The 5 Best Upcoming Netflix Animated Movies

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The 5 Best Upcoming Netflix Animated Movies

The 5 Best Upcoming Netflix Animated Movies


Netflix has been making a push into the animated movie space in recent years, and the streaming giant has a slew of exciting animated movies in the pipeline. From family-friendly adventures to thought-provoking dramas, there’s something for everyone to look forward to. In this article, we’ll take a look at the five best upcoming Netflix animated movies that are set to be released in the coming months.

1. The Mitchells vs. The Machines

The Mitchells vs. The Machines is an upcoming animated comedy film produced by Sony Pictures Animation. Directed by Mike Rianda and Jeff Rowe, the movie follows the story of a dysfunctional family’s road trip that is upended when they find themselves in the middle of a robot apocalypse. The film promises to deliver top-notch animation and a hilarious storyline that will appeal to audiences of all ages.

2. Wendell & Wild

Wendell & Wild is a stop-motion animated dark fantasy film directed by Henry Selick and produced by Netflix. The movie features the voice talents of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele as two demonic brothers who are forced to face off against their arch-enemy in order to escape the clutches of an otherworldly prison. With its unique visual style and offbeat humor, Wendell & Wild is sure to be a standout addition to Netflix’s animated movie lineup.

3. The Sea Beast

The Sea Beast is an upcoming animated adventure film based on the novel “The Sea Beast Takes a Lover” by Michael André Bernstein. The movie, directed by Chris Williams, tells the story of a mythical sea creature that embarks on a perilous journey to save his kidnapped love. With its epic scale and emotional depth, The Sea Beast is set to be a visually stunning and emotionally resonant animated movie.

4. My Father’s Dragon

My Father’s Dragon is an animated family film based on the children’s book of the same name by Ruth Stiles Gannett. Directed by Nora Twomey, the movie follows the adventures of a young boy named Elmer who sets out to rescue a baby dragon held captive on an island. With its heartwarming story and charming animation, My Father’s Dragon is a must-watch for fans of family-friendly animated movies.

5. Rumble

Rumble is an upcoming animated sports comedy film produced by Paramount Animation and WWE Studios. Directed by Hamish Grieve, the movie takes place in a world where monsters are superstar athletes in a global wrestling federation. When a young monster named Winnie seeks to follow in her father’s footsteps by coaching an underdog monster, she teams up with a washed-up human coach to help turn the unlikely fighter into a champion. With its zany premise and colorful characters, Rumble is set to be a high-energy animated movie that will appeal to audiences of all ages.


With a diverse range of animation styles and storytelling approaches, the upcoming Netflix animated movies promise to offer something for every viewer. Whether you’re a fan of comedy, adventure, fantasy, or heartwarming family stories, there’s plenty to look forward to in the world of animated movies on Netflix. Keep an eye out for these five exciting films and be prepared to be entertained!

41 thoughts on “The 5 Best Upcoming Netflix Animated Movies”

  1. the bikini botom i already finished that movie i forgot when but i know i watched it here a bit spoilers plankton trys to steal the secret formula and SpongeBob tried to take it and it disappear thats only spoilers have a happy time if you watch the new spongebob movie

  2. Texas is a state (most other countries call the provences), not a town. An example of a town would be Austin. Well, really that's a city, but you get the idea.

  3. Kreekcraft: your mom doesn’t love you your dad left you. Your grandma hates you and you’re going to grow up to be Adam Sandler.

  4. leo is intruiguing, chicken run is an aardman film and is easily the most consistent one here, saving bikini bottom is probably going to be mid, ultraman i know basically nothing about and orion and the dark seems like a fun time but hopefully it breaks free a bit from the formula that dreamworks has been having past couple of movies where good thing is bad and bad thing is good

  5. I might watch the Ultraman one, but only because of Ben 10(WayBig was based on Ultraman, and his species name was based on the shows name, Tokusatu->To'ku'star).

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