Netflix has promised to keep the viewers entertained every week of 2021. The visual content streaming platform has announced to release movies every week for the next 12 months. It means that there are plenty of movies in the pipeline. The movies that are going to be released in the next 12 months stars some big names from Hollywood, including Gal Gadot, Dwayne Johnson, Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Ryan Reynolds, and more.Image Credit: Popular Science
Netflix’s Stock Price Rise in Difficult Times
In the lockdown period, Netflix has experienced a huge rise in its stock shares. In 2020, the company’s stock shares increased by more than 30%. Cinemas are shut down almost in the entire world, and people want to get entertained by watching movies and TV series. Netflix’s CEO, Hasting, has also witnessed an increase in his net worth. Reed Hasting’s net worth has soared to more than $4 Billion. Netflix’s subscriptions have also increased during the pandemic. Now, the news has poured in that Netflix will release movies every week in the next 12 months. It means that the streaming giant has enough content in its pocket and is all ready to amuse the audience. The platform is in a better position, and it won’t be running out of fresh content amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The movies that are going to be released in the upcoming weeks will star some big names from Hollywood.
Netflix plans to release a new movie every week of 2021. The streaming giant is all set to amuse and entertain the audience with bulk content. Some of the big stars from Hollywood are going to star in the upcoming movies that are going to be released in the coming weeks. The news has poured in at a time when cinemas are shut down due to the ongoing coronavirus wave, and many movies have moved to the streaming platforms. In 2020, many big companies witnessed a decline in the stock market. However, there are odds, and Netflix’s stock price has thrived amid the COVID-19 outbreak. The streaming giant has experienced a record-breaking surge in its stock market prices.