10 New Movies and TV Shows to Stream in March 2021
Your trusted streaming services like Netflix and HBO Max are continuing to release must-see TV shows and movies. Including those headed to the big screen this 2021. If you’re looking for a new series or movies to binge or an evening flick to check out, these March releases are the ones to stream this 2021.
Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell”
More than two decades after the death of rap icon The Notorious B.I.G., Netflix’s new documentary will explore the artist’s life and legacy, with words from those closest to him. Stream the film on Netflix March 1.
Amy Poehler directs and stars in this comedy about a young woman taking a stand. After learning about her mother’s rebellious youth, Vivian creates an anonymous magazine calling out the misogynistic and patriarchical culture of her school. The film premieres on Netflix March 3.
“Coming 2 America”
After 33 years, Eddie Murphy reprises his role as Prince Akeem Joffer in the sequel for his 1988 film Coming to America. However, this time, after the Zamunda royal has been crowned king. He then returns to the U.S. upon learning he has a son, Lavelle. The film will be released March 5 in theaters and on Amazon Prime Video.
After HBO’s overwhelming success with Euphoria, the new teen drama Genera+ion dives deep into the underbelly of being a teenager. Also, growing up in Gen Z. The show stars Justice Smith and newcomer Chloe East in a group of friends. Exploring their identity and where they fit in the world. The series premieres March 11 on HBO and HBO Max.
Soleil Moon Frye, the actress behind Punky Brewster, turns back the clock with a new documentary featuring archived footage taken by her during her days as a child star. The film features fellow ’90s teen stars Brian Austin Green, Danny Boy O’Connor, David Arquette, and Mark Paul-Gosselaar. Leonardo DiCaprio serves as an executive producer. Watch the footage March 12 on Hulu.
Netflix’s newest sci-fi thriller composes a world where science has been able to determine one’s true soulmate. However, a woman’s murder has put the mind behind this new discovery in jeopardy. Prepare for a rollercoaster of a film that premieres March 12.
Based on the book of the same name, Cherry stars Tom Holland as a traumatized veteran who turns to a life of crime to feed his opioid addiction. Watch the Spiderman actor in his newest critically-acclaimed role March 12 on AppleTV+.
“The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”
Following the events of “Avengers: Endgame,” Sam Wilson/Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) team up in a global adventure that tests their abilities—and their patience—in Marvel Studios’ “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.” The all-new series is directed by Kari Skogland; Malcolm Spellman is the head writer. Coming March 19, 2021.
“Zack Snyder’s Justice League”
Four years after the film’s premiere, former director Zack Synder is releasing his version of the superhero epic. During the movie’s production, Warner Bros. replaced Snyder with writer Joss Whedon. However, prompted by negative feedback to Whedon’s film, Synder is set to release his own version of the project on HBO Max on March 18
In a spin-off of the Sherlock Holmes stories, this new Netflix series pulls back the curtain on the kids behind the legendary detective’s victories. The show centers on a group of teens surviving on the streets of 19th century London as they solve mysteries of a supernatural nature. Follow the clues March 26.