The Most-Anticipated Movies Coming To The Big Screen In 2024

Bad Boys 4 (June 14)

Will Smith and Martin Lawrence will reunite for the fourth instalment in the action series. “Bad Boys for Life” directors Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah are returning for the fourth film, with Chris Bremner penning the script.

 Inside Out 2 (June 14)

Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith and Lewis Black will reprise their roles Joy, Sadness and Anger, respectively, while Tony Hale and Liza Lapira will take over the roles of Fear and Disgust for Bill Hader and Mindy Kaling.

The Bikeriders (June 21)

Inspired by Danny Lyon’s book of photography. Austin Butler and Jodie Comer play a married couple involved in the Vandals, with Tom Hardy portraying the biker gang’s hot-blooded leader.

A Quiet Place: Day One (June 28)

The prequel to the 2018 post-apocalyptic thriller will depict the origins of the world we meet the Abbott family in, where people must stay silent to hide from creatures who hunt for prey using sound.

Horizon: An American Saga (June 28 and Aug. 16)

Directed, produced and co-written by star Kevin Costner, “Horizon: An American Saga” is a Western that follows the expansion of the American West during the time periods before and after the Civil War. It will be released in two parts, the first in June and the second in August.

Despicable Me 4 (July 3)

Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Pierre Coffin, Miranda Cosgrove and Steve Coogan will all be returning for the franchise’s latest chapter. Chris Renaud, the director of the first two “Despicable Me” movies, is returning for the fourth film.

Twisters (July 19)

The film follows the 1996 disaster epic “Twister,” which starred Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton, Cary Elwes and Philip Seymour Hoffman as scientists trying to conquer the most powerful tornado in decades. It will be directed by Lee Isaac Chung.

Kraven the Hunter (Aug. 30)

J.C. Chandor directs Aaron Taylor-Johnson as Russian immigrant Sergei Kravinoff. “Kraven the Hunter” is based on the Marvel comic character of the same name. Other cast members include Russell Crowe, Ariana DeBose and Christopher Abbott.

Beetlejuice 2 (Sept. 6)

Tim Burton returns to direct the follow up to his 1987 cult classic “Beetlejuice,” with Michael Keaton reprising his role as the eccentric ghost. Winona Ryder and Catherine O’Hara also return, with Jenna Ortega joining the cast as a new face in the franchise.

Terrifier 3 (Oct. 25)

This time in a holiday-themed instalment of the “Terrifier” slasher horror comedy franchise. David Howard Horton plays the creepy clown and Samantha Scaffidi plays returning character Victoria Heyes.

Venom 3 (Nov. 8)

Tom Hardy will return to screens as Eddie Brock/Venom in the third instalment of DC’s “Venom” franchise. Having written and produced the first two films, Kelly Marcel is behind the camera this time around as director.

Gladiator 2 (Nov. 22)

Ridley Scott returns to direct the much-anticipated follow up to his 2000 Best Picture winner “Gladiator.” The rest of the cast includes Denzel Washington, Pedro Pascal, Connie Nielsen, Derek Jacobi and Joseph Quinn, among others.

The Karate Kid (Dec. 13)

As the stars of separate “Karate Kid” films, Jackie Chan and Ralph Macchio will come together for the franchise’s newest instalment. Macchio will return as Daniel LaRusso. Plot details have been kept under wraps.

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