New movies on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, Apple TV+ to stream now – USA TODAY

If your new year’s resolution was to watch more movies – which, come on, it really should be – there’s probably something right up your alley on your favorite streaming services, whether you appreciate Snoop Dogg‘s love of football or enjoy watching Tom Cruise do crazy things and somehow not die.
This month alone, Netflix, Prime Video, Hulu and Apple TV+ have rolled out a mix of summer blockbusters we’ve been waiting for (like the latest “Mission: Impossible”), newly minted Oscar-nominated efforts (Martin Scorsese hive, rise up!) and original fare (a Kaley Cuoco action comedy and a Kevin Hart heist movie).
Here are 10 new movies that you can stream right now:
The true-life comedy stars Paul Dano as a financial analyst and frequent YouTuber who goes all in on GameStop stock and convinces his followers to do the same, causing financial chaos as they make millions and Wall Street types lose fortunes. With a supporting cast featuring Seth Rogen, Pete Davidson and America Ferrera, good luck finding a more crowd-pleasing movie about rising stock prices.
Where to watch: Netflix
In this strange sci-fi drama, Hen (Saoirse Ronan) and Junior (Paul Mescal) are married farmers visited by a mystery man (Aaron Pierre) with an unwanted message: Junior is being drafted to go to space, where most people live because Earth’s kind of a wasteland, but he’ll be replaced with an artificial intelligence clone. The leads do what they can with this twisty, head-scratching “Black Mirror”-esque tale.
Where to watch: Prime Video
Best known as the eccentric David Rose on “Schitt’s Creek,” Daniel Levy has a much different, quieter role in this dramedy he wrote and directed. His character Marc is rocked by the sudden death of his famous author husband (Luke Evans). But he’s more shocked when he finds out his spouse had been living a secret life in Paris, leading to an emotional, revelatory trip to France with his BFFs (Ruth Negga and Himesh Patel).
Where to watch: Netflix
Scorsese’s at the top of his legendary game with this gripping true-life Western crime drama about love and greed that wrestles with America’s complicated history concerning Indigenous people. In 1920s Oklahoma, a young woman (a stunning Lily Gladstone) in the wealthy Osage Nation becomes the center of a murder mystery involving her World War I veteran husband (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his power-broker uncle (Robert De Niro).
Where to watch: Apple TV+
Co-directed by Oscar-winner Daniel Kaluuya, the futuristic drama finds a dystopian London where income inequality has reached a revolutionary boiling point. Izi (Kane Robinson) is a funeral home worker soon to be moving out of one of the city’s last housing projects until he meets Benji (Jedaiah Bannerman), whose mom has just died and takes him under his wing in a film full of style and social commentary.
Where to watch: Netflix
Popcorn movies aren’t just for theaters anymore: Kevin Hart stars in the action comedy as Cyrus, the head of an international heist crew that goes from stealing NFTs and high-end artwork to hijacking planes. When they get pinched by the authorities, Cyrus avoids jail by teaming with his Interpol agent ex (Gugu Mbatha-Raw) to steal $500 million of gold from a commercial aircraft and keep it out of the hands of a terrorist (Jean Reno).
Where to watch: Netflix
A rogue artificial intelligence threatens the entire globe, and Cruise’s secret agent hero Ethan Hunt is in a race to get a key that could destroy the digital baddie in the seventh “Mission” film. Ethan finds a new partner in spycraft with a skilled pickpocket (Hayley Atwell) as they go on an epic Roman car chase and a gnarly ride on the Orient Express. (Cruise also pulls off an impressive mountain jump from a motorbike with a memorable landing.)
Where to watch: Paramount+
Dave (David Oyelowo) and Emma (Kaley Cuoco) are a seemingly ordinary couple who go out for a hotel rendezvous to spice up their marriage. But after an old man (Bill Nighy) they run into is found dead, Dave learns that Emma is actually a contract killer, and both of them make hard choices for themselves and their family in an action spy comedy that’s way more violent than funny.
Where to watch: Prime Video
Jake Johnson (“New Girl”) writes, directs and stars in the oddball comedy as Tommy, a sad-sack dude visited by Andy Samberg (as himself) and recruited to participate in a dark web reality TV show. Tommy can win $1 million if he survives 30 days being hunted by weirdo killers (ranging from ninja acrobats to a faux Ellen DeGeneres) who can only attack him when he’s alone, leading Tommy to befriend a woman (Anna Kendrick) also playing the game.
Where to watch: Hulu
Snoop Dogg founded his own California youth football league in the 2000s, and that’s the inspiration for the rapper/actor’s fairly decent, R-rated take on a familiar sports trope. Jaycen “Two Js” Jennings (Dogg) is a washed-up former star receiver ordered to do community service, and he winds up coaching a lowly team of foul-mouthed youngsters, reconnects with an ex (Tika Sumpter), matures a bit and brings swagger to the field.
Where to watch: Prime Video







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