New Hulu movies: the biggest films to stream in February 2024

A still of Edward and Bella in a forest, leaning over a rock and looking at something off screen, in Twilight, one of the new Hulu movies
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart have great chemistry as Edward and Bella in the Twilight Saga of movies. (Image credit: Summit Entertainment)

If you're looking for all of the new Hulu movies, you've landed in the right place. In this guide, we've included all of the new movies that are coming to the streaming platform in February 2024. 

We've added every new movie release that's coming to Hulu over the next month. There's a range of genres to pick from this February, including action, family dramas, comedies, horrors and a couple of classics. With a growing library of excellent films and TV shows, it's no surprise Hulu is one of the best streaming services around.

Overwhelmed by choice? We've got you. If you're not sure which of the best new Hulu movies you should watch first, we've selected our top six picks at the top of this guide. If you only want the best of the bunch, take a look at our best Hulu movies guide instead. Or, for our top boxset recommendations, there's our best Hulu shows list. Otherwise, read on for our guide to the best new Hulu movies to watch right now.

New Hulu movies: the best films to stream in February 2024

These are our six top picks of all the new Hulu movies you can watch on the streaming service this month:

Call Me By Your Name

A still from the movie Call Me By Your Name, of main characters Elio and Oliver sat in a town square on white chairs.

Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet play Oliver and Elio in coming-of-age romance Call Me By Your Name.  (Image credit: Sony Pictures)

Release date: 2017
Main cast: Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, and Michael Stuhlbarg
Rotten Tomatoes (RT) score: 94%

Call Me By Your Name is a heartbreaking coming-of-age romance directed by Luca Guadagnino (Suspiria, A Bigger Splash) that was a huge hit with critics and audiences alike when it was released in 2017. 

Based on a book of the same name, the movie is set in 1983 in Italy and follows the story of the romantic relationship between 17-year-old Elio (played by Timothée Chalamet) and 24-year-old Oliver (Armie Hammer), who is working as an assistant to Elio's father.

Be warned, Call Me By Your Name is gut-wrenchingly sad at times, but it's also a beautiful exploration of first love, identity and sexuality that you'll be thinking about long after the credits have rolled. 

Jumanji

A still from the movie Jumanji of the main characters huddled together in a living room looking startled.

Robin Williams, Kirsten Dunst and the rest of the cast are truly captivating in Jumanji. (Image credit: Sony Pictures Releasing)

Release date: 1995
Main cast: Robin Williams, Kirsten Dunst, and Bonnie Hunt
RT score: 51%

It's time to start monkeying around with the fun and thrilling family classic Jumanji. This fast-paced movie suits all ages, which is why it's been a firm favorite with audiences since its release back in 1995. Now it’s available on Hulu it's one to add to the watchlist, even if you've seen it hundreds of times before.

Jumanji follows the story of a mysterious board game that brings characters, wildlife and weird and wonderful threats from the jungle into the real world. It centers on Alan Parrish (played by Robin Williams) who is trapped inside the game as a child and then released decades later by two unsuspecting kids. The action and adventure that follows is a whirlwind race against time to finish the game before the jungle madness that emerged destroys everything. It's a super entertaining blend of heart, humor and high-stakes adventure that's just as fun on the fifth watch as it was on the first. 

The Twilight movie collection

A still from the movie Twilight of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart as Edward and Bella, leaning over a rock in a forest.

Robert and Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are star-crossed lovers Edward and Bella in the Twilight movies. (Image credit: Summit Entertainment)

Release date: 2008
Main cast: Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Green, and more
RT score: ranges from 25% to 49% across all five films

All five instalments of the romance-meets-fantasy Twilight movie saga are now available to stream on Hulu. Based on a series of novels, the Twilight movie collection follows the story of schoolgirl Bella (played by Kristen Stewart) and brooding vampire Edward (played by Robert Pattinson), who strike up an unexpected romance when they meet at their high school in Forks, a small town on Washington state's Olympic Peninsula.

But lots of things stand in the way of their blossoming romance, including Bella's friendship with Jacob, her old childhood friend and a member of the Quileute tribe, as well as the fact Edward is a vampire from the turn of the century. The movie collection follows the ups and downs of these two star-crossed lovers as they try and navigate all sorts of obstacles to be together. 

These movies aren't for everyone. But if you want a chilled weekend with teen romance – and the drama that often accompanies it – werewolves and creepy vampires, you're in for a fun-filled 10 hour+ binge session now the whole saga has landed on Hulu.

12 Years a Slave

A still of Chiwetel Ejiofor in 12 Years a Slave, showing a close up of his face.

Chiwetel Ejiofor gives a monumental performance as Solomon Northup in 12 Years a Slave. (Image credit: Summit Entertainment)

Release date: 2013
Main cast: Chiwetel Ejiofor, Lupita Nyong'o, and Michael Fassbender
RT score: 95%

Based on the memoir of the same name, 12 Years a Slave follows the story of an African American man called Solomon Northup (Chiwetel Ejiofor) who was kidnapped and sold into slavery in the mid-1800s. It shows the unrelenting cruelty he experienced both at the hands of conmen and plantation owners. 

The director of 12 Years a Slave, Steve McQueen (Shame, Hunger), was highly praised for the movie, as were the cast. Ejiofor gave the performance of a lifetime as Northup, Lupita Nyong'o plays enslaved woman Patsey who experiences horrendous treatment at the hands of plantation owner Edwin Epps, played by Michael Fassbender.

As you might expect, 12 Years a Slave isn’t comfortable viewing. Many parts of it are brutal. However, it’s been praised as one of the most accurate portrayals of the African-American experience, which means it's a must-watch. 

Predator

A still from the movie Predator of the Predator with its mask off and its arms spread out in the jungle, ready for battle.

In Predator the final showdown between Arnie and the Predator is a classic action movie masterclass. (Image credit: 20th Century Fox)

Release date: 1987
Main cast members: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jesse Ventura, and Carl Weathers
RT score: 80%

Predator is a classic late 80s movie that combines extremely quotable one-liners, high-paced action scenes, science-fiction and a helping of horror. It follows the story of an elite paramilitary rescue team who are on a mission to save hostages in a Central American rainforest.

Headed up by Dutch Schaefer (Arnold Schwarzenegger), the team end up getting much more than they bargained for when they encounter a mysterious and deadly Predator with highly-advanced technology and creepy cloaking abilities that hunts them down one by one. 

If you love Predator (and we imagine you'll have watched it recently after Carl Weathers' unexpected passing), we highly recommend watching more of the movies that followed, which are set in the same universe. In our opinion, the best is the most recent 2022 movie Prey. A prequel to Predator, Prey is set in the Northern Great Plains of 1719 where a young Comanche woman encounters the Predator.

Nomadland

A still from the movie Nomadland of Frances McDormand as Fern in a desert.

Frances McDormand plays Fern in the drama Nomadland, based on a book of the same name. (Image credit: Searchlight Pictures)

Release date: 2020
Main cast members: Frances McDormand, David Strathairn, and Bob Wells
RT score: 93%

Nomadland is one of the newest recommended movies on Hulu this month and it's a must-watch for its powerful exploration of nomadic life. The movie follows the story of Fern, played by Frances McDormand, a widow who decides to leave her life in Nevada and travel around the United States in search of work in her van.

This Oscar-winning movie blends non-fictional elements with fictional storytelling, and the result is a highly immersive and emotional journey. There's top acting here – as well as from plenty of non-actors, to further add to the realism – and stunning cinematography that is both dream-like and captures the breathtakingly vast landscapes of the American West. 

At times this is a heavy movie, exploring themes of loss, homelessness and desperation, but it's also about the overriding power of resilience and community, too. 

New Hulu movies: the complete list for February 2024

A screenshot of Robin Williams in the 1995 movie Jumanji, he has long hair and a long beard and is stood between characters Judy and Peter.

Robin Williams is phenomenal as Alan Parrish in Jumanji. (Image credit: Sony Pictures)

Looking for all of the new Hulu movies that are landing on the platform in February 2024? Read on for the full list below:

February 1

  • America's Sweethearts (2001)
  • Baby Boy (2001)
  • Big Momma's House (2000)
  • Black Knight (2001)
  • The Cabin in the Woods (2012)
  • Call Me By Your Name (2017)
  • Client 9 (2010)
  • Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs 2 (2013)
  • Date Movie (2006)
  • Dear John (2010)
  • The Descent (2005)
  • Eat Pray Love (2010)
  • The Eye (2008)
  • First Daughter (2004)
  • Force Majeure (2014)
  • Gnomeo & Juliet (2011)
  • Godzilla: Tokyo S.O.S. (2004)
  • Hitch (2005)
  • How Stella Got Her Groove Back (1998)
  • Jason Bourne (2016)
  • Jack And Jill (2011)
  • Judas and the Black Messiah (2021)
  • Jumanji (1995)
  • Just My Luck (2006)
  • Jumping the Broom (2011)
  • Knight And Day (2010)
  • Life or Something Like It (2002)
  • Love is Strange (2014)
  • Man on Fire (1987)
  • Men Of Honor (2000)
  • Monster In-Law (2005)
  • Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
  • My Super Ex-Girlfriend (2006)
  • Night Catches Us (2007)
  • Notorious (2009)
  • Obsessed (2009)
  • Pretty Woman (1990)
  • Secrets of Eden (2012)
  • The Secret Life Of Bees (2008)
  • Sisters (2006)
  • Soul Food (1997)
  • Twilight (2008)
  • The Twilight Saga: New Moon (2009)
  • The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010)
  • Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 1 (2012)
  • The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2 (2012)
  • Valentine's Day (2010)
  • Warm Bodies (2013)
  • The Watch (2012)
  • What's Your Number? (2011)
  • 12 Years A Slave (2013)
  • The 40 Year-Old Virgin (2005)
  • 500 Days Of Summer (2009)

February 2

  • Freelance (2022)

February 4

  • Alien Vs. Predator (2004)
  • Beloved (1998)
  • Hope Floats (1998)
  • Predator (1987)
  • Predator 2 (1990)

February 5

  • Antebellum (2020)

February 6

  • Camp Hideout (2023)

February 8

  • The Last Song (2010)
  • Love & Other Drugs (2010)
  • Romeo + Juliet (1996)

February 9

  • The Abyss (1989)
  • Cat Person (2023)
  • The Lost King (2022)

February 10

  • The Lost City (2022)

February 11

  • Father Stu (2022)

February 12

  • Blended (2014)

February 15

  • Infinite Storm (2022)
  • Joan Baez: I Am A Noise (2023)
  • Next Goal Wins (2022)
  • Prometheus (2012)
  • 2:22 (2017)

February 16

  • Pod Generation (2023)

February 17

  • Amulet (2020)

February 19

  • Nomadland (2021)

February 23

  • Mercy Road (2021)

February 24

  • Dragonkeeper (2022)
  • Inspector Sun and the Curse of the Black Widow (2022)

February 25

  • Monica (2023)

February 28

  • Those Who Wish Me Dead (2021)

February 29

  • St. Vincent (2014)
  • The Shack (2017)
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