Blockbusters are back baby! Between an early return to Avatar: Path of Water and $1.5 billion Top Shooter: Maverick brought globally, everything old is new again (again) in Hollywood. This could be very good for studios in the coming year, which promises some very long-awaited sequels, hot Willy Wonka, superheroes galore and a few minutes of Tom Cruise running. The list of films released in 2023 is full; these are the 15 we are most excited to see.
Magic Mike’s last dance
Ten years later, one stage musical, a reality show and three films later, Steven Soderbergh’s idea of putting Channing Tatum in a semi-autobiographical stripper drama still seems ridiculous. But it works! And Tatum is ready to put on and take off his torn pants again. Magic MikeIn Part 3, Mike Lane (Tatum) is broke and works as a bartender in Florida, where he meets a socialite (Salma Hayek) who convinces him to do a pelvic spin across a pond, even though her reasons for luring Mike to London are not just for love of proper fucking. gender. That the trailer is standing next to flashdance the amount of water splashed on his dancers promises good results.
Date of issue: February 10
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantum Mania
Ant-Man is not the most profitable series in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but the most delightful for two reasons: Paul. Rudd. The cutest man in Hollywood plays small-time criminal-turned-Avenger Scott Lang, who has a suit that allows him to shrink or grow. It will be useful in quantum maniawhere Lang and his superhero partner Hope Van Dyne/Wasp (Evangeline Lilly) enter the Quantum Realm to fight the time-traveling villain Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors).
Date of issue: February 17
Just when you think rocky the franchise has run its course, this gives you a good reason to keep supporting it. When Creed III, which is centered around Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan), the son of Apollo Creed from the original series (Carl Weathers), is a chance to witness Jordan’s directorial debut. The film again touches on the same themes of Rocky’s tense relationship with Apollo as Adonis is reunited and then goes from glove to glove with Dame Anderson (Jonathan Majors), an old friend who needs to settle scores.