New films will be released in 2022, with dates, casts, plots, and all we know about the year's most anticipated films

New films will be released in 2022, with dates, casts, plots, and all we know about the year's most

Here''s how to see the release dates for all of the upcoming big films in 2022.

2022 is shaping up to be a great year for filmmaking, with its aim proving to be the greatest film of the year so far.

These enormous films are guided by a variety of techniques, including the much-talked-about.

As release dates have been changed, new plot details are discussed, and new films will be announced, we will regularly update our new movies 2022 guide.

So whether you''re looking forward to seeing Daniel Craig in or looking for information when they''re out, we''ve got you covered... and if you like a bit of cinema history check out our best film posters of all time.

Our new movies 2022 calendar

January

The 355

  • Stars: Penelope Cruz, Jessica Chastain, Sebastian Stan, Diane Kruger.
  • Directed by: Simon Kinberg.
  • Release date: Jan. 7.

It follows a group of international actors who unify their forces to find a top-secret weapon in a new spy thriller.

"Action, yes. Thrills, no. This soulless spy ensemble gives down the formidable women at its helm," says our reviewer.

Scream

  • Stars: Neve Campbell, David Arquette, Courteney Cox.
  • Directed by: Matt Bettinelli-Olphin, Tyler Gillett.
  • Release date: Jan. 14

Sidney Prescott, Gale Weathers, and Dewey Riley are all together in the latest movie. Now, 25 years after the first string of murders shocked Woodsboro, a new killer is targeting aging teens...there''s already a trailer to watch.

"In this fifth franchise entry, we slash through modern horror culture with a slick, merciless blade that''s just as spirited and sharp as Wes Craven''s originals," says our reviewer.

Hotel Transylvania: Transformania

  • Stars: Brian Hull, Selena Gomez, Andy Samberg.
  • Directed by: Jennifer Kluska, Derek Drymon.
  • Release date: Jan. 14

All of our favorite monsters are restored. Drac and his pals all are transformed into humans in the most recent film in the series!

The King''''s Daughter

King Louis XIV captures a mermaids life force in his quest for immortality, but then his long-lost daughter forms a bond with the creature Sadly, this has been a throwback.

  • Stars: Pierce Brosnan, William Hurt, Kaya Scodelario.
  • Directed by: Sean McNamara.
  • Release date: Jan. 21

February

Moonfall

  • Stars: Halle Berry, Donald Sutherland, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley.
  • Directed by: Roland Emmerich.
  • Release date: Feb. 4

The moon, in the appropriately titled, is launching towards Earth, threatening to dissipate civilization. Ex astronaut Jo Fowler (Halle Berry) embarks into space on a mission to save the planet...

"Moonfall has exactly the appropriate amount of confidence and craziness to make this cosmic doomsday a fun day," we say of our review.

Jackass Forever

  • Stars: Steve-O, Chris Pontius, Johnny Knoxville, Tony Hawk, Machine Gun Kelly.
  • Directed by: Jeff Tremaine.
  • Release date: Feb. 4.

More crazy stunts from the gang. Could the fourth film be the weirdest yet?

"While as a whole it falls short of the series'' masterpiece, this swan-song offers enough memorable gags to make it worthy of its predecessors," we conclude.

Marry Me

  • Stars: Jennifer Lopez, Owen Wilson, Sarah Silverman, Utkarsh Ambudkar.
  • Directed by: Kat Coiro.
  • Release date: Feb. 11

Valentine''s Day may be just the ticket for Valentine''s Day. A famous pop star (obviously played by Jennifer Lopez!) marries a total stranger (Owen Wilson).

"This is not an instant rom-com classic, but its two lead performances are so delectable that it''s very easy to be won over," says our reviewer.

Death On The Nile

  • Stars: Kenneth Branagh, Gal Gadot, Tom Bateman, Letitia Wright, Dawn French, Sophie Okonedo.
  • Directed by: Kenneth Branagh
  • Release date: Feb. 11

Kenneth Branagh''s first voyage as Agatha Christie''s Belgian sleuth, Hercule Poirot, is followed by a long-awaited follow-up. This time, Poirot''s Egyptian voyage is transformed into a fight against time to identify the murderer aboard a river cruiser before they can strike again.

"If Branaghs Poirot is to be the final destination of the journey, then it''s an appropriate high note to go out on," our review statement said.

On the way, there''s a third Poirot film.

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Uncharted

  • Stars: Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberg, Antonio Banderas.
  • Directed by: Ruben Fleischer.
  • Release date: Feb. 18 in US, Feb .11 in the UK.

The Naughty Dog gaming series adaptation by Sony is being recreated by Tom Holland with Mark Wahlberg as his mentor.

"It''s a rip-roaring modern treasure hunt that plays by video game rules and has a blast doing so," says our reviewer.

has become a box office smash!

  • How to watch Uncharted

Dog

  • Stars: Channing Tatum.
  • Directed by: Reid Carolin, Channing Tatum.
  • Release date: Feb. 18.

A comedy road trip film starring Channing Tatum as Army Ranger Briggs, who is given the seemingly impossible task of transporting Lulu, an unruly Belgian Shepherd, down the Pacific Coast to watch its owner''s funeral.

March

The Batman

  • Stars: Robert Pattinson, Colin Farrell, Peter Sarsgaard, Andy Serkis, Paul Dano, Zoe Kravitz.
  • Directed by: Matt Reeves
  • Release date: March 4

Robert Pattinson follows in the footsteps of Adam West, Michael Keaton, and Christian Bale to play the iconic superhero. However, little information has been made so far about the plot, but The Riddler, Penguin, and Catwoman will all feature.

Our review verdict: "fires on all cylinders and commits to its darkest impulses without losing sight of the light at the core of its protagonist."

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Turning Red

  • Stars: Sandra Oh, Rosalie Chiang
  • Directed by:Domee Shi
  • Release date: March 11

Meilin "Mei" Lee (Rosalie Chiang) is wrestling with her own adolescent anxieties and her struggle to remain her mother''s dreadful daughter in this animated Disney film. Every time she gets too anxious she transforms into a giant red panda!

The Outfit

  • Stars: Mark Rylance, Dylan O''''Brien, Zoey Deutch, Johnny Flynn.
  • Directed by: Graham Moore.
  • Release date: March 18

Mark Rylance takes on the role of a tailor who suits on Savile Row in London until he encounters a personal tragedy to see him running a tailor shop on the wrong side of Chicago. Ironically his best clients are gangsters...

"Dick Pope''s cinematography, Alexandre Desplat''s score, and Mark Rylance''s leading role are both substantially less than we see in our review verdict."

The Lost City

  • Stars: Sandra Bullock, Daniel Radcliffe, Channing Tatum, Brad Pitt
  • Directed by:Aaron Nee, Adam Nee.
  • Release date: March 25 in the US, April 13 in the UK.

If you liked Sandra Bullocks'' new comedy, you may well see her as a romantic novelist who travels on a jungle adventure with her book cover model.

In this adorable cape, one pair of American Sweethearts shines.

Everything Everywhere All At Once

  • Stars: Michelle Yeoh
  • Directed by:Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert
  • Release date: March 25 in the US, May 13 in the UK.

Michelle Yeoh stars in a universe-trotting film that reveals Evelyn Wang, an aging immigrant who discovers she has the power to connect with her other people from across the globe, and is forced to use these abilities to help save all corners.

"It''s a chastised thrill ride that everyone should experience," we said in our review.

April

Morbius

  • Stars: Jared Leto, Michael Keaton, Matt Smith, Tyrese Gibson, Jared Harris, Adria Arjona.
  • Directed by: Daniel Espinosa.
  • Release date: April 1 (changed from Jan 28)

is a skilled scientist who becomes a vampire with superhuman abilities when his experiment to cure himself of a rare blood disease goes wrong. This is the latest film set in Sony''s Spider-Man universe, but it''s been enormously broken apart.

"A bland, poorly directed, poorly written mess of bad VFX and shoddy editing that wastes its otherwise talented cast on a film that can''t even be enjoyed for camp appeal," we conclude.

Sonic the Hedgehog 2

  • Stars: Jim Carrey, Idris Elba, Ben Schwartz, Colleen O''''Shaughnessey
  • Directed by: Jeff Fowler
  • Release date: April 8

The second video game based on SEGA''s popular video game franchise. This time Sonic and his sidekick Tails go on a mission to track down the Master Emerald before it falls into the hands of Doctor Eggman and Knuckles.

"Knuckles is the true star in this addictive sequel," says our 2 reviewer.

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

  • Stars: Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law, Mads Mikkelsen, Katherine Waterston.
  • Directed by: David Yates.
  • Release date: April 15 in the US, April 8 in the UK.

The fourth entry in thefranchise that began in 2016, is Dumbledore, who now lives with Newt Scamander and his companions on a mission that will see Gellert Grindelwald''s growing army.

"The thirdquel falls off its predecessor, but it isn''t even able to reach Potter heights," says our reader.

The Northman

  • Stars: Nicole Kidman, Alexander Skarsgard, Ethan Hawke, Willem Dafoe, Anya Taylor-Joy, Bjork, Claes Bang.
  • Directed by: Robert Eggers.
  • Release date: April 22

It is a historical/mythology film for historical/mythologists. Set in Iceland, Amleth embarks on an epic revenge quest when his father is murdered by his uncle.

In bloody, gory spades, our review: "Excellence on its purpose."

Operation Mincemeat

  • Stars: Colin Firth, Matthew Macfadyen, Kelly Macdonald
  • Directed by: John Madden
  • Release date: April 22 in UK cinemas, due on Netflix in US on May 11.

In World War Two, the Allies'' heroics against the Nazis follow an incredible bluff operation, based on Ben Macintyre''s famous historical book.

"The strength of humanity will always win out as we celebrate the heroes of war," he said in our essay.

The Bad Guys

  • Stars: Sam Rockwell, Awkwafina, Marc Maron.
  • Directed by: Pierre Perifel
  • Release date: April 22

Is this a computer-animated film about a group of villains who decide, well, they won''t want to be the bad guys anymore. Will Mr. Wolf and his co really become the rewards right now?

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

  • Stars: Nicolas Cage, Neil Patrick Harris, Tiffany Haddish, Pedro Pascal, Sharon Horgan
  • Directed by: Tom Gormican
  • Release date: April 22

Nicolas Cage takes center stage, according to an eccentric action comedy involving Nicolas Cage. In order to save his family from a dangerous criminal, this fictionalized version of Nick Cage is forced to channel a variety of his most famous characters.

"Nicolas Cage is joined by scene partner Pedro Pascal as the two deliver fantastic comic performances in the offbeat," according to our review.

May

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

  • Stars: Benedict Cumberbatch, Elizabeth Olsen, Chiwetel Ejiofor
  • Directed by: Sam Raimi
  • Release date: May 6

Doctor Strange''s trusted friend Wong and Wanda Maximoff, both aka Scarlet Witch, are on a fascinating journey through the Multiverse.

"Sam Raimi makes the most Sam Raimi movie Marvel would allow, which works to live otherwise heavy exposition in a more formulaic script focusing on connecting multiverse dots."

Downton Abbey: A New Era

  • Stars: Maggie Smith, Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, Laura Carmichael, Elizabeth McGovern, Joanne Froggatt, Dominic West, Jim Carter.
  • Directed by:Simon Curtis.
  • Release date: May 20 in the US, April 29 in the UK.

Following Maggie Smith''s incredible revelation, the Crawleys are heading to France. "Years ago before you were born, I met a man..." is what they all need to know. Note the release date has been rescheduled from March.

Our review decision states that "Ticks all the right boxes for any fan."

The Bob''''s Burger Movie

  • Stars: H. Jon Benjamin, Kristen Schaal, Dan Mintz
  • Directed by: Loren Bouchard, Bernard Derriman
  • Release date: May 27

Top Gun: Maverick

  • Stars: Tom Cruise, Val Kilmer, Miles Teller, Ed Harris, Jennifer Connelly.
  • Directed by: Joseph Kosinski
  • Release date: May 27

Do you want to fly back into the danger zone? Over 35 years after the original, the Tom Cruise film has had a sequel in the form ofand it''s phenomenal!

"The long-awaited sequel comes with maximum G-force," says our reviewer.

If you''re wondering who Penny is in, here''s the answer!

June

Jurassic World: Dominion

  • Stars: Sam Neill, Jeff Goldblum, Laura Dern, Chris Pratt, Laura Dern.
  • Directed by: Colin Trevorrow.
  • Release date: June 10.

Laura Dern, Sam Neill, and Jeff Goldblum have reunited for the first time since the first blockbuster went out in 1993. It is now out and has had a mixed emotional reaction, although our reviewer enjoyed it.

"It brings nostalgic moments and some exciting new dinosaurs to an end to the much-loved franchise," says our reviewer.

Lightyear

  • Stars: Chris Evans.
  • Directed by: Angus MacLane.
  • Release date: June 17.

The film series has a fresh spin-off, which will examine the origin story of Andy and Bonnie who created the Buzz Lightyear action figure throughout the original film series. The trailer promises many benefits, and the reviews are fantastic, although it hasn''t been released at the box office.

Elvis

  • Stars: Tom Hanks, Austin Butler
  • Directed by: Baz Luhrmann
  • Release date: June 24

Director Baz Luhrmann is "taking care of work" in his film, directed by Austin Butler and Tom Hanks. The movie will be available on HBO Maxsubscribers just 45 days after its theatrical release.

"For all its flaws, Luhrmann''s portrait of The King is a must-see," we conclude.

The Man from Toronto

  • Stars: Kevin Hart, Woody Harrelson, Kaley Cuoco.
  • Directed by: Patrick Hughes.
  • Release date: June 24 on Netflix

Terry (Kevin Hart) is a follow-up to a long-time crush as his identity is mistakenly confused with the of a fatal assassin (Woody Harrelson) at an Airbnb.

The Black Phone

  • Stars: Ethan Hawke, Mason Thames
  • Directed by: Scott Derrickson
  • Release date: June 24

The Grabber (Ethan Hawke) is a serial murderer who kidnap and murders local children. A 13-year-old victim of The Grabber, though he begins to be contacted by the past victims who are murdered, whom he believes is able to assist him avoid the same fate.

"It''s as horrifying as Sinister through different means and stars Ethan Hawke in a phenomenally humiliating role," according to our study.

July

Minions: The Rise of Gru

  • Stars: Steve Carrell, Lucy Lawless, Pierre Coffin.
  • Directed by: Kyle Balda, Jonathan del Val, Brad Ableson.
  • Release date: July 1

Gru''s quest to become an iconic supervillain is a lot of fun but it has sparked some outrage, with an unusual TikTok trend that has seen people watch the film dressed in suits.

Thor: Love and Thunder

  • Stars: Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman, Christian Bale.
  • Directed by: Taika Waititi.
  • Release date: UK: July 7, US: July 8

Chris Hemsworth will be back on stage for his fourth solo adventure as the titular Asgardian.

In this 80s-inspired film, he''s looking for inner peace... a quest unintentionally interrupted by a galactic killer known as Gorr the God Butcher (Christian Bale) Korg and his ex-girlfriend, Valkyrie, who now powers Mjolnir, and Thor on a mission to stop Gorr''s intentions.

Our narrative sparked interest in "is enthralled with love and unleashes its powerful thunder with all the colorful charm we''ve learned from Taika Waititi''s films."

The Gray Man

  • Stars: Chris Evans, Ryan Gosling, Ana de Armas, Rege-Jean Page
  • Directed by: The Russo Brothers
  • Release date: Limited theatrical release on July 15, Netflix on Jul 22

Sierra Six, a high-octane thriller, is seen as a mercenary who was removed from prison for being a "agency-sanctioned merchant of death." When he uncovers some hidden secrets about his own organization, he''s forced to go on the run while being kidnapped down by a group of assassins, according to a crazed CIA agent (Chris Evans).

Despite Chris Evans giving 110% as a wack job villain, this is "a drab action thriller" that reflects its charm and passion.

Nope

  • Stars: Keke Palmer, Steven Yeun, Michael Wincott, Donna Mills.
  • Directed by: Jordan Peele
  • Release date: July 22

Jordan Peele''s next film has been revealed, following on from the extraordinary success of and, therefore it''s difficult to predict exactly what we''ll get until it arrives.

"We concluded that Peeles'' previous work is not eclipsed, but it''s still a cinematically rich, perfectly cast and substantially entertaining film that will spark multiple opinions."

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Where the Crawdads Sing

  • Stars: Garret Dillahunt, Daisy Edgar-Jones, David Strathairn.
  • Directed by: Olivia Newman.
  • Release date: US: July 15, UK July 22

Reece Witherspoon''s production company has produced a Delia Owens novel, with Daisy Edgar-Jones.

Kya Clark, a sensitive, intelligent young woman, who has survived on her own in the marshes of Barkley Cove, North Carolina, in the story.

"Unsucceedful visuals and an excellent cast nekombinent for a soft-centered narrative," says our reviewer.

Check out our Is Kya found guilty in a piece.

Mrs Harris Goes To Paris

  • Stars: Lesley Manville, Jason Isaacs, Anna Chancellor
  • Directed by: Anthony Fabian
  • Release date: July 15 in the US, Sept. 30 in the UK

A cleaning lady who loves French fashion is adapted from the 1958 novel by Paul Gallico. She''s embarked on an adventure to Paris.

Joyride

  • Stars: Olivia Colman
  • Directed by: Emer Reynolds.
  • Release date: July 29 UK only.

Young Mully steals a taxi while trying to get away from his father. Mully''s soon discovers Olivia Colman''s character Joy (and her baby) sitting in the back seat, and the two embark on a ruthless adventure.

"Powerhouse performances signifie that it takes to its destination with ease," says the author of our study.

DC League of Super-Pets

  • Stars: Kevin Hart, Dwayne Johnson, Natasha Lyonne
  • Directed by: Jared Stern, Sam Levine.
  • Release date: July 29

August

Bullet Train

  • Stars: Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock.
  • Directed by: David Leitch.
  • Release date: 3 August UK, 5 August US

It''s a series of five assassins who all board the same titular bullet train in Japan and soon realize that their missions are interconnected. It''s a good idea for Brad Pitt and Sandra Bullock to have a good time together.

"Brad Pitt has a ball as a hippy assassin, but he has less fun than the audience," said the author of the review.

Easter Sunday

  • Stars: Jo Koy, Jimmy O. Yang, Tiffany Haddish, Tia Carrere, Lou Diamond Phillips.
  • Directed by: Jay Chandrasekhar.
  • Release date: August 5

Jo Koy, an accomplished comedian, plays Joe Valencia, a down-on-his-luck comedian attending a dysfunctional family Easter celebration with his Filipino American family.

Secret Headquarters

  • Stars: Owen Wilson, Jesse Williams.
  • Directed by: Henry Joost, Ariel Schulman.
  • Release date: August 5.

Beast

  • Stars: Idris Elba
  • Directed by: Baltasar Kormakur
  • Release date: August 19 (US), August 26 (UK).

Idris Elba is taking on an entirely new on-screen villain: a big, ferocious lion who will be very territorial and will stop at nothing to prove his position.

Iyana Halley and Leah Sava Jeffries play Meredith and Norah in the play.

Spin Me Round

  • Stars: Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza and Molly Shannon
  • Director: Jeff Baena
  • Release date: August 19 (US), UK not announced yet.

Anyone who liked the indie comedy is sure to be excited for, which brings back many of the pieces for an all-new comedy. Alison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, and Molly Shannon reunite with writer/director Jeff Baena for this film, which starts off as a romance, but quickly things go hilariously off the rails...

September

Pinocchio

  • Stars: Tom Hanks.
  • Directed by: Robert Zemeckis
  • Release date: September 8 on Disney Plus

The feature of Tom Hanks as Geppetto will be available on Disney Plus.

See How They Run

  • Stars: Sam Rockwell, Saoirse Ronan, Adrien Brody
  • Directed by: Tom George
  • Release date: September 9 (UK), September 16 (US)

The murder-mystery genre is having a moment in television and movies once more, with another example of that. In this star-studded comedy, Sam Rockwell and Saoirse Ronan try to solve a murder in a theater in the West End during the 1950s.

Ticket to Paradise

  • Stars: Julia Roberts, George Clooney
  • Directed by: Ol Parker
  • Release date: September 20, please note was 16 September (UK), October 21 (US)

The tale of a former married couple played by Roberts and Clooney who travel to Bali to stop their daughter, Lily (played by Kaitlyn Dever), from marrying a guy she has just met. Shes head over heels in love with him, and her parents believe she will make a big mistake...

"One of Hollywood''s finest non-vintage but sparkling rom-com vehicle," our review concludes.

The Woman King

  • Stars: Viola Davis, John Boyega, Lashana Lynch
  • Directed by: Gina Prince-Bythewood
  • Release date: September 16 (US), October 7 (UK)

The Agojie, the all-female unit of warriors who protected the African Kingdom of Dahomey in the 1800s, gave the plot a distinct meaning and poise, unlike anything the whole world has ever seen.

"Obliterates everything you think you know about period narrative and depicting Black-centered narratives," according to our review. This is a must-see cinema.

Don''''t Worry Darling

  • Stars: Florence Pugh, Chris Pine, Harry Styles, Olivia Wilde.
  • Directed by: Olivia Wilde
  • Release date: Sept. 23

Alice and Jack, who live in an experimental utopian society in the 1950s, are described as a thriller. Alice begins to fear that their surroundings isn''t just about eye.

Blonde

  • Stars: Ana de Armas, Bobby Cannavale, Adrien Brody
  • Directed by: Andrew Dominik
  • Release date: September 16 (select theaters), September 28 (Netflix)

In a new, fictionalized film with Ana de Armas, she sees Marilyn Monroe''s life as the famous Hollywood starlet. In a film adapted from a Joyce Carol Oates novel, she sees it through a new lens.

Hocus Pocus 2

  • Stars: Sarah Jessica Parker, Bette Midler, Kathy Najimy
  • Directed by: Anne Fletcher
  • Release date: September 30

Sarah Jessica Parker, Bette Midler, and Kathy Najimy will reprise their roles as the iconic Sanderson sisters.

Bros

  • Stars: Luke Macfarlane, Billy Eichner, Monica Raymund
  • Directed by: Nicholas Stoller
  • Release date: September 30 in US, October 28 in UK

Follows a guy who was disenchanted by the process of finding love who finds love with a guy he initially believes is out of his league.

October

Amsterdam

  • Stars: Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington
  • Directed by: David O. Russell
  • Release date: October 7 (US), November 4 (UK)

The film directed by David O. Russell has comeback with another all-star cast: Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Robert De Niro, just to name a few. is about three friends who witness a murder, and discovering one of the most outrageous plots in American history.

Lyle Lyle Crocodile

  • Stars: Javier Bardem, Scoot McNairy, Constance Wu
  • Directed by: Josh Gordon, Will Speck
  • Release date: October 7

The Lost King

  • Stars: Sally Hawkins, Steve Coogan
  • Directed by: Stephen Frears
  • Release date: October 7 UK, US tbc

Follows the remarkable story of one woman''s quest to search for England''s controversial King Richard III.

Halloween Ends

  • Stars: Jamie Lee Curtis, Andi Matichak, Kyle Richards
  • Directed by: David Gordon Green
  • Release date: October 14

The legendary horror series is poised to release what is being billed as the final chapter in the Michael Myers and Laurie Strode saga. Jamie Lee Curtis has played Laurie Strode for the last time, more than 40 years after she appeared in the original.

Black Adam

  • Stars: Dwayne Johnson, Pierce Brosnan, Aldis Hodge, Sarah Shahi
  • Directed by: Jaume Collet-Serra
  • Release date: October 21

As he takes on the role of the complex comic book character, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson joins the DC cinematic world.

The Banshees of Insiherin

  • Stars: Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson, Barry Keoghan
  • Directed by: Martin McDonagh
  • Release date: October 21 (US), UK tbc

In the latest from Martin McDonagh, Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson have a great time playing two long-time friends on the outs.

November

Enola Holmes 2

  • Stars: Millie Bobby Brown, Henry Cavill, Helena Bonham Carter, David Thewlis
  • Directed by: Harry Bradbeer
  • Release date: November 4

The sequel to the 2020 hit brings back much of the main cast for an all-new mystery.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

  • Stars: Martin Freeman, Michaela Coel, Angela Bassett, Daniel Kaluuya, Letitia Wright
  • Directed by: Ryan Coogler
  • Release date: Nov. 11

Spellbound

  • Stars: Not yet announced
  • Directed by: Vicky Jenson
  • Release date: Nov. 11

The Son

  • Stars: Hugh Jackman, Laura Dern, Anthony Hopkins
  • Directed by: Florian Zeller
  • Released date: November 11

Florian Zeller, a writer/director, has produced a follow-up series, which stars Hugh Jackman, Laura Dern, and Anthony Hopkins. The film follows a father who has his new life suspended when his son comes to the country.

She Said

  • Stars: Carey Mulligan, Samantha Morton
  • Directed by: Maria Schrader
  • Release date: Nov. 18

Strange World

  • Stars: Alan Tudyk
  • Directed by: Don Hall
  • Release date: Nov. 23

The Fabelmans

  • Stars: Paul Dano, Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen
  • Directed by: Steven Spielberg
  • Release date: November 23 (US), January 27 (UK)

Steven Spielberg gets an autobiographical account, based on his life in Arizona during the Second World War.

Disenchanted

  • Stars: Amy Adams, Adam Patrick Dempsey, James Marsden, Idina Menzel
  • Directed by: Adam Shankman
  • Release date: November 24 US (Disney Plus), November 26 UK (Disney Plus)

"takes place 15 years after the events of the original film." Giselle and Robert are now married and decide to relocate from New York to the suburb of Monroeville with their teenage daughter, Morgan. There, Giselle''must examine the difficulties that come with a new house and discover what happiness is for her and her new family.''

White Noise

  • Stars: Adam Driver, Greta Gerwig, Jodie Turner-Smith
  • Directed by: Noah Baumbach
  • Release date: November 25 (in theaters), December 30 (Netflix)

The same name is used in Don DeLilo''s novel, which follows a family as they investigate the mundane aspects of their lives and the danger of a virus.

December

Matilda the Musical

  • Stars: Emma Thompson, Stephen Graham, Andrea Riseborough and Alisha Weir
  • Directed by: Matthew Warchus
  • Release date: December 2 (UK), December 9 (US), December 25 (Netflix)

This year, the Broadway adaptation of is set to premiere. With Emma Thompson transforming into the detestable Miss Trunchbull, the film looks like a pleasure.

Avatar 2

  • Stars: Kate Winslet, Sam Worthington, Michelle Yeoh.
  • Directed by: James Cameron.
  • Release date: December 16

Following on from the first film that saw Jake permanently transferred into his avatar after Ney''tiri saves him from suffering from suffocation, it is now coming to the cinemas more than a decade after the original was released.

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

  • Stars: Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr.
  • Directed by: Rian Johnson
  • Release date: December 23 (Netflix), theatrical release tbc

Who''s ready for another mystery? Daniel Craig''s Benoit Blanc has come back in for a new case, which features another star-studded ensemble.

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish

  • Stars: Antonio Banderas.
  • Directed by: Joel Crawford.
  • Release date: December 21 in US, February 3, 2023 in UK.

Moved out of 2022

Part One of Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse

  • Stars: Shameik Moore, Hailee Steinfeld, Issa Rae
  • Directed by: Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers, Justin K. Thompson
  • Release date: June 2, 2023 ( was Oct. 7 2022)

Miles Morales and Gwen Stacey are coming back into the Spider-Verse in. And yep, there is a part-two on its way as well although not until 2024!

Legally Blonde 3

  • Stars: Reese Witherspoon, Jessica Cauffiel, Jennifer Coolidge
  • Directed by: Jamie Suk
  • Release date: Originally May 20, 2022, now not known.

Reese Witherspoon has announced that her role as Elle Woods during the much-anticipated movie. The third installment of the franchise promises to feature Elle in her 40s. How has life treated the lawyer in bad news for fans? It will no longer be released in 2022, but its future is unclear.

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