Awards season is just around the corner, so hopefully some of the most awaited films of the year will be seen in theatres.
Here are seven movies that have just been released or are scheduled to be released in the coming weeks.
PriscillaDirected by Sofia Coppola
Based on the memoir of Priscilla Presley herself, Priscilla It highlights the story of a 14-year-old girl who fell in love with the “King of Rock’n’Roll”. Instead of focusing on worldwide superstar Elvis Presley, like last year’s Oscar-nominated biopic elvis (directed by Baz Luhrmann), Coppola’s film focuses on Priscilla’s experience and her perspective on their relationship. The film stars Kelly Spaeny as Priscilla Presley and Jacob Elordi as Elvis Presley.
Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and SnakesDirected by Francis Lawrence
prequel to popular hunger games Trilogy, this installment of the franchise takes place several years before Katniss Everdeen volunteers to participate in the 74th Hunger Games as a tribute. Starring Rachel Zegler as Lucy Gray Baird and Tom Blythe as 18-year-old Coriolanus Snow, the film revolves around the 10th annual Hunger Games and Snow’s relationship with his protégé Baird. The star cast also includes Viola Davis, Peter Dinklage, Jason Schwartzman and Hunter Schafer.
five nights at freddy’sDirected by Emma Tammy
The indie game that took the world by storm almost a decade ago has become one of the most popular horror movies this year. Mike Schmidt, played by Josh Hutcherson, must take a job of last resort to prove that he can support his younger sister. Little does he know, the pizzeria where he is the sole security guard has a dark history and is haunted by a group of animatronic animals who are possessed by the spirits of dead children.
MiracleDirected by Nia DaCosta
The latest Marvel Cinematic Universe installment sees the return of Brie Larson as the mighty Captain Marvel. When her light-based powers collide with those of Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) and Kamala Khan aka Ms. Marvel (Iman Vellani), they must figure out how to team up with Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury. How to work, so that the problem can be solved. To defeat his plight and the incredible threat, Dar-Ben, played by Zawe Ashton.
thank youDirected by Eli Roth
If holidays like Christmas and St. Patrick’s Day can have horror movies, why not Thanksgiving? Following the Black Friday tragedy, the town of Plymouth begins to be terrorized by an axe-wielding killer disguised as a pilgrim. Patrick Dempsey, Rick Hoffman and Addison Rae star in this unconventional holiday slasher.
napoleonDirected by Ridley Scott
Director Ridley Scott brings the story of everyone’s favorite French emperor. This biopic of Napoleon Bonaparte stars Joaquin Phoenix and Vanessa Kirby as Napoleon and Empress Josephine, and is told through the lens of their complex relationship with each other.
boy and heronhayao miyazaki
One of the final works of legendary director Hayao Miyazaki tells the story of a young boy who struggles to deal with his passing mother. When a talking heron tells him that his mother is alive, he enters a new world to try to find her. The stacked English voice cast includes Robert Pattinson, Christian Bale, Florence Pugh, Mark Hamill, Gemma Chan, Dave Bautista, Karen Fukuhara, and more.
Written, directed and produced by Emerald Fennell, saltburn It follows Barry Keoghan as Oliver Quick, an Oxford University student who is invited to spend the summer at the estate of aristocrat Felix Catton, played by Jacob Elordi. As summer begins, Quick falls in love with his rich classmate and his eccentric family.
There are some great options in theaters for every movie-lover’s taste, so get out there and watch something!
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