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Top Movies of 2024: Exciting Releases and Big Stars

  • Marilyn Walters
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  • January 1, 2024
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  • 4 minute read
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Top Movies of 2024: Exciting Releases and Big Stars

Explore the most exciting movies coming out in 2024! From thrilling action films to heartwarming animations, get ready for a year full of amazing cinema experiences.

Key Takeaways
  • There's something for everyone - action, comedy, and even cartoons.
  • See your favorite stars in new and exciting roles.
  • Popular movie series are coming back with new adventures.

Exciting Movies to Watch in 2024

2024 is a big year for movies! We’ve got a great mix of action, adventure, and fun stories. Here are the top movies you won’t want to miss.

  1. Mean Girls (January 12): Directed by Arturo Perez Jr. and Samantha Jayne, this film features a star-studded cast including Angourie Rice and Tina Fey​​.
  2. Argylle (February 2): A thrilling action-comedy directed by Matthew Vaughn, with Bryce Dallas Howard and Samuel L. Jackson​​.
  3. Madame Web (February 14): Part of Sony’s Spider-Man universe, starring Dakota Johnson and directed by S.J. Clarkson​​.
  4. Dune: Part Two (March 1): Directed by Denis Villeneuve, this sequel includes Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya​​.
  5. Imaginary (March 8): A horror film from Blumhouse, directed by Jeff Wadlow and starring DeWanda Wise​​.
  6. Kung Fu Panda 4 (March 8): Directed by Mike Mitchell, featuring the voices of Jack Black and Angelina Jolie​​.
  7. Arthur the King (March 22): A true story adaptation starring Mark Wahlberg, directed by Simon Cellan Jones​​.
  8. Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire (March 29): A sequel directed by Gil Kenan, featuring Carrie Coon and Paul Rudd​​.
  9. Mickey 17 (March 29): A sci-fi movie by Bong Joon-ho, starring Robert Pattinson​​.
  10. Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire (April 12): Directed by Adam Wingard, this monster movie stars Dan Stevens and Rebecca Hall​​.
  11. Challengers (April 26): A drama by Luca Guadagnino, starring Zendaya​​.
  12. Civil War (April 26): A futuristic film directed by Alex Garland, featuring Kirsten Dunst​​.
  13. The Fall Guy (May 3): An action movie directed by David Leitch, starring Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt​​.
  14. Back to Black (May 10): A biopic of Amy Winehouse, directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson​​.
  15. IF (May 17): A fantasy comedy developed by John Krasinski and Ryan Reynolds​​.
  16. Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga (May 24): A prequel to Mad Max: Fury Road, directed by George Miller and starring Anya Taylor-Joy​​.
  17. The Garfield Movie (May 24): An animated film with Chris Pratt voicing Garfield​​.
  18. Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (May 24): Directed by Wes Ball, this installment continues the iconic sci-fi series​​.
  19. Ballerina (June 7): A John Wick spin-off starring Ana de Armas​​.
  20. Bad Boys 4 (June 14): Will Smith and Martin Lawrence return for another action-packed adventure​​.
  21. Inside Out 2 (June 14): Pixar’s sequel exploring the emotions of a college-going Riley​​.
  22. The Bikeriders (June 21): Jeff Nichols’ period drama about a Chicago motorcycle club​​.
  23. A Quiet Place: Day One (June 28): The third film in the A Quiet Place series, directed by Michael Sarnoski​​.
  24. Despicable Me 4 (July 3): The return of Gru and the Minions in this animated sequel​​.
  25. Twisters (July 19): A disaster movie sequel directed by Lee Isaac Chung​​.
  26. Deadpool 3 (July 26): Starring Ryan Reynolds, with Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine making an appearance​​.
  27. Borderlands (August 9): A video game adaptation directed by Eli Roth​​.
  28. Untitled Alien Movie (August 16): A sci-fi thriller by Fede Alvarez​​.
  29. Kraven the Hunter (August 30): A new addition to the Spider-Man universe starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson​​.
  30. Beetlejuice 2 (September 6): Tim Burton’s sequel with Michael Keaton and Winona Ryder reprising their roles​​.
  31. Transformers One (September 13): An animated prequel exploring the origins of Optimus Prime and Megatron​​.
  32. Untitled Saw Sequel (September 27): The continuation of the Saw franchise​​.
  33. Joker: Folie à Deux (October 4): Todd Phillips’ sequel to Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix and Lady Gaga​​.
  34. Terrifier 3 (October 25): The third installment of the horror franchise featuring Art the Clown​​.
  35. Venom 3 (November 8): Tom Hardy returns in this third Venom installment​​.
  36. Gladiator 2 (November 22): Ridley Scott’s sequel to Gladiator, starring Paul Mescal​​.
  37. Wicked Part 1 (November 27): The film adaptation of the Broadway musical, directed by Jon M. Chu​​.
  38. The Karate Kid (December 13): A new installment in The Karate Kid series​​.

2024 is full of great movies for all kinds of movie fans. With so many choices, you’re sure to find something you’ll love. Get ready for a year of awesome movie adventures!

Marilyn Walters

Marilyn Walters

Marilyn is a seasoned journalist known for her investigative reporting and insightful analysis. Her relentless pursuit of truth and dedication to journalistic integrity have established her as a respected voice in today's dynamic news landscape.

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