Latest movie 2023:The most thrilling films that will be released in theatres in 2023

Latest movie 2023:The most thrilling films that will be released in theatres in 2023

From Five Nights at Freddy’s to The Boys in the Boat, these are the new films to look forward to this year.

Are you trying to find out which new films are coming to a theatre near you soon? You’ve arrived at the ideal location.

The complete list of all the upcoming films that will be out before the year is out is provided here. Our picks include the last few scary films before Halloween actually arrives, intriguing indie films, and a tonne of other stuff. The final superhero pictures of 2023 from Marvel and DC are also included. Every entry in this article includes information about the cast, the movie’s main plot, the release date of the film (based on your location), and the most recent trailer. To put it briefly, you can find all the big-screen entertainment you want right here.

The top streaming platforms in the globe are also releasing new films on their own. Our new Netflix films, new Max films, new Prime Video films, and new Disney Plus films all have information about them. These are all the new films that are opening in a multiplex near you in the meantime.


The Five Nights at Freddy’s (FNAF) film is now set to scare a whole new generation and give you infinite stage fright, after years of production hell (pun intended).

The film FNAF, which is based on the immensely successful indie horror videogame series of the same name by Scott Cawthon, follows Josh Hutcherson’s character, Mike Schmidt, a troubled security guard, as he begins his new night shift at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria. Mike is unaware that the restaurant’s adorable artificial animals come to life after hours, and they will do whatever to force someone they come across into an animatronic suit that could terminate their lives. To put it briefly, Mike just needs to make it through and discover the terrifying mysteries hidden underneath the pizza parlour.

The devoted followers of the franchise gave the first teaser for the film a positive reception, despite one significant critique of what was presented. The finished result has also been well received by fans, as evidenced by its 89% Rotten Tomatoes audience score, which mocks the film’s appalling 25% critical rating.


The Marvels

Date of release: November 10

The MCU’s third big-screen release of 2023 stars Brie Larson as Captain Marvel’s Carol Danvers, Iman Vellani as Ms. Marvel’s Kamala Khan, and Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau from WandaVision. It is a direct sequel to two of the best Disney Plus series.

In the Ms. Marvel season finale, we already witnessed Danvers and Khan mysteriously swapping places. Furthermore, based on the first teaser for The Marvels, which dropped in mid-April and gave us the team-up feelings of Avengers (2012), the film’s three heroes will need to learn how to cooperate in order to stop those bothersome Kree people from hatching another nefarious plot that spans multiple universes.

We know a little something about how The Marvels will connect to the unpopular Disney Plus series now that the Fury-led Secret Invasion concluded in July. Samuel L. Jackson returns to the role of the nearly ubiquitous supervisor Nick Fury.

In other news, Zawe Ashton, star of Velvet Buzzsaw and Fresh Meat, will portray the evil Kree warlord Dar-Benn. Goose, the endearing sidekick who cost Fury an eye, will also make a comeback. One of the last new films of 2023 that’s actually worth getting excited about, in our opinion.

The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes from The Hunger Games

Date of release: November 17

This prequel picture, which takes place during future president Coriolanus Snow’s early days in the Capitol, is Panem’s first trip back since 2015’s Mockingjay: Part 2.

Snow is still a long way from the despot Donald Sutherland portrayed in the earlier Hunger Games films. Snow unwillingly decides to train Lucy Grey Baird, a new tribute from District 12 (Katniss’ future home), after learning that his family’s standing has fallen in a post-war Panem. But he thinks she has something that could help him elevate his standing in the Capitol, and we all know how that will end up.

As Snow and Baird, Tom Blyth from Billy the Kid and Rachel Zegler from West Side Story join the ensemble of famous actors that has come to define the franchise, including Jason Schwartzmann, Peter Dinklage, and Viola Davis. The fourth movie in the Hunger Games series, directed by Francis Lawrence, is called The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, and it is also based on the same-titled novel by Suzanne Collins. To put it another way, you have to hope that the chances are heavily in your favour.


Date of release: November 17

Emerald Fennell, the director of Promising Young Woman and Careful How You Go, appears to have delivered yet another outstanding feature picture.

Barry Keoghan (Eternals, The Batman) plays Oliver Quick in Saltburn, a film about an Oxford University student who finds it difficult to fit in at the esteemed British university. Oliver, however, finds himself invited to Felix Catton’s quarrelling family estate for the summer after he meets Felix Catton (Jacob Elordi), who is self-assured, endearing, and aristocratic. Oliver is unlikely to forget this moment for all the right (and wrong) reasons. No spoilers. Carey Mulligan, Richard E. Grant, and Rosamund Pike are all among the ensemble of outstanding actors.


Date of release: November 17

By mid-November, spooky season will be past, but who doesn’t enjoy a little blood and guts with their Thanksgiving dinner? If so, you can watch Thanksgiving as a brand-new movie.

Starring in this upcoming horror film are Jalen Thomas Brooks, Addison Rae, and Patrick Dempsey. A mysterious assassin who takes inspiration from Thanksgiving and terrorises Plymouth, Massachusetts—the town where the infamous holiday originated—is the main plot point of Thanksgiving. That comes after an alleged catastrophe also occurs at a previous Black Friday event in Plymouth. Is anyone else anticipating that the aforementioned serial killer will be enraged about the needless loss of a loved one during that occasion?

In any case, Jeff Rendell (Grindhouse) and renowned horror filmmaker Eli Roth (Hostel, Cabin Fever) are writing the screenplay.


Date of release: November 22

It’s amazing to think that Disney will celebrate its 100th anniversary in 2023. To celebrate a century of captivating audiences worldwide, the well-known entertainment giant is planning a lavish celebration.

The Walt Disney Company will release Wish, a brand-new animated movie that blends the studio’s renowned and award-winning 2D and 3D creative styles into a new kind of family-friendly movie, just a few weeks after it formally celebrated its historic birthday on October 16.

Asha, played by Ariana DeBose from West Side Story, journeys to Rosas, the land of wishes, in order to have her request fulfilled by King Magnifico (Chris Pine), the magical ruler of Rosas. When her plea is denied, Asha makes a wish strong enough for a celestial force simply referred to as Star to grant it. The two set off on a mission to defend Asha’s realm from an impending darkness that King Magnificio may have contributed to, accompanied by Asha’s favourite goat Valentino.


Date of release: November 22

Joaquin Phoenix and renowned filmmaker Ridley Scott have reunited after working together on the critically acclaimed film Gladiator more than 20 years ago. Together, they have created a breathtaking cinematic experience that centres on the renowned French military commander, political leader, and monarch.

According to Sony Pictures’ story synopsis, Napoleon “is a spectacle-filled action epic that details the checkered rise and fall of the iconic French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, played by Oscar-winner Joaquin Phoenix. Against a stunning backdrop of large-scale filmmaking orchestrated by legendary director Ridley Scott, the film captures Bonaparte’s relentless journey to power through the prism of his addictive, volatile relationship with his one true love, Josephine, showcasing his visionary mil

We’d be shocked if Scott, Phoenix, and Napoleon weren’t nominated for several awards in the first part of 2024. We don’t know about you. Even at this early level, based on its initial teaser, it appears obvious.


The Bikeriders

Date of release: December 1

In the intense thriller The Bikeriders, starring Austin Butler as Elvis Presley and Tom Hardy as Venom and The Dark Knight Rises, the two actors will be joining a motorbike club in December. The film promises to be a wild trip during the 2024 Oscars.

Jodie Comer, known for her roles in Free Guy and Killing Eve, plays Kathy, a shy woman who eventually marries Butler’s Benny, a biker gang member from the fictitious Vandals, a formidable group from the 1960s. The Bikeriders tells the story of Kathy’s time spent with the Vandals, her attempts to “fix” Benny and get him back on track, and their past with Johnny (Hardy), the gang’s powerful but increasingly vicious leader. Prepare yourself for intense drama, action centred around bikes, and probably some of the best performances from the film’s three main actors.

  The Boy and the Heron

December 8 (US) and December 26 (UK) are the release dates.

Sorry, Australian fans, but Studio Ghibli’s most recent anime film will be arriving in the US and UK in December after a highly praised July premiere in Japan.

The child and the Heron, the previously believed to be the last film by renowned director Hayao Miyazaki, is based on Genzaburō Yoshino’s 1937 novel of the same name. It tells the story of a child named Mahito Maki who finds an abandoned tower in his hometown. Maki follows a talking grey heron through one of the tower’s doors out of understandable curiosity, and she enters an absurdly wonderful new world.

One of the last new films of 2023 has an English cast list that was recently made public, and it’s stacked with well-known faces. Among its formidable voice cast are Christian Bale (Batman), Dave Bautista (Guardians of the Galaxy), Florence Pugh (Black Widow), and Willem Dafoe (Spider-Man: No Way Home).


Date of release: December 15

It seems that even chocolatiers in Hollywood have pasts. This prequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory imagines what Willy Wonka got up to before he went into business making Whipple-scrumptious fudgemallow pleasures and everlasting gobstoppers. It goes beyond the Roald Dahl original material.

The top hat is worn by Timothée Chalamet, who plays a younger version of a character that Gene Wilder and Johnny Depp previously portrayed in Dune. Chalamet calls the film “so sincere, it’s so joyous.” And we truly believe him, even if that may just as easily be PR bluster.

Paul King, who made the first two Paddington films become instant, lovable classics, is the film’s director. Interestingly, Neil Hannon of The Divine Comedy wrote songs for the musical version of the film. We believe it will be among the greatest new films to come out around Christmas for a while, and our confidence in that belief is further reinforced by the official trailer.

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom

December 22 (December 26 in Australia and December 29 in the UK) is the release date.

Though its original release date was set for December 16, 2022, Aquaman 2 is now expected to arrive in theatres in December 2023. Jason Momoa’s DC character will continue his underwater exploits in this superhero sequel, which goes by the less appealing title Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom.

The role will bring the Game of Thrones actor back together with his original co-stars, Patrick Wilson, Nicole Kidman, and Amber Heard, but it’s unclear how much of an active role Heard will play. In order to save Atlantis and the world from irreparable destruction, the title character will also have to “form an uneasy alliance with an unlikely ally.”

On September 10, the first teaser for Aquaman 2 was shown; however, there was a major issue with it since it wasn’t your usual DCEU trailer. Four days later, the official trailer debuted (see it above), with even more VFX-heavy underwater scenes, the return of Black Manta from Aquaman, and lots of fast-paced action packed with witty repartee.

All of Us Strangers

December 22 is the release date (January 26 in the UK, Australia to be confirmed).

Before the year is out, US theatres will be able to see Andrew Haigh’s first feature picture in six years. Additionally, judging by the teaser and the timing of its awards season release, it may challenge for 2024’s largest film-related awards.

Adam (Andrew Scott from Sherlock and Fleabag) is the main character in All of Us Strangers. His routine is disturbed by an enigmatic meeting with his neighbour Harry (Paul Mescal from Aftersun and Normal People). Adam finds it difficult to let go of his past as their connection grows, and he oddly starts having glimpses of his parents, who passed away, at the house he left as a youngster thirty years ago. With two outstanding protagonists, this romantic fantasy-thriller has the potential to upset a few people early in the award season next year.

Anyone But You

Date of release: December 22 (Australia and the US), December 29 (UK)

This intense romantic comedy, starring Sydney Sweeney (Euphoria) and Glen Powell (Top Gun: Maverick), appears to be a gripping and entertaining watch for the holidays.

The pair portrays Bea and Ben, who had a wonderful first date before their thrilling bond fades due to an apparently insignificant disagreement. What then is the issue? Nevertheless, Bea and Ben eventually find themselves back together at an Australian wedding, which compels the icy-cold couple to act like a couple in love. Its preview (which you can watch above) gives you reason to believe that comedy sparks will ignite.

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The Color Purple

December 25 (January 26, 2024 in the UK, and January 25, 2024 in Australia) is the release date.

In time for the US holiday season of 2023, Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel will receive a big screen makeover, following its stage musical version in the early 21st century.

The story of Celie Harris Johnson (Fantasia Barrino) in The Colour Purple chronicles her incredible, albeit occasionally horrifyingly abusive, journey in the early 1900s. Among its impressive cast are Corey Hawkins, Danielle Brooks, Taraji P. Henson, Colman Domingo, Halle Bailey, and H.E.R.

Black Is King and The Burial of Kojo director Blitz Bazawule works from a screenplay by Marcus Gardley (Maid, The Chi). Famous producers Steven Spielberg and Oprah Winfrey are also involved with the film.

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The Boys in the Boat

Date of release: December 25 (January 4, 2024 in Australia, and January 12, 2024 in the UK)

This George Clooney-directed underdog story, which is based on actual events, is Warner Bros.’ second Christmas Day feature picture release, following the previously mentioned The Colour Purple (at least in the US).

Joel Edgerton and Callum Turner, among numerous other actors, starred in the film The Boys in the Boat as members of the 1936 University of Washington rowing squad, which participated in the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin and was vying for the gold medal. Described as a “inspirational true story,” we wouldn’t be shocked if one of the final new releases of 2023—or the first of 2024, depending on where you live—earns a healthy number of nominations for awards early in the following year.

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