The Most-Anticipated Movies Coming;-Will the schedule for movie releases return to some semblance of normalcy in 2022? Nobody is sure yet, but scores of high-profile films, like “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever” and “Avatar: The Way of Water,” are scheduled to make their theatrical debuts alone. Last year, numerous films had direct streaming debuts.
Netflix is preparing to release Noah Baumbach’s “White Noise,” starring Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig, as one of the high-profile streaming offers. However, fans will have to wait until 2023 to see Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” on Apple TV Plus.
Pictures from some of the most well-known auteurs in cinema are anticipated this year, with many possibly making their world premieres at the Toronto, Telluride, and Venice film festivals. Among the indie favorites with films scheduled to release in 2022 are Wes Anderson, Luca Guadagnino, Kasi Lemmons, Alejandro González Iárritu, Darren Aronofsky, and Paul Schrader.
The pandemic has accelerated the shift from a theatrical-dominant model to a time when each film is assessed on how it can best reach the audience, whether streaming, in theaters, for premium rental prices, or a combination. The upcoming year appears to be a pivotal one for the film industry. But one thing is certain: Whether superheroes, science fiction, horror, or something entirely different are your thing, there are a ton of exciting movies coming out in the coming year. And Tilda Swinton does star in almost all of them.
The Most-Anticipated Movies Coming in 2023
1.The 355 (Jan. 7)
Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o, Penélope Cruz, Diane Kruger, and Fan Bingbing join together for an all-star spy flick in Simon Kinberg’s most recent film. A CIA agent (Chastain) must work together with a group of multinational agents to recover a top-secret weapon that is threatening the security of the entire planet. The COVID-19 pandemic caused a delay in “The 355″‘s January 2021 release date, which was originally planned.
2.Scream (Jan. 14)
Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, and David Arquette make a comeback in “Scream” ten years after their last appearance (and 25 years after they originally battled Ghostface). The trio is looking for a new killer haunting the once-sleepy village of Woodsboro in the fifth entry of the gory series. Wes Craven, a horror icon who passed away in 2015, is succeeded by directors Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
3.Moonfall (Feb. 4)
If a piece of rock the size of an extinction-level event were to strike Earth, would a stellar cast of scientists be able to save humanity? No, it’s not “Don’t Look Up”; rather, it’s Roland Emmerich, the master of disaster movies, who enlisted Donald Sutherland, Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Michael Pea, Kelly Yu, and Kelly Yu to stop the titular catastrophe. The bizarre video promises action, thrills, and more lunar conspiracy theories than “Room 237,” despite the fact that the release date of February 4 doesn’t scream prestige.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
4.Jackass Forever (Feb. 4)
With “Jackass,” which was released in 2002, Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Wee Man, Preston Lacy, Dave England, Chris Pontius, and Ehren McGhehey made their big-screen debuts. Twenty years, a few movies, and hundreds of stunts later, the group is back for “Jackass Forever,” which is being marketed as the ultimate entry in the series of circus-like prank documentaries. Eric Andre, Tony Hawk, Machine Gun Kelly, Tyler the Creator, and other celebrities make cameo appearances in the film. However, original “Jackass” performer Bam Margera is conspicuously absent because he is involved in a legal dispute with his former coworkers as a result of being fired from “Jackass Forever.” Director Jeff Tremaine is back.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
5.Death on the Nile (Feb. 11)
Kenneth Branagh reprises his role as Hercule Poirot in “Murder on the Orient Express,” a 2017 mystery film that featured a star-studded cast of suspects. Gal Gadot, Annette Bening, Russell Brand, and Armie Hammer co-star with Branagh, who has some ridiculous facial hair, in the long-delayed murder mystery that promises plenty of surprises.
6.Uncharted (Feb. 18)
Tom Holland is switching over to a new Sony property with this adaptation of the well-known action-adventure video game series from Naughty Dog, fresh off the success of “Spider-Man: No Way Home.” Holland will portray Nathan Drake, a globe-trotting treasure hunter who engages in risk-taking antics with Mark Wahlberg’s character, Victor “Sully” Sullivan, and an evil Antonio Banderas.
7.The Batman (March 4)
In Matt Reeves’ dark interpretation of Batman, Robert Pattinson dons the recognizable cape and cowl. The new version emphasizes Bruce Wayne’s early years as the Caped Crusader and boasts a large cast of supporting antagonists and allies, including Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, Paul Dano as the Riddler, Colin Farrell as the Penguin, and Zo Kravitz as Catwoman.
8.The Lost City (March 25)
Sandra Bullock plays Loretta Sage in this comedy-adventure, a writer who is abducted by a kooky billionaire (Daniel Radcliffe) who thinks she can find the treasure from her book’s titular lost city. Alan, Loretta’s innocent-yet-hot cover model, sets out for the jungle to save the author and aid in the discovery of the treasure in an effort to show that he is more than just a pretty face. “The Lost City,” which was directed by Adam and Aaron Nee, also stars Brad Pitt, Patti Harrison, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, and Oscar Nunez.
9.Morbius (April 1)
Following the success of the two “Venom” movies, Sony is continuing to expand its universe of Marvel characters with another spinoff that focuses on villains. Jared Leto changes into Morbius, a doctor who accidentally turns into a super-strong, flying, bloodthirsty vampire while trying to cure himself of a rare blood disease.
10.Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (April 8)
Two beloved video game characters are with Sonic when he returns, thanks to the popularity of the games. Idris Elba’s voiced Knuckles, a red echidna with spiky fingers, is recruited by Jim Carrey’s evil Dr. Robotnik to use the Chaos Emeralds to rule the world. Fortunately for Sonic, Tails, a yellow, two-tailed flying fox, will assist him in his most recent journey.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
11.Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore (April 15)
Audiences first learned about Grindelwald’s atrocities four years ago. Now, Warner Bros. is extending the Wizarding World by exploring the mysteries of Jude Law’s iconic headmaster of Hogwarts. For this installment, Mads Mikkelsen plays the evil Grindelwald, and Eddie Redmayne, Ezra Miller, and other “Fantastic Beasts” actors return. This new spin-off takes place in the “Harry Potter” universe.
12.The Northman (April 22)
The sequel to Robert Eggers’ psychological thriller “The Lighthouse” stars Alexander Skarsgrd as Amleth, who sets out on a mission to punish his father (Ethan Hawke) and save his mother (Nicole Kidman). The 10th-century Icelandic setting of the Viking revenge story also stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Willem Dafoe, Björk, and Claes Bang.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
13.Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (May 6)
The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s cosmos is in serious need of repair following the events of “WandaVision,” “Loki,” and “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” and Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange will try to restore it. Along with Xochitl Gomez as America Chavez, a new hero with the ability to travel to other dimensions, he will be accompanied by Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, the Scarlet Witch; Benedict Wong as Wong, the new Sorcerer Supreme; and Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff. In Sam Raimi’s horror-themed movie, they will fight against supernatural creatures and a villainous Doctor Strange.
14.Downton Abbey: A New Era (May 20)
The 2019 film “Downton Abbey” sequel, which is based on the popular television series, seems to take place in the South of France at Tom Branson’s second wedding. Hugh Dancy, Laura Haddock, Nathalie Baye, and Dominic West, who played the main roles in the previous movie, are anticipated to return, however other story details remain a secret. Julian Fellowes, the creator of the television series, wrote “A New Era,” which Simon Curtis is directing.
15.Top Gun: Maverick (May 27)
Tom Cruise’s return to the pilot’s seat for the “Top Gun” sequel, after spending more than 35 years on the runway, will finally satisfy our craving for speed. The picture by filmmaker Joseph Kosinski will eventually be released after a number of COVID-related delays. Tom “Iceman” Kazansky and Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, played by Tom Cruise and Val Kilmer, are back together and still as rebellious as ever. Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw, the son of Maverick’s close friend, the late Nick “Goose” Bradshaw, joins the cast as Miles Teller.
16.Crimes of the Future (June 3)
With his first movie since 2014’s “Maps to the Stars,” David Cronenberg makes a triumphant comeback, helped along by a very stylish cast that includes Kristen Stewart, Viggo Mortensen, and Léa Seydoux. The movie is said to be a remake of the director’s short film from 1970 with the same name, and it will probably be a horror movie in the vein of “Scanners” and “Videodrome,” among other of his classics.
17.Jurassic World Dominion (June 10)
“Jurassic World Dominion” will provide an answer to the age-old question of whether humans and dinosaurs can coexist now that dinosaurs have been let loose in the modern world. In addition to Sam Neill, Laura Dern, and Jeff Goldblum reprising their roles as the original “Jurassic Park” actors, Colin Trevorrow is back to helm the third entry in the rebooted series. Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard’s “Jurassic World Dominion” is certain to shake up the pandemic-devastated box office.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
18.Lightyear (June 17)
A “Toy Story” universe offshoot, Disney’s upcoming computer-animated film will give viewers their first in-depth look at a full-length Buzz Lightyear journey. While the teaser teases a gorgeous interplanetary journey, nothing is known about the plot. Chris Evans nudged Tim Allen out of the voice studio for the eponymous character. Let’s hope it’s a replica of Claire Denis’ space fright “High Life” from 2018!
19.The Black Phone (June 24)
In the most recent horror film from Scott Derrickson, Ethan Hawke plays a serial killer who imprisons kids in a soundproof basement. However, 13-year-old Finney (Mason Thames) might be able to escape when he finds a disconnected phone that can transmit the voices of previous victims. Produced by Derrickson, Jason Blum, and C. Robert Cargill, “The Black Phone” is based on a short story by Joe Hill.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
20.Elvis (June 24)
Baz Luhurmann’s film will chronicle Presley’s life and career as the King of rock ‘n’ roll, focusing on his relationship with Parker. It stars Austin Butler as the innovative rocker and Tom Hanks as his astute manager Colonel Tom Parker. Yola Quartey, Natasha Bassett, Luke Bracey, David Wenham, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Dacre Montgomery, Helen Thomson, Richard Roxburgh, and Olivia DeJonge are also featured in the cast.
21.Minions: The Rise of Gru (July 1)
In the “Minions” sequel, our beloved yellow pill-shaped animals are returning. The animated film follows 12-year-old Gru’s evolution from a fan of supervillains to the greatest baddie himself. It is set after the events of the 2015 prequel, when the titular characters, who have been since the beginning of time, find a new evildoer to serve.
22.Thor: Love and Thunder (July 8)
In the sequel to “Thor: Ragnarok,” directed by Taika Waititi, Natalie Portman, who previously portrayed Jane Foster, the love interest of Thor in the first two films, will once again wield Mjolnir, the mighty hammer of Thor. Christian Bale will make his screen debut as the villain Gorr the God Butcher in this romance-themed film, which also features a crossover with the Guardians of the Galaxy.
23.Where the Crawdads Sing (July 13)
With this adaptation of the bestselling book by Delia Owens, situated in the isolated marshes of North Carolina, Olivia Newman makes her feature film directing debut. The plot, which spans a 17-year period, alternates between the childhood and adolescence of a young girl who lives in a remote cabin and the murder of a prominent local football player. Daisy Edgar-Jones stars in Hello Sunshine, which is produced by Reese Witherspoon’s Hello Sunshine and Sony’s 3000 Pictures.
24.Nope (July 22)
Jordan Peele, the creator of “Get Out” and “Us,” makes a comeback this summer with the enigmatic “Nope.” Along with Barbara Ferrera, Brandon Perea, and Michael Wincott, the film will feature Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Steven Yeun as the main actors. The plot centers on two siblings who attempt to capture a UFO on camera after their father is killed by flying debris.
25.Thirteen Lives (July 29)
Ron Howard’s “Thirteen Lives” is a retelling of the 12 young soccer players and their coach who were trapped in a cave in northern Thailand for 18 days, and it is based on the actual story of the Tham Luang cave rescue in 2018. The movie, starring Viggo Mortensen, Colin Farrell, Joel Edgerton, and Tom Bateman, is about the international volunteers’ search-and-rescue operation that extricated the thirteen people from the subterranean caves.
26.Bullet Train (Aug. 5)
Brad Pitt, Joey King, Andrew Koji, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Zazie Beetz, Logan Lerman, Bad Bunny, Sandra Bullock, and Karen Fukuhara are among the impressive cast members of David Leitch’s upcoming thriller. As suggested by the title, the action takes place on a Japanese bullet train, where five assassins learn that their various tasks are related.
27.Three Thousand Years of Longing (Aug. 31)
Director George Miller takes a trademark zig with his follow-up, a romance between an academic and a genie, after riding triumphantly into Valhalla with “Mad Max: Fury Road.” Will the movie adopt “The Witches of Eastwick’s” bizarre eroticism? Or is it going to be as operatic and moving as “Lorenzo’s Oil”? or something altogether different? It will be worth the wait, whatever tone Miller conjures for this intriguing premise. Starring are Idris Elba and Tilda Swinton.
28.Don’t Worry Darling (Sept. 23)
Harry Styles and Florence Pugh play an apparently ideal 1950s marriage who get overwhelmed by a sinister secret in Olivia Wilde’s second feature-length directing effort. Wilde also has a supporting part in the psychological thriller, which also stars Chris Pine, Gemma Chan, KiKi Layne, Nick Kroll, and Nick Kroll. On September 23, the Warner Bros. film is scheduled for release.
29.The Woman King (Sept. 16)
The real-life all-female military organization known as the Agoji (also known as the Amazons) in the West African Kingdom of Dahomey is the subject of this violent historical epic starring Viola Davis (present-day Benin). In “The Woman King,” which was directed by Gina Prince-Bythewood and also starred Lashana Lynch, John Boyega, and Adrienne Warren, Davis and her army are shown ruthlessly battling foes who have enslaved their people and betrayed their honor.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
30.Blonde (Sept. 28)
In Andrew Dominik’s film adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates’ novel of the same name, Ana de Armas portrays Marilyn Monroe. Dominik has been working on the movie for ten years; at one point, actresses like Jessica Chastain and Naomi Watts were considered for the lead. Oates described the movie as “startling, wonderful, very frightening, and maybe most amazingly an utterly “female” interpretation” after watching a rough cut. Dominik is apparently keeping with the NC-17 edit that is only for adults.
31.Bros (Sept. 30)
Nicholas Stoller (“Forgetting Sarah Marshall,” “Neighbors”) has directed this gay rom-com written and starring Billy Eichner of “Billy on the Street” fame. This gay romantic comedy from a major studio with an exclusively LGBTQ main cast also stars Luke Macfarlane as Eichner’s love interest.
32.Triangle of Sadness (Oct. 7)
Ruben Stlund’s “Triangle of Sadness,” which took home the Palme d’Or at Cannes this year, follows famous couple Carl (Harris Dickinson) and Yaya (Charlbi Dean) as they board a posh cruise ship with a Marxist captain (Woody Harrelson), where things are sure to get out of hand. Stlund’s debut English-language feature is “Triangle of Sadness.”
33.Tár (Oct. 7)
Todd Field, a former actor, received praise for his direction of “In the Bedroom” and “Little Children” before taking a long break from the industry. He is now back with the Focus Features production “Tár,” which starred Cate Blanchett and was filmed in Berlin last fall. It tells the tale of a famous musician and her Syrian-adopted 6-year-old daughter.
34.Till (Oct. 7)
In “Till,” by Chinonye Chukwu, Danielle Deadwyler plays Mamie Till-Mobley, a teacher who sought retribution for the 1955 lynching of her son Emmett Till. Haley Bennett, Frankie Faison, Jalyn Hall, and Whoopi Goldberg also appear. The movie, which was written by Chukwu, Michael Reilly, and Keith Beauchamp, will have its world premiere on October 7 at the New York Film Festival.
35.Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile (Oct. 7)
The forthcoming live-action/animated musical comedy is directed and written by comedy pair Will Speck and Josh Gordon, with a screenplay by William Davies. Author Bernard Waber’s children’s book of the same name features the renowned crocodile character Lyle, voiced by singer Shawn Mendes. As the Primm family, played by Javier Bardem, Constance Wu, Winslow Fegley, Scoot McNairy, and Brett Gelman, they relocate to New York City and find Lyle living in their new home’s attic. The movie, which is scheduled for release on October 7th, was made by Columbia Pictures.
36.Decision to Leave (Oct. 14)
In Park Chan-wook’s most recent movie, a detective falls in love with a widow after she becomes the main suspect in his murder investigation. The movie, which starred Lee Jung-hyun, Park Hae-il, and Tang Wei, brought the South Korean director the top award for directing at Cannes this year.
37.Halloween Ends (Oct. 14)
In “Halloween Ends,” the final installment of David Gordon Green’s contemporary “Halloween” trilogy, Jamie Lee Curtis returns as Laurie Strode, who vows to exact revenge on Michael Myers for killing her daughter Karen (Judy Greer) in “Halloween Kills.” Andi Matichak, Kyle Richards, Nick Castle, and James Jude Courtney also appear in the concluding chapter.
38.Ticket to Paradise (Oct. 21)
In this romantic comedy movie, Julia Roberts and George Clooney play a divorced couple who decide to visit Bali after learning that their daughter wants to wed a man she met there after graduating. Clooney and Roberts work together in Indonesia to try to stop their daughter from making the same error they believe they did more than 20 years ago. Additionally featured are Kaitlyn Dever, Maxime Bouttier, Lucas Bravo, and Billie Lourd.
39.My Policeman (Oct. 21)
What else is there to know about “My Policeman” besides the fact that Harry Styles, David Dawson, and Emma Corrin all star in it as gay lovers? The movie, which is a Michael Grandage-directed adaptation of the 2012 book by Bethan Roberts, tells the tale of a 1950s closeted police officer who finds himself caught up in a complicated love triangle. Two weeks after its theatrical debut, on November 4, the time-traveling movie will also be available on Amazon Prime Video.
40.Black Adam (Oct. 21)
For the first time in his career, Dwayne Johnson dons a superhero costume as Black Adam, an antihero with abilities comparable to those of Superman. Along with introducing the Justice Society of America and its members, including Doctor Light (Pierce Brosnan), Atom Smasher (Noah Centineo), Hawkman (Aldis Hodge), and Cyclone, the dark and violent DC Comics film also introduces the Justice Society of America (Quintessa Swindell).
41.Armageddon Time (Oct. 28)
For a dramatization of growing up in 1980s Queens, director James Gray returns to his former stomping grounds of New York. Anne Hathaway, Anthony Hopkins, and Jeremy Strong are all part of the cast. “A deeply personal coming-of-age story about the strength of family and the generational pursuit of the American Dream,” is how the movie is described.
42.Amsterdam (Nov. 4)
For what will undoubtedly be one of the most intense films of the season, Christian Bale teams up once more with “The Fighter” director David O. Russell. With Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Rami Malek, Zoe Saldana, Robert De Niro, Mike Myers, Chris Rock, Anya Taylor-Joy, Taylor Swift, and many more reporting for duty, this 20th Century Studios production boasts one of the strongest casts since a Tarantino film. Master cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki is responsible for the film’s lenses; this is his first feature since Terrence Malick’s “Song to Song” in 2017.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
43.Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Nov. 11)
The “Black Panther” sequel, which will be released two years after the terrible passing of actor Chadwick Boseman, will once again be directed by Ryan Coogler. The majority of the cast, including Lupita Nyong’o, Letitia Wright, Danai Gurira, Angela Bassett, Winston Duke, and newcomers Michaela Coel and Dominique Thorne as the young hero Ironheart, will return to continue the superhero story set in Wakanda.
44.She Said (Nov. 18)
This biographical drama, which was directed by Maria Schrader, follows the origins of the #MeToo movement from the viewpoint of New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor, who published the pivotal exposé. Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan star in the movie “She Said,” which is based on the book by Twohey and Kantor.
45.The Fabelmans (Nov. 23)
Less than a year has passed since Steven Spielberg’s ambitious and well-received “West Side Story” remake, proving that brilliance never sleeps. Based on Spielberg’s boyhood, this coming-of-age movie from Universal Pictures is co-written by the filmmaker and Tony Kushner, who also wrote “Story.” Along with a group of young actors who will undoubtedly capture the nostalgia that Spielberg has made a career out of, Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, and Paul Dano have been cast as important adults in the story. Not not convinced? The following movie stars 10-year-old Julia Butters from “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” who gave one of the year’s best performances.
46.Bones & All (Nov. 23)
The latest film by Luca Guadagnino, his first to be filmed in the United States, stars Taylor Russell and Timothee Chalamet. In the horror-tinged tale adapted from Camille DeAngelis’ novel, Mark Rylance, Michael Stuhlbarg, Andre Holland, Jessica Harper, Chloe Sevigny, and David Gordon Green co-star as an unusual young woman who hungers for acceptance and a passionate drifter who embark on a 2,000-mile road trip to confront their otherness from society.
47.Women Talking (Dec. 2)
The Sarah Polley-directed film “Women Talking,” which is based on Miriam Toews’ 2018 novel of the same name, follows eight Mennonite women who meet in secret after the colony’s men repeatedly drug and rape over a hundred girls, who they claim are demons punishing them for their sins. Frances McDormand, Rooney Mara, Claire Foy, Jessie Buckley, and Ben Whishaw are all part of the cast.
48.A Man Called Otto (Dec. 14)
In the upcoming comedy-drama “A Man Called Otto,” directed by Marc Forster and based on the Fredrik Backman novel “A Man Called Ove,” Tom Hanks plays the title character. Otto, a grouchy 60-year-old man, makes the decision to kill himself in the movie when his wife passes away and he is made to resign from his job. He repeatedly runs into interference from new neighbors, which leads him to forge odd relationships. The movie, which debuts on December 14, also stars Mariana Trevio, Rachel Keller, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Cameron Britton, and Mike Birbiglia.
49.Avatar: The Way of Water (Dec. 16)
The 13-year wait is over, and viewers may now visit Pandora once more. Not only is James Cameron’s long-awaited sequel one of the most anticipated movies of the year, but of the past ten years. In the picture, Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) and Jake Sully (Sam Worthington) flee their home in order to defend their family from a resurgent threat.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
50.I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Dec. 21)
The first Whitney Houston biopic approved by the late singer’s estate is “I Wanna Dance With Somebody,” which is directed by “Harriet” director Kasi Lemmons and from TriStar Pictures. Starring Naomi Ackie as Houston, Ashton Sanders as Bobby Brown, Stanley Tucci as Clive Davis, Nafessa Williams as Robyn Crawford, and Clarke Peters and Tamara Tunie as Houston’s parents, the movie offers a glimpse inside the pop star’s life and career.
51.Shazam! Fury of the Gods (Dec. 21)
For this DC superhero movie starring Helen Mirren and Lucy Liu as godly wicked antagonists, Zachary Levi and the Shazam family are back. The main cast and crew from the 2019 hit “Shazam!” are all returning for the follow-up, which is likely to include lots of superheroes, family, and magic – as well as a dragon!The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
52.Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (Dec. 23)
“Knives Out 2,” the first of two upcoming sequels to Rian Johnson’s popular whodunit from 2019, has no official release date but is anticipated to arrive in theaters in late 2022 after a fall festival run. Along with Kathryn Hahn, Dave Bautista, Edward Norton, Ethan Hawke, Leslie Odom Jr., Kate Hudson, Janelle Monáe, Jada Pinkett Smith, Madelyn Cline, and Jessica Henwick, Daniel Craig reprises his role as Detective Benoit Blanc. On a Greek island, production for the Netflix-backed sequel started in the summer of 2017 and ended in September.
53.Babylon (Dec. 25)
With his upcoming story about old Hollywood, “La La Land” filmmaker Damien Chazelle will unavoidably enter the Oscars discussion once more. A-list actors (Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, and Tobey Maguire), directors (Olivia Wilde, Spike Jonze), and a talented supporting ensemble (including Jean Smart and Flea) make up the star-studded cast, whose details are being kept under wraps. Despite having finished filming in October, the Oscar-friendly movie’s release date was pushed back from January to December 2022 as a result of COVID changes.
54.Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio (undated)
In his debut foray into animation, Guillermo del Toro collaborates with Mark Gustafson to co-direct this film. The two will use Gris Grimly’s artwork as inspiration as they take on the well-known tale of a puppet who longs to grow up and become a real kid. Since Del Toro has always identified with the underdogs and monsters of the world, this subject matter ought to flow naturally from his creative impulse.
55.Asteroid City (undated)
For his upcoming film, Wes Anderson points his camera at Spain. While plot details are being kept under wraps, the director has cast his 11th full-length movie with a disproportionately large ensemble, including familiar faces like Tilda Swinton, Adrien Brody, and Jeffrey Wright as well as fresh faces like Tom Hanks, Margot Robbie, and Matt Dillon.
56.White Noise (undated)
This Netflix adaptation of Don DeLillo’s award-winning 1985 postmodern novel about a professor of Hitler studies and his family who are shaken by a “Airborne Toxic Event”—a catastrophic train accident that blankets their town in chemical waste—features Noah Baumbach working once more with Adam Driver and Greta Gerwig. Don Cheadle, Alessandro Nivola, and Jodie Turner-Smith also star. Yes, the story served as inspiration for the band’s moniker, Airborne Toxic Event.
57.Master Gardener (undated)
A thriller starring Joel Edgerton from Paul Schrader follows up the critically acclaimed “The Card Counter” from the previous year. He portrays a horticulturist who is conflicted over two women: the troubled niece of the estate’s owner (Sigourney Weaver), who is young enough to be his daughter, and the estate’s owner, who is old enough to be his mother. Though the part is still open, Zendaya was the candidate Schrader had in mind for it.
58.Bardo (or False Chronicle of a Handful of Truths) (undated)
The most recent film by Alejandro González Iárritu, starring Grantham Coleman, Daniel Gimenez Cacho, and Griselda Siciliana, marks the director’s return to Mexico after a long absence. It is referred to as a nostalgic comedy and centers on a well-known journalist and documentary filmmaker who travels back to Mexico to confront his family, memories, and the country’s past and present.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
59.The Whale (undated)
In Darren Aronofsky’s picture for A24 based on the lauded play by Samuel D. Hunter, Brendan Fraser plays a 600-lb. dad trying to get back in touch with his 17-year-old daughter. In order to transform Fraser into Charlie, who developed compulsive eating after leaving his family behind for his gay boyfriend, who eventually passed away, Aronofsky has confirmed that “plenty of makeup and prosthetics” will be used. Samantha Morton, Hong Chau, and Sadie Sink are also featured.The Most-Anticipated Movies in 2022-2023
- Amsterdam. October 7, in theaters.
- Triangle of Sadness. October 7, in theaters.
- Till. October 14, in theaters.
- Raymond & Ray. October 21, on Apple TV+
- The Banshees of Inisherin. October 21, in theaters.
- Black Adam. October 21, in theaters.
- Is there any new movies coming out 2022?
While Top Gun: Maverick was a runaway success and DC and Marvel continued their multiple multiverses starring Batman, Black Adam, Thor, Doctor Strange, and others, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever is soon to be released.