Netflix in February: Heres Everything Coming and Going – TheWrap

Netflix is out with its list of every new movie and TV show being added to the streaming service, and everything we have to say goodbye to in February.

Highlights include To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You, the sequel to last years smash-hit, To All the Boys Ive Loved Before starring Noah Centineo and Lana Condor. Thats out Feb. 12.

Horse Girl, starring Alison Brie as the titular socially-awkward equine enthusiast, is out Feb. 7. That same day, Locke & Key makes its series debut, following three siblings and their mother who return to their ancestral home after their father is murdered under mysterious circumstances.

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Gentefied from America Ferrera and Wilmer Valderrama arrives Feb. 21, and follows a Boyle Heights family trying to save their fathers taco shop. Watch the trailer here.

Throughout the month, well be losing Trainspotting, the Matrix trilogy, Free Willy, American Beauty, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and more.

Heres the complete list of everything new and leaving in February.

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Arriving Feb. 1

A Bad Moms ChristmasA Little PrincessBack to the Future Part IIIBlade Runner: The Final CutCenter StageCookies FortuneDear JohnThe Dirty DozenDirty HarryDriving Miss DaisyElizabethElizabeth: The Golden AgeFools Rush InHancockLove JackedThe NotebookThe Other GuysThe PianistPolice AcademyPolice Academy 2: Their First AssignmentPolice Academy 3: Back in TrainingPolice Academy 4: Citizens on PatrolPolice Academy 5: Assignment: Miami BeachPolice Academy 6: City Under SiegePolice Academy 7: Mission to MoscowPurple RainRobin Hood: Prince of ThievesScary Movie 2Sex and the City 2

Feb. 3


Feb. 4Faith, Hope & Love

She Did ThatTom Papa: Youre Doing Great! NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Feb. 5Black Hollywood: Theyve Gotta Have Us#cats_the_mewvieThe Pharmacist NETFLIX DOCUMENTARYUppity: The Willy T. Ribbs Story

Feb. 6Cagaster of an Insect Cage NETFLIX ANIME

Feb. 7The Ballad of Lefty Brown

Dragons: Rescue Riders: Season 2 NETFLIX FAMILYHorse Girl NETFLIX FILMLocke & Key NETFLIX ORIGINALMy Holo Love NETFLIX ORIGINALWho Killed Malcolm X?

Feb. 8The Coldest Game NETFLIX FILM

Feb. 9Better Call Saul: Season 4Captain Underpants Epic Choice-o-Rama NETFLIX FAMILYPolaroid

Feb. 11Good Time


Feb. 12Anna KareninaTo All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You NETFLIX FILM

Feb. 13Dragon Quest Your Story NETFLIX ANIMELove is Blind NETFLIX ORIGINALNarcos: Mexico: Season 2 NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Feb. 14Cable Girls: Final Season NETFLIX ORIGINALIsi & Ossi NETFLIX FILMA Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon NETFLIX FAMILY

Feb. 15Starship Troopers

Feb. 17The Expanding Universe of Ashley Garcia NETFLIX FAMILY

Feb. 19Chef Show: Volume 3 NETFLIX ORIGINAL



Feb. 22Girl On The Third Floor

Feb. 23Full Count

Feb. 25Every Time I Die

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Feb. 26I Am Not Okay With This NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Feb. 27Altered Carbon: Season 2 NETFLIX ORIGINALThe Angry Birds Movie 2Followers NETFLIX ORIGINALPokmon: Mewtwo Strikes BackEvolution NETFLIX FAMILY

Feb. 28All The Bright Places NETFLIX FILMBabylon Berlin: Season 3 NETFLIX ORIGINALFormula 1: Drive to Survive: Season 2 NETFLIX ORIGINALJeopardy!: Celebrate Alex Collection

Jeopardy!: Cindy Stowell Collection

Jeopardy!: Seth Wilson CollectionLa trinchera infinita NETFLIX FILMQueen Sono NETFLIX ORIGINALRestaurants on the Edge NETFLIX ORIGINALUnstoppable NETFLIX ORIGINAL

Feb. 29Jerry Maguire

Leaving Netflix in February:

Feb. 11Clouds of Sils Maria

Feb. 14District 9

Feb. 15MilkOperatorPeter Rabbit

Feb. 18The 2000s: Season 1

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Feb. 19Charlottes WebGangs of New YorkThe Eighties: Season 1The Nineties: Season 1The Seventies: Season 1

Feb. 20Lincoln

Feb. 21The Texas Chainsaw Massacre

Feb. 26Our Idiot Brother

Feb. 27Jeopardy!: Buzzy Cohen CollectionJeopardy!: College Championship IIJeopardy!: Teachers Tournament IIJeopardy!: Teen Tournament IIIJeopardy!: Tournament of Champions III

Feb. 28My Little Pony Equestria Girls: Rainbow RocksPrimal FearTrainspotting

Feb. 29

50/50American BeautyAnger ManagementCharlie and the Chocolate FactoryFree WillyHustle & FlowIgorLayer Cake

Rachel Getting MarriedStripesThe MatrixThe Matrix ReloadedThe Matrix RevolutionsThe Mind of a Chef: Season 1-5The Taking of Pelham 123Up in the Air

It's another Sundance Film Festival of slopes, snow, stars and sales. That's right, the market at the Sundance Film Festival is gearing up yet again with some buzzy titles among those just premiering at the festival and those in competition. And after last year produced some mega deals for movies like "Late Night," "The Farewell" and "Brittany Runs a Marathon" to name just a few, these are the features and documentaries TheWrap will be keeping an eye on while in Park City.

"The 40-Year-Old Version"

No, it's not the Steve Carell movie. Radha Blank wrote, directed and stars in this highly personal film about what it really looks like to be a struggling actress at age 40 when she leaves the world of community theater and records a rap demo track. The film marks Blank's directorial debut and is shot in New York entirely in black and white. "Queen & Slim" scribe Lena Waithe is a producer on the film, and "The 40-Year-Old Version" is playing in the U.S. Dramatic Competition.

"Bad Hair"

Justin Simien's follow-up to his thought-provoking conversation piece "Dear White People" is set in LA in 1989 about a group of enterprising women trying to climb the ladder and be the next star of a music video TV show, all while battling in a war of words and dreadlocks. Elle Lorraine, Vanessa Williams, Jay Pharoah, Lena Waithe, Blair Underwood and Laverne Cox all star in this satirical, psychological thriller that's debuting in the midnight section of the festival.

"Black Bear"

"Black Bear" stars Aubrey Plaza, Christopher Abbott and Sarah Gadon in a drama about a couple who welcomes an aspiring filmmaker into their remote lake house, only to be wrapped up in a game of desire, manipulation and jealousy in the filmmaker's pursuit of art. The film is directed and written by Lawrence Michael Levine and will premiere in the NEXT section of the festival.

"Disclosure: Trans Lives on Screen"

In "Disclosure," filmmaker Sam Feder sits down with Hollywood's leaders and thinkers in the trans community like Laverne Cox, Lilly Wachowski, Yance Ford, Mj Rodriguez, Jamie Clayton and Chaz Bono. The documentary grapples with the history of trans characters in TV and movies, going way back to "Dog Days Afternoon" and "Boys Don't Cry" up through FX's "Pose."

"Four Good Days"

Glenn Close reunites with her director on "Albert Nobbs," Rodrigo Garcia, for this drama in which Close plays a mother who gets a surprise visit from her estranged, drug addict daughter (Mila Kunis). Close's character is resistant to give her daughter another chance after years of failed rehab and lying, but something about this time feels different.

"The Glorias"

Julianne Moore stars in Julie Taymor's biopic "The Glorias" about the journalist and feminist icon Gloria Steinem. But she's just one of five women playing Steinem at different stages of her journey in Taymor's unconventional approach to adapting Steinem's memoir "Life on the Road." Alicia Vikander, Janelle Mone, Timothy Hutton, Lulu Wilson, Lorraine Toussaint and Bette Midler all star in the film.

"The Go-Go's"

This documentary's got the beat as it goes behind the scenes of one of the defining pop punk girl groups of the 1980s, The Go-Gos. The film from director Alison Ellwood reunites founding band members Belinda Carlisle and Jane Wiedlin during their early days in the Los Angeles punk rock scene up through their hit-making, MTV success and turn to fame, drugs and alcohol.


Benedict Cumberbatch stars in this drama set during the Cold War-era and Cuban Missile Crisis about a mild-mannered businessman called upon by the British government to help uncover a Soviet mole. Jessie Buckley, Rachel Brosnahan and Angus Wright co-star. This is just the second feature film from Dominic Cooke after his 2017 film "On Chesil Beach."

"The Nest"

In what is incredibly only Sean Durkin's second feature film since he won the directing prize from Sundance for "Martha Marcy May Marlene" in 2011, "The Nest" stars Jude Law and Carrie Coon as two ex-pats who leave suburban America for London in the 1980s. The two-handed character drama shows how their relationship slowly simmers and boils over as they try to manage their new, lavish lifestyle in England.

"The Night House"

Playing in the midnight section of the festival, this horror film from director David Bruckner stars Rebecca Hall as a woman living alone in a lakeside home following the recent death of her husband. The film is an updated take on a traditional ghost story as Hall experiences dreams that drive her to find answers about her husband's past. Sarah Goldberg and Stacy Martin co-star.

"On the Record"

The latest documentary from the directors of "The Hunting Ground" and "The Invisible War" is back on the market after Oprah Winfrey removed herself as an executive producer from the project and pulled the film from debuting on Apple TV+. Winfrey specifically felt the need to step aside from the movie because directors Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering wanted to show the film at Sundance before Winfrey felt it was complete. "On the Record" follows music executive Drew Dixon in the early days of #MeToo as she grapples with the decision to come forward about her her accusations of rape against Def-Jam Records co-founder Russell Simmons.

"Save Yourselves!"

"Save Yourselves" is a zany sci-fi comedy about a Brooklyn couple that retreats to a remote cabin in the woods in order to unplug, only to miss the news of an alien invasion that's destroyed much of civilization. The film from directors Eleanor Wilson and Alex Huston Fischer satirizes millennial culture and modern love. John Reynolds and Sunita Mani star in the comedy that's premiering in the U.S. Dramatic Competition.


"Shirley" stars Elisabeth Moss as the famous gothic horror author of stories such as "The Lottery" and "The Haunting of Hill House," Shirley Jackson. It's an unconventional biopic about how Jackson discovers the inspiration for her next novel through the eccentric behavior of a young couple she and her husband take into their home. Michael Stuhlbarg, Logan Lerman and Odessa Young co-star in the film from "Madeline's Madeline" director Josephine Decker. The film is playing in the U.S. Dramatic Competition.

"Sylvie's Love"

Romantic, elegant and with a jazzy soundtrack, "Sylvie's Love" is a lush love story set in 1957 New York and spread out over years. Tessa Thompson is said to give a powerful performance in the film from writer and director Eugene Ashe, who melds music into his romance for a rich period piece. "Sylvie's Love" is playing in competition in the U.S. Dramatic section.

"Wander Darkly"

Part mystery, part family drama and featuring what's described by Sundance as "demanding tonal shifts," "Wander Darkly" stars Sienna Miller trying to reckon with the future of her relationship with her husband (Diego Luna) and her infant child. At the same time, she's forced to solve the mystery of a recent traumatic accident. Tara Miele directs the film that's playing in competition in the U.S. Dramatic section.


"Worth" gives a new perspective of New York post-9/11 by following Michael Keaton as an attorney appointed to lead the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund. But Keaton's character has a change of heart when he comes face to face with a community leader played by Stanley Tucci who lost his wife in the World Trade Center. "Worth" is director Sara Colangelo's third film, all of which have premiered at Sundance, including her previous film "The Kindergarten Teacher," which won top directing honors at the festival in 2018.

Documentaries like On the Record, Disclosure and The Go-Gos are also making noise

It's another Sundance Film Festival of slopes, snow, stars and sales. That's right, the market at the Sundance Film Festival is gearing up yet again with some buzzy titles among those just premiering at the festival and those in competition. And after last year produced some mega deals for movies like "Late Night," "The Farewell" and "Brittany Runs a Marathon" to name just a few, these are the features and documentaries TheWrap will be keeping an eye on while in Park City.

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Netflix in February: Heres Everything Coming and Going - TheWrap

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