Updated: December 16, 2021 3:29 PM EST | Originally published: December 14, 2021 1:51 PM EST

The list of the most anticipated movies of 2022 is here, so mark your calendars—though you might want to do so in pencil.

If cinephiles have learned anything over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s that release dates are but a mere suggestion amid a worldwide health crisis. For example, Death on the Nile, Kenneth Branagh’s latest installment in the ACU (that’s the Agatha Christie Universe) was originally scheduled for release in October 2020. After multiple delays, the murder mystery starring Gal Gadot is now set to come out in February 2022. Fingers crossed, of course.

The onslaught of backlogged films is why you might notice a few repeats from last year’s most anticipated list included here. The movies that we were excited to see in 2021 still feel worth our time in 2022, including the Tom Cruise double-whammy of Top Gun: Maverick and Mission: Impossible 7.

Ongoing pandemic-induced production delays may also explain the abundance of 2022 films whose release dates are still to be determined, including Martin Scorsese’s latest collaboration with Leonardo DiCaprio, Ari Aster’s Midsommar follow-up and most of Netflix’s upcoming slate including Rian Johnson’s Knives Out sequel. While these films are coming, the question of when they will arrive is as much of a mystery to the filmmakers as it is to the viewer.

Beyond the aforementioned anomalies, the upcoming year’s catalog of intended releases feels as close to normal as it’s been since COVID-19 closed movie theaters, torpedoing Hollywood’s bottom line nearly two years ago. You should be able to see your big blockbusters in the sweltering summer (Jurassic World: Dominion, Black Adam) and Academy Award fare when the leaves change in the fall (Till, She Said). All is almost right in the world of cinema, which is why it’s an exciting time to be a movie fan.

In 2022, you can look forward to a George Clooney-Julia Roberts rom-com, a Whitney Houston biopic, Jordan Peele’s third horror film and more than one appearance by the Batman. (Be prepared to choose your fighter in the new school vs. old school Caped Crusader debate.)


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The MCU is expected to release its much-delayed Black Panther sequel, sans the film’s star Chadwick Boseman, who died in 2020 at the age of 43 following a secret battle with colon cancer. Mads Mikkelsen will make his debut as Gellert Grindelwald in the third Fantastic Beasts film after replacing his predecessor Johnny Depp in 2020. And James Cameron’s long-awaited promise of an Avatar sequel finally comes to fruition—13 years after the original broke box office records.

CGI-heavy spectaculars tend to dominate conversations about the state of the movie business, but there are a whole slew of indies and art house fare on the horizon that are worth seeking out when available. Keep an eye out for 2021 critical darling The Worst Person in the World when it hits theaters in February.

Whether you’re heading back to the theater or just taking a comfortable seat on your couch, these are the 58 movies we think you’ll be excited to see in 2022:

Scream (Jan. 14)

Scary movie fans might enjoy the soft reboot of the 1996 original, which has Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) imparting her final girl wisdom to a group of teens with their own curious connections to the original Woodsboro murders.

Aline (Jan. 21)

This fictionalized and rather unhinged take on Celine Dion’s life, which made its debut at the 2021 Cannes Film Festival, has director and star Valérie Lemercier playing a stand-in for the French-Canadian singer named Aline Dieu at every stage in her life. Think The Irishman for the “My Heart Will Go On” set.

Moonfall (Feb. 4)

A NASA executive, an astronaut, and a conspiracy theorist travel to outer space. No, it’s not the beginning of a joke. It’s the premise of disaster film auteur Roland Emmerich’s new movie, in which the above-mentioned trio, played by Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, and Game of Thrones’ John Bradley, try to stop the moon from crashing into Earth.

The Worst Person in the World (Feb. 4)

Love her or hate her, Norwegian director Joachim Trier’s modern romantic dramedy forces you to consider what his protagonist Julie (Renate Reinsve) wants as she embarks on a four-year-long journey towards self discovery, (possibly) at the expense of the two men she’s dating.

Marry Me (Feb. 11)

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Jennifer Lopez plays a pop star who, after being publicly humiliated by her famous fiancé (Maluma), decides to marry a stranger (Owen Wilson). It’s the kind of throwback rom-com you just may risk it all for.

Death on the Nile (Feb. 11)

Hercule Poirot is back in the long (long) awaited sequel to 2017’s Murder on the Orient Express. This time around, Agatha Christie’s fictional Belgium detective, played by the film’s director Kenneth Branagh, is tasked with solving a murder while on vacation in Egypt. Work-life balance? He doesn’t know the meaning of it.

Read more: The 10 Best Movies of 2021

The Batman (March 4)

There’s something in the way Robert Pattinson’s Bruce Wayne flies off the handle that lets viewers know director Matt Reeves might be willing to take his Dark Knight to even darker places than his predecessors. Case in point: Paul Dano’s The Riddler. The There Will Be Blood actor’s take on the classic Batman villain feels more Zodiac killer than Jim Carrey’s merry prankster.

Turning Red (March 11)

An overachieving 13-year-old named Meilin “Mei” Lee (Rosalie Chiang) must learn to control her anger or else she’ll turn into a red panda in director Domee Shi’s full-length debut for Pixar—and the follow-up to her Academy Award-winning short film, Bao.

Downton Abbey: A New Era (March 18)

The Crawleys and the rest of the upstairs-downstairs gang’s all here in the second film based on the beloved British drama — and they’re headed to the south of France for a little fun in the sun as the Roaring Twenties come to a close.

The Lost City (March 25)

Sandra Bullock plays a reclusive romance novelist who goes on a book tour with her Fabio-esque cover model (a perfectly cast Channing Tatum), only to get caught up in a kidnapping attempt that leads them on a dangerous (and hilarious) jungle adventure.

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore (April 15)

The third installment of the Harry Potter prequel series takes place in the years leading up to World War II as the globe-trotting Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne) and his Wizarding pals figure out how to take down two dark lords: Adolf Hitler and Gellert Grindelwald, now played by Mads Mikkelsen, a.k.a. Hannibal Lecter.

The Northman (April 22)

Alexander Skarsgard arrives at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' 'The Legend Of Tarzan' at TCL Chinese Theatre on June 27, 2016 in Hollywood, California (Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
Alexander Skarsgard arrives at the premiere of Warner Bros. Pictures' 'The Legend Of Tarzan' at TCL Chinese Theatre on June 27, 2016 in Hollywood, California
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Director Robert Eggers’ follow-up to his hallucinatory 2019 film The Lighthouse is a revenge thriller set in 10th century Iceland, which stars Alexander Skarsgård as a Viking prince. Best casting ever?

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (April 22)

Nicolas Cage in <i>The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent</i> (Katalin Vermes—Lionsgate)
Nicolas Cage in The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent
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Nicolas Cage plays a “stylized” version of himself in this surreal comedy in which “Nic Cage” becomes a CIA informant to take down one of his superfans, a Mexican drug lord played by The Mandalorian’s Pedro Pascal.

Legally Blonde 3 (May 22)

<b>Movie:</b> <i>Legally Blonde</i>, 2001; <b>Play:</b> <i>Legally Blonde: The Musical</i>, 2007. (Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer)
Movie: Legally Blonde, 2001; Play: Legally Blonde: The Musical, 2007.
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Mindy Kaling attempts to revive Reese Witherspoon’s sorority girl-turned-high powered-lawyer, Elle Woods, for the post #MeToo era. What, like, it’s hard?

Top Gun: Maverick (May 27)

Tom Cruise’s need for speed led him back to the role of Pete “Maverick” Mitchell, 36 years after he originally took to the skies. No longer the young hotshot, he’s training the next generation of the Navy’s top pilots. Notably, the new cohort includes his dearly departed friend Goose’s son, played by Miles Teller.

John Wick: Chapter 4 (May 27)

Keanu Reeves in John Wick. (Summit Entertainment)
Keanu Reeves in John Wick.
Summit Entertainment

Keanu Reeves’ iconic hitman John Wick returns in the best action movie franchise in years thanks to director (and former stuntman) Chad Stahelski’s visceral style of Gun Fu filmmaking.

Jurassic World Dominion (June 10)

Human-made dinosaurs now roam the Earth in the third installment of the Jurassic Park spinoff, which is why OG stars Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum are back to save us from ourselves. Hold onto your butts, indeed.

Lightyear (June 17)

Chris Evans goes to infinity and beyond in this Pixar animated feature where he plays the (fictional) astronaut who inspired all those Buzz Lightyear dolls.

Elvis (June 24)

Romeo Montague. Jay Gatsby. Now Elvis Presley is getting the Baz Luhrmann treatment in this musical biopic, which stars Austin Butler as the “King of Rock and Roll” and Tom Hanks as his manager, Colonel Tom Parker.

Thor: Love and Thunder (July 8)

(L-R) President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige, Director Taika Waititi and Natalie Portman of Marvel Studios' 'Thor: Love and Thunder' at the San Diego Comic-Con International 2019 Marvel Studios Panel in Hall H on July 20, 2019 in San Diego, California. (Alberto E. Rodriguez—Getty Images for Disney)
(L-R) President of Marvel Studios Kevin Feige, Director Taika Waititi and Natalie Portman of Marvel Studios' 'Thor: Love and Thunder' at the San Diego Comic-Con International 2019 Marvel Studios Panel in Hall H on July 20, 2019 in San Diego, California.
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Move over Chris Hemsworth, Natalie Portman is taking Mjölnir for a spin in Taika Waititi’s ambitious follow-up to Thor: Ragnarok, which he promises won’t just have action, but romance too. Sure!

​​Bullet Train (July 15)

Brad Pitt attends the 92nd Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on February 09, 2020 (Amy Sussman—Getty Images)
Brad Pitt attends the 92nd Annual Academy Awards at Hollywood and Highland on February 09, 2020
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Brad Pitt goes full-on action star in this adaptation of Kotaro Isaka’s 2021 satirical novel of the same name in which he plays an assassin who finds himself on a fast moving train with four other highly motivated hit men and women. The problem is: they’ve all been given the same mission—and only one of them will make it to their destination alive.

Nope (July 22)

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Courtesy of Universal Pictures

Here’s what we know about Jordan Peele’s follow-up to 2019’s Us: it’s a horror movie starring Keke Palmer, Daniel Kaluuya and Steven Yeun. Sold.

Where The Crawdads Sing (July 22)

Daisy Edgar-Jones is set to play Kya in <i>Where the Crawdads Sing</i> (Dave Benett—Getty Images)
Daisy Edgar-Jones is set to play Kya in Where the Crawdads Sing
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Whether it’s despite the controversy surrounding Delia Owens’ hugely popular debut novel of the same name—or because of it, this coming-of-age film about a lonely young girl living in the 1950s North Carolina marsh feels like a movie that’s bound to spark discussions.

Black Adam (July 29)

When the biggest movie star in the world, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, makes his superhero debut, it’s a big deal. Even bigger when it’s basically the role he was born to play.

​​Bros (Aug.12)

Billy Eichner attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party (Getty Images for Vanity Fair)
Billy Eichner attends the 2020 Vanity Fair Oscar Party
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Billy on the Street’s Billy Eichner is the writer and star of this history-making queer romantic comedy about two gay men who kinda, sorta fall in love.

Beast (Aug. 19)

Idris Elba poses at the 'Yardie' photo call during the 68th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, Germany on Feb. 22, 2018. (Alexander Koerner—Getty Images)
Idris Elba poses at the 'Yardie' photo call during the 68th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, Germany on Feb. 22, 2018.
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Summer isn’t summer without a killer animal movie and this one is about a lion who has a bone to pick with Idris Elba. Let’s just hope it’s not Elba’s bones the big cat’s picking its teeth with when the credits roll.

Don’t Worry Darling (Sept. 23)

Olivia Wilde’s thrillingly kinky follow-up to her 2019 directorial debut, Booksmart, stars Florence Pugh and Harry Styles as a 1950s couple who join a commune in the California desert that seems too good to be true. Turns out, it is.

Mission: Impossible 7 (Sept. 30)

Actor Tom Cruise attends the 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' US Premiere at Lockheed Martin IMAX Theater at the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum on July 22, 2018 in Washington, D.C. (Michael Loccisano—Getty Images for Paramount Pictu)
Actor Tom Cruise attends the 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' US Premiere at Lockheed Martin IMAX Theater at the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum on July 22, 2018 in Washington, D.C.
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Not much is known about the follow-up to 2018’s Mission: Impossible – Fallout—but viewers should expect Tom Cruise to pull off another death defying stunt in the name of cinema.

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (Part One) (Oct. 7)

The multiverse is open and Miles Morales is ready to explore the worlds of the other Spider-men, women and one pig he met in the awe-inspiring Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.

Till (Oct. 7)

Director Chinonye Chukwu (Getty Images)
Director Chinonye Chukwu
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Chinonye Chukwu’s follow-up to her 2019 debut, Clemency, focuses on Emmett Till’s mom, Mamie Till-Mobley, and her fight for justice after the 1955 lynching of her 14-year-old son.

Halloween Ends (Oct. 14)

Michael Myers (a.k.a. The Shape) in 'Halloween Kills' (Ryan Green/Universal Pictures—© 2021 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.)
Michael Myers (a.k.a. The Shape) in 'Halloween Kills'
Ryan Green/Universal Pictures—© 2021 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

It’s Michael Myers vs. Jamie Lee Curtis’ Laurie Strode in the final installment of David Gordon Green’s Halloween trilogy, which the director teased will be a tribute to the 1978 slasher film’s mastermind John Carpenter.

Ticket to Paradise (Oct. 21)

Julia Roberts and George Clooney attend the 'Money Monster' premiere during the 69th annual Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals on May 12, 2016 in Cannes, France. (Mike Marsland—WireImage)
Julia Roberts and George Clooney attend the 'Money Monster' premiere during the 69th annual Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals on May 12, 2016 in Cannes, France.
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An estranged couple, played by George Clooney and Julia Roberts, band together in hopes of convincing their daughter not to marry a man she just met and repeat the same mistake they made 25 years earlier. Funnily enough, it’s been just as long since Clooney last starred in a rom-com.

The Flash (Nov. 4)

Michael Keaton is Batman in this much anticipated DC superhero standalone that has Barry Allen (Ezra Miller) pinballing through space and time in order to prevent his mother’s murder.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Nov. 11)

Marvel Studios' BLACK PANTHER..W'Kabi (Daniel Kaluuya) (Matt Kennedy—Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Pictures)
Marvel Studios' BLACK PANTHER..W'Kabi (Daniel Kaluuya)
Matt Kennedy—Marvel Studios/Walt Disney Pictures

Chadwick Boseman is gone, but his boundary-breaking performance as Black Panther will never be forgotten. His co-star Angela Bassett promises that the Ryan Coogler-directed sequel will honor its late star — fans expect nothing less.

She Said (Nov. 18)

New York Times journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor speak onstage at Glamour's 2017 Women of The Year Awards at Kings Theatre on Nov. 13, 2017 in Brooklyn, New York. (Jason Kempin—2017 Getty Images)
New York Times journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor speak onstage at Glamour's 2017 Women of The Year Awards at Kings Theatre on Nov. 13, 2017 in Brooklyn, New York.
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For fans of Spotlight: Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan play New York Times journalists Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor in the drama inspired by the women’s 2019 book of the same name that looks at how their reporting led to the downfall of former Hollywood megaproducer Harvey Weinstein.

Avatar 2 (Dec. 16)

Director James Cameron arrives at the premiere of
Director James Cameron arrives at the premiere of "Avatar," at the Grauman's Chinese Theatre, in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, California on December 16, 2009.
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Whether you loved Avatar or thought James Cameron’s effects-heavy blockbuster was overrated, the fact that this sequel is finally coming out, 13 years after the original, is reason enough to be intrigued. Also intriguing? The choice to stick with that same font.

I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Dec. 23)

Whitney Houston performs on stage at the 2004 World Music Awards on Sept. 15, 2004 in Las Vegas. (Jo Hale—Getty Images))
Whitney Houston performs on stage at the 2004 World Music Awards on Sept. 15, 2004 in Las Vegas.
Jo Hale—Getty Images)

Whitney Houston gets the biopic treatment, courtesy of Harriet director Kasi Lemmons.

Babylon (Dec. 25)

Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie pose during a photocall for the film
Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie pose during a photocall for the film "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood" at the 72nd edition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes, southern France, on May 22, 2019.
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Damien Chazelle’s latest showstopper stars Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie as Hollywood legends trying to navigate the industry as it transitions from silent movies to talkies.

The Adam Project (TBD)

Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo attend the premiere of the film
Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo attend the premiere of the film "13 Going on 30" at the Mann Village Theatre on April 14, 2004 in Los Angeles, California
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Mark Ruffalo reunites with his 13 Going on 30 costar Jennifer Garner for this mysterious sci-fi thriller from Free Guy director Shawn Levy and Netflix, which also stars Ryan Reynolds and Zoe Saldaña.

Adam Sandler’s Netflix Films (TBD)

Adam Sandler attends the premiere of 'Sandy Wexler' at ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome on April 6, 2017 in Hollywood, California. (Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)
Adam Sandler attends the premiere of 'Sandy Wexler' at ArcLight Cinemas Cinerama Dome on April 6, 2017 in Hollywood, California.
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The Sandman returns to the streamer with two new films: Hustle, a comedy about a down-on-his-luck basketball scout (Sandler) who tries to turn a once-in-a-lifetime overseas talent into an NBA star. And Spaceman, a sci-fi movie inspired by Jaroslav Kalfař’s 2017 novel, Spaceman in Bohemia, in which the Uncut Gems actor plays an astronaut on a desperate mission to escape his past.

Apollo 10 ½: A Space Age Childhood (TBD)

Filmmaker Richard Linklater takes part in the Made in Austin: A Look Into
Filmmaker Richard Linklater takes part in the Made in Austin: A Look Into "Song To Song" panel discussion during 2017 SXSW Conference and Festivals at the Austin Convention Center on March 11, 2017 in Austin, Texas.
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Richard Linklater’s animated feature, which will be available on Netflix, covers the 1969 moon landing from two perspectives: the astronauts who made history and an excited kid who watched them do it.

Beauty (TBD)

Lena Waithe attends the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Grants Banquet at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 9, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. (Emma McIntyre/Getty Images)
Lena Waithe attends the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's Grants Banquet at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on August 9, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.
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This Lena Waithe-penned queer drama for Netflix looks at a gifted young Black woman (played by Gracie Marie Bradley), who, after getting a big record deal, has to fight to keep her voice.

The Bubble (TBD)

Judd Apatow attends the Netflix Comedy Panel For Your Consideration Event at Netflix FYSee Space on May 23, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California (Alberto E. Rodriguez—Getty Images)
Judd Apatow attends the Netflix Comedy Panel For Your Consideration Event at Netflix FYSee Space on May 23, 2017 in Beverly Hills, California
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Judd Apatow heads to Netflix with a comedy about a group of actors who are stuck quarantining together as they finish filming a movie amid the pandemic. The ensemble cast includes Karen Gillan, Leslie Mann, David Duchovny, Fred Armisen, Keegan-Michael Key, Pedro Pascal and Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’s Maria Bakalova.

Day Shift (TBD)

Jamie Foxx attends the Los Angeles premiere of New Line Cinema's
Jamie Foxx attends the Los Angeles premiere of New Line Cinema's "Horrible Bosses 2" on November 20, 2014 in Hollywood, California
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Jamie Foxx is a pool cleaner by day, vampire hunter by night in this Netflix sci-fi film.

Disappointment Blvd. (TBD)

Joaquin Phoenix accepts the Actor In A Leading Role award for 'Joker' onstage during the 92nd Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on February 09, 2020 in Hollywood, California. (Getty Images—2020 Getty Images)
Joaquin Phoenix accepts the Actor In A Leading Role award for 'Joker' onstage during the 92nd Annual Academy Awards at Dolby Theatre on February 09, 2020 in Hollywood, California.
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Ari Aster teams up with Joaquin Phoenix for the horror-comedy follow-up to his much-memed 2019 film, Midsommar.

Escape From Spiderhead (TBD)

Chris Hemsworth at the Sydney Opera House on October 30, 2019 in Sydney, Australia (James D. Morgan—Getty Images)
Chris Hemsworth at the Sydney Opera House on October 30, 2019 in Sydney, Australia
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Chris Hemsworth tries his hand at sci-fi in Netflix’s adaptation of George Saunders’ 2010 New Yorker article of the same name.

The Gray Man (TBD)

Actor Ryan Gosling attends the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival (Emma McIntyre—Getty Images)
Actor Ryan Gosling attends the 2018 Toronto International Film Festival
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Ryan Gosling’s first film in three years casts him as a former CIA operative who is on the run from a former CIA agent (Chris Evans) hellbent on taking him down in the Netflix thriller directed by Avengers: Endgame directors Anthony and Joe Russo.

Killers of the Flower Moon (TBD)

Leonardo DiCaprio arrives for the LA Premiere Of HBO's
Leonardo DiCaprio arrives for the LA Premiere Of HBO's "Ice On Fire"
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Martin Scorsese and his go-to stars, Leonardo DiCaprio and Robert De Niro, reunite for an adaptation of David Grann’s nonfiction book about the mysterious Osage tribe murders in the 1920s that led to the birth of the FBI.

Kimi (TBD)

Zoe Kravitz attends the 2018 LACMA Art + Film Gala at LACMA on November 03, 2018 (FilmMagic—Axelle/Bauer-Griffin)
Zoe Kravitz attends the 2018 LACMA Art + Film Gala at LACMA on November 03, 2018
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After an agoraphobic tech worker, played by Zoë Kravitz, witnesses a violent murder, she’s forced to face her fear of leaving her home amid the COVID-19 pandemic in this Steven Soderbergh-directed thriller for HBO Max.

Knives Out 2 (TBD)

Daniel Craig in <i>Knives Out</i> (Claire Folger)
Daniel Craig in Knives Out
Claire Folger

Daniel Craig and his Kentucky Fried accent are back to solve another murder in the star-studded follow-up to Rian Johnson’s 2019 murder mystery set to stream on Netflix. Honestly, it might be easier to name which Hollywood celebs aren’t in this one.

Luckiest Girl Alive (TBD)

Mila Kunis attends the Burberry
Mila Kunis attends the Burberry "London in Los Angeles" event at Griffith Observatory on April 16, 2015 in Los Angeles, California.
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Netflix’s adaptation of Jessica Knoll’s 2015 thriller of the same name stars Mila Kunis as Ani FaNelli, a woman who reinvented herself following a series of teenage tragedies, which are now coming back to haunt her after a documentary filmmaker starts asking questions.

The Mother (TBD)

Jennifer Lopez attends the 2020 Film Independent Spirit Awards on February 08, 2020 in Santa Monica, California (Getty Images)
Jennifer Lopez attends the 2020 Film Independent Spirit Awards on February 08, 2020 in Santa Monica, California
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The Netflix thriller casts Jennifer Lopez as a deadly assassin who has come out of retirement to protect the daughter she gave up years earlier.

The Pale Blue Eye (TBD)

Christian Bale attends the premiere of FOX's
Christian Bale attends the premiere of FOX's "Ford V Ferrari" at TCL Chinese Theatre on November 04, 2019
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Hostiles director Scott Copper reteams with Christian Bale for this Netflix gothic thriller about a series of murders that took place at West Point in 1830—and may have a connection to a young cadet who would later become Edgar Allan Poe.

Persuasion (TBD)

Actress Dakota Johnson attends the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 7, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic)
Actress Dakota Johnson attends the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 7, 2018 in Beverly Hills, California.
Photo by Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic

The Jane Austen hive should get hyped for the Netflix adaptation of the author’s final completed novel starring Dakota Johnson as the melancholic Anne Elliot.

The School for Good and Evil (TBD)

Paul Feig heads to Netflix for an adaptation of Soman Chainani’s 2013 YA fantasy novel of the same name about an enchanted school that trains its students to be heroes or villains.

Wendell and Wild (TBD)

Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele at the 2015 Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2015. (C Flanigan—Getty Images)
Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele at the 2015 Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Sept. 12, 2015.
C Flanigan—Getty Images

The comedy duo of Jordan Peele and Keegan-Michael Key play two demon brothers trying to scheme their way out of hell in the Netflix stop motion movie from Coraline director Henry Selick.

White Noise (TBD)

Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach attend the 90th Annual Academy Awards on March 4, 2018 in Hollywood, California (Christopher Polk—Getty Images)
Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach attend the 90th Annual Academy Awards on March 4, 2018 in Hollywood, California
Christopher Polk—Getty Images

Noah Baumbach’s follow-up to Marriage Story has him reteaming with Netflix and that film’s star Adam Driver (as well as his real-life partner Greta Gerwig) for an adaptation of the 1985 Don DeLillo novel of the same name.

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