If you've been worried that eventually you're going to run out of things to watch on Netflix, fear not, because 2021 has LOADS in store for subscribers.

Netflix has just launched a teaser for all the new films that will launch on the service this year.

They've also made a guarantee that there'll be a new movie EVERY week on Netflix.

It won't just be your average rubbish rom com or Adam Sandler comedy either.

These movies have A-listers like Ryan Reynolds, Chris Hemsworth, Leonardo DiCaprio, Dwayne Johnson, Amy Adams and more attached.

27 titles in all have been teased. Among them are 'Red Notice', starring Reynolds, Johnson and Gal Gadot; 'The Harder They Fall' with Regina King; superhero comedy 'Thunder Force' starring Octavia Spencer and Melissa McCarthy; and Halle Berry and Lin Manuel-Miranda's respective directorial debuts, 'Bruised' and 'Tick, Tick... Boom'.

We'll also see the final chapter of two beloved teen rom-com series - 'The Kissing Booth 3' and 'To All the Boys: Always and Forever'.

There's also Amy Adams thriller 'The Woman in the Window' and Chris Hemsworth starrer 'Escape from Spiderhead'. There's Jennifer Garner family movie 'Yes Day' and Jason Momoa action movie 'Sweet Girl'. Speaking of action, let's not forget the much anticipated 'Army of the Dead', directed by Zack Snyder and headlined by Dave Bautista.

More titles listed include 'Outside the Wire', 'Bad Trip', 'O2', 'The Last Mercenary', 'Kate', 'Fear Street', 'Night Teeth', 'Monster', 'Moxie', 'The White Tiger', 'Double Dad', 'Beauty', and animated feature 'Back to the Outback'.

Some have a lot of awards buzz around them, such as the upcoming 'Malcolm and Marie', and 'Don't Look Up', the latest feature from Adam McKay, headlined by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence.

Watch a sneak peek of them all here.