Autumn is fast approaching and theaters are picking up their pace, at least for now. With the delta A menacing variant that lurks on everyone’s shoulders, this might be the best time to go out and see movies while it’s still possible. And there are quite a few exciting releases set to hit the big screen before the end of this long and eventful year. Be sure to mark your calendars and reserve your tickets for some of the most eye-catching ones.
Dear Evan Hansen, September 24
Musicals are always a great choice to see in theaters simply for audio enhancement. While this film adaptation of the Broadway musical is pretty mixed Comments, with many disputing Ben Platt’s portrayal of a high school student, almost 30, in particular, there’s no better place to make up your own mind than a trip to the movies.
Venom: let there be carnage, October 1st
Venom was surprising mainly due to the fact that this was a Sony-led Marvel project that wasn’t a complete disaster. Adding a bigger Woody Harrelson into the mix for this Tom Hardy-led affair seems to make the sequel even more exciting than the first. Whether it starts to measure up to the MCU or not, it should at the very least be a solid fall blockbuster that Sony can add to its credit.
No time to die, October 8
What better way to see Daniel Craig’s fifth and final James Bond release than on the big screen surrounded by fans of the series? In addition to the many retaliations, there’s no way Rami Malek as Bond’s villain wasn’t a blast.
The last duel, October 15
Based on the book of the same name by Eric Jager, this film adaptation largely seemed to go unnoticed. That is, until everyone knows who is involved. A Ridley Scott historical drama with a cast that includes Matt Damon, Adam Driver and Ben Affleck? Yeah, that should be fun.
Eternals, November 5
Shang-Chi The new proven origin films in the MCU still have a lot to say and in ways that fans have yet to see. Eternals seeks not only to continue this trend, but also to be much bigger in everything from plot to casting – seriously, just look at the names listed. This is definitely a Marvel entry meant to be seen in a theater.
West Side Story, December 10
Directed and co-produced by Steven Spielberg, this will be the second feature film adaptation of the Broadway musical. Aside from the director, he will also star the charming duo of Ansel Egort and Rachel Zegler, this is her first onscreen role after going viral on Twitter and YouTube and landing the role on Spielberg’s casting call.
Spider-Man: No Path Home, December 17
I’ve already said enough a. Just be there on opening night.
Matrix resurrections, December 22
The fourth installment of The matrix series, and the first since 2003, fans should be excited to see the return of Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss and Jada Pinkett Smith. The only confusion comes from the fact that no one seems to know exactly what this entry in the series is, which currently appears to be an odd one. mixed a remake and a sequel. Either way, it will be interesting to see how it all plays out when it releases for the Christmas season.
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