2022 was a great year for films, but 2023 is absolutely going to give it a run for its money. From comedies like Bottoms to dramas like Killers of the Flower Moon, horror films like The Nun 2 to action flicks like The Marvels, there's great stuff to look forward to in every genre. By the end of 2023, with this lineup and everything else coming out throughout the year, we might be looking back at 2023 as one of the truly great film years. Here are the films coming out in 2023 to get excited about.

Editor's note: This article was updated October 2023 to include Thanksgiving.

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Killers of the Flower Moon (October 6)

The Exorcist: Believer (October 13)


Pain Hustlers (October 27)

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Saw X (October 27)

Saw - Jigsaw - baseball cap

Five Nights at Freddie’s (October 27)

Freddy Fazbear in 'Five Nights at Freddy's'
Image via Blumhouse

Priscilla (October 27)


The Holdovers (October 27)

Paul Giamatti as Paul Hunham in The Holdovers
Image via Focus Features

Rustin (November 3)


The Marvels (November 10)

The Killer (November 10)

Image via Columbia Pictures

Thanksgiving (November 17)

Untitled Please Don't Destroy Comedy (November 17)

Please don't destroy
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The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (November 17)

Next Goal Wins (November 17)

May/December (November 17)

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Napoleon (November 22)

Joaquin Phoenix on the poster for Napoleon
Image via Apple 

Wish (November 22)

Wish Disney

Saltburn (November 24)

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The Bikeriders (December 1)

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Poor Things (December 8)

Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget (December 15)chicken-run-image-1

Wonka (December 15)

Timothee Chalamet as Willy Wonka
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Maestro (December 20)

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The Iron Claw (December 22)

Image via A24

Rebel Moon (December 22)

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The Color Purple (December 25)

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (December 25)


Ferrari (December 25)

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The Actor (TBA)

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Blended image showing a poster for The Lobster and Yorgos Lanthimos.

Argylle (TBA)

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Blitz (TBA)

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Civil War (TBA)


The End (TBA)

Tilda swinton in the eternal daughter
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Good Grief (TBA)

dan levy the big brunch social featured
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The Boy and the Heron (TBA)

Hayao Miyazaki - IMDb

I Saw the TV Glow (TBA)

Justice Smith in The Voyeurs
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Leave the World Behind (TBA)

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Love Lies Bleeding (TBA)

Kristen Stewart in 'Personal Shopper'

MaXXXine (TBA)

Mia Goth in 'X' (2022)
Image via A24

Megalopolis (TBA)

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Monkey Man (TBA)

The Green Knight Dev Patel
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Nightbitch (TBA)

Louise Banks standing on a field looking pensive in Arrival.
Image via Paramount Pictures

Poolman (TBA)


Pussy Island (TBA)


Rebel Ridge (TBA)

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Spaceman (TBA)

a joint photo of a man and a book

The Trashers (TBA)

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Unfrosted: The Pop-Tart Story (TBA)


The Way of the Wind (TBA)


The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar (TBA)


Browse our most anticipated movies that have already been released:

M3GAN (January 6)

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You People (January 27)

Julia Louis Dreyfus in You People
Image via Netflix

Infinity Pool (January 27)

Mia Goth as Gabi sitting in a chair on the beach in Infinity Pool
Image Via Elevation Pictures

Knock at the Cabin (February 3)

Ben Aldridge as Eric in Knock at the Cabin
Image via Universal Pictures

Magic Mike's Last Dance (February 10)

Salma Hayek and Channing Tatum about to kiss in Magic Mike's Last Dance
Image Via Warner Bros.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania (February 17)


Linoleum (February 24)

Image via SXSW

Cocaine Bear (February 24)

Keri Russell as Sari in Cocaine Bear
Image via Universal

Creed III (March 3)

Michael B. Jordan in Creed III
Image via Warner Bros. Pictures

Scream VI (March 10)

Scream 6 Jasmin Savoy Brown Mason Gooding
Image via Universal Pictures

65 (March 17)


Shazam! Fury of the Gods (March 17)

Anthea raising her arms and using her power in Shazam Fury of the Gods
Image via Warner Bros

The Tutor (March 24)

Garrett Hedlund in The Tutor
Image via Vertical

John Wick: Chapter 4 (March 24)

John Wick Chapter 4 Keanu Reeves car
Image via Lionsgate

A Good Person (March 24)

Florence Pugh in A Good Person
Image Via Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Tetris (March 31)

Taron Egerton as Henk Rogers in Tetris
Image via Apple TV+

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves (March 31)

Sophia Lillis as Doric in Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves
Image via Warner Bros. 

Heart of a Lion (March 31)


Air (April 5)

Matt Damon and Viola Davis in Air
Image via Amazon Studios

The Super Mario Bros. Movie (April 7)

Super Mario Galaxy 2 Mario Yoshi Lumas
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Mafia Mamma (April 14)

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Renfield (April 14)

Nicolas Cage as Dracula in Renfield
Image via Universal Pictures

Beau Is Afraid (April 21)

Image via A24

Evil Dead Rise (April 21)

Deadite Ellie (Alyssa Sutherland) clutching on to the bathtub in Evil Dead Rise
Image via Warner Bros.

Peter Pan & Wendy (April 28)

Image via Disney+

Are You There God? It's Me, Margaret (April 28)

Rachel McAdams and Abby Ryder Fortson in Are You There God_ It's Me, Margaret
Image via Lionsgate Films

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (May 5)

Zoe Saldana as Gamora in Guardians of the Galaxy
Image via Marvel Studios

Fool's Paradise (May 12)

Ken Jeong and Charlie Day in Fool's Paradise
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Hypnotic (May 12)

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White Men Can’t Jump (May 19)

Jack Harlow as Jeremy and Sinqua Walls as Kamal in White Men Can't Jump
Image via Hulu

Fast X (May 19)

brir larson in fast x

Master Gardener (May 19)

The main cast members of Master Gardener
Image via Magnolia Pictures

You Hurt My Feelings (May 26)

Julia Louis-Dreyfus as Beth
Image via A24

The Little Mermaid (May 26)

Halle Bailey as Ariel in The Little Mermaid
Image via Disney

Showing Up (May 27)

Michelle-Williams as Lizzy and André 3000 as Eric in Showing Up
Image via A24

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse (June 2)

Patrick O'Hara aka Web-Slinger from 'Spider-Man Across the Spider-verse' , he is a masked cowboy pointing a gun at the camera and he is upside down

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts (June 9)

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Asteroid City (June 16)

Steve Carell as the Motel Manager in Asteroid City
Image via Focus Features

Elemental (June 16)

Promotional Still of Elemental 2x1
Image via Walt Disney Studios 

The Flash (June 16)

A still from The Flash featuring Albert Desmond (played by Rudy Mancuso), Barry Allen (played by Ezra Miller), and Patty Spivot (played by Saoirse-Monica Jackson).

Nimona (June 30)

Nimona Chloe Grace Moretz smile
Image via Netflix

Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny (June 30)

Mads Mikkelsen in 'Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny'
Image via Lucasfilm

Joyride (July 7)

Deadeye, Audrey, Kat, and Lolo surrounded by goats.
Image via Lionsgate

Insidious: Fear the Dark (July 7)

Patrick Wilson as Josh Lambert in Insidious: The Red Door
Image via Sony 

Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning Part One (July 12)

Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) jumps off a cliff on a motorbike.
Image via Paramount Pictures

Oppenheimer (July 21)

Cillian Murphy in Oppenheimer
Image via Universal Studios

Barbie (July 21)

Margot Robbie smiling in Barbie
Image via Warner Bros. Pictures

The Haunted Mansion (July 28)

Rosario Dawson in 'Haunted Mansion'
Image via Disney

The Beanie Bubble (July 28)

The Beanie Bubble Elizabeth Banks Zach Gailifianakis
Image via Apple TV+

Red, White & Royal Blue (August 11)

Gran Turismo (August 11)

Image via Sony

Blue Beetle (August 18)


Strays (August 18)

Reggie, voiced by Will Ferrell, in Strays
Image via Universal

Bottoms (September 1)

The Nun 2 (September 8)

The Nun

Dumb Money (September 22, Limited Release)

The Creator (September 29)

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