Hope you鈥檙e powering through July鈥檚 Netflix additions,聽because the streaming service just announced info on a handful of original feature films that are guaranteed to be heading right to the top of your must-watch list. Right after you view聽that fan-made Series of Unfortunate Eventstrailer for the millionth time, obviously.


Offering us even more original content to get through the between-season聽OITNBdrought, Netflix revealed聽a variety of details on new movies that will be hitting the streaming service directly this year and next. Finally, movie theater-worthy films are diving further into the video-on-demand world. The first two films looking to fill your queue come out this year, while the other two are holding out until 2016. First up is Cary Fukunaga鈥檚聽Beasts of No Nation. Based on the novel by聽Uzodinma Iweala, the drama starring Idris Elba will premiere on October 16. A Western ensemble comedy from Adam Sandler 鈥 the first of four films the comedian will be debuting 鈥 named聽The Ridiculous Six聽featuring Sandler,聽Terry Crews, Taylor Lautner, Rob Schneider and Luke Wilson will be released on December 11. NGL, the former film sounds more promising鈥

Then, in 2016, Netflix will continue its initial rollout of its original film initiative with聽Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: The Green Legend a sequel to the original 鈥 and (probably the most exciting of the bunch) Judd Apatow鈥檚聽Pee-wee鈥檚 Big Holiday聽will launch on Netflix in March 2016. People, get your Pee-wee catchphrases prepped!


And so, the countdown begins鈥 for these film debuts and聽OITNB Season 4 ;)

Which Netflix original feature film are you most excited to watch? Let us know in the comments.

(h/t Vulture, photos via Netflix)