10 Must-Watch Films of 2024, Including Joker 2 and Paddington in Peru

As we navigate the cinematic landscape of 2024, a notable absence of CGI-filled superhero sagas has taken center stage, with DC and Marvel taking an unexpected hiatus. 

Deadpool 3 stands as an exception, but anticipation is tinged with skepticism. 

In a departure from the expected Blue Beetle or Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania, other films are poised to redefine the movie experience in the coming year.

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A Glimpse into 2024

As we navigate the cinematic landscape of 2024, a notable absence of CGI-filled superhero sagas has taken center stage, with DC and Marvel taking an unexpected hiatus.

While sequels and reboots are still in abundance, a promising shift in tone is evident. Dune: Part Two promises a captivating continuation, and auteurs like Bong Joon-ho, Jordan Peele, George Miller, and Barry Jenkins mark their eagerly awaited comebacks.

To pique your interest, here are some of the most anticipated films scheduled for release in the UK in 2024:

Poor Things (12 January)

Emma Stone leads a hyper-surreal adaptation of Alasdair Gray’s eccentric bestseller, directed by Yorgos Lanthimos.

The Book of Clarence (19 January)

A biblical comedy directed by Jeymes Samuel, featuring a star-studded cast including Lakeith Stanfield, James McAvoy, Omar Sy, David Oyelowo, Benedict Cumberbatch, and Caleb McLaughlin.

The Zone of Interest (2 February)

Jonathan Glazer’s fourth film explores domestic life adjacent to Auschwitz, presenting a horrifying yet compelling narrative.

The Iron Claw (9 February)

A wrestling drama featuring Zac Efron, Harris Dickinson, and Jeremy Allen White, showcasing the story of the Von Erich family.

Evil Does Not Exist (1 March)

A festival award-winning film by Japanese director Ryûsuke Hamaguchi, offering a unique take on the clash between a construction company and an idyllic village.

Dune: Part Two (9 March)

The highly anticipated sequel, delayed but featuring new additions Florence Pugh, Austin Butler, and a more prominent role for Zendaya.

Monster (15 March)

Directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda, the film follows a mother confronting a teacher about her son’s disturbing behavior, winning Best Screenplay at Cannes.

Drive-Away Dolls (15 March)

An exciting lesbian caper movie directed by Ethan Coen, featuring Margaret Qualley, Geraldine Viswanathan, Pedro Pascal, Matt Damon, and Colman Domingo.

Lisa Frankenstein (22 March)

A Diablo Cody creation, directed by Zelda Williams, where Kathryn Newton embarks on a murderous rampage with a resurrected Victorian-era teenager.

Mickey 17 (29 March)

Bong Joon-ho’s sci-fi thriller based on Edward Ashton’s novel, starring Robert Pattinson as a space-travelling clone, supported by an impressive ensemble cast.

As we await the cinematic offerings of 2024, these films promise a diverse and captivating journey beyond the realm of superheroes, offering fresh narratives and unexpected twists.

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