Most Anticipated Movies of 2024 – We Can’t Wait for These Films This Year!

TOP TEN – 2024 promises to be an exciting year for moviegoers, with releases ranging from ‘Dune: Part Two’ to ‘Deadpool 3’. A number of highly anticipated films, including titles such as ‘Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga’ and ‘Gladiator 2’, are expected to be among the biggest cinematic events of the year. The selection of films covers a wide range of genres, so there is something for every movie lover. The films of the year promise to be promising works that can bring new highlights to the film world.



Despite a six-month strike in the film industry in 2023, several successful films were released, such as “Super Mario Bros. Movie,” “Fast X,” and “Barbenheimer,” all of which achieved great success at the box office. However, the long-term effects of the Hollywood strikes are not expected to be felt until 2024 or later, as the films released in 2023 were completed before the strikes. Therefore, future gaps are expected in films that were not completed during the strike. Many films originally scheduled for 2023, including ‘Dune: Part Two,” have been delayed. The year also promises more exciting films, including a production starring Zendaya. This year’s films include fewer Marvel Cinematic Universe films, but offer many other interesting productions.



  1. Madame Web


The cast of ‘Madame Web’ almost sounds like the setup of a joke: Dakota Johnson, Sydney Sweeney, Emma Roberts, Adam Scott and Zosia Mamet step into a (very loosely) spider-verse movie… Despite the memes, this is no joke. Based on one of Marvel’s, ahem, more unusual characters, “Madame Web” tells the story of a New York paramedic (Johnson) who discovers she is a psychic. With less multiverse and more street level than most recent Marvel stuff, ‘Madame Web’ may seem slow, but is likely setting up big things.

Release Date: Feb. 14



  1. Alien: Romulus


In our opinion, ‘Alien’ movies without Sigourney Weaver just aren’t as good. But this ‘Alien’ movie is being made by Fede Alvarez, who, as the director of the ‘Evil Dead’ remake, knows how to handle a well-established franchise. Given Alvarez’s background in horror, this movie will likely be scarier and less convoluted than the franchise’s recent films.

Release Date: August 16



  1. Nosferatu


Directed by Robert Eggers (‘The Witch’), this movie is a bit of a dark horse. It’s the second remake of F. W. Murnau’s 1922 silent film of the same name. (The first was Werner Herzog’s “Nosferatu the Vampyre.”) Adapting a version of Bram Stoker’s “Dracula,” Eggers’ film is eerie and menacing, black and white, like Eggers’ “The Lighthouse,” but there were vague rumors earlier this year that a test screening didn’t go well. No matter. Eggers knows horror, and a classic remake seems like a good choice for him.

Release date: December 25th



  1. The Fall Guy


Ryan Gosling plays a stuntman trying to impress his director, played by Emily Blunt. The chemistry is already visible in the trailer and this comes from David Leitch, a former stuntman who helped launch ‘John Wick’ and directed Charlize Theron in ‘Atomic Blonde’ and ‘Bullet Train’. Looks like it will be fun.

Release date: May 3



  1. Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga


This prequel to ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ takes us back to the younger years of one of Charlize Theron’s iconic characters, Furiosa. In this movie, Anya Taylor-Joy is shaping the character, while the story is still coming from the creative mind of George Miller. Expectations are high. To add to the excitement, Chris Hemsworth is also starring in the movie, which only adds to the anticipation.

Release date: May 24th



  1. Gladiator 2


How often do men talk about the Roman Empire? Probably a lot more this November when Ridley Scott releases the popular sequel to ‘Gladiator’, this time starring Denzel Washington and Pedro Pascal. “Aren’t you entertained?! Isn’t that why you’re here?!” (Sorry. Had to.)

Release date: November 22nd



  1. Ballerinas


Remember the dancers who made a brief appearance in ‘John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum’? Well, they are the focus of a new movie starring Ana de Armas as a vengeful assassin on a quest to find those who killed her family. This movie blends elements of ‘Black Widow’ and ‘Red Sparrow’ while fully embracing the John Wick mythology – and spicing up the action scenes with some lesbian overtones.

Release Date: June 7th



  1. Deadpool 3


With ‘Captain America: New World” and “Lightning Strikes” both moving to 2025, the Marvel Cinematic Universe lineup is a little thinner. But there’s still the third Deadpool movie, which is also the first Deadpool movie to be part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as it’s the first such movie after the merger of Disney and Fox, which previously held the rights to Deadpool. If you’re worried that the Disney-made movie will lack the spice of previous Deadpool installments, don’t be. A few months ago, director Shawn Levy assured us that his movie will still be rated R. He also didn’t deny that there will be a cameo from Taylor Swift, so that’s something to keep an eye out for.

Release date: July 26th



  1. Borderlands


The latest creation from director Eli Roth, this adaptation of the long-running Borderlands video game series stars Cate Blanchett, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Jamie Lee Curtis, Gina Gershon, Bobby Lee, Edgar Ramirez and a host of other actors, all of whom are searching for a relic on Pandora. No doubt this movie will be quite bizarre, but somehow it seems to be one of the most exciting.

Release date: August 9th



  1. Dune: Part Two


This movie was actually on our list of most anticipated movies of 2023, but its U.S. release date was pushed back from November to March 2024 due to the Hollywood labor strikes. Well, we’re still very much looking forward to it, and what we said last year still stands: When Denis Villeneuve released ‘Dune’ in 2021, he accomplished what neither Alejandro Jodorowsky nor David Lynch could – a successful adaptation of Frank Herbert’s legendary sci-fi series. Dune: Part Two’ is the conclusion of that story. You know, the one about the young hero who discovers in the far reaches of space that he is destined for greatness. No, not that one, but close.

Release Date: March 1

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