Cinema: These 15 Most Anticipated Movies of 2023

The 7th has surprises waiting for us in 2023 to delight art lovers. Here are fifteen movies you absolutely must see at the cinema in a few weeks.

Babylon, Damien Chazelle (January 18, 2023)

Camp by Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Diego Calva, the best director Oscar in 2017 for “La La Land”, Damien Chazelle’s new film tells the story of the emergence of Hollywood in Los Angeles in the 1920s. parties , through the rise and fall of several whimsical characters. A period described as “a period of endless decline and corruption”. Jovan Adepo, Lee Jun Lee and Jean Smart round out the cast.

Asterix and Obelix: Middle Empire by and with Guillaume Canet (February 1, 2023)

In this new work based on the original script for the first time, the inseparable Gauls, Asterix (Guillaume Canet) and Obelix (Gilles Lellouche) leave their village to come to the aid of Princess Fu-Yi (Julie Chen). rescue his mother, the Chinese Emperor, who has been imprisoned by the traitor prince Deng Tsin Quin (Bun Hay Mean). Vincent Cassel (César), Marion Cotillard (Cléopâtre), Jonathan Cohen (Graindemaïs), José Garcia (Biopix), Ramzy Bedia (Epidemaïs), Jérôme Commandeur (Abraracourcix), Philippe Katerine (Assurancetouriks (Assurancetouriks) or Virus Ibranix) From the Game.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania by Peyton Reed (February 15, 2023)

Marvel fans will be reunited with superheroes and partners Scott Lang and Hope Van Dyne, aka Ant-Man and Wasp, in the third chapter of the Ant-Man saga, which will mark Kang the Conqueror’s screen debut. The presence of this new super villain of the Marvel universe and a worthy successor to the formidable Thanos the Titan promises to advance the main plot of Phase 4 of the MCU.

The Fablemen, Steven Spielberg (February 22, 2023)

The father of “ET” and “Jaws” stars Gabriel LaBelle, Michelle Williams, Paul Dano and Seth Rogen in the semi-autobiographical film. We follow the path of Sammy, a young artist with a passion for the 7th art, who will try to establish himself between family conflict, film discovery and anti-Semitism. At almost 76 years old, the director, inspired by his own childhood in Arizona, presents like never before.

Empire of Light, Sam Mendes (March 1, 2023)

The one we owe to “American Beauty”, “Skyfall” and “1917”, the actress returns to the cinema with “Empire of Light”, starring Olivia Colman. She plays Hilary, a cinema director on the south coast of England in the 1980s, who suffers from bipolar disorder and falls in love with a young black man. A disturbing romance, racism is never far away.

Creed III by and featuring Michael B. Jordan (March 1, 2023)

Without Rocky Balboa (Sylvester Stallone), who officially retired at the end of Creed II, Adonis Creed finds his childhood friend Damian Anderson, played by Jonathan Majors (future supervillain Kang in the next Avengers film), in this new installment. , editor’s note). The latter is released from prison and resumes boxing training. Filled with rage, he will challenge Adonis from whom he wants to take everything from him. Lead actor Michael B. Jordan took over the directorial reins after Ryan Coogler and Steven Caple Jr.

“The Son” by Florian Zeller (March 1, 2023)

In 2021, French playwright Florian Zeller, after winning two Oscars for his first feature film “Father” with Anthony Hopkins, is adapting his other plays “Son”, “Son” into the original version. An elderly teenager in the middle of a crisis, played by Laura Dern and Hugh Jackman, and his completely poor parents. A very personal feature film that humbly evokes mental illness.

“John Wick: Chapter 4” by Chad Stahelski (March 22, 2023)

In the third part, “Parabellum”, released three years ago, John Wick exposed the secrets of the criminal organization of the High Table and prepared for a merciless war against its members. But in John Wick: Chapter 4, the hero played by Keanu Reeves will have to “face a new enemy who has built strong alliances around the world and turned his old friends into enemies.”

The Three Musketeers by Martin Bourboulon (April 5/December 13, 2023)

The new cinematic adventures of D’Artagnan, Athos, Porthos and Aramis will be split into two parts: “D’Artagnan” in April 2023, followed by “Milady” in December. “From the Louvre to Buckingham Palace, from the slums of Paris to the siege of La Rochelle… in a Kingdom torn by religious wars and threatened by invasion by England, a handful of men and women will cross their swords and make their fate the fate of France,” the synopsis promises. Over €70 million blockbuster with François Civil, Romain Duris, Pio Marmaï, Eva Green, Vicky Krieps and Louis Garrel.

The Little Mermaid by Rob Marshall (May 24, 2023)

There was talk of a live-action adaptation of the popular cartoon before it even aired. Disney’s choice to hire African-American actress and singer Halle Bailey to play the heroine has indeed shocked some conservative netizens. Directed by Rob Marshall (Chicago, Mary Poppins Returns), this feature film will return to the fate of King Triton’s youngest daughter, who falls under the spell of Prince Eric.

Indiana Jones and the Bell of Destiny by James Mangold (June 28, 2023)

For the fifth and final time, 80-year-old Harrison Ford will play (and accidentally rejuvenate) an archeologist on the big screen with a hat on his head and a lasso in his hand. “Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny” will open with a flashback set in 1944 between the events of “The Last Crusade” (1989) and “Kingdom of the Crystal Skull” (2008) before returning to 1969. the rest of the plot will take place. The star bill will be shared with actress Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who will play Indy’s goddaughter Helena, Mads Mikkelsen, Boyd Holbrookmais and Antonio Banderas.

Oppenheimer by Christopher Nolan (July 19, 2023)

In Christopher Nolan’s (Inception, Interstellar) new feature film, the magnetic and enigmatic actor Cillian Murphy (Peaky Blinders) stars as J. Robert Oppenheimer, the father of the atomic bomb responsible for the Manhattan Project. Second world war. Rounding out the biopic’s five-star cast are Emily Blunt, Robert Downey Jr., Matt Damon, Rami Malek, Benny Safdie, Florence Pugh, Josh Hartnett and Kenneth Branagh.

“Barbie”, Greta Gerwig (July 19, 2023)

If the secret remains in the script of this film co-written by Noah Baumbach (“Marriage Story”), fans of Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling already know that the two actors will play the lead roles and jump into the skin of the mythical film. Mattel, Barbie and Ken dolls. And it looks like this perfectly fit couple is being dragged into the real world.

Dune: Part Two, Denis Villeneuve (November 1, 2023)

Still directed by Denis Villeneuve and two years after the release of the successful first part, “Dune: Part Two” will focus on the second part of Frank Herbert’s novel and will once again bring together actors Timothée Chalamet (Paul Atréides), Rebecca Ferguson. (Lady Jessica Atreides), Zendaya (Chani) and Javier Bardem (Stilgar).

“Wonka” by Paul King (December 13, 2023)

In this prequel to Paul King’s (Paddington) Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Timothée Chalamet replaces Johnny Depp as a young Willy Wonka, the inventor born from the imagination of author Roald Dahl who would become the famous Mozart of Chocolate.

The “Call Me By Your Name” and “Dune” actor will also have to show off his talents as a singer and dancer as the musical scenes have already been announced.

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