The year is drawing closer to an end, but there are still so many things left to do! You’ve got to finish that novel you’ve been working on, or maybe you still need to lose fifteen pounds to reach your weight loss goal for the year. Perhaps you’ve been meaning to hire someone to remodel your kitchen, or maybe you’re a physician that’s been wanting to mention hiring an assistant to help around at work, such as a scribe from Provider’s Choice Scribe Services.
There’s plenty of work to be done, but that doesn’t mean you can’t relax at the same time; with several great movies yet to hit the theaters this year, you still have a couple of months to take a breather and munch on some popcorn before New Year resolutions call for productivity. And after a year full of delays and cancellations, it’s a relief to finally have some movies to watch on the big screen. Here are some highly anticipated films still releasing this year.
What better way to enjoy the spooky season than with a good old-fashioned horror movie? “Halloween Kills” is a follow-up to 2018’s “Halloween,” taking place directly after its events. Jamie Lee Curtis’ casting as Laurie from the original films is a welcome addition, bringing a classic take to a fresh story. This is an excellent film if you’re seeking some nostalgic throwback and don’t mind blood, guts, and sleeping with the lights on.
Based on the insanely popular science fiction books, “Dune” releases in theaters on October 22nd. This space exploration flick contains many popular faces, among such are Jason Momoa, Dave Bautista, Zendaya, Josh Brolin, and Oscar Issac, along with several others. If you’re a fan of spectacular visuals, space travel, and amazing acting, this film is a must-see.
A new player enters the Marvel arena in the form of “Eternals” on November 5th. Starring Richard Madden, Angelina Jolie, and Jon Snow himself, Kit Harrington, the movie will deal with ancient, cosmic beings known as “Eternals,” their place in the universe, as well as “Celestials,” which are essentially gods–little “g.”
Spider-Man: No Way Home
The third standalone “Spider-Man” film within the MCU swings to the big screen on December 17th. This highly anticipated third installment will see Tom Holland reprising his role as the wall-crawler as he deals with the fallout of having his identity revealed in the previous film. Not only that, but familiar faces of separate “Spider-Man” franchises will be gracing the screen, such as “Doc Ock” and “The Green Goblin” from the Sam Rami trilogy, as well as Jamie Foxx from “The Amazing Spiderman 2.” The real question: Are we going to see Toby and Andrew?
The Matrix: Resurrection
Neo is back for the fourth film in the “Matrix” franchise on December 22nd. Starring Keanu Reeves, the film will serve as both a continuation of the story as well as a “soft” reboot for the franchise as a whole. Fans of “The Matrix,” as well as Keanu lovers alike, will rejoice in the possibility of an entirely new trilogy with the classic sci-fi film. So, what will it be? The red pill, or the blue?
Hopefully, some of these flicks caught your attention, but if not there’s always next year, and it’s going to be a wild one. If you’re quick, you might be able to catch some movies releasing in early October, such as “Venom: Let There Be Carnage,” and “No Time to Die,” which brings Daniel Craig’s time as the famous “James Bond” to a close. Bring a date, bring a friend, or see one yourself! You definitely don’t want to miss these blockbusters.
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