The 2024 New Films We Can’t Wait To See


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The 2024 New Films We Can't Wait To See

The 2024 New Films We Can’t Wait To See

The 2024 Films We Can’t Wait To See

Is 2024 going to surpass 2023 in terms of filmmaking? There was an abundance of amazing movies released last year, including Barbie, Oppenheimer, Poor Things, and Killers of the Flower Moon. What then does this year offer that might be able to rival that?

We have something for everyone, whether they are searching for action films that are completely insane, comedies with stars as big as they are jokes, musicals full of attitude, heart-wrenching dramas based on true stories, or comedies with stars as big as jokes.

The 2024 film preview from Mashable is arranged according to release date.


The 2024 New Films We Can’t Wait To See


The Snow Society

Society of the Snow, which is based on the same-titled book by Pablo Vierci, tells the chilling tale of the passengers who survived the 1972 Andes flight disaster.

In route to Chile, Uruguayan Air Force Flight 571 was scheduled to transport a men’s rugby team, but it crashed in a mountain range in South America. Stuck in a harsh, unforgiving environment with little food, this group had to band together to survive in any way they could.

You might still want to watch this adaptation even if you already know the story. Society of the Snow, which was directed by J.A. Bayona (The Impossible, A Monster Calls,

The Orphanage), not only garnered positive reviews from critics upon its Venice International Film Festival premiere, but also managed to land Spain’s nomination for the Best International Feature Film Oscar.

This is your opportunity to watch the film prior to the Jan. 23 announcement of the 2024 Oscar nominations.

Starring: Esteban Kukuriczka, Diego Vegezzi, Matías Recalt, Agustín Pardella, Tomás Wolf, and Enzo Vogrincic

How to watch: Netflix launches Society of the Snow. January 4.


Feeling Sadness

Daniel Levy, a director on Schitt’s Creek, makes his feature film debut directing Good Grief, a heartfelt film about a widower attempting to move on following the death of his spouse. Levy not only directed the film, but he also wrote it and plays the movie’s central bereft man.

Following a year of heartbreak following the untimely death of his extravagant husband (Luke Evans), Marc (Levy) embarks on a trip to Paris accompanied by his closest friends,

Thomas (Himesh Patel) and Sophie (Ruth Negga). The City of Love turns out to be a place of painful revelations, heartache, and possibly even healing.

Daniel Levy, Emma Corrin, Kaitlyn Dever, David Bradley, Himesh Patel, Ruth Negga, and Luke Evans in leading roles

How to watch: Netflix launches Good Grief. January 5.

The 2024 New Films We Can’t Wait To See

The 2024 New Films We Can’t Wait To See

Swimming at Night

You don’t have to wait for Halloween to enjoy a scary movie; check out director Bryce McGuire’s feature-length version of his well-received short film from 2014.

A family in Night Swim is hoping for a new beginning in their new house, but there’s something off about the pool. James Wan’s production, Night Swim, is expected to release in 2024 with a new wave of eye-catching horror.

Starring are Wyatt Russell, Gavin Warren, Amélie Hoeferle, and Kerry Condon.

How to watch: On January 5, Night Swim hits theaters.


The Man with the Bees

Whether they are the sweaty eroticism of Serenity, the comical literalness of Monster Trucks, or the killer-doll delights of M3GAN, January is the ideal month for ridiculously funny films.

Our winter gift for 2024 is The Beekeeper, starring Jason Statham as the title apiarist. He’s made a peaceful and beautiful life for himself producing honey, but when his former life as an operative resurfaces, he embarks on a revenge quest akin to that of John Wick.

What if we told you that the director of this action film, David Ayer, is also the man behind Suicide Squad and End of Watch? Would that still excite you? We assure you: Be present.

Jason Statham, Josh Hutcherson, Bobby Naderi, Minnie Driver, Phylicia Rashad, and Jeremy Irons in leading roles

How to watch: On January 12, The Beekeeper hits theaters.


Clarence’s Book

Author/director Jeymes Samuel dazzled audiences with his Black Western The Harder They Fall, which included a hilarious story of action and retribution along with bits of actual Wild West history and an all-star cast. He is now infusing the Bible with that energy.

In The Book of Clarence, which is set in Jerusalem in the year 33 A.D., LaKeith Stanfield plays a man who longs to be like Jesus “now.”

Clarence aspires to be a divine prophet in order to better himself and his family. However, as the first teaser makes clear, this puts him in conflict with James McAvoy’s character, Pontius Pilate, who will question his authority.

Alfre Woodard, Teyana Taylor, Michael Ward, LaKeith Stanfield, Omar Sy, Anna Diop, RJ Cyler, David Oyelowo, Eric Kofi-Abrefa, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, James McAvoy, and Benedict Cumberbatch are among the actors starring.

How to watch: On January 12, The Book of Clarence hits theaters.


Angry Girls

This time, Tina Fey’s beloved teen comedy is returning, and from the first trailer, you might not be able to tell that it’s a musical.

This 2004 comedy/adaptation of the Broadway musical, directed by Samantha Jayne and Arturo Perez Jr., also revolves around the new girl Cady (played by Angourie Rice).

She gets schooled when she meets the Plastics, who are queen bee Regina George (played by Reneé Rapp from Sex Lives of College Girls) and her cool friends Gretchen (Bebe Wood) and Karen (Avantika). It seems that being well-liked can be a huge pain.

Get the burn book out and start singing along.

Starring: Tim Meadows, Jenna Fischer, Ashley Park, Busy Philipps, Reneé Rapp, Auli’i Cravalho, Jaquel Spivey, Bebe Wood, Avantika, Tina Fey, and Angourie Rice

How to watch: On January 12, Mean Girls hits theaters.

The 2024 New Films We Can’t Wait To See

The 2024 New Films We Can’t Wait To See

Individual Dependency

One of the highlights of SXSW 2023 was this crazy romantic comedy, which stars and was written by Jake Johnson.

The New Girl actor makes his feature-length directing debut as a middle-aged loser who has been dumped by his girlfriend and is living with his mother when he receives an irresistible offer.

As stated in our review: “Consider the scenario where Andy Samberg shows up in a limo and offers to change your life. Perhaps you’ve hit a slump. You might just enjoy limousines.

“Who doesn’t?” he’ll exclaim, flashing that famously silly smile. You get on that ride, of course? That is the peculiar, fascinating Self Reliance inciting incident. Additionally, it is absurd, funny, and mind-bending right from the hook.”

Wayne Brady, Andy Samberg, Christopher Lloyd, Jake Johnson, and Anna Kendrick in the lead roles

How to watch: On January 12, Self Reliance premieres on Hulu.


starting point

The real-life American historical narratives that beg for further understanding serve as sources of inspiration for filmmaker Ava DuVernay.

The documentary 13th demonstrated the widespread injustices of the prison industrial complex, while Selma provided a close-up view of one of Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic marches.

The Central Park Five’s miscarriage of justice was revealed by the miniseries When They See Us from a personal perspective, tearing it apart from the sensational headlines. However, Origin is her most audacious work to date.


This movie is both an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents and a sort of biopic of author Isabel Wilkerson, who suffered severe personal setbacks while pursuing her most recent academic obsession.

The nonfiction piece examines the similarities between Nazi Germany, modern India, and antebellum America in terms of institutionalized prejudice.

Origin is a profound, political, and personal story that goes far beyond the suffering and realizations of a single woman. It’s an entreaty to widen and unblink your eyes.

Starring: Nick Offerman, Audra McDonald, Niecy Nash-Betts, Jon Bernthal, Connie Nielsen, Vera Farmiga, and Finn Wittrock

How to watch: On January 19, Origin hits theaters.


Miller’s Daughter

Have you ever imagined Wednesday Addams making out with Bilbo Baggins? I see. Congratulations, because Miller’s Girl is bringing you as close to realizing your dream as possible—aside from fan fiction, that is.

Miller’s Girl, written and directed by Jade Halley Bartlett, features Jenna Ortega as a young writer and Martin Freeman as her teacher, who are developing a complex relationship. This psychological thriller looks unsettling, twisted, and possibly even steamy, with major The Crush vibes.

Starring are Gideon Adlon, Bashir Salahuddin, Jenna Ortega, Dagmara Domi?czyk, and Martin Freeman.

How to watch: On January 26, Miller’s Girl hits theaters.


The 2024 New Films We Can’t Wait To See

The 2024 New Films We Can't Wait To See
The 2024 New Films We Can’t Wait To See



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