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Here’s the Rest of the Movies Coming Out This Year We’re Excited For

Here’s the Rest of the Movies Coming Out This Year We’re Excited For

Overall, 2022 has been a pretty decent year for movies. We’ve had Everything Everywhere All At Once, The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent, and plenty of other movies with extremely long titles. 

But the year isn’t over yet! And there’s still plenty of movies we’re looking forward to seeing in the next few months.

The Banshees of Inisherin

Colin Farrell and Brendan Gleeson have had a blast on this film’s press tour, which is a testament to their chemistry considering the film positions them as enemies. Reuniting the pair with director Martin McDonaugh for the first time since In Bruges, the movie explores the intricacies and hiccups of friendships on a small Irish island.

Wakanda Forever

It’s hard to imagine a Wakanda without Chadwick Boseman in the throne, but director Ryan Coogler seems determined to deliver a movie that both honors Boseman’s legacy and sets course for a new future. You’ll want to see this one as soon as it drops next month.

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

Three years ago, Rian Johnson released a murder mystery that swept the world with its artful production, clever script and game cast. Now, he’s poised to do it again with another all-star collection of great actors: Daniel Craig returns with his indiscernible accent alongside [deep breath] Edward Norton, Janelle Monáe, Kathryn Hahn, Leslie Odom Jr., Jessica Henwick, Madelyn Cline, Kate Hudson and Dave Bautista.

The Wonder

Darling, Florence Pugh wants you to move on from worrying about her and focus on her upcoming drama. Pugh plays a nurse investigating a “miraculous” girl who is living on “manna from God” alone. But it appears that not everything is what it seems. Fans of Emma Donoghue’s excellent novel know that we’re all in for a treat.

Weird: The Al Yankovic Story

Could it be? Is the Weird Al movie actually going to be …good? We won’t know till it lands, but the trailer looks surprisingly promising, satirizing the earnest biopic with a cracking good cast and a healthy dose of self awareness. The Roku Channel may at long last have a hit in their hands.

Bones and All

Timothée Chalamet has teamed up with Call Me By Your Name director Luca Guadagnino (but definitely not Armie Hammer) to create a chilling but beautiful film about, uh, cannibalism? Can’t say we’re not intrigued.

The Fabelmans

Michelle Williams! Paul Dano! Seth Rogen! David Lynch! Directed by Steven Spielberg in a movie plainly inspired by Spielberg’s actual childhood! The Fabelmans certainly has all the right ingredients to be a winner, putting one of the modern American masters at the helm of telling his own life story and his lifelong relationship with the medium that made him a legend.

The Whale

Nicest Guy on Earth Brendan Fraser returns in a heart-wrenching drama as a man who wants to reconnect with his estranged daughter (Stranger Things‘ Sadie Sink). The Darren Aronofsky-directed film received a six-minute standing ovation at the Venice Film Festival that moved Fraser to tears. The movie has attracted both raves and controversy for its depiction, but Aronofsky is never one to ignore.

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

If the Weird Al biopic doesn’t catch your eye, perhaps one about the late, great Whitney Houston will. The film follows Houston’s rise through her church choir beginnings to her historic career as one of the greatest pop divas of all time.


Babylon Limited And Wide Release Dates

Old Hollywood seems to be having a bit of a moment, and it’s definitely something Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie are particularly interested in. Damien Chazelle, fresh off Whiplash, La La Land and First Man, takes on Hollywood’s transition from silent films to talkies, focusing on a mixture of historical and fictional characters. If you liked Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood, this one is one to keep your eye on.

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