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Every Movie Releasing In 2022
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Last Updated: November 27, 2021

Here’s every movie scheduled to be released in 2022. Studios are well-accustomed to claiming release dates for their biggest films years in advance by now, long before they have an official title, cast, and/or crew. But, with the coronavirus pandemic throwing a massive wrench in the gears of the industry, power players like Disney and Warner Bros. have been forced to scrap their carefully-laid plans for 2021 in order to make room for all the movies delayed from 2020. And, with productions previously shut down for months during the ongoing pandemic, a lot of the films previously slated for 2021 are going to have to move back to at least a year (some into 2023).

Several movies were postponed from 2021 to 2022 due to COVID-19. For example, Disney and Marvel Studios changed the entire Phase 4 slate multiple times after Black Widow was delayed from its original release date in May 2020. This created a ripple effect that affected nearly every upcoming Marvel Studios production, including some of the Disney+ shows. Similarly, a certain Keanu Reeves-led sequel abandoned 2021 altogether after the shutdown in production on The Matrix 4 made it impossible for the star to move swiftly from one project to the next as planned.

Thanks to the various delays to 2021 titles and the movies previously set to arrive in 2022, Hollywood’s release calendar is jam-packed with 2022 titles. While more changes could come at any second, now’s as good a time as any to examine what the 2022 Movie Release Date Calendar looks like so far. For the purposes of this run-down, we will focus on the schedule that either have an official title already or we actually know something concrete about (that is, something firmer than “Untitled Disney Live-Action Movie”, for example).

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The 355 (January 7) – Directed by Simon Kinberg from a screenplay by him and Theresa Rebeck, The 355 is an agent-spy movie starring Jessica Chastain, Lupita Nyong’o, Penélope Cruz, Diane Kruger, Fan Bingbing, Sebastian Stan, and Édgar Ramírez.

Sesame Street (January 14) – Anne Hathaway stars in this musical comedy adventure based on the beloved children’s educational program, with Inside’s Bo Burnham providing the songs. This is the third Sesame Street movie after Follow That Bird and The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland.

Deep Water (January 14) – A married couple’s mind games get into dangerous territory when people start dying. The thriller directed by Adrian Lyne stars Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas.

Scream (January 14) – Scream (not to be confused by the ’90s film of the same name) is the fifth in the horror franchise and is being described as a relaunch. The slasher film will see the return of Neve Campbell, Courteney Cox, David Arquette, Roger L. Jackson, and Marley Shelton, with new faces to the franchise set to star, including The Boys’ Jack Quaid and In the Heights’ Melissa Barrera.

Hotel Transylvania: Transformia (January 14) – The fourth installment of Sony’s Hotel Transylvania franchise is directed by Jennifer Kluska and Derek Drymon. The sequel’s story revolves around its various monster characters transforming into humans, with Selena Gomez, Andy Samberg, Kathryn Hahn, Steve Buscemi, David Spade, and Keegan-Michael Key returning to their roles. Brian Hull replaces Adam Sandler as the voice of Dracula, though.

The Tragedy of Macbeth (January 14)– A new reimagining of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth play directed by Joel Coen, one half of the Coen Brothers. The Apple TV+ original movie stars Denzel Washington as Lord Macbeth and Frances McDormand as Lady Macbeth, with Brendan Gleeson, Corey Hawkins, and Harry Melling in supporting roles.

The Tender Bar (January 17) – Directed by George Clooney, the film follows a young man played by Tye Sheridan seeking a father figure at his uncle’s bar. The rest of the cast includes Ben Affleck as the uncle, Christopher Lloyd as a grandpa, and Lily Rabe as the mom.

Cyrano (January 21) – Director Joe Wright adapts another famous play, Cyrano de Bergerac, in a romantic musical about Cyrano’s quest to find love with his friend Roxanne. It stars Peter Dinklage as Cyrano, Hayley Bennet as Roxanne, Kelvin Harrion Jr. as Christian, and Ben Mendelsohn as De Guiche.

The King’s Daughter (January 21) – A king played by Pierce Brosnan searches for immortality by stealing the life force of a mermaid, played by Bingbing Fan. The film also stars Kaya Scodelario as the king’s daughter, William Hurt, Pablo Schreiber, and Julie Andrews.

Operation Fortune: Ruse de guerre (January 21) – The new film from director Guy Ritchie stars Jason Statham as an MI6 agent who recruits a top Hollywood actor to help prevent the sale of a deadly weapon. The cast includes Hugh Grant, Cary Elwes, Aubrey Plaza, and Josh Hartnett.

Redeeming Love (January 22) – Based on the acclaimed romance novel by Francine Rivers, the movie follows the story of a young girl sold into prostitution and her journey to find true love. It stars Abigail Cowen and Tom Lewis with Famke Jansen, Logan Marshall-Green, and Nina Dobrev in supporting roles.

Morbius (January 28) – Starring Jared Leto in the titular role, this Sony film, which follows Marvel’s living vampire, is set in the same universe as Venom and the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Spider-Man films. Directed by Daniel Espinosa, the film also stars Matt Smith, Adria Arjona, Jared Harris, Al Madrigal, and Tyrese Gibson.

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You Won’t Be Alone (January 28) – A supernatural horror movie set in 1800s isolated Macedonian mountain village directed by Goran Stolevski and starring Noomi Rapace.

Moonfall (February 4) – The latest sci-fi blockbuster from director Roland Emmerich, Moonfall follows a mission to save Earth from the moon crashing into it. It stars Halle Berry as Jo Fowler and also includes Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Michael Peña, Donald Sutherland, and Charlie Plummer.

The Black Phone (February 4) – Based on the short story by Joe Hill, Doctor Strange director Scott Derrickson and writer C. Robert Cargill deliver a new terrifying tale. The movie follows a 13-year-old boy who is abducted by a child killer, played by Ethan Hawke, who begins to talk to previous victims through a phone.

Jackass Forever (February 4) – The Jackass crew returns eleven years after their last adventure for more hijinx, led by Johnny Knoxville. Most of the previous Jackass members return, including Steve-O and Wee Man, and it includes cameos from a variety of other thrill-seeking celebrities from Tyler the Creator to Rob Dyrdek to Tony Hawk.

Marry Me (February 11) – Starring Jennifer Lopez and Owen Wilson, the film follows a pop star who discovers she’s been cheated on during her wedding and opts to marry a random guy in the crowd at Madison Square Garden.

Death on the Nile (February 11) – An adaptation of Agatha Christie’s novel. Kenneth Branagh returns to direct and star as Detective Hercule Poirot, with Gal Gadot, Annette Bening, Russell Brand, Ali Fazal, Rose Leslie, and more also appearing.

I Want You Back (February 11) – The upcoming Amazon Prime Video rom-com stars Jenny Slate and Charlie Day as newly-single 30-somethings who team up to destroy their exes’ new relationships. It also features Scott Eastwood, Isabel May, Gina Rodriguez, Jami Gertz, Manny Jacinto, and Mason Gooding.

Uncharted (February 18) – The highly-anticipated Tom Holland movie tells the origin story of video game character Nathan Drake. Uncharted also stars Mark Wahlberg, Ruben Fleischer, Art Marcum, Antonio Banderas, Avi Arad, Charles Roven, Matt Holloway, Alex Gartner, and Tati Gabrielle.

Dog (February 18) – Channing Tatum stars in and co-directs Dog, a movie about a man and a dog traveling across the country to attend the funeral of their best friend and former handler.

Sneakerella (February 18) – A Disney+ original movie with a modern twist on the classic Cinderella tale starring Chosen Jacobs.

Ambulance (February 18) – A crime thriller about two thieves who plan a heist to pay for their mom’s healthcare bill. Stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, and Eiza Gonzalez, and is directed by Michael Bay.

The Outfit (February 25) – A crime drama starring Mark Rylance as an English tailor named Leonard who designs suits for Chicago’s biggest gangsters. It also stars Dylan O’Brien and Zoey Deutch.

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The Devil’s Light (February 25) – Follows a nun who prepares to perform an exorcism and encounters a demon force from her past. It stars Virginia Madsen and Jacqueline Myers.

The Batman (March 4) – From director Matt Reeves comes Year One of the Dark Knight’s story. Robert Pattinson takes up the mantle of Batman, with Zoe Kravitz cast as Catwoman, and co-starring Paul Dano as Riddler, Jeffrey Wright as Jim Gordon, Andy Serkis as Alfred Pennyworth, and Colin Farrell as Penguin, and more.

Tyson’s Run (March 4) – An unathletic boy with autism attempts to win a marathon with the help of his father, played by Barkhad Abdi. The movie also stars Amy Smart and Major Dodson.

Turning Red (March 11) – A Pixar animated movie about an adolescent girl who turns into a red panda whenever she gets too excited. The voice cast includes Rosalie Chiang, Sandra Oh, James Hong, Maitreyi Ramakrishnan, and Jordan Fisher.

The Unbreakable Boy (March 18) – The inspirational story of a young boy with autism and a rare brittle-bone disease whose positive attitude impacts those around him. Stars Zachary Levi, Jacob Laval, Patricia Heaton, and Meghann Fahy.

The Contractor (March 18) – Directed by Tarik Saleh, the movie follows a discharged Special Forces soldier played by Chris Pine as he fights to make it home during a dangerous mission as a contractor. The cast also includes Ben Foster, Gillian Jacobs, Kiefer Sutherland, and Florian Munteanu.

Downton Abbey: A New Era (March 18) – The sequel to 2019’s Downton Abbey was written by original series creator Julian Fellowes. It includes returning cast members like Hugh Bonneville, Samantha Bond, Laura Carmichael, and Jim Carter.

The Lost City of D (March 25) – Starring Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum, the film follows a romance novelist on a book tour with her cover model that ultimately lands them in a jungle.

Cheaper by the Dozen (March TBD) – A Disney+ original movie reimagining the Cheaper by the Dozen franchise with Gabrielle Union and Zach Braff as the parents of a multiracial family.

Easter Sunday (April 1) – A comedy starring Ko Joy as a fictionalized version of himself as he attends an Easter Sunday family event.

Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (April 8) – The sequel to the wildly successful Sonic the Hedgehog. Jeff Fowler returns as the film’s director. Ben Schwartz returns as the voice of Sonic, while Idris Elba joins the franchise to voice Knuckles. James Marsden, Tika Sumpter, and Jim Carrey also return as live-action characters.

Bullet Train (April 8) – A new action movie from Atomic Blonde’s David Leitch starring Brad Pitt as one of five assassins aboard a train all hired to kill the same target. The movie features a massive cast that includes Joey King, Andrew Koji, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brian Tyree Henry, Zazie Beetz, Michael Shannon, Logan Lerman, Sandra Bullock, and more.

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Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore (April 15) – The film, set in the Harry Potter world, takes place years after The Crimes of Grindelwald. Eddie Redmayne and Katherine Waterston are set to return, with Mads Mikkelsen replacing Johnny Depp in the role of Grindelwald.

The Bad Guys (April 22) – An animated comedy following animals Mr. Wolf, Mr. Snake, and more as they change from being bad guys to good ones.

The Northman (April 22) – Directed by The Lighthouse’s Robert Eggers, the movie follows a Viking prince’s quest for revenge after the murder of his father. The cast includes Alexander Skarsgård, Anya Taylor-Joy, Willem Dafoe, Nicole Kidman, and Ethan Hawke.

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (April 22) – Nicolas Cage stars as himself as he attends a billionaire’s kid’s birthday party as a CIA informant before getting cast in a Quentin Tarantino movie.

Thirteen Lives (April 22) – The true story adaptation of the rescue mission to save a young soccer team and their coach in Thailand. Directed by Ron Howard and stars Colin Farrell, Joel Edgerton, and Viggo Mortensen.

65 (April 29) – The directorial debut for A Quiet Place writers Scott Beck and Ryan Woods, the movie is an original sci-fi thriller starring Adam Driver, Chloe Coleman, and Ariana Greenblatt.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (May 6) – This MCU sequel once again stars Benedict Cumberbatch as surgeon-turned sorcerer Stephen Strange, along with Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff aka. Scarlet Witch. Sam Raimi directs in his MCU debut.

Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris (May 6) – Based on Paul Gallico’s novel, Lesley Manville stars as a cleaning lady who risks everything to acquire an expensive dress.

DC Super Pets (May 20) – This DC animated feature revolves around the adventures of the pets of DC’s greatest superheroes; including, Superman’s dog Krypto, Wonder Woman’s kangaroo Jumpa, and Batman’s dog Ace the Bat-Hound, among other furry (or feathered) crime-fighters.

Top Gun: Maverick (May 27) – The long-awaited Tom Cruise sequel sees him return as Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell to train a new generation of pilots, which includes Miles Teller as Goose’s son, Glen Powell, Lewis Pullman, and more. Directed by Joseph Kosinski, it also stars Jennifer Connelly and Val Kilmer as Iceman.

John Wick 4 (May 27) – We’re thinking Keanu Reeves is back for this fourth entry in the action series. Chapter 4 will pick up some time after the conclusion to Chapter 3 – Parabellum, which ended with John and the Bowery King (Laurence Fishburne) uniting to take on the High Table.

Bob’s Burgers: The Movie (May 27) – The movie continuation of the hit animated series, Bob’s Burgers: The Movie will tell a new adventure starring the Belcher family.

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Jurassic World: Dominion (June 10) – The third film in the Jurassic World franchise, the film will see the return of Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard, with Jeff Goldblum, Sam Neill, and Laura Dern reprising their roles from the original Jurassic Park films.

Lightyear (June 17) – This Pixar animation will follow the origin story of the human movie star who inspired the beloved space ranger from Toy Story. Chris Evans will voice the titular character.

Oh Hell No (June 17) – A comedy starring Ice Cube and Jack Black where Black’s character falls in love with Ice Cube’s mom.

Elvis (June 24) – A biopic about the legendary musician, Elvis is directed by Baz Luhrmann and stars Austin Butler, Tom Hanks, Olivia DeJonge, Yola Quartey, Luke Bracey, and more.

When The Crawdads Sing (June 24) – Based on the book by Delia Owens, the story follows a Southern woman who becomes a suspect in the murder of a man she was once involved with.

Shotgun Wedding (June 29) – An action rom-com where criminals hijack a couple’s destination wedding. Jennifer Lopez and Josh Duhamel play the lead roles with D’Arcy Carden and Jennifer Coolidge among the supporting cast.

Minions: The Rise of Gru (July 1) – The fifth in the Despicable Me franchise, Minions: The Rise of Gru is the sequel to the 2015 movie Minions. Steve Carell returns to voice Gru, with the cast including Taraji P. Henson, Michelle Yeoh, and more.

Thor: Love and Thunder (May 6) – Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson reunite with Thor: Ragnarok filmmaker Taika Waititi for the next chapter in the Thor series, with Natalie Portman costarring as Jane Foster-turned The Mighty Thor. It also features Christian Bale as the villain Gorr the God Butcher and supporting roles from the Guardians of the Galaxy team.

Nope (July 22) – The next original horror movie from Get Out and Us director Jordan Peele stars Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, and Steven Yeun.

Under the Boardwalk (July 22) – An animated film written by Lorene Scafaria and directed by David Soren.

Black Adam (July 29) – The long-gestating DC superhero film starring Dwayne Johnson in the titular role marks his DC Extended Universe debut. It also includes the introduction of the Justice Society of America.

The Man From Toronto (August 12) – An action-comedy starring Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson as a regular guy and an assassin who are mistaken for each other.

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Bros (August 12) – An original romantic comedy from Billy Eichner that follows two gay men as they possibly fall in love.

Secret Headquarters (August 12) – Two boys discover a secret headquarters under one of their homes, leading them to believe one of their fathers is a superhero.

Beast (August 19) – Idris Elba stars as a father of two girls being hunted by a lion in the Savanna and takes it upon himself to save them.

Samaritan (August 26) – An original superhero movie starring Sylvester Stallone as a hero pulled back into action to help a young boy.

On A Wing And a Prayer (August 31) – Dennis Quaid stars as a passenger forced to try and land a plane full of people after the pilot unexpectantly dies mid-flight.

Salem’s Lot (September 9) – A new take on Stephen King’s iconic horror story from IT writer Gary Dauberman. Lewis Pullman takes on the lead role of writer Ben Mears.

Dark Harvest (September 9) – Based on the novel of the same name, Dark Harvest follows a boy and a girl attempting to leave their cursed town by defeating the legendary October Boy.

The Woman King (September 16) – A historical epic starring Viola Davis, Lashana Lynch, and John Boyega about the true story of what happened to The Kingdom of Dahomey during the 18th and 19th centuries.

Distant (September 16) – The story of an asteroid miner played by Anthony Ramos, who crashes on an alien planet and must travel across it to find another survivor, played by Naomi Scott.

White Bird: A Wonder Story (September 16) – Directed by Marc Forster, it follows a young Jewish girl in World War II who is hidden by a French boy from Nazis.

Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (September 23) – A sequel to 2011’s Puss in Boots will see the return of Antonio Banderas’ adventurous feline.

Don’t Worry Darling (September 23) – Olivia Wilde’s Booksmart follow-up is a psychological thriller starring Florence Pugh as a 1950s housewife who uncovers a dark secret about her husband, Harry Styles.

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Mission: Impossible 7 (September 30) – Tom Cruise returns as Ethan Hunt again after Mission: Impossible – Fallout. The sequel’s story is not known, but Rebecca Ferguson, Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, and Vanessa Kirby are all returning. Meanwhile, Hayley Atwell, Pom Klementieff, Esai Morales, and more are part of the new cast members.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 (October 7) – Miles Morales continues to defend New York with the help of the other Spider-heroes of the Spider-Verse in this sequel to the Oscar-winning animated hit. Joaquim Dos Santos (The Legend of Korra) is directing.

Halloween Ends (October 14) – The sequel to Halloween Kills, the third film will be the end of the saga of Michael Myers and Laurie Strode. Stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Judy Greer, Nick Castle, and Andi Matichak.

Ticket to Paradise (October 21) – A romantic comedy starring Julia Roberts and George Clooney.

Hocus Pocus 2 (October TBD) – The long-awaited sequel starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy, and Bette Midler arrives exclusively on Disney+ sometime in October 2022.

The Flash (November 4) – Ezra Miller’s Barry Allen finally gets his solo movie, which is a loose adaptation of the Flashpoint storyline. It features the DCEU debut of Sasha Calle’s Supergirl and the return of Michael Keaton as Batman.

Untitled David O. Russell Movie (November 4) – The next movie from director David O. Russell stars Christian Bale, Rami Malek, Anya Taylor-Joy, Margot Robbie, Robert De Niro, Zoe Saldana, Michael Shannon, Timothy Olyphant, Taylor Swift, John David Washington, Mike Meyers, and more.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (November 11) – Ryan Coogler returns to direct this MCU sequel sans the late Chadwick Boseman, who passed away in 2020 from colon cancer. His role as T’Challa will not be recast and most of the cast of the original Black Panther are expected to reprise their roles, including Letitia Wright’s Shuri, Winston Duke, and Lupita Nyong’o.

Spellbound (November 11) – A new animated movie for Apple TV+ that follows a magical teenage girl forced to use her powers to fight to protect her family.

Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile (November 18) – Based on Bernard Waber’s children’s book, the animated movie follows a crocodile who lives in New York.

She Said (November 18) – The story of New York Times reporters Megan Twohey (Carey Mulligan) and Jodi Kantor (Zoe Kazan) who helped spark the #MeToo movement.

Creed III (November 23) – Michael B. Jordan will make his directorial debut with Creed III, as well as reprise his role as the titular character. Jonathan Majors is attached to play the villain.

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Pinocchio (November TBD) – Robert Zemeckis’ live-action/CGI-hybrid Pinocchio reimagining for Disney+ stars Tom Hanks as Gepetto, Luke Evans, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Cynthia Erivo, and Keegan Michael-Key.

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (December 16) – James Wan is directing this sequel to his smash-hit DCEU blockbuster, with Jason Momoa reprising his role as the newly-crowned King of Atlantis, Arthur Curry. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II’s Black Manta will serve as one of the villains, if not the primary antagonist.

Avatar 2 (December 16) – The sequel to 2009’s Avatar, this James Cameron-directed movie has been delayed several times. The film will be set several years after the original movie, with Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana reprising their roles.

Super Mario Bros. (December 21) – The animated movie is based on the popular video game and will follow the popular and beloved plumber Mario, voiced by Chris Pratt, as he travels with his brother Luigi to rescue the kidnapped princess.

I Wanna Dance With Somebody (December 23) – A biopic focused on the singer Whitney Houston, her rise to fame, and her personal life. Naomie Ackie has been cast to play the late singer in the film, which will be directed by Stella Meghie.

The Nightingale (December 23) – Elle Fanning and Dakota Fanning star in this World War II drama set in France. Mélanie Laurent directs from a script by Dana Stevens.

Source: ScreenRant