During this 2023, adventure films such as ‘The Three Musketeers: D’Artagnan’ and ‘The Portable Door’, fast-paced action thrillers such as ‘Operation Kandahar’ and ‘Silent Night’ and chilling genre films such as ‘The Black Demon’ will be released. ‘ and ‘Saw X’, among other titles. We present them to you one by one in order of arrival.
Leave us in the comments which one you won’t miss or which one you won’t go to see in theaters for anything in the world.
‘THE THREE MUSKETEERS: D’ARTAGNÁN‘ – APRIL 14 IN THEATERS
Produced by Dimitri Rassam (The little Prince) and Pathé Films (Eiffel, the Asterix and Obelix franchise, Burning Notre-Dame) in co-production with FromAPlaneta, Constantin Films and M6 Films, The Three Musketeers is the long-awaited adaptation of the most famous French adventure novel of all time, written by alexander dumas.
To pay homage to the richness and density of the work, the story unfolds in two films, The Three Musketeers: D’Artagnan and The Three Musketeers: Milady directed by the filmmaker martin bourboulon (responsible for successes such as Eiffel and dad or mom) and written by the writing duo matthieu delaporte and Alexandre de la Patellière (The best is yet to come, The name).
Renowned French actors vincent cassell (eastern promises), the nominee for a Golden Globe eva green (Royal Casino), Romain Duris (A new friend), Pio Marmaï (Zoe and Tempest), actor and filmmaker louis garrell (little women) and the actress from Luxembourg and winner of the European Film Award for Best Actress in 2022, vicky krieps (The Invisible Thread), give life to the emblematic characters of the saga. They are accompanied by the new promises of French cinema Francois Civil (Our life in Burgundy) in the role of d’Artagnan and the dazzling lyna khoudri (The French Chronicle), who plays Constance Bonacieux, his love interest.
d’Artagnan (Francois Civil) an intrepid young man, is left for dead after trying to save a young woman from being kidnapped. When he arrives in Paris, he tries by all means to find his attackers. However, he is unaware that the search for him will lead him to the heart of a war in which the future of France is at stake. Together with Athos (vincent cassell), Porthos (Pio Marmaï) and Aramis (Romain Duris), three brave musketeers of the king (louis garrell), D’Artagnan confronts the dark machinations of Cardinal Richelieu. However, it is when he falls madly in love with Constance Bonacieux (lyna khoudri), the queen’s confidant (vicky krieps), when d’Artagnan will really put himself in danger. Well, this passion will take him on the trail of who will become his great enemy: Milady de Winter (eva green).
With a budget of more than 72 million euros and armed with a stellar cast and a solid technical team, it is one of the most ambitious European film projects of the year.
‘THE PORTABLE DOOR‘ – APRIL 28 IN THEATERS
The iconic studio The Jim Henson Company (Sesame Street, The Muppets, The Dark Crystal, Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro), returns to the big screen with a story full of magic, fantasy, romance and adventure. Based on the homonymous novel by Tom Holtthe film stars young British actors patrick gibson (Tolkien, Mighty Minds) and Sophie Wilde (talk to me).
They are accompanied by renowned international performers such as the two-time Oscar winner Christopher Waltz (Django Unchained, Inglourious Basterds), the Australian Sam Neil (Jurassic Park, The piano) and miranda otto (The War of the Worlds, The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers). They complete the deal jessica de gouw (Gretel & Hansel: A Dark Fairy Tale), damon herriman (Once upon a time… in Hollywood), Rachel House (Thor: Ragnarok), chris pang (Crazy Rich Asians) and Christopher Sommers (Elvis).
Paul Carpenter (patrick gibson) is a likeable intern at a mysterious London company with unconventional recruiters. Among them is the mysterious CEO (Christopher Waltz) that aims to revolutionize the ancient wizarding world with modern corporate practices.
Leon Fordactor, director and screenwriter is responsible for adapting the novel to the big screen. Jeffrey Walkera director with extensive experience in television, is in charge of directing it.
‘Alice, honey‘ – MAY 19 IN THEATERS
Alice, honey is the first feature of the director and actress Mary Nighydaughter of renowned actors Bill Nighy (A matter of time, The bookstore) and Diana Quick (Stalin’s death, Return to Brideshead). The Oscar® nominee Anna Kendrick (A small favor, Giving the note) is the protagonist of this dramatic thriller presented worldwide at the Toronto Film Festival, which also includes the participation of the actresses Kaniehtiio Horn (On the road), Wunmi Mosaku (Strange house) and the actor charlie carrick (The Wolf and the Lion).
Alice (Anna Kendrick) is a woman on the edge. At thirty, she lives in a situation of psychological abuse perpetuated by her boyfriend, Simon, who has trapped her in a state of paralysis. During a vacation in the countryside with her two best friends, Alice will rediscover the essence of herself and finally gain the perspective she so desperately needs. However, Simon’s revenge for her partner’s unexpected elopement is as inevitable as it is devastating, and once unleashed, she will test Alice’s stamina, her courage, and the strength of her bond with him. her friends
Considered the best interpretation of Anna Kendrick to date by renowned specialized media such as The Guardian, The Playlist, Telegraph, Empire and The Film Stage, Alice, honey He has also participated in renowned festivals such as the FIN Atlantic International Film Festival, Calgary Film Festival, Philadelphia Film Festival, Miami Film Festival and the Palm Springs International Film Festival.
‘OPERATION KANDAHAR‘ – JUNE 16 IN THEATERS
Gerard Butler (El Piloto, 300) meets again with Ric Roman Waugh after Greenland: The Last Refuge (2020) and Objective: Washington DC (2019) to offer us a new dose of action and adrenaline with Operation Kandahar. Produced by Gerard Butler (G-BASE), Thunder Road Pictures, Capstone Group and MBC Studios the film is the first international blockbuster shot entirely in Saudi Arabia.
accompany Gerard Butler in his adventure Navid Negaban (Aladdin, The Sniper), Bahador Foladi (My ‘perfect’ sister), ali fazal (Death on the Nile, Queen Victoria and Abdul) and Travis Fimmel, the iconic Ragnar Lothbrok from the “Vikings” series. The Spanish macgregor (Fall, Vivarium) is the cinematographer of this fast-paced film set in the desert of Afghanistan.
After sabotaging an Iranian nuclear reactor, CIA agent Tom Harris (Gerard Butler) discovers that his identity has been revealed to the media after an informant exposed the CIA’s involvement in the reactor’s destruction. Harris has only 30 hours to reach the Kandahar airport (Afghanistan) and avoid his death and capture. To get it, he will need the help of an Afghan translator named Mo (Navid Negaban) who despises the violence and bloodshed caused by the war. Pursued by dangerous threats, including the ruthless assassin Kahil (ali fazal), Tom and Mo will be forced to join forces to reach Kandahar in one piece.
THE BLACK DEMON – JULY 7 IN THEATERS
The actor Josh Lucas (Le Mans ’66, Sweet Home Alabama) stars in this bloody marine thriller directed by Adrian Grunbergan expert in high voltage films and who has worked with Sylvester Stallone in Rambo: Last Blood and with Mel Gibson in Vacation in hell.
While Paul Sturges (Josh Lucas) goes on vacation to Bahía Azul with his family, from the depths of the sea rises an enormous megalodon known only by its name: The Black Demon.
‘SPINNING GOLD’ – AUGUST 4 IN THEATERS
Michelle Monaghan (Mission: Impossible: Fallout), Peyton List (“Mad Men”), Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets), Dan Fogler (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), Jeremy Jordan (The Last Five Years) and the rappers Wiz Khalifa and Jason Derulo star in the compelling story of Neil Bogart and his Casablanca Records label, which shaped 1970s musical pop culture in America with groups like Kiss, Donna Summer and The Village People. It is directed and written by Timothy Scott Bogart, the son of Neil Bogart, with the help, in second unit direction, of his brother Quinn Scott Bogart.
Neil Bogart, a lower-class Jew who became a millionaire as the founder of Casablanca Records in 1974, and is credited with discovering and nurturing some of music’s biggest stars. KISS, Parliament, Donna Summer and The Village People are just a few of the groups and singers that were on the roster of Casablanca Records, one of the biggest labels in 1970s pop culture.
‘SILENT NIGHT’ – SEPTEMBER 8 IN THEATERS
After more than 20 years without working in the North American industry, the multi-award-winning master of action John Woo (Paycheck, Mission: Impossible 2, Face to Face) returns with Silent Night, a film that has been shot without any lines of dialogue in the script.
Joel Kinnaman (Suicide Squad), Catalina Sandino Moreno (The Most Violent Year) and musician/actor Kid Cudi (X) star in this brutal tour de force written by Robert Archer Lynn (Road to Vengeance).
A grieving father exacts his revenge against a ruthless gang on Christmas Eve.
‘SAW X’ – OCTOBER 27 IN THEATERS
Tobin Bell, the mythical Jigsaw from the first installments, returns to the chilling saga that has crowned him as one of the faces of American horror movies. Directed by Kevin Greutert, who already took charge of Saw VI and Saw VII 3D and written by the writing duo Josh Stolberg and Pete Goldfinger (Saw VIII, Spiral. Saw and the Piranha saga), this new installment promises large doses of gore. , terror and anguish.