The Washington Post lists some of the films that will come to you in local movie house’s ….
They include sequel’s ‘Avatar:The Way of Water’ , Black Pather: Wander Forever., Puss and Boots: the Lash Wish and Emancipation, featuring Will Smith….
This year, women are taking center stage in a number of films, including “She Said,” a fact-based tale of #MeToo reporting; “Nanny,” a horror-infused immigrant tale by Nikyatu Jusu; “Women Talking,” based on real-life rapes in a Mennonite community; and the Whitney Houston biopic “I Wanna Dance With Somebody.” Even the next Black Panther is likely to be a woman.
But there’s another, more meta theme of movies about movies this year. From “Bardo” (about a filmmaker experiencing a midlife crisis) to “Babylon” (set in the early days of Hollywood), and from “Empire of Light” (centering on workers in an English seaside cinema) to “The Fabelmans” (Steven Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical coming-of-age saga), this season’s offerings focus on filmmakers holding a mirror up to themselves.
Opening dates are subject to change….
Here’s the Link.…
image…From left, Sigourney Weaver as Kiri, Zoe Saldana as Neytiri, Jamie Flatters as Neteyam, Britain Dalton as Lo’ak, Trinity Bliss as Tuk and Sam Worthington as Jake Sully in “Avatar: The Way of Water.” (20th Century Studios)