The most anticipated movies of 2022

The most anticipated movies of 2022

Here's a list of the most anticipated movies of 2022. Grab your popcorn!

Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore

A favorite of many Harry Potter's Universe's fans – the third part of Fantastic Beasts comes out this spring. Professor Albus Dumbledore knows that the powerful dark mage Gellert Grindelwald is seeking to take over the wizarding world. Unable to stop him from acting alone, he solicits the magizoologist Newt Scamander to assemble a team.

The Batman

New Batman director Matt Reeves decided to reimagine the timeless comic book plot about the knight of justice fighting lawlessness in dark Gotham City. A young Bruce Wayne is played by Robert Pattinson, and his on-screen partner Catwoman is played by Zoe Kravitz. The enemies are the psychopathic Enigma (Paul Dano) and Penguin by a hardly recognizable Colin Farrell. The film is partly based on Frank Miller's comic book "Year One," which was once the basis for Christopher Nolan's "Batman: The Beginning."

Amsterdam

A curious movie about three friends who have witnessed a murder, become suspects themselves and then finally have uncovered what had happened that day. The movie is set in 1930's and follows one of the most outrageous stories in the American history. The cast consists of  Christian Bale, Margot Robbie, John David Washington, Rami Malek, Chris Rock, Zoe Saldaña, Anya Taylor-Joy, and other movie stars.

C'mon, C'mon

The black-and-white touching indie drama by Mile Mills starring Joaquin Phoenix, Gaby Hoffmann and Woody Norman. The main character – a radio journalist Johnny visits his sister Viv in Los Angeles. She asks him to watch her son Jesse while she is away. This is where the story starts, since Johny takes his nephew on a trip across the United States that will change their lives.

Death on the Nile

Hercule Poirot again investigates a mysterious murder that happened during a summer cruise on the Nile. The movie is based on Agatha Christie's well-known detective novel with the same name. The film features Kenneth Branagh, Armie Hammer, Gal Gadot, and other movie stars. The novel had already been adapted into a film in 1978 by John Gillermin.

The Worst Person in the World 

A new movie from the Norwegian director Joachim Trier who brought audiences the disturbing thriller "Thelma" and the complex drama about drug addiction "Oslo, August 31st". This time, he combined a romantic story with a coming-of-age romance to produce a delicate romantic comedy. Medical student Julie is "the worst person in the world" because she leaves two men, lies and cheats, but here's the paradox: she also evokes a lot of sympathy because of her incredible vulnerability. She is scared to make the irreversible choices, almost as anyone in their twenties.

Avatar 2

The long-awaited (for 12 years) sequel to James Cameron's sci-fi "Avatar". The main characters, Jake (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Saldana) have a family with children. They also take care of another child – Miles Socorro who was born on the military base on Pandora and couldn't go to Earth because he was too young. Neytiri feels that something is going to happen, and apparently it turns out that humans still intend to conquer Pandora. Another curious detail is that part of the movie was filmed underwater.