10 Highly Anticipated Movies That Won't Come Out After 2023

High-value movies have to wait for more than a year...

Even at the beginning of the year, it's easy to look up and jot down upcoming anticipated movies 12 months in advance. A year looks like a long time on paper, but it seems to go by surprisingly quickly. January 2023, December 2023 release might sound far away at first, but it's finally coming before we know it.

Looking ahead more than a year takes things to another level, and as such, doesn't do it very often. It's also a case of most movies being announced a year or so before release, and really only major studio films and high-profile sequels are announced and scheduled two or more years before release. The following 10 films are all slated for release in 2024 and beyond, and are all worth watching, even if it will be a while before we see them.

'Untitled Godzilla vs. Kong sequel' - scheduled for March 15, 2024

Godzilla vs. Kong is easy to look down on, especially to cynical viewers. The 2021 rematch, nearly 60 years in the making, is stupid and boiling It's as small as a giant lizard battling a giant gorilla, but it's also a lot of fun with its blunt simplicity and dedication to such a simple premise.

A sequel is slated for release in early 2024, but little is known about it at this stage. Given how the 2021 movie ends, we can only hope that Godzilla and King Kong move past restless allies and are now best friends, but in the end, monster movie fans won't know until at least the trailer, of course.

'Mickey 17' - scheduled for March 29, 2024

After the huge critical acclaim and historic Oscar success of 2019's "Parasite," Bong's next work is naturally highly anticipated. He took the time to develop and film Mickey 17, as it would eventually hit theaters five years after Parasite.

With "Snowpiercer", Bong Joon-ho proved that he is more than capable of making an English-language sci-fi film based on existing source material, all of which are applicable to his upcoming film. It might feel like a long time, but he's not the type of filmmaker to disappoint audiences, which means the wait should be worth it.

'Inside Out 2' - scheduled for June 14, 2024

Sequels are always risky, even for a studio like Pixar. Things got off to a good start in 1999, when Toy Story 2 came out and was on par with its predecessor. The same could be said for 2010's Toy Story 3, but after that film, Pixar's sequels (and prequels) started to become more frequent... and unfortunately more disappointing.

This may leave Pixar fans with cautious optimism at best for Inside Out 2, which will continue Riley's story and her emotions from the excellent original book released in 2015. There may be potential in a sequel if it jumps forward a few years to show what a teen or young adult has to face, but if it's poorly executed, it would be a shame if the sequel doesn't live up to the creativity and core of the original.

'Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part Two' - scheduled for June 28, 2024

It's a bit ahead of time to start thinking about Mission: Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 2 in 2024, as Mission: Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 is scheduled for release in 2023. At least it's important to acknowledge that this single story was split in two after two parts were filmed in succession.

That means action movie fans and those who enjoy watching Tom Cruise pull off ludicrously dangerous stunts should have plenty of entertainment in 2023 and 2024. If this is indeed the last Mission: Impossible movie with Cruise, the two-partner is about to be a farewell.

'Blade' - scheduled for September 6, 2024

Eternals is possibly the most controversial film of MCU Phase 4. At this stage, it's unknown when (or even if) the film's main characters will return, but one thing that was teased in the 2021 film is scheduled to make a return in September 2024. ^The post-credits scene teases the MCU's version of Blade's weapons and the voice of Mahershala Ali, who will play the iconic half-human/half-vampire crime-fighter. Admittedly, it's had an uneven production history so far, but it's still currently scheduled for release in 2024.

While Joker was loved and appreciated by some audiences for its darker and more adult tone than most comic book films, others were more critical of the film. The most common criticism of Joker is that it's not entirely original, Especially when borrowing elements from the Martin Scorsese films Taxi Driver and The King of Comedy.

'Joker: Folie à Deux' - scheduled for October 4, 2024

At this stage, it's at least encouraging to see Joker: Folie à Deux, the sequel to the Joker, looking to confront these criticisms head on. From the absurd and weird title to the fact that it's apparently going to be a musical, Joker: Folie à Deux seems to be keen on surprise and provocation in equal measure, which is true in an industry where more standard superhero movies continue to dominate. Encouraging office.

Although the first Avatar sequel, The Way of Water, took 13 years to come out, fans of 3D, James Cameron and the world of Pandora won't have to wait that long for the next installment. That's because Avatar 3 is currently scheduled for release in December 2024, which means it will be released two years later than its predecessor.

'Avatar 3' - scheduled for December 20, 2024

Fans of the series have encountered plenty of delays before, so it wouldn't be the most surprising thing in the world if the trilogy ended up being pushed back a year. Even so, however, a three-year wait is still better than a 13-year wait any day.

It's fair to say that by 2025, MCU fans will be desperate for another Avengers movie. By then, it will be six years since Avengers: Endgame, and it will naturally be a tough sell to gather most (or all) of the existing Marvel heroes into one major crossover movie. move.

'Avengers: The Kang Dynasty' - scheduled for May 2, 2025

Avengers: The Kang Dynasty will break what will be a six-year Avengers film drought. The titular villain himself made a brief appearance in Loki and will also appear in the third Ant-Man film, Quantum Fever. Anyone who saw the underrated The Last Black Man in San Francisco (2019) should be clear that Jonathan Majors will impress in Kang's role, and hopefully he'll be a worthy follower in Thanos' big, stout footsteps. the villains.

Interestingly, Avengers: Secret War was not back-to-back with the same director as Dynasty Kang, even though it was scheduled for release almost a year later. At least for the time being, that would set it apart from how Avengers: Infinity War and Endgame were produced and released.

'Avengers: Secret Wars' - scheduled for May 1, 2026

Not much is known about the film, although those familiar with the comic book storyline at least know that it can get pretty wild. If the film is equally committed to its wacky premise, it could well help revive interest in the MCU, as superhero fatigue has started to set in for some, especially in Phase 4.

The gimmick and story behind 100 years may be more obvious than the movie may ever be, but it's still fun to talk about and think about. A supposedly full-length movie directed by Robert Rodriguez and starring John Malkovich is locked in a safe that will be opened in 2115, 100 years after the film was announced.

'100 Years' - scheduled for November 18, 2115

Honestly, this is really just part of an LOUIS XIII cognac advertising campaign, and the movie itself (whatever it is) is unlikely to be that great. It's not even known if it's feature length, but at least its creation is a neat story and has stayed in the public consciousness for seven years (hope the "hype" lasts another 93 years).

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