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Bob Marley: One Love’ Biopic (February 14)

Kingsley Ben-Adir steps into the role of Bob Marley, the Jamaican singer celebrated as a global ambassador for reggae music.

Rebel Songs: Explore Marley’s musical journey, where his rebel songs became powerful expressions challenging established authorities.

Madame Web (February 14):

A part of Sony’s Spiderverse, this movie revolves around a paramedic (Dakota Johnson) who unexpectedly discovers clairvoyant powers.

The plot unfolds as she finds herself connected to three young women (Sydney Sweeney, Celeste O’Connor, Isabela Merced) and faces off against a mysterious villain (Tahar Rahim), reminiscent of Spider-Man’s evil twin.

Drive-Away Dolls (February 23):

An Ethan Coen solo project, this Coen-esque comedy follows two friends (Margaret Qualley and Geraldine Viswanathan) on a road trip who inadvertently get involved with stolen loot.

The star-studded cast includes Pedro Pascal, Matt Damon, Beanie Feldstein, and Colman Domingo.

Dune: Part Two (March 1):

Denis Villeneuve continues the sci-fi epic with the second chapter of Frank Herbert’s Dune saga.

The cast, including Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet, returns to save the universe, joined by new additions Florence Pugh, Christopher Walken, and Léa Seydoux.

Love Lies Bleeding (March 8):

Rose Glass’s drama follows Lou (Kristen Stewart), who runs a gym in New Mexico, and her intense romance with bodybuilder Jackie (Katy O’Brian).

Tensions rise as Lou’s connection to the underworld, represented by her father (Ed Harris), threatens their love story.

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Road House (March 21):

A remake of the ’80s classic, Jake Gyllenhaal takes on the role of Elwood Dalton, transitioning from a UFC fighter to a “cooler” in the Florida Keys.

Directed by Doug Liman, the film adheres to three simple rules as Dalton navigates the dangerous waters of the underworld.

The American Society of Magical Negroes (March 22):

Director Kobi Libii explores a unique concept, imagining a secret society of Black people who magically make white people feel more comfortable.

The plot follows a young man (Justice Smith) recruited into this society, leading to complications when he falls in love with a coworker (An-Li Bogan).

Shirley (March 22):

Directed by Oscar-winning John Ridley, this biopic tells the story of Shirley Chisholm, portrayed by Regina King, the first Black woman elected to Congress.

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire (March 29):

Jason Reitman’s sequel to Ghostbusters: Afterlife brings back the next-gen paranormal investigators (Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace) and some franchise OG’s (Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts).

The team faces a new supernatural threat known as the “Death Chill,” with Patton Oswalt and Kumail Nanjiani joining the cast.

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (March 29):

The titans Godzilla and Kong team up against a new threat, directed by Adam Wingard.

The human cast includes Dan Stevens, Rebecca Hall, and Brian Tyree Henry.

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Mickey 17 (2024):

Bong Joon-ho’s science fiction film stars Robert Pattinson as an astronaut sent to colonize an icy, far-away planet.

The plot revolves around high mortality rates and existential crises as the protagonist keeps getting “copied.”

Housekeeping for Beginners (April 5):

Goran Stolevski’s drama, a hit on the festival circuit, focuses on a healthcare worker (Anamaria Marinca) forced to become a mother unexpectedly.

The film explores themes of family dynamics and societal attitudes towards unconventional family structures.

The Fall Guy (May 3):

Directed by David Leitch, this action comedy is a big-screen take on the 1980s TV show, featuring Ryan Gosling investigating the disappearance of a movie star.

The cast includes Emily Blunt and a plot filled with car chases, shootouts, and bar fights.

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (May 10):

This fourth installment in the franchise-reboot version explores a new head-ape (Kevin Durand) seeking weapons and tech dominance.

The narrative revolves around the characters Noa (Owen Teague) and Mae (Freya Allen) preventing the rise of an ape dictator.

IF (May 17):

John Krasinski’s kid-friendly fantasy delves into the existence of imaginary friends that persist into adulthood.

The film features voice acting from Ryan Reynolds, Steve Carell, Phoebe Waller-Bridges, Maya Rudolph, and more.

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga (May 24):

An origin story prequel directed by George Miller, this film explores how Imperator Furiosa became a badass rebel.

Anya Taylor-Joy steps into the role previously played by Charlize Theron, with Chris Hemsworth and Tom Burke in supporting roles.

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Ballerina (June 7):

A John Wick franchise spin-off, this movie follows a dancer-assassin named Rooney (Ana de Armas) seeking vengeance for the murder of her family.

The storyline takes place between the third and fourth John Wick movies, ensuring the return of Keanu Reeves and series regulars.

Bad Boys 4 (June 14):

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence reunite once again as Detectives Mike Lowery and Marcus Burnett for another round of action, comedy, and Miami-based shenanigans.

Inside Out 2 (June 14):

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Pixar’s sequel revisits Riley’s life, now as a young woman, dealing with new emotions, including Anxiety (Maya Hawke).

The familiar emotions Joy, Sadness, and Anger return, exploring the challenges of growing up and navigating adult emotions.

The Bikeriders (June 21):

Inspired by photographer Danny Lyons’ book, director Jeff Nichols presents a tale of a Chicago motorcycle gang in the late 1960s.

The drama unfolds as the gang’s capo (Tom Hardy) faces challenges in maintaining control, and a younger biker (Austin Butler) navigates love and loyalty.

A Quiet Place: Day One (June 28):

The prequel to John Krasinski’s thriller series explores the immediate aftermath of the alien invasion.

Lupita Nyong’o and Alex Wolff join the cast, with Djimon Hounsou likely reprising his character from the second installment.

Deadpool 3 (July 26):

The third Deadpool movie integrates Ryan Reynolds’ character into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Hugh Jackman returns as Wolverine, and Jennifer Garner reprises her role as Elektra, adding an exciting crossover element.

Alien: Romulus (August 16):

Directed by Fede Alvarez, this addition to the Alien canon takes place between the first film and Aliens.

Cailee Spaeny provides insights into the film, mentioning that it explores the look and feel of Xenomorphs created by the team behind Aliens.

Wolfs (September 20):

Brad Pitt and George Clooney star as professional “fixers” in this Mob drama directed by Jon Watts.

The storyline involves both characters being hired for the same job, leading to intriguing conflicts and interactions.

Joker: Folie à Deux (October 4):

Todd Phillips and Joaquin Phoenix return for another installment, with the exciting addition of Lady Gaga as Harley Quinn.

The film promises to delve deeper into the D.C. universe with a focus on the Joker’s relationship with his girlfriend and partner in crime.

VENOM 3 (November 8):

Tom Hardy’s Spidey antihero returns for a third round, offering more of the delightful banter between Eddie Brock and the symbiote.

Juno Temple and Chiwetel Ejiofor join the cast in unspecified roles, adding to the anticipation of another thrilling Venom adventure.

ALTO KNIGHTS (November 15):

Robert De Niro stars in Barry Levinson’s Mob drama, portraying both Mafia bosses Vito Genovese and Frank Costello.

The unique twist involves De Niro playing dual roles, making it an intriguing addition to the crime genre.

GLADIATOR 2 (November 22):

Paul Mescal leads Ridley Scott’s long-awaited sequel to Gladiator, playing the grown-up Lucius Verus.

The cast includes Denzel Washington, Pedro Pascal, and Connie Nielsen, promising sword-swinging action and a captivating narrative.

Mufasa: The Lion King (December 20):

Directed by Barry Jenkins, this prequel to The Lion King focuses on Simba’s father, Mufasa.

Jenkins promises a mix of laughs, tears, and wonderful music numbers, creating a compelling backstory for one of Disney’s iconic characters.

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