Premieres Netflix September 2022 (films): This month the story of one of the myths of Hollywood, a comedy with Maya Hawke and Sophie Turner and the latest from Paco León – CINEMABLEND

‘Blonde’, ‘Revancha ya’ and ‘Rainbow’ are some of the novelties that you can find in the platform’s catalog for the next 30 days.


With the arrival of September, summer begins to fade and the routine is once again the protagonist of our days. To make the return more bearable, Netflix has prepared an interesting selection of movies perfect for disconnecting when you get home. Romantic dramas like La villa del amor, comedies like Revancha ya, ‘thrillers’ like Final de trajectory and Paco León’s new director, Rainbow, are some of the titles you’ll find in the platform’s catalog this month.

In addition, the streaming giant these days receives successful movies such as Happy Death Day 2, How to Train Your Dragon 3 and Resident Evil: Revenge, among others.

Then you can check the movies that premiere on Netflix in September 2022.

NETFLIX ORIGINAL MOVIES

the village of love


Ricardo Ghilardi / Netflix

the village of love is the title of the new romantic drama that premieres on Netflix this September. The story follows a woman who, after her breakup with her partner, decides to travel to the Italian city of Verona to forget everything. Her plans do not go as she had imagined when she discovers that the villa where she was going to spend a few days must be shared with a stranger, due to an error in the rental of the accommodation.

Premiere: September 1st

end of the journey


Netflix

Another of Netflix’s new additions to its movie catalog is the ‘thriller’ end of the journeystarring Queen Latifah, Beau Bridges and Ludacris. The plot introduces us to Brenda, a woman and mother of a family who has just tragically lost her husband. Willing to move forward in the best possible way, she embarks on a journey with her children to find a new place to live. However, everything goes wrong when she crosses the New Mexico desert and becomes the target of a dangerous assassin. Far from sinking, Brenda gathers strength to protect her family and fulfill her dream.

Premiere: September 9

revenge now

Thor: Love and Thunder screenwriter Jennifer Kaytin Robinson premieres her second feature film as a director on Netflix, revenge now. Starring Maya Hawke, Camila Mendes and Sophie Turner, the film tells the story of Drea and Eleanor, two popular young women who have been humiliated by their respective partners. Neither of them is willing to hide, and together they plan an unscrupulous revenge for those who exposed them.

Premiere: 16 of September

Premieres Netflix September 2022 (series): this month 19 alternatives to ‘The House of the Dragon’ and ‘The Rings of Power’ with which the platform strikes back

Pokemon: The Arceus Chronicles


Netflix

For the little ones in the house, this month comes to the platform Pokemon: The Arceus Chronicles. The new adventure of Pikachu and his inseparable friends leads Ash, Goh and Maya to launch an investigation to discover the legendary Pokémon Arceus. But they did not count on discovering the conspiracy that Team Galaxy plans, with which they could endanger the world they know.

Premiere: September 23

‘lou’


Netflix

The dramatic thriller lou is another of the novelties that you can find in the Netflix movie catalog this September. Starring Allison Janney, Jurnee Smollett and Logan Marshall-Green, the film tells the story of Lou, a lonely woman with a complicated past, who must put aside her quiet life to help her neighbor. The young woman’s daughter has been kidnapped and both must go out to look for the little girl during a terrible storm that will put them to the limit at all times.

Premiere: September 23

Blond

This month is also the one chosen by Netflix for the premiere of one of its most anticipated films, Blond. Starring Ana de Armas, the film directed by Andrew Dominik is based on the homonymous bestseller by Joyce Carol Oates. The film chronicles the life of one of Hollywood’s most memorable legends, Marilyn Monroe. From her childhood, when she was just Norma Jean, to her entry into the world of cinema and her subsequent rise to fame, without forgetting some of the most important episodes of her private life.

Premiere: September 28

Rainbow


shell of the rose

Rainbow is the title of the new feature film directed by Paco León, which you can see on Netflix at the end of September. This free version of the literary classic The Wonderful Wizard of Oz tells the story of Dora, a teenager who, after a heated argument with her father, leaves home with her dog Toto. With the desire to find the whereabouts of her mother, whom she has never met, she embarks on a journey to Capital City. Along the way, she meets new friends who accompany her on her adventure, but she must also face various enemies who will do everything possible for her to discover the mysteries of her past.

Premiere: September 30th

Premiere: September 9

  • Skanda! Wirecard’s downfall

Premiere: 16 of September

Premiere: September 21st

Premiere: September 23

  • Fullmetal Alchemist: The Final Alchemy

Premiere: 24th September

What to watch on Netflix: an action and comedy classic with one of Robert De Niro’s best roles arrives on the platform

-OTHER OPENING FILMS-

how to train your dragon 3

how to train your dragon 3 this month is also incorporated into the extensive catalog of the platform. The third and final installment of the animated saga starring the young Hiccup and his dragon Toothless, leads the two inseparable friends to have to face a series of important decisions to save their respective species. Despite this, both will do their best so that their friendship is not affected by the war that has always existed between Vikings and dragons.

Premiere: September 14

  • happy day of your death 2

Premiere: September 14

  • The woman who spoke with the dead

Premiere: September 3

Premiere: September 3

Premiere: September 15

Premiere: 16 of September

If you want to be up to date and receive the premieres in your email, sign up for our Newsletter

Leave a Comment