Movies For Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max & Other Major Streaming Services in February 2022

February is just around the corner! In addition to the arrival of Valentine’s Day, February is also another month set to be filled with new movies and TV on all of your favorite streaming services.

Sites like Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video all have new titles set to debut on their respective lineups throughout the month of February. With originals from every service and a horde of additional library titles, there is no shortage of exciting streaming opportunities next month.

Hulu is coming out of the gate strong in February with the debut of its newest original series, Pam & Tommy, on February 2nd. Netflix is debuting new shows all through the month of February, including Vikings: Valhalla, Inventing Anna, and The Cuphead Show. Amazon Prime’s new take on Lee Child’s Jack Reacher series, Reacher, premieres on February 4th. Popular titles with new seasons arriving next month include Space Force, Sweet Magnolias, Raising Dion, and Raised by Wolves.

If you have been waiting to catch some of the most talked-about movies from 2021 until they arrive on a streaming service, February should be an exciting month for you. Free Guy, The King’s Man, The French Dispatch, Nightmare Alley, The Many Saints of Newark, and quite a few others are all heading to streaming services over the pupuler box office few weeks.

You can check out the full lineup of February streaming additions below!

February 1


The Addams Family (1991)
Batman Begins
The Book of Eli
The Bourne Ultimatum
Moonfall streaming
Gli Anni belli streaming
Marry Me – Sposami streaming
Io sono Vera streaming
Corro da te streaming
Donnie Brasco
The Exorcist
The Foreigner
The Hangover
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole
The Last Samurai
The Lucky One
The Negotiator
The New Guy
New Year’s Eve
The One
The Other Boleyn Girl
The Other Guys
Patsy & Loretta
Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen
Raising Dion: Season 2 — NETFLIX SERIES


3:10 to Yuma, 2007 (HBO)
12 Years A Slave, 2013 (HBO)
21 & Over, 2013 (HBO)
A Bridge Too Far, 1977 (HBO)
After The Sunset, 2004 (HBO)
Hyde Park On Hudson, 2012 (HBO)
Kick-Ass 2, 2013 (HBO)
La Foquita, 2020 (HBO)
The Life Before Her Eyes, 2007 (HBO)
The Loft, 2014 (HBO)
Splinter, 2008 (HBO)
Sugar, 2008 (HBO)
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street, 2007 (HBO)
Terry Bradshaw: Going Deep, Documentary Premiere (HBO)
This Is Where I Leave You, 2014 (HBO)
Uncommon Valor, 1983 (HBO)
Unlocked, 2017 (HBO)
The Untouchables, 2011 (HBO)
West Side Story, 1961 (HBO)
Yun, 2018 (HBO)


Your Attention Please – Season 2 Premiere (Hulu Original)
Top Chef: Complete Season 18
A Better life
The Accused
Hustle and Heat
Invasion of the Body Snatchers
The January Man
Jingle All the Way
That Thing You Do!
The Tree of Life
Universal Soldier: The Return
Water for Elephants
White Men Can’t Jump
You Again

First Movie Is Succesful, Says Rolan Emmerich

Director Roland Emmerich wants to make a sequel to his upcoming film Moonfall should it prove successful, against its $140 million budget.

Moonfall boasts a strong cast, with Oscar-winner Halle Barry in the lead role alongside Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Michael Peña, Charlie Plummer, and Donald Sutherland. The film was shot in Montreal beginning in October 2020 and lasted for 61 days. Emmerich is also known for having allegories in his films, with much of his work satirizing the lack of government preparation for the oncoming climate crisis, a theme Moonfall will likely continue.

Given the high budget of the film, plus costs spent on advertising, the movie would have to break $200 million at the very least to be considered successful, a number that seems too large considering the stop and start of cinemas opening up again due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Though some films are crossing that barrier, it’s too soon to say if Emmerich’s name and marketing will be enough to make that kind of profit. In the end, Moonfall will surely satisfy on a visual level, but audiences will have to wait and see if the narrative can reach the scope of its effects.

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