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After a 2022 where not every movie will perform as expected (with the exception of Top Gun Maverick) amid a mix of a lack of strong titles, a still-reluctant theater audience in some markets and some productions failures with more content. politician that attractive scripts, the dates of the best films for 2023 are here.

The rating of “best movies to see in 2023” is perhaps somewhat subjective, and has more to do with the anxiety of the audience fanatics of brands like Marvel and DC or super successful franchises like Screm and Fast and Furious.

As every year, the strongest titles in terms of the possibility of succeeding at the box office are usually concentrated between May and July, although December is also a more than strong month, depending on what the distributors are offering.

Here’s a short review of the best movies to see in 2023 and their release dates:

Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania: February 17, 2023
Paul Rudd’s littlest Avenger heads to the Quantum Realm, the secret universe beneath us, in the follow-up to 2018’s Ant-Man and The Wasp. There he meets Kang the Conqueror (Jonathan Majors), the newest big villain in the mcu

After its time in the cinemas, it will premiere in Disney Plus.

Scream 6: March 10, 2023.
Sidney Prescott is not returning for the final installment of the Scream revival, leaving California for New York City. But his masked nemesis won’t miss a chance to expand his kill zone. The new star of Scream, Melissa Barerra, said that the new film is “possibly a hundred times bloodier”.

Shazam: Wrath of the Gods: March 17, 2023
Shazam is experiencing a crisis of confidence. He doesn’t believe he deserves his godly powers, and with the help of his friends, he must prove himself worthy of his powers in order to save the world.

After its release in cinemas, it will premiere on HBO Max.

John Wick 4: March 24, 2023
In the fourth installment of the franchise starring Keanu Reeves, who prepares to fight the Marquis de Gramont (played by Bill Skarsgård).

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves: March 31, 2023
Chris Pine stars as a charming thief who slays dragons, battles evil wizards and engages in witty one-liners with his band of misfits (played by Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean Page and Justice Smith) in this action-fantasy epic based on in the incredibly popular role-playing game.

Super Mario Bros: April 7, 2023
Mario is on a mission to save the Mushroom Kingdom from his old nemesis King Bowser (Jack Black) in this animated film based on the iconic Nintendo video game series.

Guardians of the Galaxy 3: May 5, 2023
The team of misfits led by Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) is trying to make the world a more peaceful place. But when one of their own needs their help, they embark on a dangerous mission that could mean the end of the Guardians.

After its time in the cinemas, it will premiere exclusively in Disney Plus.

Fast 10: May 19, 2023
The Fast and Furious franchise is almost at its end, as it is the penultimate installment of the saga. With a budget of around $340 million and the participation of Brie Larson, Rita Moreno and Jason Momoa, it is clear that the film will not go unnoticed.

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts: June 9, 2023
Optimus Prime, Bumblebee and the rest of the Autobots are back in the latest installment of the sci-fi blockbuster produced by Michael Bay. This time, the Transformers are waging an epic battle on the streets of New York City.

Elementary: June 16, 2023
In Pixar’s latest, the elements react. The rom-com fantasy feature takes place in Element City, where residents made of air, water, fire and earth mingle, but don’t always connect. When Ember, a passionate young woman, and Wade, a boy you’ll let yourself be carried away by, realize that they can’t really touch each other, they look for other ways to bond.

After its time in the cinemas, it will premiere exclusively in Disney Plus.

The Flash: June 16, 2023 (if nothing goes wrong)
The much hyped The Flash movie, would arrive after delays and delays on June 16, 2023. A new trailer is expected during Super Bowl 2023.

After its release in theaters, it will premiere exclusively on HBO Max

Indiana Jones and the Call of Destiny: June 30, 2023
Indy’s latest adventure starring Harrison Ford. Director James Mangold is at the helm of the fifth installment of the action series, which features Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Antonio Banderas and Mads Mikkelsen.

Mission Impossible 7: Dead Reckoning Part One: July 14, 2023
Like every other Mission: Impossible film, the mysterious seventh installment of the action series has a Tom Cruise performing some of the most dangerous stunts ever to hit the screen. The film also features Eugene Kittridge, the former director of the IMF in 1996’s Mission: Impossible, who once again fell out with Ethan Hunt.

The best movies to watch in 2023: Ant-Man, Scream 6, Fast 10 and more

Oppenheimer: July 21, 2023
The star-studded biopic, including Cillian Murphy and Robert Downey Jr., directed by Christopher Nolan tells the story of how J. Robert Oppenheimer became the “father of the atomic bomb.”

The Marvels: July 28, 2023
Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) is seen in Kamala Khan/Ms. Marvel (Iman Vellani) and SWORD Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris).

After its time in the cinemas, it will premiere exclusively in Disney Plus.

Dune: Part 2: November 3, 2023
Denis Villeneuve’s science fiction epic continues where the first part ended: Paul Atreides (Timothée Chalamet) seeks to avenge his father and save the universe with the help of Chani (Zendaya) and the Fremans, the guardians of the spice

Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom: December 25, 2023
Aquaman (Jason Momoa) must befriend an unlikely ally to help save the world from ancient evil. According to reports, he will have another friend by his side in the sequel directed by James Wan: Batman.

After its release in cinemas, it will premiere on HBO Max.

These are some of the best films of 2023. The dates correspond to the narrows in the United States and may change in other markets or according to the decisions of the distributors.

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