The 10 most anticipated films of fall 2022

With movie theaters beginning to resemble their pre-pandemic selves and theatergoers steadily returning to their popcorn-lined seats, 2022 has proven to be a stellar year for theatrical releases on the big screen. Now, as we round the corner to the final leg of the year – awards season folks! – it seems like many filmmakers have saved the best for last.

From long-awaited sequels like Black Panther: Wakanda Foreverto dramatic releases like Don’t worry darling (Sorry Miss Flo), this fall is shaping up to be a promising season for new releases. If you’ve already planned your Oscars betting class for this year, or are just busy adding to your letterboxed reviews that nobody reads, don’t lose steam just yet. Whether you’re a superhero junkie, thriller connoisseur, or just enjoy a story well told, here are our most anticipated releases of the fall season.

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Release date: 09/16

Gina Prince-Bythewood’s latest work is a historical drama about the 17th-19th century military regiment known as the Agojie. The Aogjie, defending the West African kingdom of Dahomey, was an all-female unit that arose as a result of high male casualty numbers. in the The Woman KingViola Davis plays Nanisca, an Agojie general tasked with preparing a new generation of warriors for an upcoming battle as colonization encroaches upon her community.

Release date: 09/16

Blond, the latest of many mainstream biopics to hit theaters this year, has received mixed reviews, citing Andrew Dominik’s direction and script. However, Ana de Armas’ interpretation of the legendary Marilyn Monroe seems to have impressed critics. Based on the novel of the same name by Joyce Carol Oates Blond shows the dark side of Monroe’s life away from the limelight.

Release date: 09/23

To the shock (and occasionally delight!) of those following the hype surrounding it don’t worry darling, Olivia Wilde’s upcoming blockbuster isn’t going down too well with critics. However, the publicity nightmare that’s swamping the film’s press cycle is likely to draw throngs of theatergoers over an opening weekend.

let’s talk about don’t worry darling‘s actual plot. The film follows housewife Alice (Florence Pugh) as she discovers that the seemingly utopian life she shares with her husband (Harry Styles) may hold deep dark secrets. As for the off-screen action, well…check Twitter.

Release date: October 7th

Little is known about this tar alongside short synopses and what we can deduce from its trailer. However, many critics believe that Cate Blanchett could be on the way to her next Oscar with her performance as Lydia Tár – a fictional German classical composer and conductor whose power seems to lead her too close to the sun.

Release date: October 14th

Chinonye Chukwu until follows how one of the greatest tragedies in American history led to Mamie Till-Mobley (played by Daniella Deadwyler), mother of Emmett Till (Jalyn Hall), becoming a key civil rights activist and educator after her son was lynched 1955

Great emphasis was placed on historical accuracy in the film’s production, with Emmett Till’s cousin Simeon Wright serving as a consultant on the project. Also serving as co-producer is Keith Beauchamp – whose 27-year investigation into Emmett’s murder prompted the US Department of Justice to reopen the case.

Release date: October 14th

The latest work by South Korean director Park Chan-wook (Oldboy, the maid) contains many of its signature staples – with a dark plot, stunning cinematography and an unconventional romance. decision to go, which recently won the Park’s Best Director award at Cannes, offers a refreshing take on the film noir genre. The romantic thriller follows a detective whose murder investigation in the mountains leads him to unexpectedly fall in love with the victim’s widow.

Release date: October 21

As a spin-off to DC’s 2019 film, Shazam!, Black Adam sees Dwayne Johnson along with introducing the Justice Society of America to the titular antihero. Released from prison after 5,000 years, Black Adam must learn to forsake his evil ways when the JSA recruits him to fight a common enemy.


Strange: The Al Yankovic Story

Release date: November 4th

While Daniel Radcliffe’s introduction to the pop culture zeitgeist as Harry Potter could easily have set the actor down a path of mainstream blockbuster stardom, Radcliffe has instead taken the less-traveled path — delving into oddball projects like Swiss army man and various theatrical productions. Similar to him though Boy Who Lived Origins, Radcliffe’s unconventional filmography has proven immortal to flops. His latest project Strange: The Al Yankovic Storyseems to be no exception.

Serving as the origin story of comedian and performer Weird Al Yankovic’s career, Strange takes the opportunity to mock the biopic genre in a seriously frivolous tone.


Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

Release date: November 11th

The decision not to recast the lead role of the late Chadwick Boseman as T’Challa in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Black Panther: Wakanda Forever will represent the kingdom of Wakanda after the death of King T’Challa. Many actors from the original Black Panther Cast will reprise their roles such as Letitia Wright, Lupita Nyong’o and Danai Gurira – along with newcomers. (Michaela Coel!)

Release date: November 11th

The movie brothers will inherit the earth this fall, with a semi-autobiographical film from maestro Steven Spielberg gracing our screens. Loosely based on Spielberg’s upbringing and written with frequent collaborator Tony Kushner, The Fabelmans sees a young boy turn to his love of movies as he copes with the shocking revelation of a family secret. Gabriel LaBelle plays the young Sammy Fabelman with Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, Seth Rogan and Judd Hirsch as supporting cast members.

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