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What are the most anticipated movie releases in 2023?

There’s no shortage of exciting new films this year; we take a look at one upcoming movie from each month of 2023...

Movies to look out for in 2023

It looks like 2023 will be another major year for the silver screen with a number of big-name films and long-awaited sequels set to arrive over the next twelve months. Whether it’s an ode to the golden days of Hollywood, a return to the other-worldly Dune landscape, or a final outing for Magic Mike, there’s plenty for cinema-goers to look forward to.

So numerous are the big releases expected for 2023 that you might find yourself struggling to fit them all in. To ease the burden we have highlighted one film scheduled to be released from each month of the year.

Here’s twelve films to watch out for in 2023…

January – Babylon

Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie return in a hectic and hedonistic take on 1930s Hollywood, bringing together the glamour of show business and the murky world of organised crime.

February – Magic Mike’s Last Dance

For a final time, Channing Tatum will star as the titular dancer in Steven Soderbergh’s Magic Mike series. Having fallen on hard times, Mike Lane looks to take a lucrative job in London.

March – Creed III

In the third instalment of the Creed franchise, star Michael B. Jordan makes his directorial debut. Quite how this chapter will play out is anyone’s guess, but it looks like Jonathan Majors will be Creed’s latest challenge in the ring.

April – The Super Mario Bros. Movie

One for the kids, or for the big kids at least. After decades on consoles Mario finally makes the leap into cinema with this animated adventure.

May – Fast X

Always keen to go over the top, the tenth instalment of the Fast and Furious serious will actually be a two-parter, the first of which drops in April 2023. Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson reprise their roles in part one.

June – Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

Fans were hoping to see the hotly-anticipated sequel to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse but a series of issues meant that the animated Spider-Man epic won’t be released until May 2023.

July – Oppenheimer

Few directors can generate as much hype as Cristopher Nolan and his historical biopic on J. Robert Oppenheimer, the inventor of the atomic bomb, could be one of the biggest draws of the year. Cillian Murphy, Florence Pugh, Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Robert Downey Jr. and Rami Malek all feature in a star-studded cast.

August - Blue Beetle

The DC superhero movie was originally intended to be a limited release for the HBO Max streaming service, but Warner Bros. appear to have such high hopes for the film that it has been bumped up to a cinematic release in the summer.

September – The Nun 2

If you’re looking forward to a bit of horror in 2023, Michae Chaves’ sequel to The Nun could be just what you’ve been waiting for. Released shortly before Halloween, this looks certain to get you in the mood.

October – The Exorcist

Another spooky showing for the Halloween period, David Gordon Green follows up his trio of Halloween films with a retelling of the 1973 horror classic. The October release is expected to be the first part of another trilogy.

November – Dune: Part Two

Director Denis Villeneuve returns to conclude the cinematic version of Frank Herbert’s 1965 thriller. Fans of the first movie will be counting down the days until its 3 November release date.

December – Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

Currently slated for release on Christmas Day 2023, the DC superhero Aquaman returns to screens. Jason Mamoa will star alongside Amber Heard and Patrick Wilson as viewers return to the mythical world of Atlantis.


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