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Top 6 Netflix movies to watch this April 2024

Top 6 Netflix movies to watch this April 2024

Netflix fans have exciting news ahead with a wealth of upcoming content poised to set trends in the web-series genre, including some of the latest arrivals whether it’s groundbreaking storytelling or innovative production techniques.

Netflix continues to push the boundaries of entertainment, promising an array of captivating experiences for viewers worldwide.

Here are the top 6 Netflix movies to watch this April 2024

Ripley – April 4

Ripley – April 4

Starring Andrew Scott, Johnny Flynn, and Dakota Fanning, “Ripley” is an eight-episode series set in 1960s Italy. Directed, written, and executive produced by Oscar winner Steve Zaillian, the show is based on Patricia Highsmith’s novels. It follows Tom Ripley (played by Scott), initially hired to convince Dickie Greenleaf (Flynn) to return to the U.S., but he gets entangled in a web of lies and fraud. Adapted from Highsmith’s 1955 crime novel “The Talented Mr. Ripley,” the series features Scott as the charismatic grifter Tom Ripley navigating deceit, fraud, and murder in early ’60s New York, with Flynn portraying the wayward Dickie.

Scoop – April 5

Scoop – April 5
Starring Billie Piper, Gillian Anderson, Keeley Hawes, Romola Garai, and Rufus Sewell, “Scoop” is a film based on Prince Andrew’s BBC Newsnight interview about Jeffrey Epstein. Directed by Philip Martin, it focuses on the women behind the interview’s creation, led by BBC producer Sam McAlister (Piper). Anderson portrays reporter Emily Maitlis. The film highlights the dedication of journalists and the impact of their work.

Parasyte: The Grey – April 5

Parasyte: The Grey - April 5
Netflix debuts its latest horror series, “Parasyte: The Grey,” directed by Yeon Sang-Ho, known for “Train to Busan.” This South Korean show revolves around parasitic zombies that invade Earth, mimicking humans and turning them into killers. Sang-Ho’s track record promises an action-packed and gripping experience. Despite the saturation of zombie content, his fresh approach ignites anticipation. With its potential to captivate audiences worldwide, “Parasyte: The Grey” could follow in the footsteps of successful South Korean projects on Netflix.

Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver – April 19

Rebel Moon - Part Two: The Scargiver – April 19
Zack Snyder’s epic sci-fi fantasy returns with even more action as the ruling elite of the Realm spreads tyranny and destruction across the galaxy. As the Realm’s forces attack, the planet Veldt, now Kora’s new home, becomes a battleground. This time, Anthony Hopkins’ character Jimmy takes on a more violent role, while star Sofia Boutella’s Kora wields a brilliant lightsaber-like weapon in intense sci-fi sword-fighting scenes.

Dead Boy Detectives – April 25

Dead Boy Detectives – April 25
Dead Boy Detectives is a new supernatural series in Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman universe. The show follows teen ghosts Edwin Payne (played by George Rexstrew) and Charles Rowland (played by Jayden Revri) as they solve mysteries at the Dead Boy Detectives agency. Expecting crossovers within the universe, the series has been likened to Lockwood & Co.

Goodbye Earth (Season 1) – April 26

Goodbye Earth (Season 1) – April 26
Goodbye Earth based on Kōtarō Isaka’s novel, is the highly anticipated Netflix Original K-drama sci-fi series set for global release on April 26th, 2024. Directed by Kim Jin-Min and written by screenwriter Jung Sung Joo, known for her previous works like “Heard It Through the Grapevine,” “Goodbye Earth” marks her return to screenwriting after 2015. The series centers on the imminent threat of destruction by an incoming asteroid. Scheduled to debut on Netflix after a delay, this dystopian drama promises an intense sci-fi thriller experience.