The Best New Movies To Stream On Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, HBO And Peacock This Week

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As the month winds down, so does the movie output on our favorite streaming services. Outlets like Netflix

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and Hulu save most of their new movies for the beginning of the month, while the rest of the month slowly trickles out other selections.

But still, there are close to 40 new films to choose from this week—including what is probably the most significant movie release since Avengers: Endgame. And those movies will be available across five of the biggest streaming platforms: Netflix, Amazon Prime

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, Hulu, HBO Max and Peacock.

So which movies should you be most excited about? Here, I’ve compiled the biggest releases of the week. Then at the end of the article, you can find a full list of every new movie available between Sunday, March 14, 2021 and Saturday, March 20, 2021.

Zack Snyder’s Justice League (HBO Max)

At this point, the story behind Zack Snyder’s Justice League is the stuff of Hollywood lore. After his original film was chopped up and re-edited to a point that was beyond recognition, Snyder’s fans started campaigning to see the director’s original vision. And now we’re finally going to witness what he meant for everyone to see with Justice League.

Here Awhile (Hulu)

Anna Camp has quietly built up quite the impressive filmography over the past several years. And with Here Awhile, she’s really displaying her dramatic chops as a terminally ill woman who wishes to reconnect with her estranged brother.

Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal (Netflix)

Leave it to Netflix to stay so current with its documentaries! Their latest target is the college admissions scandal that dominated the headlines in 2019. This documentary, Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal, takes a deep dive into the fraudulent methods used by Rick Singer to help get children of rich families into the country’s top universities.

Words on Bathroom Walls (Amazon Prime)

This 2020 release is a teen romance directed by Thor Freudenthal. The film follows a witty, introspective high schooler who struggles with his mental illness. He then falls for a girl who inspires him to not be defined by his condition.

Neighbors (Peacock)

Peacock doesn’t much in the way of new releases this week. But the platform will showcase several movies from the past decade, including the box office hit Neighbors. The film focuses on two parents who move to the suburbs, only to find out that their new home is situated next to a fraternity house.

Every new movie available to stream this week

Netflix

  • Audrey (March 14)
  • The BFG (March 15)
  • The Last Blockbuster (March 15)
  • Savages (March 16)
  • Catch.er (March 17)
  • Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal (March 17)
  • Deadly Illusions (March 18)
  • Get the Goat (March 18)
  • Skylines (March 18)
  • The Fluffy Movie: Unity Through Laughter (March 18)
  • Wave of Cinema: 90s Generation (March 18)
  • Who’s the Boss (March 19)
  • Hospital (March 20)
  • Jiu Jitsu (March 20)

Amazon Prime

  • Words on Bathroom Walls (March 19)

Hulu

  • Buddy Games (March 14)
  • 1 Night In San Diego (March 15)
  • Constructing Albert (March 15)
  • Here Awhile (March 15)
  • Intersect (March 15)
  • Missing 411: The Hunted (March 15)
  • Naughty Books (March 15)
  • Pink Wall (March 15)
  • The Pretenders (March 15)
  • The Relationtrip (March 15)
  • Sister Aimee (March 15)
  • The Stand: How One Gesture Shook The World (March 15)
  • Tracks (March 15)
  • Identity (March 18)
  • Hunter Hunter (March 19)

HBO Max

  • Zack Snyder’s Justice League (March 18)
  • Beverly Hills Cop (March 20)
  • Beverly Hills Cop II (March 20)
  • Beverly Hills Cop III (March 20)

Peacock

  • Mr. Baseball (March 15)
  • Neighbors (March 15)
  • The Babe (March 15)
  • The Change-Up (March 16)
  • Come and Find Me (March 18)

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