The Most-Anticipated Movies of 2024

If superheroes and comic book movies are your choice or like, there’s plenty of choices, from “Madame Web” and “Deadpool 3” to “Venom 3” and “The Karate Kid.”

Mean Girls (Jan. 12)

Tina Fey is back for this iteration; a Gen Z take on the high school movie classic starring original Broadway star Renee Angourie Rice and Jon Hamm. Directed by Samantha Jayne and Arturo Perez Jr.

Argylle (Feb. 2)

Matthew Vaughn is writing real-life events into her beloved books series. Sam Rockwell, Henry Cavill and Bryan Cranston also star, alongside pop star Dua Lipa.

Bob Marley: One Love (Feb. 14)

This biopic stars Kingsley Ben-Adir as the iconic reggae artist. It covers his life and music, from the beginning of his career to a 1976 shooting at his home and his death in 1981 at just 36 years old.

Kung Fu Panda 4 (March 4)

The fourth instalment of the beloved DreamWorks franchise, “Kung Fu Panda 4” sees panda Po being told by Master Shifu that he will no longer be the Dragon Warrior, but instead become Spiritual Leader of the Valley of Peace. 

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire (March 29)

The sequel to 2021’s “Ghostbusters: Afterlife,” “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire” follows the Spengler family leaving Oklahoma and going to the original New York fire station of the original 1984 “Ghostbusters” film.

Mickey 17 (March 29)

Robert Pattinson stars as space traveller Mickey 17 in Bong Joon-ho’s sci fi thriller. Mickey, a “disposable” employee, is sent on a deadly mission to colonize the ice world Niflheim. Mark Ruffalo and Toni Collette co-star.

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (April 12)

Godzilla and King Kong are no longer opponents, but instead allies in “Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire.” The film is following the two iconic characters banding together to face off against a new threat.

Civil War (April 26)

Directed and written by Alex Garland, this apocalyptic action film depicts a United States in the midst of conflict, with 19 states having seceded and the U.S. government facing off against a Texan and Californian army called the Western Forces.

Challengers (April 26)

Directed by Luca Guadignino, “Challengers” is a steamy romantic comedy sports drama starring Zendaya as Tashi, a tennis coach who has trained her husband, Art Donaldson, to tennis stardom.

The Fall Guy (May 3)

“Barbie” star Ryan Gosling returns in an action-comedy film adaptation of the 1980s series “The Fall Guy.” The film follows stuntman Colt Seavers as he works on a film directed by his ex-girlfriend, Jody Moreno.

Back to Black (May 10)

Marisa Abela of “Industry” stars as the late sultry singer Amy Winehouse in a biopic directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson. Told from the singer’s point of view, the film looks at her rise to fame, troubled life and the release of the “Back to Black” album. 

IF (May 17)

Written and directed by John Krasinski, comedy film “IF” stars Krasinski, Ryan Reynolds and Phoebe Waller-Bridge in this tale that asks: what if your imaginary friends weren’t imaginary? One young girl will find out the answer to that question.

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga (May 24)

George Miller’s “Mad Max” franchise continues with “Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga,” in which Anya Taylor-Joy stars as young Imperator Furiosa. Furiosa is thrown into a Biker Horde led by Warlord Dementus and must find her way back home.

Ballerina (June 7)

The “John Wick” spinoff will follow Ana de Armas as an assassin trained in the traditions of the Ruska Roma. Keanu Reeves will reprise his role as John Wick in the spinoff action film, joined by Anjelica Huston, Gabriel Byrne, the late Lance Reddick, Catalina Sandino Moreno, Norman Reedus and Ian McShane.

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