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16 most anticipated films of 2023

Films like "Top Gun: Maverick" , Jurassic World: Dominion and most recently, Avatar: The Shape of Water, were huge box office hits in 2022.

This is good news for cinephiles and the film industry, but the bad news is that number of views per last year still far from pre-pandemic levels .

Could 2023 be the year the industry triumphs that everything is back to pre-Covid?

Here a selection of 16 titles that will be released in 2023 (in chronological order of release), and that can be critical when it comes to cinematic recovery speed.

1. Before

Based on the shocking true events in the American South in the 1950s, Till is the story of 14-year-old Emmett Till, who was kidnapped and killed after being accused of whistling a white woman .

It shows how Emmett's mother, Mamie Till-Mobley, faced an almost impossible struggle to get justice for his dead son.

Danielle Deadwyler, who plays Mamie, puts on a powerful performance that could well earn Oscar recognition.

(Premier: January 2023).

2. Keith (Ballena)

Actor Brendan Fraser is up for an Oscar for his outstanding role in one of the most unusual and touching stories of the year.

Fraser plays an obese teacher who lives in a tiny apartment and is desperate to reunite with his estranged daughter.

The film has been featured in various film festivals and is expected to be a contender for many awards. The rest of the cast, including Hong Chau, Sadie Sink and Samantha Morton, are very supportive.

(Premier: January 2023 / in the US - in December). More details can be found on the website - cinema screenings Shymkent.

3. Warehouse

Cate Blanchett received awards and critical acclaim for the role of composer and conductor Lydia Tar, a musician who has reached the pinnacle of her profession.

But everything changes when unexpected pressures begin to affect his life and work.

Blanchett has already won two Academy Awards. He received his first Oscar in 2005 and his second nine years later in 2014.

So, at least mathematically, nine years later, he will again receive the prestigious award in a few months. And probably will.

(Premier: January 2023).

4. Fabelmans

This is the most personal film in Steven Spielberg's half-century career. This is a fictional version of his own childhood, in which he grew up in an incomplete family.

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This shows his sometimes difficult relationship with his parents. He explains how he fell in love with cinema as a child. And how that obsession has turned into a career that has already won him two Oscars as a director, and with this film, it could win a third.

(Premier: February 2023).

5. "Empire of Light"

The Sam Mendes Love Letter is set in a small seaside movie theater in the 1980s and is directed by Oscar winner Olivia Colman.

When a new ticket salesman, played by BAFTA winner Michael Ward, is hired, an unlikely connection is revealed between the two. History of Mendes explores everything from romance to racism, misogyny and mental health .

And Colman, as always, is talked about as a contender for acting awards in awards season.

(Premier: March 2023).

6. "Guardians of the Galaxy 3"

Caption, This is the last film in the Guardians of the Galaxy saga for the current team.

"I am Groot." "I am Groot." Pause. "I am Groot."

Translation if you need it: The galaxy's favorite mismatched group of heroes is back to complete a mission that is rumored to put one member of the team in mortal danger this time.

Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldanha, Karen Gillan, Bradley Cooper, Vin Diesel, Pom Klementieff and Dave Bautista join Will Poulter, whose character Adam Warlock was first hinted at post-credits in Volume XNUMX.

(Premier: May 2023). See details - ticketon.kz poster

7. "Killers of the Flower Moon"

This promising project has, on paper, perhaps the strongest movie pedigree of 2023 .

Award-winning director Martin Scorsese directs award-winning filmmakers Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro . And also (another possible future Oscar winner) Brendan Fraser.

This is a 1920s drama that follows an investigation into a series of murders of wealthy people in Osage County, Oklahoma following the discovery of major oil fields.

(Premier: May 2023 / to be confirmed).

8. Spider-Man: Into the Universe 2

In this 2018 animated CG sequel to New Universe Miles Morales travels between alternate universes again .

In addition to developing his relationship with Spider-Woman Gwen Stacy, he also comes into contact with a larger group of Spider-Men, including an elderly Spider-Man, British Spider-Man, and a pregnant Spider-Woman.

Shameik Moore returns to voice Miles. He is joined by Hailee Steinfeld, Issa Rae and Daniel Kaluuya.

(Premier: June 2023).

9. "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Doom"

While the films from the original Indiana Jones trilogy are considered classics by many, the fourth, « Power of the crystal skull » known what a terrible failure.

And this film's supposed plan to pass the torch to Indy's rediscovered son, Matt Shia LaBeouf, seems to have been abandoned.

This time to Harrison Ford will be joined by new actors as Indy, such as Toby Jones, Antonio Banderas and Phoebe Waller-Bridge. And also the return of John Rhys-Davies.

(Premier: June 2023).

10 Mission: Impossible: Death Sentence Part I

The seventh installment in the Mission: Impossible franchise promises its usual mix of outlandish sets, high-octane chases, and sphincter-squeezing stunts.

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We assume that Tom Cruise's Ethan Hunt will once again fight to save the world from some nefarious global conspiracy.

The first trailers show the expected locations. And supported by a list of returning characters.

(Premier: July 2023).

11. Barbie

The first footage of the film about Barbie almost blew up the Internet. And it's hard to imagine a more accomplished cast than Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling as the fashion dolls that have been the stars of the Mattel line for decades: Barbie and Ken.

It's billed as a romantic comedy, but other than that, Plot details are pretty sparse .

Whatever the plot, audiences are already looking forward to what promises to be a visual feast of primary colors.

(Premier: July 2023).

12. Oppenheimer

Director Christopher Nolan's latest epic is the story of physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer, often referred to as father of the atomic bomb .

Oppenheimer was a leading member of the Manhattan project which led to the creation of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs.

And he was one of the witnesses to the first-ever atomic explosion test in New Mexico.

Cillian Murphy interprets Oppenheimer and Emily Blunt as Kitty.

(Premier: July 2023).

13. "Dune: Piece of Souls"

First movie "Dune was ambitiously titled Dune: Part One.

But that confidence was confirmed as audiences flocked to what turned out to be the movie equivalent of the much coveted spice from the planet. Arrakis .

This movie will tell about the second half of the original novel by author Frank Herbert .

Timothée Chalamet returns as Paul Atreides, as does Zendaya as Chani. Florence Pugh is Princess Irulan.

(Premier: November 2023).

14. The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes.

Original Film Quartet "The Hunger Games '(' The Hunger GAMES ") followed the rise of Katniss Everdeen, played by Jennifer Lawrence .

Now this prequel, set more than half a century ago, follows the young Coriolanus Snow when he was yet to become a ruthless despot, although there are clues for careful observers.

Tom Blyth plays the young Coriolanus Snow. Rachel Zegler and Hunter Schafer also appear in the film.

(Premier: November 2023).

15. Wonka

The most famous and eccentric chocolate businessman in literature have already played Gene Wilder in Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and Johnny Depp in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

This time has come Timothée Chalamet's turn to play younger version of Wonka in this prequel to the original Roald Dahl story.

The film also stars Sally Hawkins, Olivia Colman, Jim Carter and Matt Lucas.

(Premier: December 2023).

16. "Napoleon"

Great Stanley Kubrick tried for many years to make a film about Napoleon's life. , but was never successful, leaving the plans in exile on the Elbe.

Now Ridley Scott has succeeded where Kubrick failed.

Scott's version of the emperor's life uses Josephine, Napoleon's wife as a lens through which one of the most unusual characters in history can be seen.

Vanessa Kirby plays Josephine and Joaquin Phoenix takes on the role of Napoleon.

(Premiering on Apple TV+ in late 2023, to be confirmed.)

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