2023 movies: every release in 2023

Jason Momoa's Aquaman in The Lost Kingdom
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For fans of costumed crime fighters, intergalactic odysseys, old school action serials, and creepy classics, it has proven to be a very important year at the cinema, with a stunning variety of 2023 movies. Admittedly, those types of stories can be found all the time (including throughout our upcoming 2024 movies schedule, as well), but they especially describe the movies coming out in this particular year.

Of course, there are more than just upcoming superhero movies (including upcoming Marvel movies) to look forward to, as well as upcoming horror movies, too. Let's go through all of the 2023 movie releases we saw.

NOTE: Releases from previous months have been shifted to the bottom of the page.

December 2023 Movie Releases

Timothee Chalamet in Wonka

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Put these December 2023 movies on your holiday wish list. Academy Award nominee Timothée Chalamet embodies a younger version of Roald Dahl’s famous chocolatier in Wonka, Jason Momoa reprises his water-based DC superhero role in Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom, and star and director Bradley Cooper portrays Leonard Bernstein in Netflix’s Maestro. Also, check your list twice for a pair of upcoming A24 movies (The Zone of Interest and The Iron Claw), Yorgos Lanthimos’ bizarre satire, Poor Things, and a new musical version of The Color Purple, to name a few.

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
The BikeridersRJodie Comer, Austin ButlerDecember 1, 2023
Candy Cane LanePG-13Eddie Murphy, Tracee Ellis RossDecember 1, 2023
Godzilla Minus OnePG-13Minami Hamabe, Sakura AndoDecember 1, 2023
May December (Netflix Release - U.S. and Canada)RNatalie Portman, Julianne MooreDecember 1, 2023
RENAISSANCE: A FILm by BEYONCÉNRBeyoncé, Blue Ivy CarterDecember 1, 2023
Rise of the Footsoldier: VengeanceNRCraig Fairbrass, Tara FitzgeraldDecember 1, 2023
Silent NightRJoel Kinnaman, Catalina Sandino MorenoDecember 1, 2023
The Boy and the HeronPG-13Soma Santoki, Masaki SudaDecember 8, 2023
Leave the World Behind (Netflix Release)REthan Hawke, Julia RobertsDecember 8, 2023
Poor ThingsREmma Stone, Mark RuffaloDecember 8, 2023
The Zone of InterestPG-13Sandra Hüller, Christian FriedelDecember 8, 2023
WonkaPGTimothée Chalamet, Olivia ColmanDecember 15, 2023
Maestro (Netflix Release)RBradley Cooper, Carey MulliganDecember 20, 2023
Rebel Moon: Part One - A Child of Fire (Netflix Release)PG-13Sofia Boutella, Djimon HounsouDecember 21, 2023
All of Us StrangersRPaul Mescal, Andrew ScottDecember 22, 2023
American Fiction (Wide Release)R Jeffrey Wright, Skyler WrightDecember 22, 2023
Anyone But YouRSydney Sweeney, Glen PowellDecember 22, 2023
Aquaman and the Lost KingdomPG-13Jason Momoa, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II December 22, 2023
MigrationPGElizabeth Banks, AwkwafinaDecember 22, 2023
The Iron ClawRZac Efron, Jeremy Allen WhiteDecember 22, 2023
The Boys In The BoatPG-13Joel Edgerton, Courtney Henggeler,December 25, 2023
The Color PurplePG-13Taraji P. Henson, Halle BaileyDecember 25, 2023

January 2023 Movie Releases


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It quickly became apparent that we were in for another good year of horror movies with Blumhouse's killer doll flick, M3GAN, Brandon Cronenberg's unsettling, surreal thriller, Infinity Pool, and Kyle Edward Ball’s haunting game-changer, Skinamarink, in January 2023. We also saw the release of Sarah Polley’s Academy Award-winning drama, Women Talking; the Gerard Butler and Mike Colter-led survival thriller, Plane; and Eddie Murphy and Jonah Hill teaming up for a Netflix exclusive rom-com called You People.

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
M3GANPG-13Allison Williams, Kimberley CrossmanJanuary 6, 2023
Dog Gone (Netflix Release)PGRob Lowe, Kimberly Williams PaisleyJanuary 13, 2023
A Man Called OttoPG-13Tom Hanks, Rachel KellerJanuary 13, 2023
The Devil ConspiracyRAlice Orr-Ewing, Joe DoyleJanuary 13, 2023
House PartyRTosin Cole, Jacob LatimoreJanuary 13, 2023
PlaneRGerard Butler, Mike ColterJanuary 13, 2023
SkinamarinkNRLucas Paul Dali Rose TetreaultJanuary 13, 2023
MissingPG-13Storm Reid, Nia LongJanuary 20, 2023
You People (Theatrical Release)REddie Murphy, Jonah HillJanuary 20, 2023
FearRJoseph Sikora, Tip "T.I." HarrisJanuary 27, 2023
Infinity PoolRAlexander Skarsgård, Mia GothJanuary 27, 2023
Shotgun Wedding (Amazon Prime Release)RJennifer Lopez, Josh DuhamelJanuary 27, 2023
Women Talking (Wide Release)PG-13Jessie Buckley, Rooney MaraJanuary 27, 2023
You People (Netflix Release)REddie Murphy, Jonah HillJanuary 27, 2023

February 2023 Movie Releases

Paul Rudd, Kathryn Newton and Evangeline Lily in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

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There was not just love in the air in February 2023 at the cinema. There was also fear of the apocalypse in M. Night Shyamalan’s Knock at the Cabin, fear of getting attacked by a wild animal on some wild drugs in director Elizabeth Banks’ Cocaine Bear, and a fear that some small heroes might never return to their average size in the MCU’s Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
80 for BradyPGLily Tomlin, Jane FondaFebruary 3, 2023
The Amazing MauricePGHugh Laurie, Emilia ClarkeFebruary 3, 2023
Knock at the CabinRDave Bautista, Jonathan GroffFebruary 3, 2023
ConsecrationRJena Malone, Danny HustonFebruary 10, 2023
Sharper (Theatrical Release)RJulianne Moore, Sebastian StanFebruary 10, 2023
Your Place or Mine (Netflix Release)PG-13Reese Witherspoon, Ashton KutcherFebruary 10, 2023
Ant-Man and the Wasp: QuantumaniaPG-13Paul Rudd, Evangeline LillyFebruary 17, 2023
Of an AgeRThom Green, Hattie HookFebruary 17, 2023
Sharper (Apple TV+ Release)RJulianne Moore, Sebastian StanFebruary 17, 2023
Cocaine Bear RKeri Russell, Ray LiottaFebruary 24, 2023
Jesus RevolutionPG-13Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Kelsey GrammerFebruary 24, 2023
We Have a Ghost (Netflix Release)PG-13David Harbour, Anthony MackieFebruary 24, 2023

March 2023 Movie Release

Keanu Reeves in John Wick: Chapter 4

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March 2023 was a big month for sequels, with the knockout boxing drama, Creed III (also Michael B. Jordan’s directorial debut), the brutal Scream VI (which made a killing at the box office), and the epic John Wick: Chapter 4 arguably cementing the series as – the greatest action franchise ever. We also saw Adam Driver fight dinosaurs in 65, Chris Pine and co. go on a fantastic journey in Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, and Taron Egerton risk his life to bring a “blockbuster” video game to the U.S. with Apple TV+’s Tetris.

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
Creed IIIPG-13Michael B. Jordan, Jonathan MajorsMarch 3, 2023
Operation Fortune: Ruse de GuerreRJason Statham, Aubrey PlazaMarch 3, 2023
65PG-13Adam Driver, Ariana GreenblattMarch 10, 2023
ChampionsPG-13Woody Harrelson, Ernie HudsonMarch 10, 2023
Luther: The Fallen Sun (Netflix Release)RIdris Elba, Andy SerkisMarch 10, 2023
Scream VIRMelissa Barrera, Jenna OrtegaMarch 10, 2023
InsideRWillem Dafoe, Gene BervoetsMarch 17, 2023
Shazam! Fury of the GodsPG-13Zachary Levi, Asher AngelMarch 17, 2023
John Wick: Chapter 4RKeanu Reeves, Laurence FishburneMarch 24, 2023
The Lost KingPG-13Sally Hawkins, Shonagh PriceMarch 24, 2023
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among ThievesPG-13Chris Pine, Justice SmithMarch 31, 2023
A Good PersonRFlorence Pugh, Morgan FreemanMarch 31, 2023
Murder Mystery 2 (Netflix Release)PG-13Adam Sandler, Jennifer AnistonMarch 31, 2023
Spinning GoldRPeyton List, Michelle MonaghanMarch 31, 2023
Tetris (Apple TV+ Release)RTaron Egerton, Nikita EfremovMarch 31, 2023
A Thousand and OneRTeyana Taylor, William CatlettMarch 31, 2023

April 2023 Movie Releases

Mario and Luigi in The Super Mario Bros. Movie.

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April 2023 gave audiences a healthy variety of options to choose from with the movies available to see. You could take the kids to see Illumination's animated adaptation of the Super Marios Bros. video games, get spooked by horror movies like the  bloody family drama, Evil Dead Rise, or Ari Aster’s thoroughly chaotic Beau is Afraid, or learn all about one of boxing’s greatest figures with the biopic, Big George Foreman. You could also experience a range of emotions from seeing Nicolas Cage play Dracula in Renfield or the big screen adaptation of Judy Blume’s iconic coming-of-age novel Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
The Super Mario Bros. MoviePGChris Pratt, Charlie Day April 5, 2023
Chupa (Netflix Release)PGDemián Bichir, Evan WhittenApril 7, 2023
On a Wing and a Prayer (Amazon Prime Release)PGDennis Quaid, Heather GrahamApril 7, 2023
PaintPG-13Owen Wilson, Stephen RootApril 7, 2023
NefariousRSean Patrick Flanery, Jordan BelfiApril 14, 2023
The Pope’s ExorcistRRussell Crowe, Alex EssoeApril 14, 2023
RenfieldRNicolas Cage, Nicolas HoultApril 14, 2023
SweetwaterPG-13Everett Obsorne, Jeremy PivenFriday, April 14, 2023
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: Once & Always (Netflix Release)TV-Y7David Yost, Walter JonesApril 19, 2023
Beau is AfraidRJoaquin Phoenix, Parker PoseyApril 21, 2023
Guy Ritchie's The CovenantRJake Gyllenhaal, Dar SalimApril 21, 2023
Evil Dead RiseRAlyssa Sutherland, Lily SullivanApril 21, 2023
Ghosted (Apple TV+ Release)PG-13Chris Evans, Ana de ArmasApril 21, 2023
Are You There God? It's Me, MargaretPG-13Abby Ryder Fortson, Rachel McAdamsApril 28, 2023
Big George Foreman: The Miraculous Story of the Once and Future Heavyweight Champion of the WorldPG-13Khris Davis, Forest WhitakerApril 28, 2023

May 2023 Movie Releases

Star-Lord and other Guardians of the Galaxy walking off of ship

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May 2023 was a great month to be a fan of Vin Diesel movies with the return of the MCU's cosmic heroes in Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 and the high-octane sequel, Fast X, which turned out to be the first half of a two-parter. It was also a more plentiful month for romance than February with Celine Dion making her acting debut in the Love Again cast; the fun comedy sequel, Book Club: The Next Chapter; and Disney’s live-action remake of The Little Mermaid with Halle Bailey.

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3PG-13Chris Pratt, Zoe SaldanaMay 5, 2023
Love AgainPG-13Priyanka Chopra Jonas, Sam HeughanMay 5, 2023
Book Club: The Next ChapterPG-13Diane Keaton, Jane FondaMay 12, 2023
Knights of the ZodiacPG-13Mackenyu, Madison IsemanMay 12, 2023
The Mother (Netflix Release)TV-MAJennifer Lopez, Joseph FiennesMay 12, 2023
HypnoticRBen Affleck, William FichtnerMay 12, 2023
Rally Road RacersPGJ.K. Simmons, Sharon HorganMay 12, 2023
Fast XPG-13Vin Diesel, Michelle RodriguezMay 19, 2023
MonicaRTrace Lysette, Patricia ClarksonMay 19, 2023
About My FatherPG-13Sebastian Maniscalco, Robert De NiroMay 26, 2023
KandaharRGerard Butler, Bahador FoladiMay 26, 2023
The Little MermaidPGHalle Bailey, Melissa McCarthyMay 26, 2023
The MachineRBert Kreischer, Mark HamillMay 26, 2023
You Hurt My FeelingsRJullia Louis-Dreyfus, Tobias MenziesMay 26, 2023

June 2023 Movie Releases

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

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June 2023 saw the return of many classic heroes, including Miles Morales in the, animated superhero sequel, Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse; Michael Keaton as Batman in the multiverse-spanning DC movie, The Flash; and Harrison Ford in his most iconic role in James Mangold’s Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. The month also saw a sharp send-up of Black horror movies in The Blackening, a thought-provoking commentary on intercultural harmony in Pixar’s romantic Elemental, and an out-of-this-world social satire from Wes Anderson called Asteroid City.

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
The BoogeymanPG-13Chris Messina, Sophaie ThatcherJune 2, 2023
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-VersePGShameik Moore, Hailee SteinfeldJune 2, 2023
Flamin' Hot (Hulu Release)PG-13Jesse Garcia, Annie GonzalezJune 9, 2023
Transformers: Rise of the BeastsPG-13Anthony Ramos, Dominique FishbackJune 9, 2023
The BlackeningRAntoinette Robertson, Dewayne PerkinsJune 16, 2023
ElementalPGMamoudou Athie, Leah LewisJune 16, 2023
Extraction 2 (Netflix Release)RChris Hemsworth, Tinatin DalakishviliJune 16, 2023
The FlashPG-13Ezra Miller, Michael KeatonJune 16, 2023
Asteroid CityRTom Hanks, Margot RobbieJune 16, 2023
Indiana Jones and the Dial of DestinyPG-13Harrison Ford, Phoebe Waller-BridgeJune 30, 2023
Ruby Gillman, Teenage KrakenPGLana Candor, Toni ColletteJune 30, 2023

July 2023 Movie Releases

Margot Robbie smiling in Barbie

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The hottest ticket in July 2023 was Barbenheimer: the unofficial double feature of Greta Gerwig’s Barbie movie and Christopher Nolan's WWII-era biopic, Oppenheimer, which could not have been more different, but curiously came out on the same day. The month also had a few mid-Summer chills and thrills with Patrick Wilson’s directorial debut, Insidious: The Red Door; Disney’s second attempt at a Haunted Mansion movie, and A24’s terrifying teen horror movie, Talk to Me. Of course, we cannot forget seeing Tom Cruise and co. swing back into action for the first half of Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning.

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
Sound of FreedomPG-13Jim Caviezel, Mira SorvinoJuly 4, 2023
Insidious: The Red DoorPG-13Patrick Wilson, Rose ByrneJuly 7, 2023
Joy RideRStephanie Hsu, David DenmanJuly 7, 2023
The LessonRRichard E. Grant, Julie DelpyJuly 7, 2023
The Out-Laws (Netflix Release)RPierce Brosnan, Nina DobrevJuly 7, 2023
Mission: Impossible - Dead Reckoning - Part OnePG-13Tom Cruise, Rebecca FergusonJuly 12, 2023
Theater CampPG-13Ben Platt, Molly GordonJuly 14, 2023
AfireNRThomas Schubert, Paula BeerJuly 21, 2023
BarbiePG-13Margot Robbie, Ryan GoslingJuly 21, 2023
OppenheimerRCillian Murphy, Emily BluntJuly 21, 2023
They Cloned Tyrone (Netflix Release)RJamie Foxx, Teyonah ParrisJuly 21, 2023
The First Slam DunkPG-13Luis Bermudez, Paul Castro Jr.July 28, 2023
Haunted MansionPG-13Rosario Dawson, Owen WilsonJuly 28, 2023
Sympathy for the DevilRNicolas Cage, Joel KinnamanJuly 28, 2023
Talk To MeRSophie Wilde, Joe BirdJuly 28, 2023

August 2023 Movie Releases

Blue Beetle in costume

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Teenagers came to the rescue in August 2023 with the releases of the animated reboot, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant Mayhem, and the feature film debut of Jaime Reyes in DC’s Blue Beetle. We also saw Jason Statham take on another prehistoric shark in Meg 2: The Trench, yet another reinterpretation of Dracula in The Last Voyage of the Demeter, and the inventive video game movie, Gran Turismo, which was inspired by true events.

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutant MayhemPGSeth Rogen, Shamon Brown Jr.August 2, 2023
Meg 2: The TrenchPG-13Jason Statham, Sienna GuilloryAugust 4, 2023
Mob LandRJohn Travolta, Ashley BensonAugust 4, 2023
Go WestNRSean Astin, Mallory EvertonAugust 11, 2023
Heart of Stone (Netflix Release)PG-13Gal Gadot, Jamie DornanAugust 11, 2023
JulesPG-13Ben Kingsley, Zoe WintersAugust 11, 2023
The Last Voyage of the DemeterRDavid Dastmalchian, Nikolai NikolaeffAugust 11, 2023
Passages (Wide Release)NC-17Franz Rogowski, Ben WhishawAugust 11, 2023
Back on the StripRKevin Hart, Colleen CampAugust 18, 2023
Blue BeetlePG-13Xolo Maridueña, Susan SarandonAugust 18, 2023
StraysRWill Ferrell, Jamie FoxxAugust 18, 2023
BottomsRRachel Sennot, Ayo EdebiriAugust 25, 2023
Gran TurismoPG-13David Harbour, Orlando BloomAugust 25, 2023
The HillPGJoelle Carter, Dennis QuaidAugust 25, 2023
You Are So Not Invited to My Bat Mitzvah (Netflix Release)PG-13Adam Sandler, Indina MenzelAugust 25, 2023

September 2023 Movie Releases

Denzel Washington in The Equalizer 3

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Our transition into the fall season was met with a Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning reunion in Antoine Fuqua’s Italy-set The Equalizer 3 and a direct follow-up to the highest-grossing Conjuring Universe spin-off with the spooky The Nun II. There was also more to get spooked by with the haunting whodunnit, A Haunting in Venice and Tobin Bell’s return as Jigsaw in Saw X, a few lighthearted flicks to relax with in the form of My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3 and PAW Patrol: The Mighty Movie, as well as a foreboding vision of the future from Gareth Edwards in The Creator.

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
The Equalizer 3RDenzel Washington, Dakota FanningSeptember 1, 2023
AmerikatsiNRMichael A. Goorjian, Hovik KeuchkerianSeptember 8, 2023
Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the UniversePG-13Max Pelayo, Reese GonzalesSeptember 8, 2023
My Animal (Select Theaters)R Bobbi Salvör Menuez, Amandla StenbergSeptember 8, 2023
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 3PG-13Nia Vardalos, John CorbettSeptember 8, 2023
The Nun IIRBonnie Aarons, Taissa FarmigaSeptember 8, 2023
Satanic HispanicsREfren Ramirez, Jonah RaySeptember 14, 2023
A Haunting in VenicePG-13Kenneth Branagh, Kelly ReillySeptember 15, 2023
Expend4blesRSylvester Stallone, Jason StathamSeptember 22, 2023
Spy Kids: Armageddon (Netflix Release)PGGina Rodriguez, Zachary LeviSeptember 22, 2023
The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar (Netflix Release)PGBenedict Cumberbatch, Ralph FiennesSeptember 27, 2023
The CreatorPG-13John David Washington, Alison JanneySeptember 29, 2023
Dumb Money (Wide Release)RPaul Dano, Seth RogenSeptember 29, 2023
On FirePG-13Peter Facinelli, Fiona DourifSeptember 29, 2023
PAW Patrol: The Mighty MoviePGDax Shepard, Taraji P. HensonSeptember 29, 2023
Reptile (Netflix Release)RBenicio del Toro, Justin TimberlakeSeptember 29, 2023
Saw XRTobin Bell, Shawnee SmithSeptember 29, 2023

October 2023 Movie Releases

Lily Gladstone and Leonardo DiCaprio in Killers of the Flower Moon

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David Gordon Green, director of 2018’s Halloween, revived another iconic horror movie franchise with The Exorcist: Believer – a direct sequel to William Friedkin’s 1973 original and one of many new horror movies that came out just in time for spooky season. Also in October 2023, the legendary Martin Scorsese's Killers of the Flower Moon came to the big screen and will eventually be available to those with an Apple TV+ subscription. Similarly, fellow acclaimed filmmaker David Fincher's a 2023 Netflix movie The Killer got a theatrical run this month before hitting the streaming platform in November.

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
Dicks: The MusicalR Aaron Jackson, Josh SharpOctober 6 2023
The Exorcist: BelieverREllen Burstyn, Leslie Odom Jr.October 6 2023
Fair Play (Netflix Release)RPhoebe Dynevor, Alden EhrenreichOctober 6 2023
FoeRSaoirse Ronan, Paul MescalOctober 6 2023
Dear DavidRAugustus Prew, Andrea BangOctober 13, 2023
Taylor Swift: The Eras TourPG-13Taylor SwiftOctober 13, 2023
Killers of the Flower Moon (Theatrical Release)RJesse Plemons, Leonardo DiCaprioOctober 20, 2023
Nyad (Theatrical Release)PG-13Annette Bening, Jodie FosterOctober 20, 2023
Old Dads (Netflix Release)RBill Burr, Bobby CannavaleOctober 20, 2023
Pain Hustlers (Theatrical Release)REmily Blunt, Chris EvansOctober 20, 2023
Soul MatesRCharlie Weber, Annie IlonzehOctober 20, 2023
Five Nights at Freddy’sPG-13Josh Hutcherson, Elizabeth LailOctober 27, 2023
FreelanceRJohn Cena, Alison BrieOctober 27, 2023
Inspector SunPGRonny ChiengOctober 27, 2023
The Killer (Theatrical Release)RMichael Fassbender, Tilda SwintonOctober 27, 2023
Pain Hustlers (Netflix Release)REmily Blunt, Chris EvansOctober 27, 2023
Priscilla (Limited Release)RCailee Spaeny, Jacob ElordiOctober 27, 2023
SightTBDTerry Chen, Greg Kinnear October 27, 2023

November 2023 Movie Releases

Iman Vellani as Ms. Marvel/Kamala Khan, Brie Larson as Captain Marvel/Carol Danvers, and Teyonah Parris as Captain Monica Rambeau in The Marvels

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We were thankful for all of the exciting releases that hit the big screen and elsewhere in November 2023. For instance, Brie Larson’s Carol Danvers teamed up with Teyonah Parris as Monica Rambeau and Iman Vallani as Kamala “Ms. Marvel” Khan in Nia DaCosta's sequel to Captain Marvel, The Marvels. Also Ridley Scott unveiled his Napoleon biopic starring Joaquin Phoenix, Disney revealed the origins of a certain famous star in Wish, Eli Roth cooked up a feature-length adaptation of Thanksgiving (his faux Grindhouse trailer), and more.

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TitleRatingStarringRelease Date
All Dirt Roads Taste Of SaltPGCharleen McClure, Moses IngramNovember 3, 2023
Nyad (Netflix Release)PG-13Annette Bening, Jodie FosterNovember 3, 2023
Priscilla (Wide Release)RCailee Spaeny, Jacob ElordiNovember 3, 2023
Rustin (Theatrical Release)PG-13Colman Domingo, Chris RockNovember 3, 2023
Sly (Netflix Release)TV-MASylvester StalloneNovember 3, 2023
What Happens LaterRMeg Ryan, David DuchovnyNovember 3, 2023
Dream ScenarioRNicolas Cage, Michael CeraNovember 10, 2023
The Holdovers (Wide Release)RPaul Giamatti, Tate DonovanNovember 10, 2023
The Killer (Netflix Release)RMichael Fassbender, Tilda SwintonNovember 10, 2023
The MarvelsPG-13Brie Larson, Teyonah ParrisNovember 10, 2023
It's a Wonderful KnifeRJane Widdop, Jess McLeodNovember 10, 2023
Journey to BethlehemPGAntonio Banderas, Antonio CantosNovember 10, 2023
Best. Christmas. Ever! (Netflix Release)PGHeather Graham, Brandy NorwoodNovember 16, 2023
The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and SnakesPG-13Rachel Zegler, Tom BlythNovember 17, 2023
May December (Theatrical Release)RNatalie Portman, Julianne MooreNovember 17, 2023
Next Goal WinsPG-13Michael Fassbender, David KightleyNovember 17, 2023
Rustin (Netflix Release)PG-13Colman Domingo, Chris RockNovember 17, 2023
ThanksgivingRJalen Thomas Brooks, Nell VerlaqueNovember 17, 2023
Trolls Band TogetherPGAnna Kendrick, Justin TimberlakeNovember 17, 2023
Please Don't Destroy: The Treasure of Foggy Mountain (Peacock Release)RMartin Herlihy, John HigginsNovember 17, 2023
Leo (Netflix Release)PGAdam SandlerNovember 21, 2023
Leave the World Behind (Theatrical Release)REthan Hawke, Julia RobertsNovember 22, 2023
Maestro (Theatrical Release)RBradley Cooper, Carey MulliganNovember 22, 2023
Napoleon (Limited Theatrical Release)RJoaquin Phoenix, Vanessa KirbyNovember 22, 2023
WishPGAriana DeBose, Alan TudykNovember 22, 2023
Family Switch (Netflix Release)PG-13Jennifer Garner, Ed HelmsNovember 30, 2023
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