In the Fall and Winter of 2022, a mixture of blockbuster films and the more modest dramatic fare will be released.
The Woman King's trailer suggests that the action-packed film will adopt The Northman's irreverent approach to epic historical narrative and give the genre's formula a long-overdue diversified makeover.
The September release of Don't Worry, Darling, which tells the story of a post-war housewife whose seemingly ideal situation is not as perfect as it looks, should deliver a thrilling experience for fans of star-studded psychological thriller films.
When Triangle of Sadness debuts in early October, audiences can anticipate caustic humour and masterfully crafted pandemonium.
Black Adam promises to give Dwayne Johnson his first nasty character in a long time, and as a result, it promises to be a treat.
In The Banshees of Inisheer, the celebrated writer-director will return to the rich territory of rural Irish black comedies with a bizarre tale about a dispute between two small-town residents.
After T'Challa's death, Lupita Nyong'o and Letitia Wright lead an excellent ensemble in an action-packed sequel in which the country of Wakanda defends its independence.
In The Menu's macabre, darkly funny psychological thriller, blood and bone broth will fly.
Based on the same-titled novel by Miriam Toews, Women Talking appears to be a blistering, necessary examination of patriarchy, religion, and the extent and bounds of systematic oppression.