You may want to extend your Netflix subscription as we are about to welcome a new month tomorrow. This means, there’s a new set of movies is coming to Netflix as well. Many fans are anticipating it to come as there are many good movies in the lineup. The movies coming next month vary from old classics to new ones.

So if you are planning to have movie nights or simply binge-watch movies during your free time. Then we got you covered. We are going to give you the list and the release dates for the upcoming movies on Netflix this September. Go mark it on your calendars!

The list of the upcoming movies on Netflix this September

Despicable Me (2010) – September 1
  • Gru and his beloved minions are coming to take over Netflix and not the moon. Relive again the first movie of this iconic animated movie series.
  • But if you haven’t seen this, it is about Gru who aims to steal the moon. Then three young girls came into his life and adopts them. Together along with the minions, they go on fun and mischief adventures.
  • The voice cast stars Steve Carrell, Miranda Cosgrove, Russell Brand, and more.

Despicable Me 2 (2013) – September 1
  • The adventure of Gru and his minions continues. As the sequel Despicable Me 2 is also coming to Netflix. This sequel is about Gru being recruited by Lucy Wilde as they investigate the stolen mutagen called PX-41. Moreover, Despicable Me 2 is the 3rd highest-grossing film in 2013.
  • Unfortunately, the first 2 movies are only going to be available on Netflix. We hope the other movies in the franchise also come soon.

Love in the Villa (2022) – September 1
  • A new romantic-comedy movie coming our way by Mark Steven Johnson as the director. Love in the Villa is about a woman who went to Verona, Italy for a vacation after her breakup. However, she finds out that her accommodation got double-booked by a British man.
  • Love in the Villa stars Kat Graham, Tom Hopper, Raymond Ablack, Sean Amsing, and Emilio Solfrizzi.

The Notebook (2004) – September 1
  • The classic romantic-drama movie is also finally coming to Netflix. Go cry all over again in watching this movie adaptation of Nicholas Sparks’s best-selling novel.
  • However, if you haven’t watched The Notebook. This is about a boy who meets a girl with different social status. Due to their differences, they got separated then comes with an emotional twist. So prepare your tissues while watching it.
  • The top casts are Rachel McAdams, Ryan Gosling, Gena Rowlands, James Garner, and more. In addition, the director is Nick Cassavetes.

Ivy + Bean trilogy (2022) – September 2
  • The movies inspired by best-selling children’s books by Annie Barrow are coming to Netflix. There is a total of 3 movies all on one release date. This is recommendable for all children to watch. As it is about the adventures of Ivy and Bean with opposite personalities who became friends.
  • It also stars Keslee Blalock and Madison Skye Validum.

End of the road (2022) – September 9
  • This new action-thriller movie is about a family going on a road trip but encountering an unfortunate event. Chaos began in their family when the brother took the drug money from a crime scene. As the unknown owner wants it back.
  • End of the road stars Queen Latifa, Chris Bridges (aka Ludacris), Beau Bridges, Mychala Faith Lee, and Shaun Dixon. As well as Millicent Shelton, the director of the movie.

Do Revenge (2022) – September 16
  • Witness two high school girls team up together and take revenge on the people that wronged them. This new dark-comedy thriller movie features known stars from different hit T.V. series.
  • This movie stars Camila Mendes, Maya Hawke, Sophie Turner, Alisha Boe, Austin Abrams, Rish Shah, Talia Ryder, and more. This includes the director, Jennifer Kaytin Robinson.

A Jazzman’s Blues (2022) – September 23
  • A new romantic-drama movie is coming to make us emotional again. Moreover, this is a story about the forbidden love of two young people. Where the mother is against her daughter’s relationship with an ordinary boy.
  • A Jazzman’s Blues is directed by Tyler Perry. It also stars Joshua Boone, Solea Pfeiffer, Amirah Vann, Austin Scott, Milauna Jemai Jackson, Brent Antonello, and more.

Lou (2022) – September 23
  • Gear up for another action-thriller movie with Lou. During one rainy night, a child was kidnapped by an unknown man. The mother then seeks help from a woman who is her mysterious neighbor. Together they team up in finding the child as secrets of the past unveil.
  • This movie stars Jurnee Smollett, Allison Janney, Logan Marshall-Green, and more. Moreover, the director of this movie is Anna Foerster.

Blonde (2022) – September 28
  • Get to know more about the Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe. This biopic movie is inspired by the historical novel by Joyce Carol Oates. Moreover, it shows the life of Monroe and her struggles on/off the screen. Where the industry treated her poorly and how it affected her, especially her mental health.
  • Blonde is written and directed by Andrew Dominik. As it also stars Ana de Armas, Adrien Brody, Bobby Cannavale, Xavier Samuel, and Julianne Nicholson.

Other movies coming this September

Many more movies are coming soon on Netflix such as A Cinderella Story, Clueless, This Is 40, The Italian Job, Mean Girls, and more. To know the entire list of movies arriving in September 2022, just click here.

So that concludes the movie list on Netflix for next month. Enjoy watching the movie of your choice and we hope to see you again on the October list!

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