There will be plenty of movies to see this summer, which is traditionally the peak of blockbuster season, both on streaming and in cinemas. Top Gun: Maverick, Tom Cruise’s return to the sky, will finally hit theatres, along with a slew of new comedies, thrillers, dramas, remakes, Marvel superhero flicks, and, yes, even a film about the “origin story of the person Buzz Lightyear on which the toy is based.” However, we have provided you with the most up-to-date US streaming and theatrical movie date for 2022. Get everything ready to have the time of your life with an amazing set of movie influx this year. Mark your calendars, grab your popcorn, and get your internet connection right especially if you plan to stream these online. If you are facing any internet issues, just call CenturyLink customer service phone number and switch to one of the best ISPs in the country.
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Releasing: June 17th, 2022
Although the Toy Story franchise has come to an end, Pixar claims that there is still a lot more to learn about these characters. Chris Evans, fresh off his Marvel Cinematic Universe role as Captain America, will play the real Buzz Lightyear, the astronaut who inspired the action figure spoken by Tim Allen, in a prequel that will look at how he became so famous that he was turned into a toy.
Thor: Love & Thunder
Releasing: July 8th, 2022
After Doctor Strange: Multiverse Madness, the highly anticipated sequel to Thor: Ragnarok, which reinvented the character to a completely different level, is set to be Marvel’s second release of the year. Jane Foster, played by Natalie Portman, will be returning to the film series, and based on what we have seen inside the trailers, she will be grabbing Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer. Thor will band up with the Guardians of the Galaxy to take against Christian Bale’s Gorr the God Butcher, and Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie will return.
Where the Crawdads Sing
Releasing: July 15th, 2022
In her adaptation of Delia Owens’ book set in the remote marshes of North Carolina, Olivia Newman makes her feature directorial debut. The plot follows an infant girl through her youth, adolescence in a remote cabin, and the ongoing investigation into the murder of a local football player. Reese Witherspoon stars in the movie. Daisy Edgar-Jones stars in the film, which is produced by Hello, Sunshine, and Sony’s 3000 Pictures.
The Gray Man
Releasing: July 22nd, 2022
The Gray Man stars Ryan Gosling as Court Gentry alias Sierra Six, a highly trained CIA black ops agent, and is based on the best-selling series of books by Mark Greaney. When the character Lloyd Hanson (Chris Evans), an ex-colleague with schizophrenia, discovers some embarrassing information, Hanson places a bounty on his head and launches an international quest led by international assassins. The Gray Man, which will be released in theatres and directed by the Russo brothers, is likely to be Netflix’s most important summer feature.
Releasing: July 29th, 2022
The film is based on Kotaro Isaka’s original Japanese story Maria Beetle. Bullet Train follows a group of assassins aboard a high-speed Tokyo train as they discover that their missions are interconnected. There isn’t much peace aboard the train in this thriller from John Wick and David Leitch, who also directed Deadpool 2. Michael Shannon, Logan Lerman, Aaron Taylor Johnson, Zazie Beetz, Joey King, Brian Tyree Henry, Masi Oka, Andrew Koji, Sandra Bullock, and Bad Bunny are among the ensemble cast members. The response to the Premiere Bullet Time clip was largely enthusiastic at first. We are crossing our fingers for a new visceral actioner from the director.
Three Thousand Years of Longing
Releasing: August 31st, 2022
Any new picture from master craftsman George Miller is cause for celebration, and this time the director is following up on Mad Max: Fury Road, possibly his masterpiece. Although Three Thousand Years of Longing is supposedly on a lesser scale, George Miller manages to make a story set in a hotel room gigantic. Swinton portrays a narrator at a storytelling convention in Istanbul. She picks up a blue bottle at a bazaar that turns out to be a Djinn (Idris Elba’s best performance to date). He wants her to make three wishes for him to be set free; she is hesitant since she knows what happens when you wish. He explains to her his life journey, dragging the audience back in time. It is magnificent, romantic, and strange all at the same time.
Don’t Worry Darling
Releasing: September 23rd, 2022
Olivia Wilde follows up her critically acclaimed debut film Booksmart with this period thriller about a 1950s housewife (Florence Pugh) who begins to suspect that the idyllic suburban lifestyle her husband’s mysterious job provides her — as well as her husband’s mysterious job itself — may conceal a dark truth.
These are some of the most anticipated films of 2022. The list covers almost every genre, from action-packed to animated Toy Story. Hope you are as excited as we are this year!
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