Maestro, Rebel Moon and More

Ora Sawyers

The year is coming to end, but not without some major original films debuting on Netflix, Prime Video and more top streaming platforms. Whether it’s potential new holiday classics (Prime Video is launching the Eddie Murphy holiday comedy “Candy Cane Lane” this month) or potential new franchises (Zack Snyder returns to Netflix for the start of his space opera saga “Rebel Moon”), streaming is offering up a ton of original fare this month bolstered by star power such as Bradley Cooper, Natalie Portman, Julia Roberts and more.

Disney+ already added the first four “Indiana Jones” movies to its streaming library in May, but now comes the arrival of the fifth installment, “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny,” which marks Harrison Ford’s final outing as the iconic archeologist and adventurer. Prime Video is hoping to attract subscribers by offering “Sound of Freedom,” one of the biggest and most controversial box office hits of the year. And Netflix is aiming to keep family audiences glued to the television with the arrival of the billion dollar hit “The Super Mario Bros. Movie.”

It’s also Oscar season on Netflix. Bradley Cooper’s Leonard Bernstein biopic “Maestro” and Todd Haynes’ “May December” both launch on the streamer this month as two of its biggest Academy Award hopefuls. Animated contender “Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget” is also debuting.

Check out a rundown below of the biggest films new to streaming in December 2023.

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