2024 new movies: release schedule for this year's new movies

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After 2023 saw massive movie-going events like Barbenheimer, The Super Mario Bros. Movie and the surprise of the year in Sound of Freedom, what lies in store with the slate of 2024 new movies? We're taking a macro look at it all right here, giving you a complete look at the 2024 movie release schedule.

To be clear, the list below includes only movies that are going to be playing in movie theaters; check out our what's new on Netflix, Disney Plus, Hulu, Max and Paramount Plus features to stay up to date on what new movies are coming to the exclusively to streaming services.

We'll be updating this list as more information about the slate of 2024 new movies becomes available. However, we already know the long-awaited Dune sequel is on its way, new franchise entries for A Quiet Place, John Wick and Bad Boys, plus we're getting new movies from Ethan Coen, George Miller and more. Check it all out below.

March 2024 new movies

Dune: Part Two

Timothee Chalamet in Dune: Part Two

Timothée Chalamet in Dune: Part Two (Image credit: Niko Tavernise/Warner Bros. Pictures)
  • Release date: March 1
  • Cast: Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Charlotte Rampling, Stephen McKinnley, Austin Butler, Florence Pugh, Léa Seydoux, Souheila Yacoub, Christopher Walken
  • Director: Denis Villeneuve

The next chapter in Denis Villeneuve's epic adaptation of Frank Herbert's Dune continues with Dune: Part Two. We had expectations that the sequel to the Oscar-winning sci-fi movie would have premiered in 2023, but better late than never. With the likes of Austin Butler, Florence Pugh and Christopher Walken joining are already star-studded cast, this could be one of the biggest movies of the year.

Read our Dune: Part Two review.


Julio Torres and Tilda Swinton in Problemista

Julio Torres and Tilda Swinton in Problemista (Image credit: A24)
  • Release date: March 1
  • Cast: Julio Torres, Tilda Swinton, RZA, Isabella Rossellini, Larry Owens, Catalina Saavedra, Greta Lee
  • Director: Julio Torres

After getting postponed from its original 2023 release because of the Hollywood strikes, Julio Torres' directorial debut Problemista is finally coming to movie theaters in March. The comedy writer pairs with Tilda Swinton for this unique story of an aspiring toy designer from El Salvador trying to make his dreams come true in New York, who is stuck working for an erratic art-world outcast who is his only hope to stay in the country.


  • Release date: March 8
  • Cast: Cristiana Dell'Anna, John Lithgow, David Morse, Giancarlo Giannini
  • Director: Alejandro Monteverde

The historical drama Carbini focuses on the true story of Mother Francesca Cabrini, an Italian Immigrant whose work in New York City to provide housing and health care for hundreds of orphaned children would help her one day be recognized as a saint.


Pyper Braun in Imaginary

Pyper Braun in Imaginary (Image credit: Parrish Lewis/Lionsgate)
  • Release date: March 8
  • Cast: DeWanda Wise, Tom Payne, Taegen Burns, Pyper Braun, Veronica Falcon, Betty Buckley
  • Director: Jeff Wadlow

While we're getting Seth MacFarlane's foulmouthed teddy bear Ted in a TV series this year, teddy bear Chauncey is here to scare us in Imaginary. This horror movie asks the questions, what happens when we forget about the imaginary friends we had when we were kids. The answer appears to be they get quite angry.

Kung Fu Panda 4

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  • Release date: March 8
  • Cast: Jack Black, Violas Davis, Awkwafina, Dustin Hoffman, James Hong, Bryan Cranston, Ian McShane, Ke Huy Quan
  • Director: Mike Mitchell and Stephanie Stine

Kung Fu Panda returns with the fourth movie in the animated franchise. Kung Fu Panda 4 is going to see Po having to take the next step in his journey, but threatening that is the villainous Chameleon, who can shape shift into any enemy from Po's past. Let's get ready for some more Kung Fu fighting.

Love Lies Bleeding

Katy O'Brian and Kristen Stewart in Love Lies Bleeding

Katy O'Brian and Kristen Stewart in Love Lies Bleeding (Image credit: Anna Kooris/A24)
  • Release date: March 8 (US)
  • Cast: Kristen Stewart, Katy O'Brian, Ed Harris, Dave Franco, Jena Malone, Anna Baryshnikov
  • Director: Rose Glass

After it makes its debut at the 2024 Sundance Film Festival, Love Lies Bleeding arrives for general moviegoers in early March. The 80s-set movie is the second effort from Saint Maud breakout Rose Glass. Here she tells a dark, violent revenge story headline by Kristen Stewart and Katy O'Brian.


  • Release date: March 15
  • Cast: Ray Liotta, Scott Eastwood, Dylan Arnold, Tyrese Gibson
  • Director: Ariel Vromen

One of Ray Liotta's final movies before his death, 1992 goes back to the titular year, specifically the days following the Rodney King video that caused riots in Los Angeles. In the movie, a shopkeeper must protect his son from the violence that is engulfing the city.

Arthur the King

Simu Liu and Mark Wahlberg in Arthur the King

Simu Liu and Mark Wahlberg in Arthur the King (Image credit: Carlos Rodriguez/Courtesy of Lionsgate)
  • Release date: March 15
  • Cast: Mark Wahlberg, Simu Liu, Nathalie Emmanuel, Ali Suliman, Paul Guilfoyle, Bear Grylls
  • Director: Simon Cellan Jones

Get ready to be won over by another adorable pooch on the big screen, as Arthur the King recounts the inspiring story of a dog that bonded with an adventure racing team as they traveled 435 miles over 10 days. Mark Wahlberg, Simu Liu and Nathalie Emmanuel are among the human stars, but willing to bet audiences are going to fall in love with the dog playing Arthur.

The American Society of Magical Negroes

Justice Smith, David Alan Grier and Aisha Hinds in The American Society of Magical Negroes

Justice Smith, David Alan Grier and Aisha Hinds in The American Society of Magical Negroes (Image credit: Focus Features)
  • Release date: March 15
  • Cast: Justice Smith, David Alan Grier, An-Li Bogan, Drew Tarver, Michaela Watkins, Rupert Friend, Nicole Byer
  • Director: Kobi Libii

The debut feature of writer/director Kobi Libii, The American Society of Magical Negroes is a bold first shot. The movie is a satire about a young man who is recruited into a secret society of magical Black people who dedicate their lives to making white people's lives easier.


  • Release date: March 15 (US)
  • Cast: Caleb Landry Jones, Jojo T. Gibbs, Christopher Denham, Clemens Schick, John Charles Aguilar, Grace Palma
  • Director: Luc Besson

Luc Besson, the director of classics like The Professional and The Fifth Element, returns with the new movie DogMan, about a misfit (played by Caleb Landry Jones) that finds salvation through the love of his dogs. There is already DogMan reviews after it premiered at the Venice Film Festival if you want to get an idea of what people are saying.

Knox Goes Away

Michael Keaton in Knox Goes Away

Michael Keaton in Knox Goes Away (Image credit: Saban Films)
  • Release date: March 15
  • Cast: Michael Keaton, James Marsden, Al Pacino, Marcia Gay Harden
  • Director: Michael Keaton

Michael Keaton directs himself and a solid cast of well-known actors in the indie-thriller Knox Goes Away. The movie is about a contract killer who is suffering from dementia offered an opportunity to redeem himself by saving his adult son, who he has an estranged relationship with.

Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire

The Ghostbusters firehouse is taking over in the deep freeze as seen in the Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire teaser trailer

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  • Release date: March 22
  • Cast: Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon, Finn Wolfhard, McKenna Grace, Kumail Nanjiani, Patton Oswalt, Celeste O'Connor, Logan Kim, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts
  • Director: Gil Kenan

Who you going to call? The new generation of Ghostbusters! Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire is the sequel to Ghostbusters: Afterlife, which introduced a new quartet of ghost fighting heroes. But in this movie they will have to go up against a force that can literally scare people to death.


Sydney Sweeney in Immaculate

Sydney Sweeney in Immaculate (Image credit: Neon)
  • Release date: March 22
  • Cast: Sydney Sweeney, Simona Tabasco, Alvaro Morte, Benedetta Porcaroli
  • Director: Michael Mohan

Sydney Sweeney continues her movie star rise, with Immaculate her second movie of 2024 following Madame Web. This time she stars in a horror movie as a woman of devout faith who comes to an illustrious covenant in the Italian countryside. But she soon learns that the covenant harbors dark and horrifying secrets. 

Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

Kong wielding an axe in Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire

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  • Release date: March 29
  • Cast: Rebecca Hall, Brian Tyree Henry, Kaylee Hottle, Dan Stevens, Fala Chen
  • Director: Adam Wingard

Even after we got Monarch: Legacy of Monsters and Godzilla Minus One in 2023, there's more monster mayhem coming with Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire. A direct sequel to Godzilla vs Kong, this movie reteams the two titans as a new forced threatens the world.

Godzilla x Kong had previously been set to release on April 12, but the movie was moved up a couple of weeks after Warner Bros. announced they were postponing Bong Joon-ho's Parasite follow-up Mickey 17 starring Robert Pattinson. That movie currently has no release date but is still expected to premiere in 2024.

April 2024 new movies

Coup de Chance

  • Release date: April 5 (US)
  • Cast: Lou de Laage, Niels Schneider, Melvil Poupaud
  • Director: Woody Allen

After The Hollywood Reporter shard that Woody Allen's latest movie, Coup de Chance, was generating underground screenings and the sharing of questionable links, the publication is now reporting that the controversial filmmaker's 50th movie is getting a theatrical release in the US for one week before it heads online. Starring an all French cast, the movie centers on a self-aware trophy wife who reconnects with an old chum, but her husband has a less than typical French response to the concept of extramarital affairs.

The First Omen

Nell Tiger Free in The First Omen

Nell Tiger Free in The First Omen (Image credit: 20th Century Studios)
  • Release date: April 5
  • Cast: Nell Tiger Free, Tawfeek Barhom, Sonia Braga, Ralph Ineson, Bill Nighy
  • Director: Arkasha Stevenson

Horror franchise The Omen is going back to the very beginning in The First Omen. The movie takes place before Damien, instead focusing on a young American woman who travels to Rome to begin life of service to the church. However, she begins to question her faith when she uncovers a terrifying conspiracy with the goal of bringing about evil incarnate.

Housekeeping for Beginners

  • Release date: April 5
  • Cast: Anamaria Marinca, Alina Serban, Samson Selim, Vladimir Tintor, Mia Mustafa, Dzada Selim, Sara Klimoska, Rozafë Çelaj, Ajse Useini
  • Director: Goran Stolevski

Housekeeping for Beginners gets a limited release in US movie theaters in April by Focus Features. From director Goran Stovelski, who earned strong praise for his movies You Won't Be Alone and Of An Age, tells the story of a mixed family forced to come together when Dita is forced to raise her girlfriend's two kids.

Monkey Man

Dev Patel in Monkey Man

Dev Patel in Monkey Man (Image credit: Universal Pictures)
  • Release date: April 5
  • Cast: Dev Patel, Sharlto Copley, Sobhita Dhulipala, Pitobash, Vipin Sharma, Ashwini Kalsekar, Adithi Kalkunte, Sikandar Kher, Makarand Deshpande
  • Director: Dev Patel

Inspired by the Indian legend Hanuman, Dev Patel has co-written, makes his directing debut and stars in Monkey Man. Seeking vengeance for his mother's murder and the continued systemic oppression of the poor and powerless, Patel's Kid finds his way into the sinister elite's circle and has his best chance ever to take them down.

Back to Black

Marisa Abela in Back to Black

Marisa Abela in Back to Black (Image credit: Focus Features)
  • Release date: April 12 (UK); May 17 (US)
  • Cast: Marisa Abela, Jack O'Connell, Eddie Marsan, Lesley Manville
  • Director: Sam Taylor-Johnson

Amy Winehouse was a powerhouse singer that was tragically lost at the age of 27. Here story is the subject of the new movie Back to Black, where she will be played by Industry star Marisa Asbela. Per the filmmakers, the movie "crashes through the looking glass of celebrity" as it chronicles Winehouse's rise to fame.

Civil War

Kirsten Dunst in Civil War

Kirsten Dunst in Civil War (Image credit: A24)
  • Release date: April 12
  • Cast: Kirsten Dunst, Nick Offerman, Cailee Spaeny, Wagner Moura, Stephen McKinley Henderson
  • Director: Alex Garland

Alex Garland, the writer/director of critically acclaimed movies that thrill and make you think like Ex Machina, Annihilation and Men, is back with another movie, which explores the worst-case scenario for America's political discourse, a second civil war. Kirsten Dunst leads Civil War, which looks to be another exciting entry from Garland.


Abigail poster

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  • Release date: April 19
  • Cast: Melissa Barrera, Alisha Weir, Dan Stevens, Kevin Durand, Kathryn Networn, Angus Cloud, Will Catlett, Giancarlo Esposito
  • Director: Radio Silence (Matt Bettinelli-Olpin & Tyler Gillett)

The word is out on the previously untitled new movie from the directing duo known as Radio Silence. Titled Abigail, the movie is going to focus on a group of kidnappers that take the 12-year-old daughter of a powerful underworld figure in the hopes of collecting $50 million. However, this is no ordinary little girl.

Radio Silence has proven they are some of the best in the horror game right now with Ready or Not, Scream (2022) and Scream VI, so there should be plenty of excitement for what they can do with Abigail. Also, this is one of the final movies featuring Angus Cloud, who tragically died in 2023.

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

Henry Cavill and the cast of The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

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  • Release date: April 19
  • Cast: Henry Cavill, Eiza González, Alan Ritchson, Alex Pettyfer, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, Babs Olusamokun, Henrique Zaga, Til Schweiger, with Henry Golding, Cary Elwes
  • Director: Guy Ritchie

Directed by Guy Ritchie, The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare is a World War Two action-comedy loosely based on the true events described in the best-selling book of the same name by historian, Damian Lewis. Broadly, the movie tells the story of the first-ever special forces group established by the UK Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, and a select group of military officials (which also included James Bond creator, Ian Fleming) during the war. It features a massive, all-star cast, including Henry Cavill, Alan Ritchson, Eiza González, Henry Golding and Cary Elwes.


Mike Faist, Zendaya and Josh O'Connor in Challengers

Mike Faist, Zendaya and Josh O'Connor in Challengers (Image credit: Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures)
  • Release date: April 26
  • Cast: Zendaya, Mike Faist, Josh O'Connor
  • Director: Luca Guadagnino

Delayed from 2023, audiences are finally getting the sexy tennis thriller starring Zendaya, Challengers. The movie, the latest from Oscar-nominated director Luca Guardagnino, follows the relationship between three tennis players, who mix passion on and off the court. The movie's initial trailer, featuring a Beyond needle drop, certainly got people's attention.

Unsung Hero

Unsung Hero poster

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  • Release date: April 26
  • Cast: Daisy Betts, Joel Smallbone, Kirrilee Berger, Jonathan Jackson, Lucas Black, with Candace Cameron Bure, Terry O’Quinn
  • Director: Joel Smallbone, Richard L. Ramsey

Unsung Hero is based on the true story of how the band King + Country picked up roots from Australia and made their way to the US, relying on their faith and love of music to realize their dreams. A member of the family, Josh Smallbone, both co-directs and stars in the movie.

May 2024 new movies

The Fall Guy

Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt in The Fall Guy

Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt in The Fall Guy (Image credit: Universal Pictures)
  • Release date: May 3
  • Cast: Ryan Gosling, Emily Blunt, Hannah Waddingham, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Winstone Duke, Stephanie Hsu
  • Director: David Leitch

Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt help kick off the summer blockbuster season with the action comedy The Fall Guy. Gosling plays a stunt man who is hoping to rekindle his romance with his director, played by Blunt. When the movie's star goes missing, it gives him the chance to do just that by tracking him down. Though he soon finds himself in a bigger conspiracy.


  • Release date: May 10
  • Cast: Jacob Batalon, Alana Boden, Adain Bradley, Avantika, Humberly González, Wolfgang Novogratz, Larsen Thompson, Harriet Slater, Olwen Fouéré
  • Director: Spenser Cohen, Anna Halberg

Tarot sees a group of friends play with a deck of tarot cards, but soon after begin dying in the way that was predicted. Can they do anything to change their fate?

Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes

King of the Planet of the Apes

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  • Release date: May 10
  • Cast: Owen Teague, Freya Allan, Kevin Durand, Peter Macron, William H. Macy
  • Director: Wes Ball

Andy Serkis' time with the Planet of the Apes movies may be over, but the franchise lives on with the new movie Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes. The movie takes place several generations after the events of War for the Planet of the Apes, where a young ape undertakes a journey that could decide the fate of both apes and humans.

Fans of the sci-fi series are getting it a little bit sooner than they thought, as the movie was bumped up two weeks from its previous May 24 release date.

My Ex-Friend's Wedding

Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried (Image credit: Mike Coppola/Getty Images for CNN)
  • Release date: May 10
  • Cast: Ariana DeBose, Amanda Seyfried, Chloe Fineman, Megan Stalter, Liza Koshy
  • Director: Kay Cannon

What happens when four childhood friends try to stop a wedding to prevent a former friend from making a big mistake? We'll find out in My Ex-Friend's Wedding, which has a great ensemble featuring an Oscar-winnner (DeBose) and Oscar nominee (Seyfried), Saturday Night Live's Fineman and Hacks Stalter, Blockers director Kay Cannon and a script from best-selling author Taylor Jenkins Reid.


IF movie poster

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  • Release date: May 17
  • Cast: Ryan Reynolds, John Krasinski, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Fiona Shaw, Steve Carrell, Alan Kim, Cailey Fleming, Louis Gossett Jr., Bobby Monihan, Matt Damon, Jon Stewart, Emily Blunt, Maya Rudolph, Awkwafina, Vince Vaughn, Sam Rockwell, Sebastian Maniscalco, Richard Jenkins, Christopher Meloni
  • Director: John Krasinski

While Imaginary releasing in March is a horror movie, we're getting another story of imaginary friends in IF, but this one looks to be more wholesome. John Krasinski directs an all-star cast in a story that follows a little girl that gains the ability to see and talk to all imaginary friends, many of whom have been forgotten. Star Ryan Reynolds described the movie as a "live-action Pixar film."

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

Anya Taylor-Joy in Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga

Anya Taylor-Joy in Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga (Image credit: Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures)
  • Release date: May 24
  • Cast: Anya Taylor-Joy, Chris Hemsworth, Alyla Browne, Tom Burke
  • Director: George Miller

George Miller is returning to the world of Mad Max, but this time for a movie entirely devoted to Mad Max: Fury Road breakout character Furiosa. Played by Charlize Theron in Fury Road, Anya Taylor-Joy steps in to play a younger Furiosa. But with Miller still behind the camera and Chris Hemsworth as the movie's new villain, expect another high-octane adventure with Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga.

The Garfield Movie

Garfield in The Garfield Movie

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  • Release date: May 24
  • Cast: Chris Pratt, Samuel L. Jackson, Hannah Waddingham, Ving Rhames, Nicholas Hoult, Cecily Strong, Harvey Guillen, Brett Goldstein, Bowen Yang
  • Director: Mark Dindal

Garfield, who hates Mondays but loves lasagna, is getting another movie. Unlike the previous two movies that mixed live action and animation, The Garfield Movie is fully animated, with Chris Pratt voicing the iconic character. Joining Pratt is Samuel L. Jackson voicing Garfield's father, who returns after Garfield has been adopted by Jon.

June 2024 new movies

The Crow

Ana de Armas

Ana de Armas (Image credit: Lionel Hahn/Getty Images)
  • Release date: June 7
  • Cast: Bill Skarsgård, FKA twigs, Danny Huston, Laura Birn, Sami Bouajila and Jordan Bolger
  • Director: Rupert Sanders

This date had previously been slotted for the John Wick spinoff Ballerina, but that movie has been pushed to 2025 and in its place comes The Crow, a remake of the 90s comic book adaptation. In this updated telling of the story Bill Skarsgård plays Eric Draven, who sacrifices himself to save his love and becomes the Crow, mercilessly seeking revenge, traversing the worlds of the living and the dead to put wrong things right.

The Watchers

  • Release date: June 7
  • Cast: Dakota Fanning, Georgina Campbell
  • Director: Ishana Night Shymalan

There's a new Shymalan in Hollywood, as M. Night Shymalan's daughter Ishana Night Shymalan makes her directing debut with The Watchers (though she has previously directed episodes of The Servant). Based on a A.M. Shine book, The Watchers follows Mina, who stumbles upon an enclosure that serves as a kind of zoo for monstrous creatures that come out when the sun goes down.

Bad Boys 4

Martin Lawrence and Will Smith as Marcus and Mike in Bad Boys film

Martin Lawrence and Will Smith in Bad Boys (Image credit: Columbia Pictures/Getty Image)
  • Release date: June 14
  • Cast: Will Smith, Martin Lawrence, Vanessa Hudgens, Alexander Ludwig, Paola Núñez, Tasha Smith, Melanie Liburd, Eric Dane, Rhea Seehorn 
  • Director: Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah

Bad Boys for life indeed, as Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are teaming up once again for the cop action franchise. Bad Boys 4 follows up Bad Boys for Life, which was one of the few true hits in 2020, premiering in January of that year. With that burst of life, can the franchise continue with another hit in 2024?

Inside Out 2

Anxiety, an orange-coloured, frazzled looking emotion

Inside Out 2 (Image credit: Disney Pixar)
  • Release date: June 14
  • Cast: Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Lewis Black, Liza Lapira, Tony Hale, Maya Hawke
  • Director: Kelsey Mann

The thoughts inside your head are back on the big screen, as Pixar is releasing Inside Out 2. It's years later and young Riley is now a teenager. But with that comes new emotions that Joy (Poehler), Sadness (Smith), Anger (Black), Fear (Hale) and Disgust (Lapira) are going to have to learn to work with.

The Bikeriders

Austin Butler in The Bikeriders

Austin Butler in The Bikeriders (Image credit: 20th Century Studios)
  • Release date: June 21
  • Cast: Austin Butler, Jodie Comer, Tom Hardy
  • Director: Jeff Nichols

While The Bikeriders stalled a bit on its planned 2023 release, the Austin Butler and Tom Hardy movie now has a prime summer release date for summer 2024. The period drama looks like it can be the ideal kind of counter programming to action, animated and comedy movies that dominate the summer.


Alicia Vikander in Firebrand

Alicia Vikander in Firebrand (Image credit: Courtesy of Brouhaha Entertainment)
  • Release date: June 21 (US)
  • Cast: Jude Law, Alicia Vikander,  Eddie Marsan, Sam Riley, Simon Russell Beale, Erin Doherty 
  • Director: Karim Aïnouz 

The period drama Firebrand sees Jude Law take on the king-sized role of Henry VIII, with Alicia Vikander starring as his final wife, Katherine Parr. The movie actually first screened at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, so it's been a long wait for general audiences to get a look at it.

It Ends With Us

Blake Lively at the 2014 Cannes Film Festival

Blake Lively stars in It Ends With Us (Image credit: Vittorio Zunino Celotto / Staff)
  • Release date: June 21
  • Cast: Blake Lively, Brandon Sklenar, Jenny Slate, Justin Baldoni, Hasan Minhaj
  • Director: Justin Baldoni

The best-selling novel from Collen Hoover is getting its movie adaptation, with a star-studded cast that includes Blake Lively and 1923 breakout star Brandon Sklenar. After more than 90 weeks on the New York Times Bestseller List, It Ends With Us fans are going to get the chance to see the powerful romance drama play out on the big screen. It'll just take a little longer than originally thought, as the movie was moved to summer 2024 after previously having a February release date.

Horizon: An American Saga Chapter 1

Kevin Costner in Horizon: An American Saga

Kevin Costner in Horizon: An American Saga (Image credit: Warner Bros. Pictures)
  • Release date: June 28
  • Cast: Kevin Costner, Sienna Miller, Sam Worthington, Jena Malone, Abbey Lee, Michael Rooker, Danny Huston, Luke Wilson, Isabelle Fuhrman, Jeff Fahey, Will Patton, Tatanka Means, Owen Crow Shoe, Ella Hunt, Jamie Campbell Bower
  • Director: Kevin Costner

The movie that (allegedly) brought an end to Yellowstone. Between the hit TV show and his Best Picture-winning movie Dances with Wolves, Kevin Costner is no stranger to a big western, but he may have outdone himself here, as Horizon: An American Saga explores the lure of the Old West in not just one movie, but two, with Horizon: An American Saga Chapter 2 releasing just a few weeks later.

A Quiet Place: Day One

Djimon Honsou and Lupita Nyong'o in A Quiet Place: Day One

Djimon Hounsou and Lupita Nyong'o in A Quiet Place: Day One (Image credit: Paramount Pictures)
  • Release date: June 28
  • Cast: Lupita Nyong'o, Joseph Quinn, Djimon Hounsou 
  • Director: Michael Sarnoski

While A Quiet Place Part II showed what happened for the Abbott family the day the aliens arrived in a flashback scene, A Quiet Place: Day One is going to dive deeper into their arrival on Earth, specifically in New York City. 

July 2024 new movies

Despicable Me 4

  • Release date: July 3
  • Cast: Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Pierre Coffin, Miranda Cosgrove, Steven Coogan
  • Director: Chris Renaud

The Minions have had their fun with their own movies, but it's time for the adult Gru to make this big screen comeback in Despicable Me 4. We don't know a whole lot about the plot of the movie yet, but expect more wild antics from Gru and his family.

Untitled Scarlett Johansson/Channing Tatum movie

  • Release date: July 12
  • Cast: Scarlett Johansson, Channing Tatum, Jim Rash, Ray Romano, Anna Garcia, Donald Elise Watkins, Noah Robbins, Colin Woodell, Nick Dillenburg, Christian Zuber, Woody Harrelson
  • Director: Greg Berlanti

Formerly known as Project Artemis, all we know about this Sony/Apple Films co-production besides its cast is that it is set during the 1960s space race. But with a prime summer blockbuster position and reports that it is going to be shown in premium formats, this looks like it could be a big screen event to look out for.


Twisters poster

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  • Release date: July 19
  • Cast: Glen Powell, Daisy Edgar-Jones, Maura Tierney, Anthony Ramos, Sasha Lane, Kiernan Shipka, Brandon Perea, Daryl McCormack
  • Director: Lee Isaac Chung

Twister is getting a reboot with the Twisters, a new entry to the natural disaster movie genre. Behind the camera is Minari director Lee Isaac Chung, who tackles a big-budget blockbuster for the first time, while rising stars Glen Powell and Daisy Edgar-Jones headline the Twisters cast.

Deadpool & Wolverine

Deadpool in costume in Deadpool 2

Ryan Reynolds in Deadpool 2 (Image credit: 20th Century Fox)
  • Release date: July 26
  • Cast: Ryan Reynolds, Hugh Jackman, Jennifer Garner, Morena Baccarin, Brianna Hildebrand, Shioli Kutsuna, Rob Delaney, Karan Soni, Leslie Uggams, Matthew Macfayden, Emma Corrin 
  • Director: Shawn Levy

The Merc with the Mouth is back, as Ryan Reynolds once again dons the red suit to play Deadpool. That's not all though in Deadpool 3, as Hugh Jackman is making his return as Wolverine and Jennifer Garner is reprising her character Elektra from the original Daredevil movie. With Deadpool 3 the only Marvel movie on the 2024 schedule currently, they are being sure to pull out all the stops.

August 2024 new movies

Harold and the Purple Crayon

  • Release date: August 2
  • Cast: Zooey Deschanel, Zachary Levi, Lil Rel Howery
  • Director: Carlos Saldanha

The beloved children's book Harold and the Purple Crayon is getting a movie adaptation in 2024. It's an animated movie, so we'd expect it be perfect for families who have read the book together.


  • Release date: August 2
  • Cast: Josh Harnett
  • Director: M. Night Shyamalan

We're getting two Shyamalan movies in 2024. In addition to his daughter Ishana Night Shyamalan's movie The Watchers, M. Night Shyamalan has his own new movie, Trap. Of course, in traditional Shyamalan fashion, we know next to nothing about the movie as of yet.


  • Release date: August 9
  • Cast: Cate Blanchett, Kevin Hart, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jack Black, Haley Bennett, Edgar Ramirez, Ariana Greenblatt
  • Director: Eli Roth

While TV fans are getting an adaptation of Fallout in 2024, movie fans have their own massive video game adaptation on the way in Borderlands. Cate Blanchett and Kevin Hart lead a massive ensemble in the Eli Roth-directed movie, which sees various hunters head to a distant planet in search of advanced alien technology.

Flint Strong

  • Release date: August 9
  • Cast: Ryan Destiny, Brian Tyree Henry, Olunike Adeliyi
  • Director: Rachel Morrison

What would a year be without an inspiring sports movie? Looking to deliver that to us in 2024 is Flint Strong, which tells the story of Claressa "T-Rex" Shields, who wants to become the first woman to win a gold medal in boxing when a women's section of the sport was added to the 2012 Olympics.

Alien: Romulus

  • Release date: August 16
  • Cast: Isabela Merced, Cailee Spaeny, Archie Renaux, David Jonsson, Aileen Wu, Spike Fearn
  • Director: Fede Alvarez

The Alien franchise continues. Though Fede Alvarez is taking over as a director, Ridley Scott is still attached as a producer on Alien: Romulus. As for what movie fans can expect, a young cast is at the center of this sci-fi story, as they are the latest group to go against the infamous Xenomorph.

Horizon: An American Saga Chapter 2

Kevin Costner in Horizon: An American Saga

(Image credit: Warner Bros. Pictures)
  • Release date: August 16
  • Cast: Kevin Costner, Sienna Miller, Sam Worthington, Jena Malone, Abbey Lee, Michael Rooker, Danny Huston, Luke Wilson, Isabelle Fuhrman, Jeff Fahey, Will Patton, Tatanka Means, Owen Crow Shoe, Ella Hunt, Jamie Campbell Bower
  • Director: Kevin Costner

The second part of Kevin Costner's new western epic releases just a few weeks after its first, meaning fans won't have to wait long to see the story's conclusion. The interesting thing to see is if both parts of Horizon: An American Saga will have any overlap in movie theaters, allowing for a double feature.

The Forge

  • Release date: August 23
  • Cast: Karen Abercrombie, Priscilla C. Shirer, Cameron Arnett, Aspen Kennedy 
  • Director: Alex Kendrick

Another faith-based movie in 2024, The Forge comes from the team behind the likes of War Room, Overcomer and Courageous. In this latest story, a high school graduate learns that his life has a higher meaning then he could have ever known.

Kraven the Hunter

Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the Kraven the Hunter poster

Aaron Taylor-Johnson in Kraven the Hunter (Image credit: Sony Pictures)
  • Release date: August 30
  • Cast: Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Russell Crowe, Ariana DeBose, Christopher Abbott, Alessandro Nivola, Fred Hechhinger
  • Director: J.C. Chandor

The second Sony/Marvel movie of 2024 brings another classic Spider-Man character to the big screen for the first time in Kraven: The Hunter. Aaron Taylor-Johnson plays the greatest hunter in the world, set to go up against Russell Crowe and others.

September 2024 new movies

Beetlejuice Beetlejuice

Beetlejuice Beetlejuice poster

(Image credit: Warner Bros. Pictures)
  • Release date: September 6
  • Cast: Michael Keaton, Winoa Ryder, Jenna Ortega, Catherine O'Hara, Monica Bellucci, Willem Dafoe, Justin Theroux
  • Director: Tim Burton

Thirty-six years after Tim Burton and company first said Beetlejuice three times, the ghoul is back in Beetlejuice 2, now officially titled Beetlejuice Beetlejuice. Michael Keaton reprises his role as Beetlejuice, as does Winoa Ryder as Lydia Deetz and Catherine O'Hara as Delia Deetz, with the newest member of then Deetz family, Astrid, played by Wednesday star Jenna Ortega. The original Beetlejuice is a classic, so there are bound to be lofty expectations for the sequel.

Speak No Evil

  • Release date: September 13
  • Cast: Mackenzie Davis, James McAvoy, Scoot McNairy, Alix West Lefler, Kris Hitchen, Motaz Malhees
  • Director: James Watkins

The latest in the US remakes of international horror movies, Speak No Evil is a Hollywood adaptation of the 2022 Dutch movie of the same name. The story focuses on a family invited to spend a weekend at a seemingly idyllic country house. However, the weekend soon turns into a psychological nightmare.

Transformers One

  • Release date: September 13
  • Cast: Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Jon Hamm, Keegan-Michael Key, Brian Tyree Henry, Laurence Fishburne
  • Director: Josh Cooley

The Transformers franchise is returning to its animation roots with the origin story, Transformers One. Early reports tease that the movie will focus on the relationship between Optimus Prime (voiced by Chris Hemsworth) and Megatron (Brian Tyree Henry).


  • Release date: September 20
  • Cast: George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Amy Ryan
  • Director: Jon Watts

Ocean's Eleven stars George Clooney and Brad Pitt reunite in Wolfs, but this time as two lone-wolf fixers who get assigned to the same job. With the two-stars attached, this looks like it has the potential the kind of more adult-driven entertainment that we just don't get enough of these days. Wonder if the movie will explain why they opted for the incorrect spelling of wolves, but whatever.

Saw XI

  • Release date: September 27
  • Cast: TBD
  • Director: TBD

Just about a calendar year from the release of Saw X, horror fans are getting another entry in the franchise with Saw XI. There are no details on who is directing or who is in the cast as of yet, but we'd be surprised if Tobin Bell didn't return.

Untitled MonkeyPaw Movie

  • Release date: September 27
  • Cast: TBD
  • Director: TBD

Another movie with mystery surrounding it is this Untitled MonkeyPaw Movie. MonkeyPaw is Jordan Peele's production company, but with Peele's fourth movie releasing on Christmas Day, this is going to be something entirely different.

October 2024 new movies

Joker: Folie à Deux

Joauqin Phoenix in clown makeup as Joker in Joker

Joauqin Phoenix in Joker (Image credit: Warner Bros./TCD/Prod.DB /Alamy Stock Photo)
  • Release date: October 4
  • Cast: Joaquin Phoenix, Lady Gaga, Brendan Gleeson, Catherine Keener, Jacob Lofland, Zazie Beetz
  • Director: Todd Phillips

Joker was a very different kind of comic book movie. It earned rave reviews, set box office records and won Joaquin Phoenix an Oscar while telling a dark and violent story that seemed only loosely based on the comics that the Batman villain originally came from. Get ready for more as Joker: Folie à Deux brings Phoenix back to the role of the Joker with Lady Gaga joining with him to put her own spin on Harley Quinn.

Smile 2

Caitlin Stasey in Smile

Caitlin Stasey in Smile (Image credit: Paramount Pictures)
  • Release date: October 18
  • Cast: TBD
  • Director: Parker Finn

Putting new meaning to a creepy smile, the 2022 horror movie Smile became a surprise hit. So no surprise, Smile 2 is on the way. Details are scarce at the moment, though we know the original movie's director is back to helm the sequel.

Terrifier 3

David Howard Thorton as Art the Clown in Terrifier 2

David Howard Thorton in Terrifier 2 (Image credit: Dark Age Cinema)
  • Release date: October 25
  • Cast: David Howard Thornton, Lauren LaVera, Samantha Scaffidi, Elliott Fullam
  • Director: Damien Leone

Fans are getting more of the horror franchise that reportedly made people pass out in movie theaters, as Art the Clown is back at it in Terrifier 3. Now he's taking over another holiday, as the movie is set to be a Christmas horror movie.

Wolf Man

  • Release date: October 25
  • Cast: Christopher Abbott
  • Director: Leigh Whannell

One of Universal's classic movie monsters is getting a refresh, as Wolf Man helps round out spooky season in 2024. Director Leigh Whannell is familiar with the concept, as he did the same for the critically-acclaimed reimagining of The Invisible Man in 2020.

November 2024 new movies

The Amateur

  • Release date: November 8
  • Cast: Rami Malek, Caitriona Balfe, Rachel Brosnahan, Julianne Nicholson, Holy McCallany, Laurence Fishburne, Adrian Martinez, Takehiro Hira
  • Director: James Hawes

Robert Littell's spy novel gets a movie adaptation in The Amateur, powered by an all-star cast and a director who has worked on some of the best TV shows of the last few years. The movie will see a CIA cryptographer get trained up so he can go after a terrorist group that was responsible for the death of his wife.

Paddington in Peru

Paddington Bear leans out of the train in Paddington 2.

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  • Release date: November 8 (UK); January 17, 2025 (US)
  • Cast: Ben Whishaw, Hugh Bonneville, Emily Mortimer, Imelda Staunton, Madeleine Harris, Samuel Joslin, Jim Broadbent, Olivia Colman, Antonio banderas, Carla Tous
  • Director: Dougal Wilson

Everyone's favorite bear returns with Paddington in Peru. As the title suggests, the movie is going to pick up its London roots from the first two movies and take place mainly in Peru and along the Amazon rainforest. The movie right now is not slated to come out to early 2025 for US audiences, but fingers crossed they move it up closer to the UK release date so we can enjoy the wholesome fun these movies have been.

Venom 3

Venom: Let There Be Carnage

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  • Release date: November 8
  • Cast: Tom Hardy
  • Director: Kelly Marcel

Tom Hardy's Venom gets to complete this trilogy, as what we're just calling Venom 3 for now (the official title hasn't been announced) helps cap off Sony's year of Spider-Man adjacent characters on the big screen. The third Venom movie was originally slatted for a summer 2024 debut, but the movie's fall release is in line with its previous two premieres, which worked out pretty well at the box office.

Alto Knights

  • Release date: November 15
  • Cast: Robert De Niro, Debra Messing, Katherine Narducci
  • Director: Barry Levinson

While Robert De Niro's most recognizable collaborator is Martin Scorsese, the Oscar-winning actor has also worked frequently with Barry Levinson over their careers, and will do so again with Alto Knights. The fourth project the two have worked together on (following Wag the Dog, What Just Happened and The Wizard of Lies), Alto Knights is a gangster movie that depicts two notorious New York crime bosses and their deadly collision course.

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever

  • Release date: November 15
  • Cast: TBA
  • Director: Dallas Jenkins

Barbara Robinson's Christmas family book and play is being made into a movie (for the second time), as The Best Christmas Pageant Ever will help make the festive season in 2024. The movie comes from the creator of The Chosen, who here will tell the story of a group of "the worst kids in the history of the world" as they put on a Christmas pageant at their church.

Gladiator 2

Russell Crowe in Gladiator

Russell Crowe in Gladiator (Image credit: Universal Pictures/Atlaspix/Alamy Stock Photo)
  • Release date: November 22
  • Cast: Paul Mescal, Barry Keoghan, Denzel Washington, Joseph Quinn, Connie Nielsen, Pedro Pascal
  • Director: Ridley Scott

Movie fans are getting the chance to return to the colosseum with Ridley Scott's long awaited sequel to his Best Picture-winning movie Gladiator. However, one key component will be missing from Gladiator 2 — Russell Crowe's Maximus won't be back (not surprising considering how the first movie ended). There's still plenty of star power in the movie though to make up for that, including Denzel Washington, Pedro Pascal, Paul Mescal and Barry Keoghan headlining the cast.

Moana 2

Moana (Auli'i Cravalho) with Maui (Dwayne Johnson)

(Image credit: Disney)
  • Release date: November 27
  • Cast: TBD
  • Director: Dave Derrick Jr. 

Moana 2 is setting sail in 2024. Originally supposed to be a TV series, Disney made the call to switch it to a feature-length movie. The story sees Moana receive an unexpected call from her ancestors that requires her to journey to the seas of Oceania into dangerous waters. Providing songs for Moana and Maui to sing this time are Abigail Barlow, Emily Bear, Opetaia Foa'i and Mark Mancina.

Wicked Part 1

Cynthia Erivo in Wicked

Cynthia Erivo in Wicked (Image credit: Universal Pictures)
  • Release date: November 27
  • Cast: Cynthia Erivo, Ariana Grande, Michelle Yeoh, Jeff Goldblum, Jonathan Bailey, Bowen Yang, Keala Settle, Brownwyn James, Ethan Slater, Marissa Bode
  • Director: Jon M. Chu

The hit Broadway musical is getting a movie adaptation, as Wicked is set to be one of the bigger movies of 2024. The musical is actually being split into two parts (part two is currently dated for November 26, 2025). In case you aren't familiar with Wicked, it is a prequel story to The Wizard of Oz, telling how Elphaba and Glinda became the Wicked Witch of the West and the Good Witch, respectively. Can the movie enter into the conversation of best movie musicals

December 2024 new movies

Karate Kid Movie 2024

Ralph Macchio and Jackie Chan

Ralph Macchio and Jackie Chan (Image credit: Sony Pictures)
  • Release date: December 13
  • Cast: Jackie Chan, Ralph Macchio
  • Director: Jonathan Entwistle

Cobra Kai may be ending with its upcoming season 6, but the Karate Kid legacy is going to live on with a new, currently untitled, Karate Kid movie. Ralph Macchio is set to reprise his role as Daniel LaRusso from the original movies and Cobra Kai, while Jackie Chan is also signed up, reprising his role of Mr. Han from the 2010 reboot of the franchise. But we don't yet know who is the next Karate Kid, as a nationwide search is underway.

Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim

First-look art from 'The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim' showing hordes of orcs and an oliphaunt

First-look art from The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim (Image credit: Warner Bros. Pictures)
  • Release date: December 13
  • Cast: Brian Cox, Gaia Wise, Miranda Otto, Luke Pasqualino, Lorraine Ashbourne, Yazdan Qafouri, Benjamin Wainwright, Laurence Ubong Williams, Shaun Dooley, Michael Wildman, Jude Akuwudike, Bilal Hasna, Janine Duvitski
  • Director: Kenji Kamiyama

The Lord of the Rings universe is expanding, not just in its story but also in its format. The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim is an animated feature (with some reports suggesting it may lend closely to anime style) that tells the story of Helm's Deep 183 years before the events of Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings movies.

Mufasa: The Lion King

Mufasa: The Lion King logo

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  • Release date: December 20
  • Cast: Aaron Pierre, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Seth Rogen, Billy Eichner, John Kani
  • Director: Barry Jenkins

After rebooting The Lion King in 2019 with hyper-realistic animal characters, Disney is returning to Pride Rock once again with Mufasa: The Lion King, but this time with a story that focuses on Mufasa's origin story. How did the young lion become the respected king that we see in The Lion King? That's what we expect this movie to explore.

Sonic the Hedgehog 3

First look at Shadow in Sonic the Hedgehog 3

First look at Shadow in Sonic the Hedgehog 3 (Image credit: Paramount Pictures)
  • Release date: December 20
  • Cast: Ben Schwartz, James Marsden, Colleen O'Shaughnessey, Idris Elba, Jim Carrey
  • Director: Jeff Fowler

Sonic raced into movie theaters in 2020 (after a little character design tweak the internet demanded) and became an instant hit. So much so that we are getting our third Sonic the Hedgehog movie already in 2024. There's not a whole lot we know about the plot of the movie yet, save that the character Shadow (teased in the image above) is set to be a new villain in the movie.


Lily-Rose Depp in Nosferatu

Lily-Rose Depp in Nosferatu (Image credit: Focus Features)
  • Release date: December 25
  • Cast: Bill Skarsgård, Nicholas Hoult, Lily-Rose Depp, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Emma Corrin, Ralph Ineson, Simon McBurney, Willem Dafoe
  • Director: Robert Eggers

The original movie vampire is back. Not Dracula, but Nosferatu. A modern-day remake of the classic 1922 vampire movie, Robert Eggers brings his touch to the proceedings along with an exceptional cast, led by an actor who knows how to play terrifying monsters, Bill Skarsgård.

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