The year was a great one for Netflix.
The company delivered three of the year’s biggest releases and also got some big box office hits like Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and Wonder Woman.
And now it’s getting ready to release its 2018 movie library, and Netflix says it’s going to release a ton of movies.
But the company isn’t doing everything by the book.
Netflix is also planning to release films based on popular TV shows and films, including a remake of the hit HBO series Game of Thrones, The Hobbit, and an adaptation of the cult film The Exorcist.
And that’s just the beginning.
Netflix also plans to release an adaptation and remake of its own upcoming animated feature, The Boondocks.
The animated film, which has grossed more than $1 billion worldwide, is a comedic parody of popular shows like Adult Swim and South Park.
But there are some big changes for Netflix in the coming year.
The streaming giant is also rolling out a series of new TV shows, including the debut of Arrested Development, which is slated to debut in late 2018.
And Netflix is planning to roll out a new series of original shows for kids, including Supernatural, Stranger Things, and The Expanse.
The list of upcoming films is long, but here are the big ones Netflix will release in 2018.1.
Wonder Woman (2017)In a world where superheroes are all-powerful and there are only two genders, Wonder Woman has been the symbol of hope for a generation of kids.
She has become a superhero in her own right and is a big part of the reason for the world’s love of the DC Comics property.
The film opens in theaters March 4, 2018.2.
The Boondock Saints (2017, Warner Bros.)
This remake of a beloved series from 1991 is the latest movie from Warner Bros., which is releasing the sequel to the 1990 classic The Boongocks.
It stars Sam Rockwell, Kevin Hart, James McAvoy, T.J. Miller, and John Cusack as a group of misfits trying to get out of a small town.
It opens in early 2019.3.
The Exorcism of Emily Rose (2016, Warner Brothers)Set in a creepy Victorian London mansion, The Exocet is a supernatural drama about a nun who believes she’s possessed by the devil.
The plot follows a family as they try to figure out who is responsible for the supernatural attacks on their house.
The first film opens March 16, 2019.4.
Bojack Horseman (2017 to 2018)The new season of HBO’s popular fantasy series follows a pair of brothers, Jules and Billy, who are having problems with their stepfather.
The show is set in the world of Bajanjaya, the kingdom of the Bajanas.
It begins in 2019.5.
Fantastic Beasts and WHERE to Find them (2017; Warner Bros. Home Entertainment)This adaptation of J.K. Rowling’s magical Harry Potter series is based on the popular novel series, which focuses on an ancient wizard who has a penchant for animals.
It’s set in 2019 and stars Benedict Cumberbatch, Danny Huston, and Emma Watson.6.
The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (2017 (animated); Warner Bros./ New Line)The newest animated film from New Line is the sequel of the 2012 hit Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
The Hobbit: Desolation Of Smaug opens in 2019 to the delight of fans and critics.7.
The Expanse (2019)The sci-fi drama is set at a faraway planet where humans have colonized and established colonies on numerous worlds.
But a race of alien beings are invading the human space.
They are called the Omicronians.
The epic conclusion to the first movie opens in 2020.8.
Supernatural: The Originals (2019 to 2020)This series from NBC is set between the TV series and the movies.
It follows Sam, a young man who was a close friend of a former student of supernatural powers.
He must find out what happened to his friend and the other students in his class, and try to stop them from becoming monsters.
It premieres March 17, 2020.9.
Boys Don’t Cry (2019; Universal)This movie about a young boy who finds his parents murdered is a comedy.
It is a sequel to 2015’s Boys Don’t Die, which starred Charlie Day, Matt LeBlanc, and Billy Crudup.10.
Stranger Things: Season 2 (2019-2020)The first season of Netflix’s supernatural horror series follows Eleven (Caleb McLaughlin) as he travels through the Upside Down to search for the missing boy, Matt.
The season starts in 2020 and stars Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, and Millie Witt.11.
Serenity: Season 3 (2019 – 2021)This sci-Fi series follows Serenity, a human who has