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The Best New Movies to Stream Online

From blockbuster franchises to classic remakes, these are the best new movies we're streaming this month.

If you're anything like us, the last two years of lockdown has meant you have missed some great films. Luckily, lots of new releases from the past 6 months are now on our favourite streaming services. That way, you can catch up on the year in cinema from the comfort of your lounge. From epic musicals to classic Shakespearean tales, these are the best new movies available to stream online, right now!

The Tragedy of Macbeth

Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand lead the bold adaptation of this Shakespeare classic. Expect this black and white film to engage you with its classic themes of murder, deception, ambition and madness.

Watch on Apple TV+

West Side Story

This classic tale derived from Romeo & Juliet has been given the Spielberg reboot. The Academy Award-winning director has revitalised the iconic musical West Side Story. The vibrant dance sequences, renowned songs and epic story is one to watch for musical lovers.

Watch on Disney+

Spencer

Kristen Stewart plays the title role in a new and unique film on Princess Diana's  life. Unlike other biographical films, Spencer looks at the few fateful days leading up to the last Christmas that Diana and Prince Charles were married, and dramatises what may have happened.

Watch on Amazon Prime

Being the Ricardos

Starring Nicole Kidman and Javier Bardem as Hollywood golden couple Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, this lively film follows one production week of their wildly popular show I love Lucy. Beyond the table reads and audience tapings, you'll gain an dramatic insight into their life and love.

Watch on Amazon Prime

No Time to Die

The latest in the James Bond franchise, everyone's favourite spy is back to his old tricks. After 'retiring' and going off-grid, he is looped back into the past, in more ways than one, and discovers he is not the only 007.

Watch on Amazon Prime

The King's Man

The prequal to the wildly popular Kingsman franchise, The King's Man is set during World War I and tells the origin story of the world's first independent intelligence agency. Expect action, espionage and a few famous, and infamous, historical figures.

Watch on Disney+

Annette

Annette is musical love story that follows a provocative stand-up comedian (Adam Driver) as he falls in love with a world-famous soprano (Marion Cotillard). An epic and mind-blowing odyssey that is visually stunning, you will find yourself mesmerised by each scene.

Watch on Stan

The French Dispatch

From the brilliant mind of auteur Wes Anderson, comes this adorable new film described as a "love letter to journalism". Taking inspiration from the format of the fictional newspaper from which the film derives its name, The French Dispatch is broken up into a series of mini stories each bringing to life a different segment of the paper.

Watch on Disney+