From Fall to Christmas: 7 Movies We Can’t Wait for

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The summer hits ‘Barbie’ and ‘Oppenheimer’ dominated the scene. Continuously breaking records, the ‘Barbenheimer’ phenomenon was a cultural icon of the summer ’23 film season. Tons of fans followed the influential trends and tricks of the Barbenheimer phenomenon.

But can the fall/winter season top that? With stellar lineups and some of the most talented directors ever, this global cinema season holds some of the most anticipated projects for excited fans.

Here are the top 7 movie releases we can’t wait for!

Killers of The Flower Moon

October 19th

Usually united in their cinematic representations of the American-Italian culture, this time icons Robert Deniro, director Martin Scorsese, and renowned actor Leonardo DiCaprio come together and explore another vital element of American history and subcultures. 

Killers of The Flower Moon goes back to the 1920s, when members of the Osage Native American tribe of Osage County, Oklahoma, are murdered after oil is found on their land, and the FBI decides to investigate. Oscar winner Brendan Fraser and actress Lily Gladstone join the cast as well.


November 23rd

Directed by Ridley Scott and starring Joaquin Phoenix, we know this retelling of Napoleon’s life will be different. The film takes a look at the military commander’s origins and his swift, ruthless climb to become the emperor. This retelling focuses on his complex and toxic relationship with his wife and one true love, Josephine.

Dune: Part Two

November 2nd

Florence Pugh and Austin Butler join the internet’s favorite movie duo, rising stars Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet in the second part of the Sci-fi/Adventure movie Dune. Paul Atreides teams up with Chani and the Fremen to get back at those who hurt his family. He faces a tough choice: his true love or saving the universe. His unique ability to foresee a dreadful future compels him to take action to prevent it.


December 14th

Another Timothée Chalamet lead role in the season, Wonka focuses on a young Willy Wonka and how he came to meet the Oompa-Loompas on one of his earliest adventures. The film is directed by Paul King. 


November 30th

After the House of Gucci, Adam Driver presents another biopic with Ferrari. Ferrari received a 7.5 min standing ovation at its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival. Four-time Oscar-nominee director Michael Mann tells automotive mogul Enzo Ferrari’s story, whose family redefined the idea of the high-powered Italian sports car and practically spawned the concept of Formula One racing.


November 22nd

Coming from the artists behind Frozen, Wish celebrates Disney’s 100th anniversary. The musical is to tie together a major theme across most Disney films – wishes becoming a reality. Wish will follow a young girl named Asha who wishes on a star and gets a more direct answer than she bargained for when a trouble-making star comes down from the sky to join her.

Poor Things

December 8th

Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos, Poor Things brings together an interestingly unique cast that includes Emma Stone, Mark Ruffalo, Willem Dafoe, and Ramy Youssef. Bizarre, right? 

However, it is not the only odd thing about the movie. The trailer reveals some striking eccentric visuals. Poor Things tells the story of a young woman brought back to life by an unorthodox scientist. She runs off with a lawyer on a whirlwind adventure across the continents. Free from the prejudices of her times, she grows steadfast in her purpose to stand for equality and liberation.

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