With this new year, of course, comes new movies to stream. This first entry of the month starts somewhat gently.
There are awards-courting dramas heading to Amazon this month, as well as an animated fourquel and another football docuseries.
Close encounters with the cosmos and self-examinations of human habits this week as we present the biggest films new to streaming this weekend.
Guy Ritchie has enjoyed his recent reunion with Jason Statham, but probably won't be making a film about England's Euro 2020 success story.
Never-before-seen Jedi Knights in Star Wars: Visions, spooky tree knights in The Green Knight, nights out in China with The Farewell.
There are some huge new releases debuting on streaming services this weekend.
The latest Amazon original is a throwback to that far flung era of the 90s erotic thriller, with The White Lotus and Euphoria actress Sydney Sweeney playing one half of an obsessive couple.
Manny Jacinto, who stars as Yao in the new thriller, recounts life in Australian lockdown with Nicole Kidman for company and moving on from his comedy roots.
There's an animated 'Star Trek' show, a dark and mysterious drama and some exciting archive films, including 'Trainwreck', coming to Amazon Prime Video UK.
RL Stine adaptation trilogy of Fear Street begins, and Amazon drops a new sci-fi original with The Tomorrow War.
The comedy star has gone from getting laughs to fighting aliens with his role in Amazon blockbuster 'The Tomorrow War'.
Sam Richardson and Yvonne Strahovski both play characters with scientific backgrounds in the Amazon Prime blockbuster.
This week's offering include a new Sky Original horror, two documentaries and new Liam Neeson action thriller.
Chris Pratt fights aliens in 'The Tomorrow War', while the full Indiana Jones franchise also arrives on Amazon Prime Video.
Netflix continues its weekly rollout of originals with the Sony Pictures Animation collaboration Wish Dragon.
A Scorsese classic, a big old lizard and a journey into the criminal underworld of Brazil. The highlights of this month's Amazon Prime Video offering.
It's a big week for action lovers as we look at the best films new to UK streaming this weekend.
It's a busy month for documentaries on Amazon Prime Video, as well as a highly-anticipated drama series from Barry Jenkins.
A new documentary following a gay-inclusive rugby team almost got left in its creator’s drawer.