With all the movies coming out in 2023, every night can be busy catching up on pop culture. Take a look at some of next year’s blockbusters and Barbie movies as we watch the 2023 awards season movies.
Below we’ve rounded up some of the most anticipated titles, as well as some hidden gems. Franchises are back. There are horror movies featuring nuns, exorcists, and saws, and romantic her comedies starring J. Law, Reese Witherspoon, and Lindsay Lohan. When Italy has a book club, promising Disney movies for kids, and more.
Here are the most talked about movies of 2023 and those coming to theaters, Netflix or other options. , does not include other films expected to have an undetermined release date.
On Amazon Prime Video January 27th
Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel embody “until death do us part” in the new film Shotgun Wedding.In the adventure romantic comedy, their characters’ island wedding is seized by pirates. (Don’t worry, this is No thriller). The film also features stars such as Jennifer Coolidge, Lenny Kravitz, Sonia Braga, and Darcy Carden.
“Pamela: Love Story”
On Netflix January 31st
New documentary ‘Pamela, A Love Story’ is expected to give an unprecedented look into the life of Pamela Anderson. It details his life as a
- “M Three Gun” In Theaters January 6th
- “Talking Women” Released in theaters on January 6
- “The Man Called Otto” In Theaters January 13th
- “Alice, darling” In Theaters January 20th
- “Absent,” On Netflix Jan. 20
- “One fine morning” Released in theaters on January 27
- “infinity pool,” Released in theaters on January 27
- “far” Released in theaters on January 27
- “you,” On Netflix January 27
Released in theaters on February 3
Sally Field, Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin and Rita Moreno play four women who are madly in love with NFL superstar Tom Brady as they travel to see him play in the Super Bowl. go out. When the group struggles to get tickets to the big game, their journey turns into an unexpectedly elaborate adventure.
“Magic Mike’s Last Dance”
February 10th theater release
Magic Mike is back…and so are his moves. Channing Tatum reprise his role as Mike Lane one last time, alongside co-star Salma Hayek Pinault, playing a wealthy socialite and his love interest, Lane in London. It has the potential to give you lifelong choreographic work.
- “Knock on the cabin” In Theaters February 3rd
- “Bill Russell: Legend” On Netflix February 8
- “Yours or mine,” On Netflix February 10
- “sharper” In theaters February 10 and on Apple TV+ February 17
- “Ant-Man & Wasp Quantumanias” In Theaters February 17th
- “Cocaine Bear” February 24th theater release
Released in theaters on March 3
Michael B. Jordan will make his directorial debut, starring in the ‘Rocky’ spin-off as the son of Rocky’s former nemesis Apollo Creed. In the latest installment in the “Creed” franchise, Adonis his Creed takes his recently released old friend, Jonathan his Majors, to the gym. But when things go wrong, the two have to settle scores in the boxing ring.
Released in theaters on March 10
“Wednesday” star Jenna Ortega joins the “Scream” franchise alongside regulars like Courteney Cox. Same Ghostface, new setting: This article is set in New York.
- “Boston Stranger” On Hulu March 10
- “Shazam! Wrath of the Gods” In Theaters March 17th
- “John Wick: Chapter 4” In Theaters March 24th
- “Champions” March 24th in theaters
- “Murder Mystery 2” On Netflix March 31
- “Dungeons & Dragons: Thief’s Honor” In Theaters March 31st
- “good person,” Released in theaters on March 31
- “Spinning Gold” Released in theaters on March 31
“Super Mario Bros. Movie”
Theatrical release on April 7
“The Super Mario Bros. Movie” is an enduring Nintendo video game animated riff featuring Chris Pratt as Mario. In the movie, an ambitious plumber embarks on another mission to take down Bowser (Jack Black). Keegan-Michael Key, Anya Taylor-Joy, and Charlie Day also join in as everyone’s favorite characters.
“Are you God? It’s me, Margaret.”
April 28th theater release
Cue nostalgia. Breakout Her star Abby Ryder Fortson will play the role of Margaret in the film adaptation of Judy Bloom’s classic novel. After moving from New York to suburban New Jersey, 11-year-old Margaret is having trouble adjusting to her new surroundings…and she’s having trouble adjusting to the changes of adolescence. Her cast also includes Rachel McAdams, Benny Safdie, and Kathy Bates.
- “Chevalier” In Theaters April 7th
- “RMN” In Theaters April 7th
- “Renfield” In Theaters April 14th
- “Evil Dead Rise” Theatrical release on April 21
- “Tourist’s Guide of Love” On Netflix April 27
- “paint,” April 28th theater release
‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3’
Released in theaters on May 5
In the final installment of the “Guardians of the Galaxy” films, Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) grapples with the loss of Gamora (Zoe Saldana), who sacrificed himself in “Avengers: Infinity War,” and is still alive. You have to muster the energy. To save the universe again.
Released in theaters on May 26
Halle Bailey has already garnered quite a bit of attention leading up to the release of the live-action rendition of Walt Disney’s animated musical about a mermaid who falls in love with a human.
- “mother,” On Netflix May 12
- “Book Club 2: The Next Chapter” In Theaters May 12th
- “It all comes back to me” In Theaters May 12th
- “Fast X” Released in theaters on May 19
- “About my father” Released in theaters on May 26
“Spider-Man: Beyond the Spider-Verse”
June 2nd theatrical release
After the critically acclaimed and Academy Award-winning animated Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, fans are eager for the latest movie, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse. Shameik Moore will once again voice Miles Morales, alongside stars like Hailee Steinfeld, Oscar Isaac and Issa Rae.
“Indiana Jones and the Dial of Fate”
Released in theaters on June 30
Harrison Ford makes his role as heroic archaeologist Indiana Jones big and last. No The legendary Steven Spielberg is back, handing the directorship over to James Mangold. James Mangold recently directed blockbusters such as “Wolverine” and “Logan.”
- “Transformers: Rise of the Beast” In Theaters June 9th
- “Extraction 2” On Netflix June 16
- “The Blackening” In Theaters June 16th
- “Elemental” In Theaters June 16th
- “No offense,” In Theaters June 23rd
- “flash,” In Theaters June 23rd
- “Harold and the Purple Crayon” In Theaters June 30th
“Mission: Impossible — Dead Reckoning Part 1”
July 14th theatrical release
The seventh installment in Paramount’s “Mission Impossible” franchise has a new plot, but a similar charm. Tom Cruise performs his work outrageous stunts.
Released in theaters on July 21
We’ve seen them shoot in fluorescent inline skate outfits. ‘Barbie’ starring Margot Robbie is her one of the most anticipated dolls. When The enigmatic (and star-studded) film of the year.
- “Insidious 5” In Theaters July 7th
- “Oppenheimer” Released in theaters on July 21
- “The Marvels” Released in theaters on July 28
Released in theaters on August 11
Starring Zendaya, Mike Feist and Josh O’Connor, this year’s tennis-centric romantic comedy follows the actors as three players who knew each other as teenagers reunite as rivals on and off the court I’m here. Director Luca Guadagnino also appeared in recent films Call Me By Your Name and Bones and All.
- “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem” 4th of August in theaters
- “Meg 2: The Trenches” 4th of August in theaters
- “Haunted house,” In Theaters August 11th
- “Gran Turismo,” In Theaters August 11th
- “heartless heart,” On Netflix August 11th
- “Blue Beetle” August 18th theater release
- “Equalizer 3” September 1st theater release
- “Nun 2” September 8th theater release
- “The Haunting of Venice” September 15th theatrical release
- “The next goal is to win,“Theatrical release on September 22nd
- “Craven the Hunter” In Theaters October 6th
- “True love,” In Theaters October 6th
- “exorcist,” In Theaters October 13th
- “Maiden” On Netflix Oct. 13
- “Paw Patrol The Mighty Movie” In Theaters October 13th
- “Saw 10” In Theaters October 27th
- “Pain Hustlers” On Netflix Oct. 27
“Dune: Part 2”
Released in theaters on November 3
The latest in the sci-fi series picks up where ‘Dune’ left off. In fact, this is where the legend of Paul Atreides (Timothy Chalamet) begins. In addition to returning Chalamet and Zendaya (in expanded roles), the sequel also stars Austin Butler, Florence Pugh, Christopher Walken, and Lea Seydoux.
“The Hunger Games: Songbird and Snake Ballad”
Released in theaters on November 17
The Hunger Games universe expands in a prequel based on author Suzanne Collins’ 2020 novel. The film is set 64 years before Katniss Everdeen volunteers as a tribute to the district in place of his sister. It follows a young Coriolanus Snow, played by Tom Bryce, who would later become Panem’s tyrannical president, as Lucy Gray Beard’s (Rachel Zegler) mentor. Viola Davis, Hunter Schafer and Peter Dinklage will also star in her November release.
- “Family Event” On Netflix Nov. 17
- “Trolls 3” Released in theaters on November 17
- “Leo” On Netflix Nov. 22
- “Wish,” Released in theaters on November 22nd
In Theaters December 15th
Timothée Chalamet, who took over the baton from Gene Wilder and Johnny Depp, plays the iconic eccentric Candyman from Roald Dahl’s books. The prequel film shows how Wonka met a gang of Oompa Loompas. Other cast members include Olivia Colman, Rowan Atkinson, Sally Hawkins and Keegan-Michael Key.
- “Leave the world behind,” On Netflix Dec. 8
- “The Color Purple” In Theaters December 20th
- “Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom” In Theaters December 25th