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The 5 Most Anticipated Netflix Films and TV Shows in 2023

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What is this year's 'White Lotus'? Let's find out.

 

Your Place or Mine - Launching Feb. 10th

What do you get when you mix Reese Witherspoon with Ashton Kutcher? Rom-com heaven of course. In this new movie, Reese plays an uptight L.A mum who swaps houses with her bachelor chum, Kutcher in NYC. From the executive producer of the likes of Devil wears Prada and My Crazy Ex-Girlfriend - this is sure to be one not to miss. 

 

Heart of Stone - Date TBC

If you are missing the likes of Line of Duty then fear not, Heart of Stone is a spy thriller that promises to take action scenes to the next level. It stars Gal Gadot, Jamie Dornan and Alia Bhatt with Gadot playing the role of Stone - a CIA agent with a very important mission. Sounds good. 

 

Maestro - Date TBC

Bradley Cooper makes his actor/directorial return with Maestro - a biopic about master composer, Leonard Bernstein, who, if you didn't know, is widely regarded as the first American conductor to really make it on to International acclaim. arey Mulligan, Jeremy Strong, Matt Bomer and Maya Hawke also star in this sure-to-be-hit- movie. 

 

Bridgerton Season 3 - Launching Mid March 

Bridgerton is back! For the third season of this regency-era all round costume extravaganza, the focus shifts to Lady Whistledown who if you remember, was left heartbroken by overhearing some not-so-nice words from the mouth of long-time dreamboat, Colin Bridgerton. This season, Whistledown is set to get a bit girl power on us and steel herself to move on and force Bridgerton to re-earn her trust and friendship. Oohh. 

 

The Killer - Date TBC

This is the one we have both eyes set firmly on. It stars Michael Fassbender and Tilda Swinton and is said to be adapted from iconic French writer, Alexis Nolent's, graphic novels. Details on the film are hard to come by but it's said to follow a brutal assassin who starts to psychologically crack as he develops a conscience. Sounds brilliant.  


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Poppy covers a wide range of topics at Billionaire, having spent the past 13 years at companies including Singapore Tatler, Her World Plus and Harpers Bazaar UK. She has a passion for fashion, jewellery and travel as well as an avaricious fascination with crime novels. Follow her at poppypskinner on Instagram. 

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