From Martin Scorsese To Greta Gerwig: 15 Movies To Look Ahead To In 2023


From Martin Scorsese To Greta Gerwig: 15 Films To Look Forward To In 2023

Dune: Half 2

If the primary half of Dune felt like one lengthy setup, otherwise you have been disenchanted by the shortage of Zendaya, or needed extra sandworms, the followup has bought you lined. The fantasy motion movie will observe Timothee Chalamet’s Paul Atreides as he plots revenge towards the boys who killed his father, fulfills his future because the Kwisatz Haderach and marries Florence Pugh for the second time since Little Ladies (2019).

The Killer

Michael Fassbender has been on a little bit of a chilly streak from 2016 onwards, between X-Males: Apocalypse, Murderer’s Creed, The Snowman and X-Males: Darkish Phoenix (the exception is Alien: Covenant, which gave him room for not one, however two stellar turns) so we’re rooting for the 2023 Fassbenderaissance. Between David Fincher’s The Killer, by which an murderer begins to develop an ethical streak in a world that’s something however, and Subsequent Purpose Wins, Taika Waititi’s sports activities biopic following the “weakest soccer crew on the earth” because it makes an attempt to qualify for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, the actor is poised to make an, ahem, killer comeback. 


After dropping Bones and All in 2022, a Timothee Chalamet-starrer that one Letterboxd consumer helpfully described as “Name Me By Your Title, however with a couple of cannibal,” Luca Guadagnino continues his run of fraught love tales with Challengers, a love triangle set within the aggressive world {of professional} tennis, starring Zendaya, Mike Faist and Josh O’Connor. 

Asteroid Metropolis 

Everybody who finds consolation in Wes Anderson’s pastel symmetry, maintain an eye fixed out for this Fifties-set drama by which the residents of a fictional American desert city collect for the Junior Stargazer conference. The filmmaker’s usually stacked solid contains Tom Hanks, Steve Carell, Margot Robbie, Scarlett Johansson, Edward Norton, Jason Schwartzman, Tilda Swinton, Adrien Brody, Hong Chau, Rupert Buddy, Maya Hawke, Jeff Goldblum, Jeffrey Wright, Liev Schreiber, Tony Revolori, Matt Dillon, Rita Wilson, Bryan Cranston and Willem Dafoe. Phew.

Beau Is Afraid

Not a lot is thought about Ari Aster’s subsequent movie for A24, beforehand described as “an intimate, decades-spanning portrait of probably the most profitable entrepreneurs of all time” and extra pointedly, a “nightmare comedy” starring Joaquin Phoenix. However Aster is the person who beforehand gave us a film a few cult by which everybody saws their heads off and one other by which a person trapped inside a bear swimsuit is about on fireplace. So perhaps we’re those who needs to be afraid. 

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