Films such as Top Gun: Maverick, Jurassic World: Dominion and, most recently, Avatar: The Way of Water set massive box office records in 2022.

Film direction: 23 highlights to watch out for in 2023

Films such as Top Gun: Maverick, Jurassic World: Dominion and, most recently, Avatar: The Way of Water set massive box office records in 2022.

Films such as Top Gun: Maverick, Jurassic World: Dominion and, most recently, Avatar: The Way of Water set massive box office records in 2022.

This is good news for movie fans and the film industry.

The bad news is that this year’s audience numbers are nowhere near pre-pandemic levels.

2023 will be the year that the industry triumphantly declares that things are Go back to where you were before COVID or not?

Here’s a list of 23 titles coming out in 2023 (in order of release date) that could play a role in determining how quickly theaters can recover.

  1. until
    Based on true and shocking events in the American Deep South during the 1950s, Till tells the story of 14-year-old Emmett Till, who is kidnapped and killed after being accused of whistling a white woman by a wolf.

It shows Emmett’s mother, Mami Till-Mobley, facing an almost impossible struggle in trying to achieve justice for her deceased son.

Danielle Deadwyler, who plays Mamie, delivers a particularly powerful performance that could win an Oscar.

(In theaters January 6)

  1. Kingdom of Light
    The love letter written by Sir Sam Mendes to the film. It’s set in a small coastal movie theater in the 1980s, with Oscar winner Olivia Colman as the cinema’s manager.

When a new ticket seller, played by BAFTA winner Michael Ward, is hired. The two find an unlikely connection. Mendes’ story explores everything from love to racism. misogyny to mental health

And Coleman is being talked about as a contender for the awards season’s acting awards.

(In theaters January 9)

  1. Tar
    Cate Blanchett has consistently received awards and critical acclaim for her performance as composer and conductor Lydia Tár, a musician who reached the peak of her career. Khatkid begins to affect her life and work.

Blanchett has already won two Oscars. She won her first Oscar in 2005, her second after a 9-year absence in 2014. So mathematically. At least 2023 is nine years later. She is slated to win again in the next few months, and she might.

(In theaters January 13)

  1. Sacred Spider

Inspired by real life, this drama is based on the crime of Saeed Hanaei, an Iranian construction worker, who murdered 16 sex workers in Mashad.

The film is mostly made up of stories. Follows female investigative journalist Rahimi, played by Tsar Emir-Ebrahimi. Key player in tracking down serial killers

Emir-Ebrahimi won Best Actress at the Cannes Film Festival for her intense and multi-layered performance.

(In theaters January 20)

  1. Fabelman

This is undoubtedly the most personal film in Steven Spielberg’s half-century-long career. It is the story of his own fictional childhood. Growing up in a broken family

It shows his sometimes difficult relationship with his parents. Just as he fell in love with movies as a child. And that passion has grown in a career that has earned him two Academy Awards for directing, and that could potentially land him a third for this one.

(In theaters January 27)

  1. Whale

Brendan Fraser was nominated for an Academy Award for his extraordinary performance in one of the year’s strangest and most heartbreaking stories. He plays an abnormally obese teacher. live in a small apartment desperately trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter

The film received acclaim at several film festivals. and is expected to seriously compete for the award The strong support came from the other members of the cast which included Hong Chau, Sadie Sink and Samantha Morton.

(In theaters February 3)

  1. Magic Mike’s Last Dance

The first Magic Mike movie released in 2012 excites audiences with its well-trained brand of entertainment. A sequel followed three years later.

And now, the third and final installment is slated for 2023. The story expands on young actor Channing Tatum’s experiences as a stripper. This installment sees Mike embark on a new journey through Salma Hayek’s intimate relationship with Max.

(In theaters February 10)

  1. Luther

After more than a decade on TV The crime thriller Luther has finally made its way onto the big screen. Author Neil Cross continues the story he started on the BBC.

Little was revealed about the storyline. But expect horrific crimes and psychological twists. Naturally, Idris Elba returns as the titular detective. Alongside him this time were Cynthia Erivo and Andy Serkis.

(launching on Netflix in March)

  1. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3

“I’m Groot.” “I’m Groot.” Stop. “I’m Groot.” Translation if you will: The galaxy’s favorite mismatched group of heroes returns once more to try to protect the galaxy with a mission this time with news. It is widely rumored to put one of the teams under death threats.

Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldaña, Karen Gillan, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Pom Klementieff and Dave Bautista, plus Will Poulter, whose character Adam Warlock is first hinted at in the post-credits sequence in Volume 2.

(released in theaters May 5)

  1. Fast X
    The 10th, final installment in the Fast and Furious franchise has been described as one of the most expensive films ever made. This means that we think the retina-splitting chases and heartbreaking action scenes are even more.

Filmed in locations such as London, Rome and Lisbon, Vin Diesel appeared alongside Jason Statham and Michelle Rodriguez as usual. This time without Dwayne Johnson.

(released in theaters May 19)

  1. Killer of the Moon Flower
    This long-running project is named in the paper. Perhaps the strongest pedigree of any movie in 2023.

Oscar winner Martin Scorsese Directed by Leonardo DiCaprio and Academy Award winner Robert De Niro, plus (possibly) soon Oscar winner Brendan Fraser.

It’s a 1920s drama that follows an investigation into the murder of a handful of wealthy people in Osage County, Oklahoma after the discovery of a huge oil field there.

(releasing in theaters in May)

  1. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
    The sequel to 2018’s Into the Spider-Verse, the animated film once again sees Miles Morales travel between alternate universes.

In addition to developing his relationship with Gwen Stacy’s Spider-Woman, he also made contact with Spider-People This includes the older Spider-Man, the English Spider-Man, and the pregnant Spider-Woman.

Shameik Moore once again provides the voice of Miles. Joining him are Hailee Steinfeld, Issa Rae and Daniel Kaluuya.

(In theaters June 2)

  1. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny

While the films in the original Indiana Jones trilogy are considered by many to be classics, they are not. But the fourth film, The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, is seen as horribly bad.

And the film’s presumed plan to hand the baton to Indy’s newly discovered son Shia LaBoeuf’s Mutt seems wisely abandoned.

This time, Harrison Ford plays Indy, joining newcomers Toby Jones, Antonio Banderas and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. as well as the return of John Rhys-Davies.

(In theaters June 30)

  1. Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part 1
    The seventh installment in the Mission: Impossible franchise features the usual mix of epic settings. high-octane chase and stunts that strain the sphincter.

We think Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt will once again fight to save the world from an evil global plot.

The first example shows where it is expected to jog. and support from the list of returning characters

(In theaters July 14)

  1. Barbie

The first picture from the Barbie movie almost broke the internet. And it’s hard to think of a more perfect casting than Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling as the fashion dolls that have been Mattel’s stars for decades – Barbie and Ken.

Usually it’s called a romantic comedy. but other than that Plot details are relatively meager. But no matter what the plot will be Viewers were looking forward to what promised to be a feast of cool primary colors.

(In theaters July 21)

  1. Oppenheimer

The latest epic in the Dark Knight trilogy and director Christopher Nolan’s Inception is the story of physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer. He is often referred to as the father of the atomic bomb.

Oppenheimer was one of the leading members of the Manhattan Project. This led to the creation of the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.

And he was one of those who witnessed the first atomic bomb test in New Mexico. Cillian Murphy as Oppenheimer, Emily Blunt as his wife Kitty.

(In theaters July 21)

  1. Next Door Wins
    Works of director Taiga Waititi, whose follow-up to hit comedies like Jojo Rabbit and Thor: Love and Thunder, appears to be very different from his earlier work.

Next Goal Wins is based on the true story of the coach appointed to head the American Samoa national team. The worst team in the world In an attempt to qualify for the 2014 World Cup, Michael Fassbender plays Coach Thomas.

(In theaters September)

  1. Dune: Part Two
    The first Dune film was a bit ambitious to announce itself as Dune: Part One, but that confidence came as audiences flocked to see what turned out to be the film equivalent of Arrakis’ star coveted spice.

The film is supposed to tell the story in the second half of author Frank’s original novel. Herbert, roughly, Timothée Chalamet returns as Paul Atreides, as does Zendaya as Cha.

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