in Theaters This Fall

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As we all know Netflix is a streaming platform and is a very big competition for the traditional theater market. But Netflix is greedy too and needs validation. The streaming platform has been trying to make movies that will win awards but to do that they need to release movies in theaters. So, Netflix is releasing 10 movies in fall that will screen in theaters first before they come on the streaming platform.

Why is Netflix Releasing Movies in Theaters?

It all starts with The Irishman The new Robert Di Nero and Al Pacino movie is already getting Oscar buzz before it’s release. Major theater chains have reached out to the streaming platform to release the movie in theaters prior to its release on Netflix. After months of negotiations, The Irishman will be released 20 days before the actual date it will start streaming on Netflix.

Netflix has been actively seeking recognition prizes and prestige and free advertising that come with high-profile award winners. Hence, the streaming platform is planning 10 fall film releases ahead of their release for the subscribers. This list of films includes The Irishman and the Timothee Chalamet starrer The King. 

10 Fall Films

Below is the complete list of the 10 films will be first releasing in theaters. Along with the names, we’ve mentioned the date of release in theaters and when the films will be available for streaming.

The Laundromat
Sept. 27th (theatrical), Oct. 18th (Netflix)

Dolemite Is My Name
Oct. 4th (theatrical); Oct. 25th (Starts Streaming)

The King
Oct. 11th (theatrical); Nov. 1st (Starts Streaming)

The Irishman
Nov. 1st (theatrical); Nov. 27th (Starts Streaming)

Earthquake Bird
Nov. 1st (theatrical); Nov. 15th (Starts Streaming)

Marriage Story
Nov. 6th (theatrical); Dec. 6th (Starts Streaming)

Nov. 8th (theatrical); Nov. 15th (Starts Streaming)

I Lost My Body
Nov. 15th (theatrical); Nov. 29th (Starts Streaming)

Nov. 15th (theatrical); Nov. 29th (Starts Streaming)

The Two Popes
Nov. 27th (theatrical); Dec. 20th (Starts Streaming)

However, we do have bad news. All these movies will only be available in the US.

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