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From Drishyam 2 to Pitta Kathalu, which will be streamed in February




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The return of Manoj Bajpayee’s (missing) agent in Amazon’s The Family Man would be the pinnacle of February’s local streaming picks, but it has been delayed to the summer of 2021 following controversies surrounding Amazon’s Tandav. In its absence, Amazon has secured Malayalam sequel Drishyam 2. Netflix, meanwhile, has Parineeti Chopra in The Girl on the Train, and the Telugu-language anthology film Pitta Kathalu due out in February. And finally we have 1962: The War in the Hills, a Hotstar Specials series based on the Sino-Indian War.

Internationally, Tom & Jerry will deliver some immersive fun on the big screen (which will also be streamed on the US exclusive HBO Max). Netflix’s hit To All the Boys trilogy will also close in February. And there are other titles related to Zendaya, Salma Hayek, Joel Kinnaman, Rosamund Pike and Cathy Yan.

To All the Boys 3, The Girl on the Train and More on Netflix in February

There are also several ongoing series from January, including those from WandaVision, Riverdale, and Dickinson, which are not mentioned below. So here’s our February 2021 guide to that Netflix Amazon Prime Video Disney + Hotstar Apple TV + HBO Max Colors Infinity, and Mubi

Firefly Lane

When: February 3rd
Where: Netflix

Katherine Heigl and Sarah Chalke play the adult versions of their best friends in this series, based on Kristin Hannah’s book of the same name, which follows them as young girls living on Firefly Lane who want to grow up to be famous journalists – but only of them actually does. . That becomes an apple of contention as adults, as does a shared love interest. The TV show follows them from a small town to Seattle in northwestern America.

luck

When: February 5th
Where: Amazon Prime Video

Salma Hayek and Owen Wilson star in this sci-fi drama from writer-director Mike Cahill – his first film in seven years – about a middle-aged man (Wilson) who keeps dreaming about a stranger (Hayek). When he finally bumps into her outside of his dreams, she tells him he lives in a virtual world – à la The Matrix – that she was building. From there it is pure chaos.

Malcolm and Marie

When: February 5th
Where: Netflix

John David Washington (Tenet) and Zendaya (Spider-Man: Homecoming) star in this film from Euphoria creator Sam Levinson that was filmed during the lockdown in a house with a small crew. It’s a night where a filmmaker (David Washington) awaits reviews on his latest film, and how his relationship with his girlfriend (Zendaya) is tested as revelations on the surface of their relationship.

The Snoopy Show

When: February 5th
Where: Apple TV +

With Apple now home to all things Peanuts, a new animated series about the world’s most extraordinary beagle is on its way to celebrate 70 years of comic strip. On The Snoopy Show, he’s a surfer king, the hippest kid in school, a famous arm wrestler, and a World War I flying ace.

Black lightning

When: February 9
Where: Colors Infinity

Jefferson Pierce has seemingly given up his Black Lightning appearance in the fourth and final season of the DC series, if you are to believe the trailer. That comes in the aftermath of – spoiler alert for the end of Season 3 – the death of his longtime detective friend Bill Henderson (Damon Gupton) in the fight to stop Markovia from conquering Freeland. What will prompt him to pick it up again?

Dead pigs

When: February 12
Where: Mubi

Before taking the reins of Birds of Prey, director Cathy Yan made her directorial debut with this Shanghai set of social satire about life in China – growing inequality in wealth and social change in a backdrop of globalization – that won a jury award at Sundance Film festival in 2018. Three years later, Dead Pigs finally gets a worldwide release, direct via streaming.

Vivian Wu (Away, The Last Emperor), Mason Lee (Lucy, The Hangover Pt II), Zazie Beetz (Atlanta, Deadpool 2), Meng Li (The Bad Kids), Haoyu Yang (The Wandering Earth) and David Rysdahl (The Family) are part of the ensemble’s cast.

To all boys: always and forever

When: February 12
Where: Netflix

It’s a capstone to the third and final chapter trilogy – based on the 2017 novel ‘Always and Forever, Lara Jean’ – in which LJ (Lana Condor) reassesses her relationship with boyfriend Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) while middle school is approaching. a closing and during two trips she takes: one road trip to a university and another to Korea with her grandmother and sisters.

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Drishyam 2

When: February 19
Where: Amazon Prime Video

Six years after the events of the original, the sequel to the promising 2013 Malayalam film (remade by Bollywood in 2015) goes straight to streaming thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. It was a quick turnaround for Drishyam 2, who started filming last September.

The main cast of Mohanlal, Meena, Ansiba Hassan and Esther Anil return to reprise their respective roles. The trailer for Drishyam 2 suggests that the past will catch up with the family.

For all of humanity

When: February 19
Where: Apple TV +

Battlestar Galactica creator Ronald D. Moore’s alt-history space racing drama begins a decade later in 1983 for its second season, with the US and USSR at the height of their forces. NASA is no longer a space agency as the United States Department of Defense moves into its building. Yep, you know what that means: astronauts with guns.

Returning cast members include Joel Kinnaman, Michael Dorman, Wrenn Schmidt, Shantel VanSanten, Sarah Jones and Jodi Balfour. New episodes every week.

I care a lot

When: February 19
Where: Netflix

Rosamund Pike channels Gone Girl vibes in this black comedy thriller about a crooked aged care guardian who cheats on her elderly clients for her financial gain. She meets her match in the newest client (Dianne West) who carries some baggage that leads to an argument with a mob boss (Peter Dinklage). Eiza González and Chris Messina play together. J Blakeson (The Disappearance of Alice Creed) writes and directs.

Pitta Kathalu

When: February 19
Where: Netflix

Netflix’s first film in Telugu language is a four-part anthology, as was the case with the first Tamil film Paava Kadhaigal. Producers Ronnie Screwvala and Ashi Dua Sara are reloading the format they used in Bollywood – with Lust Stories and Ghost Stories, both for Netflix – to South India.

Here on Pitta Kathalu – that’s Telugu for ‘short stories’ – the directors are National Award-winning Tharun Bhascker (Pelli Choopulu) and Sankalp Reddy (Ghazi), alongside BV Nandini Reddy (Oh! Baby) and Nag Ashwin (Mahanati) . They will present four shots of outspoken daring women: “Ramula”, “Pinky”, “Meera” and “xLife” respectively.

Eesha Rebba (“Pinky”), Lakshmi Manchu (“Ramula”), Amala Paul (“Meera”) and Shruti Haasan (“xLife”) will lead the four films.

Tom and Jerry

When: February 19 (India), February 26 (USA)
Where: Cinemas and HBO Max

The iconic cat and mouse duo returns to the big screen after nearly 30 years – 1992’s Tom and Jerry: The Movie was the previous feature – with this hybrid live-action / animated adventure set in New York City against the backdrop of a grand Indian wedding. The premise is that the two drive it out as always, before realizing they have a shared enemy in the deputy hotel manager (Michael Peña). Chloë Grace Moretz, Rob Delaney, Ken Jeong, Colin Jost and Pallavi Sharda are featured.

1962: The War in the Hills

When: February 26
Where: Disney + Hotstar

Abhay Deol leads the troops in this jingoistic take on the 1962 Sino-Indian War, which claimed the lives of 1,300-4,900 Indian soldiers. On Republic Day on Instagram, Deol Posted the first look with the caption, “What better opportunity than today to greet all those brave hearts who fought to protect the Motherland.” Mahesh Manjrekar directs.

The girl on the train

When: February 26
Where: Netflix

Parineeti Chopra directs this Bollywood adaptation of Paula Hawkin’s 2015 thriller novel that retains its original British setting, unlike the 2016 Emily Blunt-led Hollywood film that moved the events to America. It’s an interesting choice as it forces Indian actors to take on a British accent as they play non-resident Indians living in the UK. Aditi Rao Hydari, Kirti Kulhari and Avinash Tiwary play next to.

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