March 2023 will see the latest entry in the Creed film series, a new Ghostface killer, John Wick’s newest mission, a movie based on a game, and more.
Keanu Reeves is set to reprise his role as the formidable hitman, John Wick, in the highly anticipated fourth instalment of the franchise. Despite being retired, Wick finds himself lured back into the perilous world of assassins as he navigates a complex web of deceit and danger.
With each film in the series, the intricate mythology of the “John Wick” universe continues to expand, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the next chapter in this epic saga.
The film continues with the survivors of the latest Ghostface killings from Scream (2022), sisters Samantha and Tara Carpenter and twins Chad and Mindy Meeks, leaving Woodsboro behind and starting a new chapter of their lives in New York City only to again be plagued by a streak of murders by a new Ghostface killer.
David F Sandberg directs the highly anticipated sequel to DC’s funniest superhero blockbuster, “Shazam!” Asher Angel returns as Billy Batson, who can transform into the superheroic demigod, played by Zachary Levi. With Sandberg at the helm, fans can expect another action-packed and entertaining adventure in “Shazam! Fury of the Gods.”
Henk Rogers discovers Tetris in 1988 and then risks everything by travelling to the Soviet Union, where he joins forces with inventor Alexey Pajitnov to bring the game to the masses.
The film stars Adam Driver as an astronaut who crashlands on what seems at first to be a distant planet but turns out to be Earth, 65 million years ago.
He and the crash’s only other survivor (Ariana Greenblatt) have to trek through the primaeval wilderness, but various hungry dinosaurs soon pick up their scent.
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Dungeions and dragons
Dungeons & Dragons, the hugely influential role-playing game, was made into a film in 2000, but that was Dingy & Dragging. Now comes another attempt to turn the game into a swashbuckling fantasy blockbuster, this time starring Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez and Regé-Jean Page as its luckless heroes, and Hugh Grant as its sneering villain.
Murder Mystery 2
Now private detectives launching their own agency, Nick and Audrey Spitz land at the centre of an international investigation when a friend is abducted.
This is the first Creed film to be directed by its star, Michael B Jordan – but the biggest change is that the franchise’s creator, Sylvester Stallone, won’t appear as Rocky Balboa, having fallen out with its producer, Irwin Winkler.
Operation Fortune: Ruse de Guerre
Starring Jason Statham, Aubrey Plaza, Cary Elwes, Eddie Marsan, and Bugzy Malone. Statham plays Orson Fortune, an elite spy who teams up with other operatives to stop the sale of deadly weapons technology by billionaire Greg Simmonds, played by Hugh Grant.
Married couple Maya (Hannah John-Kamen) and Jamie (Douglas Booth) escape from the urban nightmare that London can be at times to the tranquillity of rural Ireland.
Once there they discover that murderous goblins lurk in the ancient wood at the foot of their new garden, and Maya, who is pregnant, is soon targeted by these creatures.
Luther: The Fallen Sun
John Luther, the infamous police detective, returns after a stint in prison to hunt down a wealthy serial killer portrayed by Andy Serkis. With time running out, John must race against a fellow detective (Cynthia Erivo) to apprehend the maniac before it’s too late.
Show creator Neil Cross promises an action-packed and thrilling ride for fans of the series, with new locations and even more elaborate action sequences than ever before.
The latest body-horror chiller from Brandon “son of David” Cronenberg stars Alexander Skarsgård as an author who kills someone in a car crash while he’s on holiday in a tropical resort. The local government sentences him to death – unless, that is, he pays to create a cloned duplicate who will be executed in his place.
A Good Person
Florence Pugh (Braff’s ex-girlfriend) plays Allison, a successful and happily engaged young woman. But after she is in a car accident that kills her prospective sister-in-law, she plunges into alcoholism and substance abuse. Could her salvation be her friendship with Daniel (Morgan Freeman), a widowed Vietnam veteran who would have been her father-in-law?