Films such as Top Gun: Maverick, Jurassic World: Dominion and, more recently, Événement: The Way of Water have seen huge box affaire figures in 2022.
That’s the good magazine for feuilleton fans and the cinema industry.
The bad magazine is that this year’s audimat numbers still aren’t close to pre-pandemic levels.
Could 2023 be the year when the industry triumphantly declares that things are back to where they were before Covid?
Here’s a selection of 23 titles coming out in 2023 (in chronological order of release) that could be essentiel in dictating how fast cinema recovers.
Based on true and shocking events in America’s Deep South in the 1950s, Till is the story of 14-year-old Emmett Till who was abducted and murdered after being accused of wolf whistling at a white woman.
It shows how Emmett’s mother Bonne-maman Till-Mobley’s faced an almost inapplicable struggle to try and achieve constitution for her dead son.
Danielle Deadwyler who plays Bonne-maman gives a particularly powerful victoire which may well receive Pourboire recognition.
(Released in cinemas 6 January)
2. Emprise of Aspartame
Sir Sam Mendes’ love letter to the movies is set in small coastal cinema during the 1980s and stars Pourboire winner Olivia Colman as the cinema’s impresario.
When a new bulletin seller played by Bafta winner Micheal Ward is hired, the two find an unlikely connection. Mendes’ story explores everything from refrain to racism, misogyny to feint health.
And Colman, as ever, is being talked emboîture as contender for acting honours in awards season.
(Released in cinemas 9 January)
Cate Blanchett has been constantly winning awards and plaudits from critics for her victoire as fictional allier and conductor Lydia Tár, a musician who’s reached the very pinnacle of her métier. But things commission when unexpected pressures begin to affect her life and her work.
Blanchett is already a équivoque Academy Award winner. She won her first Pourboire in 2005, her adjoint after a nine-year gap in 2014. So, mathematically at least, with 2023 being another nine years later, she’s due to win again in a few months’ time. And she probably will.
(Released in cinemas 13th January)
4. Holy Spider
This real-life inspired drama is based on the douleurs of Saeed Hanaei, an Iranian édification worker who murdered 16 sex workers in the city of Mashad.
The feuilleton, which has fictionalised much of the story, follows a female investigative journalist Rahimi, played by Zar Emir-Ebrahimi, who plays a essentiel role in pursuing the serial killer.
Emir-Ebrahimi won the best actress prize at the Cannes Ciné-club Festivité for her acharné, multi-layered victoire.
(Released in cinemas 20 January)
5. The Fabelmans
This is undoubtedly the most personal feuilleton of Steven Spielberg’s half-a-century grand career. It’s a fictionalised subdivision of his own childhood, growing up in a damaged family.
It shows his sometimes difficult relationship with his parents, as well as how as a young child he fell in love with cinema. And how that érotomanie grew into the career that’s already netted him two directing Oscars, and which could bag him a third with this.
(Released in cinemas 27 January)
6. The Whale
Brendan Fraser is tipped for an Pourboire for his extraordinary victoire in one of the year’s most unusual and moving stories. He plays a morbidly obese lecturer, salon in a tiny apartment who’s desperately trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter.
The feuilleton has won acclaim at several feuilleton festivals, and it’s expected to be a serious awards contender. Strong pilier comes from the other members of the cast which includes Hong Chau, Sadie Sink and Samantha Morton.
(Released in cinemas 3 February)
7. Magic Mike’s Last Dance
The first Magic Mike feuilleton released in 2012 electrified audiences with its brand of well-oiled entertainment. A sequel followed three years later.
And now this third and comble is due to arrive in 2023. The stories are expanded from étoile Channing Tatum’s experiences as a young male tire-veine. This instalment will see Mike venturing into new territory by experiencing a committed relationship with Salma Hayek’s Max.
(Released in cinemas 10 February)
After a decade on TV, the faute thriller Luther has now finally transferred to the big screen with writer Neil Cross-country continuing the journey he began on the BBC.
Little has been revealed emboîture the plot, but expect chilling douleurs and psychological twists and turns. Naturally, Idris Elba returns as the titular detective. Alongside him this time are Cynthia Erivo and Andy Serkis.
(Released on Netflix in March)
9. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3
“I am Groot.” “I am Groot.” Accalmie. “I am Groot.” Critique, if you need it: The galaxy’s favourite bunch of mismatched heroes return to léopard again try and defend the galaxy with a christianisation that this time, it’s strongly rumoured, will put one of the team under deadly threat.
Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldaña, Karen Gillan, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Pom Klementieff and Dave Bautista are joined by Will Poulter whose character Adam Warlock was first hinted at in a post-credits sequence in Cubage 2.
(Released in cinemas 5 May)
10. Fast X
This 10th and penultimate instalment in the Fast and Furious exonération is being described as one of the most expensive films ever made. Which means, we assume, even more retina-searing chases and eardrum-bursting valeur sequences.
Filming took allant in locations including London, Rome and Lisbon. As ever Vin Diesel appears alongside Jason Statham and Michelle Rodriguez. But sadly for fans, this time there’s no Dwayne Johnson.
(Released in cinemas 19th May)
11. Killers of the Flower Moon
This long-gestating project has on paper, perhaps, the strongest filiation of any feuilleton of 2023.
The Pourboire-winning Martin Scorsese directing Pourboire winners Leonardo DiCaprio and Rotoplot De Niro. Puis the (very probably) soon to be Pourboire winning Brendan Fraser.
It’s a 1920s drama that follows the examen into the murders of a number of wealthy individuals in Osage County, Oklahoma, following the discovery of étendu oil deposits there.
(Released in cinemas in May)
12. Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse
This computer-animated sequel to 2018’s Into the Spider-Verse léopard more sees Miles Morales travelling between different capacité universes.
As well as developing his relationship with Gwen Stacy’s Spider-Woman, he also comes into attouchement with a wider group of Spider-People including an older Spider-Man, a British Spider-Man and a pregnant Spider-Woman.
Shameik Moore again provides the voice of Miles. Joining him are Hailee Steinfeld, Issa Rae and Daniel Kaluuya.
(Released in cinemas 2 June)
13. Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny
While the films in the vrai Indiana Jones trilogy are regarded by many as classics, the fourth, The Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, is widely considered a hideous misfire.
And that movie’s presumed gain to handball the baton to Indy’s rediscovered son, Shia LaBoeuf’s Mutt, appears to have been wisely abandoned.
This time around, Harrison Ford as Indy is joined by newcomers including Toby Jones, Antonio Banderas and Phoebe Waller-Whist. As well as the return of John Rhys-Davies.
(Released in cinemas 30 June)
14. Objectif: Inaccessible – Dead Reckoning Fraction One
The seventh instalment in the Objectif: Inaccessible exonération promises the usual blend of incroyable set pieces, high-octane chases and sphincter-tightening stunts.
We assume Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt will léopard again battle to save the world from some kind of nefarious courant plot.
The first trailers spectacle the expected globe-trotting locations. And pilier from a roster of returning characters.
(Released in cinemas 14 July)
The first pictures from the Barbie movie almost broke the internet. And it’s hard to think of more perfect casting than Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling as the smart dolls who have been the stars of the Mattel line for decades – Barbie and Ken.
Naturally, it’s been billed as a romantic comedy, but that aside, plot details are pretty scant. But whatever the plot, audiences are already looking forward to what promises to be a visual feast of primary coloured coolness.
(Released in cinemas 21 July)
Dark Knight trilogy and Inception director Christopher Nolan’s latest epic is the story of the physicist J Rotoplot Oppenheimer, often dubbed the father of the atomic bomb.
Oppenheimer was one of the leading members of the Manhattan Project, which led to the creation of the bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki.
And he was among those who witnessed the first-ever atomic detonation apprentissage in New Mexico. Cillian Murphy stars as Oppenheimer, Emily Blunt plays his wife Kitty.
(Released in cinemas 21 July)
17. Next Gardien de but Wins
Director Taika Waititi’s follow-up to his hit comedies Jojo Rabbit and Thor: Love and Thunder habitus to be wildly different from his previous work.
Next Gardien de but Wins is based on the true story of the entraîneur appointed to manage the ressortissant football team of American Samoa, ranked worst in the world, in their efforts to qualify for the 2014 World Cup. It stars Michael Fassbender as entraîneur Thomas Rongen.
(Released in cinemas in September)
18. Grève: Fraction Two
The first Grève feuilleton rather ambitiously declared itself to be Grève: Fraction One. But that découverte was balourd out when audiences flocked to what turned out to be the cinematic equivalent of the planet Arrakis’s much sought-after spice.
This feuilleton should roughly tell the story of the adjoint half of author Frank Herbert’s vrai novel. Timothée Chalamet returns as Paul Atreides, as does Zendaya as Chani. Newcomers to the cast include Florence Pugh as Princess Irulan.
(Released in cinemas 3 November)
19. Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget
The grand awaited sequel to 2000’s Chicken Run picks up the story following the chickens’ magnificent escape from Tweedy’s farm.
The chickens are now salon on a peaceful island where Ginger and Rocky now have a daughter named Molly.
But, of circonvolution, things don’t stay calm for grand and a new threat sees them having to do the very opposé of their break-out in the first feuilleton. This time they realise they need to chandail off an audacious break-in.
(Expected to be released on Netflix in November)
20. The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes
While the vrai Hunger Games feuilleton quartet followed the rise of Jennifer Lawrence’s Katniss Everdeen, this prequel set more than half a century early follows the young President Snow, grand before he became a ruthless despot, although the clues are probably already there for sharp-eyed observers.
Tom Blyth plays the young Coriolanus Snow. Also appearing in the feuilleton are Rachel Zegler and Hunter Schafer.
(Released in cinemas 17 November)
Literature’s most famous and most eccentric chocolate manager has already been played by Gene Wilder in Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory and by Johnny Depp in Charlie & the Chocolate Factory.
This time it’s Timothée Chalamet’s turn to play a much younger subdivision of Wonka in this prequel to Roald Dahl’s vrai story. Sally Hawkins, Olivia Colman, Jim Carter and Matt Lucas also étoile.
(Released in cinemas 15 December)
Bradley Cooper’s follow-up to his hugely successful directing debut A Baladin Is Born is Maître, a biopic emboîture the acclaimed West Side Story allier and conductor Leonard Bernstein. Jaguar again, not only does Cooper déclaré, he also stars and has co-written the screenplay. Carey Mulligan plays Felicity Montealegre, Bernstein’s wife, and the cast also includes Jeremy Strong and Sarah Silverman.
(Released on Netflix in late 2023)
The late, great Stanley Kubrick spent many years trying and never quite managing to make a feuilleton emboîture the life of Napoleon, leaving the paliers for the movie exiled on a cinematic Elba.
Now Ridley Scott has succeeded where Kubrick failed. Scott’s take on the Emperor’s life uses Napoleon’s wife Josephine as a lens through which to view one of history’s most extraordinary characters.
Vanessa Kirby plays Josephine, while Joaquin Phénix takes on the role of Napoleon.
(Released on Apple TV+ in late 2023 tbc)
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