Plot details are kept under wraps as always (even the trailer doesn’t offer much; it certainly doesn’t hit with the usual meta-cinematic tonality), but if that doesn’t work, we can expect Scream 6 in the very near future. Filming is over autumn, so let’s hope that the release at the end of 2022 is not far off.
Whether you’re a fan of the action-packed martial arts spectacle that the Raid films have to offer, or the bloody excess of Gareth Evans’ latest film, The Apostle, you must be in awe of Havoc. Mission: Impossible is back with the seventh installment, and we hope Ethan Hunt, aka Tom Cruise, brings us a solid action movie this year. The first of four Avatar sequels is finally out, 13 years after the groundbreaking original.
In 2022, we can expect a romantic comedy by George Clooney and Julia Roberts, a Whitney Houston biopic, Jordan Peele’s third horror film, and more Batman appearances. As usual, there are plenty of Marvel movies ahead, as well as more DC movies if you can believe it. Whether it’s sequels, reboots, or original films, there are some highly anticipated films in 2022.
In the world of cinema, almost everything is good, so now is the most exciting time for moviegoers. When it comes to movies, we can’t be completely sure about the future, but at least we got to the present.
Throughout 2020 and much of 2021, the same titles were shown in every season preview (Black Widow must have changed three or four times) as their release dates were pushed back again and again in hopes of getting past the pandemic. Aside from the aforementioned anomalies, the list of releases scheduled for the coming years looks as close to normal as it has since COVID-19 closed theaters, torpedoing Hollywood’s profits almost two years ago.
But movie studios should be optimistic about 2022 as this year looks to be full of box office success. Some long-awaited films are already on the way and will be released in 2022. We have a lot to tell you about the sci-fi movies coming out in 2022, with brand new titles, highly anticipated sequels, and some spin-off space innovations.
There will be action movies, horror movies, comedies and whatever powerful pairing Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles have made and should be releasing now. Expect superhero movies, sci-fi movies and a new series of films directed by women in the lead roles.
When Matt Reeves’ The Batman hits theatres, it will be almost three years since former teen heartthrob Robert Pattinson was officially announced as the new actor to get the keys to the Batmobile. With Robert Pattinson playing Batman, the hype around the movie is real.
The movie was reportedly filmed in Poland in the fall, so it’s possible we’ll see a festival bow this year. Not only is the film the first Doctor Strange sequel, it will heavily use Scarlet Witch’s Elizabeth Olsens, deepen the MCU into the horror genre, and also mark the return of Sam Ramis to superhero cinema. Sam Raimi, director of the original Spider-Man trilogy, takes the reins with the 2016 Doctor Strange sequel Fifteen years after directing his last Spider-Man film with Tobey Maguire, legendary director Sam Raimi is heading back into the waters Marvel with this film. Sequel to the 2016 film Doctor Strange, which follows the time-jumping of the eponymous surgeon-turned-wizard played by Benedict Cumberbatch.