The coming months will still bring many surprises to movie lovers. Sequels and new blockbusters are on the way.
After many years of hiatus and limited theatrical releases, 2023 will be remembered as a year full of highly anticipated films, with some new releases and sequels of great success. Since the beginning of the year, major films have been released, and in July this trend was confirmed by the release of two of the most anticipated films of recent years: “Barbie” AND “Oppenheimer“. But movie buffs can rest assured that there are many more films to come in the coming months.
August might be a little quieter, with less popular titles but some interesting news. After all, it will be released on August 11″Gran Turismo: The Movie“, a film adaptation of the famous video game. The film is directed by Neil Blomkamp and features an all-star cast including David Harbour, Orlando Bloom and Djimon Hounsou.
Instead, it will be released in September “Nun II“, the 2018 horror sequel that promises to be even scarier than the first. Also coming out in SeptemberCreator“, directed by Gareth Edwards, will take viewers into a future war between the human race and the forces of artificial intelligence, with a cast that includes John David Washington and Gemma Chan.
The tenth chapter of the “Saw” saga.Saw X‘, directed by Kevin Grothert and with Tobin Bell returning as Jigsaw, will release in September, just in time for Halloween, promising new challenges and twists for horror fans.
October and November will be the busiest months
However, Martin Scorsese’s new work will arrive in October.”Flower Moon Assassins‘, a short story based on the best-selling book that explores America’s relationship with indigenous peoples.
November will probably be the richest month with the release of “The Dunes: Part Two“, directed by Denis Villeneuve, who continues the story of the film adaptation of the novel by Frank Herbert, and “Miracles“, the sequel to Captain Marvel, which will see the big screen debut of Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel, played by Iman Vellani.
Another long-awaited film of November – “The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes“, a prequel to The Hunger Games, which tells the story of President Coriolanus Snow as a young man and his participation in the famous Hunger Games.
He will also arrive in November.”Napoleon”, directed by Ridley Scott, which will make us relive the story of the famous French general and emperor, played on this occasion by Joaquin Phoenix.
Finally, in December there will be “Poor thingsThriller by Yorgos Lanthimos starring Emma Stone and Mark Ruffalo.Wonka“, the origin story of Willy Wonka starring Timothée Chalamet, and”Purple“, an adaptation of the Broadway musical, in which HER will make her screen debut.