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Upcoming Movies in 2023

Upcoming Movies in 2023

By israelipanda

The following is the confirmed list of 2023 movie releases, which are still some way off. Movie theaters and studios are finally getting back on track after the COVID-19 pandemic caused significant film delays or cancellations over the past few years. The majority of films scheduled for 2020 have been moved to 2021 or 2022, but new projects and other films have been pushed back to accommodate full release schedules on the confirmed slate for 2023. Large financial plan establishment motion pictures from studios like Disney have needed to postpone their unique timetable, and that implies spin-offs like Gatekeepers of the System Vol. The original release dates for Indiana Jones 3 and Indiana Jones 5 are 2023.

Even though 2023 is still a long way off, a few highly anticipated films that were originally scheduled for 2023 are now coming out in 2024. Furiosa, a Mad Max movie: The origin story for Fury Road was originally scheduled for June 2023, but it has now been pushed back to 2024. Marvel Studios initially had a few untitled projects scheduled for 2023 that were completely dropped from the schedule due to the pandemic’s unanticipated delays. Although it demonstrates that moviegoing is still not quite back to normal, it is possible that these removed Marvel Phase 4 films will be delayed until 2024 rather than being canceled entirely.

Even though there are a lot of exciting movies that have been confirmed to come out in 2023, there are even more on the schedule that haven’t been given a name or anything more definitive than “Untitled Universal Studios Project,” for instance. It is anticipated that some 2022-projected films will ultimately be moved back to 2023 in the future because Disney has continued to alter its release schedule with lengthy delays. Nonetheless, the following is a list of all of the movies that have been confirmed for 2023.

Sixth of January: a Hollywood period drama starring Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, Li Jun Li, Olivia Wilde, Lukas Haas, and Tobey Maguire, among others, under the direction of Damien Chazelle.

13 January, Kraven the Hunter: Sony’s superhero film about the classic Spider-Man villain Kraven the Hunter follows Sergei Kravinoff (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), a Russian immigrant who strives to demonstrate that he is the best hunter in the world.

20 January: Untitled Bee Gees Project A biopic for Paramount about the rise to fame of the brothers Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb as The Bee Gees, directed by Oscar-nominated Kenneth Branagh.

On January 27, The Last Voyage of the Demeter: A forthcoming horror vampire film directed by Andre vredal and starring David Dastmalchian. The Captain’s Log section of Bram Stoker’s Dracula, in which the vampire stalks and kills the crew of the Russian Demeter every night on their ocean voyage, serves as the basis for the movie.

The Purple Crayon and Harold (January 27): Shazam! stars! The movie stars Zachary Levi and is based on the book with the same name about a four-year-old boy who uses a purple crayon to draw the world around him.

On February 3, knock at the cabin: Following Old, M. Knight Shyamalan’s next horror-thriller.

On February 17, The Marvels: The much-anticipated follow-up to Captain Marvel, starring Brie Larson and directed by Candyman’s Nia DaCosta, will open MCU Phase 4 in 2023.

On February 22, The Tiger’s Apprentice: The story of the Chinese-American boy Tom Lee, who finds out he comes from a line of guardians who must unite animal warriors to save the world, is based on the same-named novel.

March 3’s Dungeons & Dragons: serving as a reboot of the original fantasy adventure film series and based on the role-playing game with the same name. Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Hugh Grant, and Bridgerton’s René-Jean Page will star in Dungeons & Dragons.

Live-action Disney film with no title (March 10): It is unclear which Disney film will be released on this date, but some have speculated that it could be used for the remake of The Haunted Mansion if it misses the October 2022 premiere.

(17 March) Wonka: The much-anticipated origin story of Willy Wonka, the eccentric owner of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’s candy factory. Timothée Chalamet will play Willy Wonka when the live-action musical comes to theaters.

Part 1 of Fast & Furious 10 (April 7): The Fast & Furious franchise’s tenth installment following F9 in May 2021. The movie Fast & Furious 10 will be the series’ final installment after more than two decades. Vin Diesel confirmed that it will be shot concurrently with the eleventh and final film.

Vol. 2 of Guardians of the Galaxy 3 (May 5): The long-awaited follow-up to James Gunn’s MCU films about the Guardians of the Galaxy. Zoe Saldana will play a younger Gamora, Will Poulter will play Adam Warlock, and Chris Pratt will reprise his role as Peter Quill.