Another year is just around the corner and with it will come an infinite number of new films that lovers of the seventh art are looking forward to seeing, whether they are titles that have been postponed or those that will then come naturally.

Before getting into the matter, I remind you that we have also reviewed the 27 most anticipated premiere series of 2022 and that you also have available our list of the best Netflix movies so far this year and its equivalent in the form of series both on the same platform and generally.

‘Avatar 2’

Avatar 2

A whopping 12 years are going to finally have to wait until we see the first sequel to ‘Avatar’, the highest grossing movie of all time. James Cameron repeats at the helm of ‘Avatar 2’, a feature film that also involves his reunion with Kate Winslet , with whom he already collaborated on ‘Titanic’.

‘Daggers in the back 2’ (‘Knives Out 2’)

Netflix is ​​constantly looking for franchises and here it was lucky to be able to get hold of someone else’s, since the first installment directed by R ian Johnson and led by Daniel Craig was a great box office success. Now they meet again in a new mystery for the peculiar Benoit Blanc that will arrive exclusively on the platform.

‘For Argy’

For Argy

Matthew Vaughn ‘s new film brings together Henry Cavill, Sam Rockwell, Bryce Dallas Howard, Bryan Cranston, Catherine O’Hara, John Cena and Samuel L. Jackson in a thriller in which a novelist suffering from amnesia begins to remember that he was once a great spy known by the name that gives the tape its title.

‘The grandmother’

A film that unites Paco Plaza behind the cameras and Carlos Vermut in the script is something that should always be kept track of. In addition, ‘La abuela’ promises to be a horror work to take into account that once again explores the fears associated with old age, although surely not in the way that many expect.


Fifth installment of the popular horror saga, but also the first without Wes Craven behind the scenes. Behind her we have those responsible for the very entertaining ‘Wedding Night’, but there is always the question of whether this return to Woodsboro will really be worth it. With everything, I will be the first to sign delighted.

‘Licorice Plaza’

Any new Paul Thomas Anderson film is an event for lovers of the seventh art and ‘Licorice Plaza’ is not going to be an exception’. Here he will once again have well-known faces such as Bradley Cooper, Sean Penn, Maya Rudolph, John C. Reilly or Ben Stiller, but the true protagonists of these romantic comedies are two little-known actors -one of them the son of the sadly deceased Philip Seympur Hoffman- called to leave a mark in Hollywood.

“The tragedy of Macbeth”

Joel Coen adapts the legendary work of William Shakespeare in a film that promises to be very faithful to the original material. My partner Jorge defined ‘Macbeth’ as ​​dark and with leaks to the horror genre. I don’t know about you, but that has already cleared up any doubts he might have about the need to see it, and it also helps to have a cast with Denzel Washington, Frances McDormand or Brendan Gleeson .


Jared Leto becomes Marvel’s living vampire in ‘Morbius’, an adventure in the superhero universe created by Sony. A superhero movie that promises to be different from the usual and flirt with horror movies.

‘The alley of lost souls’ (‘Nightmare Alley’)

Guillermo Del Toro has finally been able to make ‘The Alley of Souls movies’ a reality, a film that he already tried to carry out in the 90s without being able to succeed. Now he has managed to do it with an impressive cast with actors such as Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett, Rooney Mara, Willem Dafoe or Toni Collette . It tells the story of a faker who gets ahead by pretending he can read minds.


Roland Emmerich once again plays with the idea of ​​the end of the world, with an imminent direct collision of the Moon against the Earth as a threat from which it seems impossible to escape. Halle Berry, Patrick Wilson, John Bradley, Charlie Plummer and Donald Sutherland lead the cast of ‘Moonfall’.


Tom Holland leads this long-awaited adaptation of one of the most popular video game literary sagas of recent times. Of course, here the prequel formula has been chosen to tell the origins of the protagonist of ‘Uncharted’. Mark Wahlberg and Antonio Banderas join Holland in leading this film directed by Ruben Fleischer .

‘The Batman’

Gotham’s hero returns in a new version of his adventures with Robert Pattinson leading a spectacular cast and the promise of focusing more on his facet as a detective. With Matt Reeves behind the scenes, who has already done a great job in bringing him to the planet of the apes universe, ‘The Batman’ promises to be the great superhero movie of 2022.

‘Turning Red’

New original Pixar film that this time will address that transition stage between childhood and adolescence, telling the story of a young woman who, when she gets too upset, transforms into a huge red panda.

‘Sonic 2: The Movie’

The first installment was one of the last blockbusters before the coronavirus pandemic changed our lives forever. For the sequel, it is committed to continuity, with James Marsden and Jim Carrey once again leading the cast and Jeff Fowler directing. Among the novelties of ‘Sonic: The movie 2’ stands out the signing of Idris Elba to give voice to Knuckles.

‘Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore’ (‘Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore’)

The eventful third installment of the saga led by Eddie Redmayne returns with Mads Mikkelsen replacing Johnny Depp in the role of Grindelwald and the promise of a greater role for Jude Law as Dumbledore. We’ll see if all the controversy doesn’t end up affecting the public’s reception of ‘Fantastic Beasts: Dumbledore’s Secrets’.

‘Ambulances. Plan of escape

Michael Bay returns to the big screen with ‘Ambulance. Escape plan’, remake of a 2005 Danish film that tells the story of a man who needs money to pay for an operation for his wife, for which a criminal friend convinces him to rob a bank, and of course, things don’t go as they expected. Jake Gyllenhaal, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Eiza González are its protagonists.

‘The lost city’ (‘The Lost City’)

Sandra Bullock, Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe and Brad Pitt star in this action comedy directed by Aaron and Adam Nee. Her story revolves around an attempted kidnapping involving a touring lonely novelist modeled on the cover of her latest book, which will end up with both of them in the jungle.

‘The Northman’ (‘The Northman’)

Robert Eggers proved to be one of the most interesting directors today thanks to ‘The Witch’ or ‘The Lighthouse’, and with ‘The Northman’ he promises to take an important step forward in his career. Here he will tell us how a Nordic prince from the 10th century seeks revenge for the death of his father. He eyed the cast of him with, among others, Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman, Anya Taylor-Joy, Willem Dafoe, Ethan Hawke and Björk .


The new film by Álex de la Iglesia should have reached us last year after passing through Sitges, but it was finally postponed, perhaps to touch up the editing and thus offer the public a more refined version? In a few months we will find out, and also when The Fear Collection label has a future.

‘Downton Abbey: A New Age’

The universe created by Julian Fellowes is so popular that those responsible have not been able to resist the temptation of a new film in which the Crawleys travel to France. In ‘Downton Abbey: A New Age’ we will see again the characters played by Maggie Smith , Michelle Dockery , Hugh Bonneville , Laura Carmichae, Elizabeth McGovern and Allen Leech

‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ (‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’)

Benedict Cumberbatch has already regained his Marvel character in ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’, and here, obviously, he will have to deal with the consequences of what happens there. Also be aware of the fact that he marks the return of Sam Raimi to superhero movies.

‘Top Gun: Maverick’

Top Gun Maverick

Tom Cruise ‘s return to one of the most emblematic characters of his career has been delayed several times due to the coronavirus. This time it seems that it will be the good one and ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ will hit theaters to destroy everything, relaunch the career of Miles Teller and return to place director Joseph Kosinski at the forefront of Hollywood.

‘Jurassic World: Dominion’

Colin Trevorrow returns to the franchise he helped relaunch, again with Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard . However, I suspect many will have more interest in ‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ reuniting Sam Neill, Laura Dern and Jeff Goldblum.


A spin-off and at the same time a prequel to ‘Toy Story’, since the new Pixar film delves into the story of the real astronaut who inspired the creation of Buzz Lightyear. Chris Evans gives the voice to the protagonist ‘Lightyear’, a new feature film by Angus MacLane , co-director of ‘Finding Dory’.

‘The unbearable weight of a huge talent’ (‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’)

Nicolas Cage plays himself in a movie that promises to be one of the funniest comedies of the coming year. Here he goes through a bad time and is forced to accept a rather peculiar job that will lead him to participate in the birthday party of his biggest fan, played by Pedro Pascal .


Escape From Spiderhead

Chris Hemsworth leads the new Joseph Kosinski film written by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick, the duo behind ‘Welcome to Zombieland’ or ‘Deadpool’. His story also sounds appealing, as it tells the story of two inmates in the near future who find themselves in a facility that experiments on its prisoners using emotion-altering drugs.

‘Black Phone’

Scott Derrickson returns to horror movies in ‘Black Phone’ after passing through Marvel with ‘Doctor Strange’. Here he explores the story of a fearsome street magician played by Ethan Hawke who kidnaps children. The boy destined to be his next victim discovers that he can contact the previous dead, finding there a chance to get out of his encounter with him alive…



Almost a decade has passed since the premiere of ‘The Great Gastby’, the previous feature film by Baz Luhrmann , a filmmaker who is now back with a biopic about Elvis Presley, played for the occasion by Austin Butler. Its cast also includes Tom Hanks, Olivia DeJonge, Yola Quartey, Luke Bracey, Kelvin Harrison Jr., Dacre Montgomery, Helen Thomson, Richard Roxburgh and David Wenham.

‘Minions: El origen de Gru’ (‘Minions: The Rise of Gru’)


The friendly and very popular yellow creatures return in a sequel to ‘The Minions’ that promises to delve into Gru’s first steps as evil. In ‘Minions: The Origin of Gru’ his objective will be to impress a supergroup of villains of whom he declares himself an unconditional fan.

‘Thor: Love and Thunder’

The God of Thunder played by Chris Hemsworth returns in his fourth solo adventure that has the added bonus of bringing Natalie Portman back to the franchise. With Taika Waititi back behind the scenes, ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ promises to be one of the most colorful blockbusters of 2022.

‘The invisible agent’ (‘The Gray Man’)

It promises to be Netflix’s biggest movie to date. Starring two stars like Chris Evans and Ryan Gosling , with a cast that also includes Ana de Armas, Billy Bob Thornton, Regé-Jean Page or Jessica Henwick and with the presence behind the scenes of the Russo Brothers , responsible for ‘Avengers :end me’.

‘Bullet Train’

Brad Pitt collaborates with David Leitch again after his cameo in ‘Deadpool 2’. Let’s remember that Leitch also co-directed ‘John Wick’ at the time, as well as taking care of ‘Atómica’. Here he will tell us how five murderers coincide on a train trip, discovering in the middle of it that their missions are not unrelated to each other. Joey King, Andrew Koji, Aaron Taylor-Johnson , Brian Tyree Henry, Zazie Beetz, Masi Oka, Michael Shannon, Logan Lerman, Hiroyuki Sanada, Karen Fukuhara, Bad Bunny, and Sandra Bullock complete the cast.

‘¡Nop!’ (‘Nope’)

Nope Jordan Peele

Jordan Peele ‘s new horror film after surprising us with ‘Let me out’ and confirming his talent for the genre with ‘Us’. Its plot is a mystery, but it is known that Steven Yeun, Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer and Terry Notary lead its cast.



A biopic about Marylin Monroe that has given much to talk about due to its supposedly high sexual content. Ana de Armas gets into the shoes of the legendary actress in a project that filmmaker Andrew Dominik had been trying to get off the ground for a long time.

‘Halloween: The final’

Halloween Ends

The new trilogy about Michael Myers comes to an end with a film that according to director David Gordon Green will be much more intimate than its predecessors. As is logical, Jamie Lee Curtis returns again in ‘Halloween Ends’ to once again face one of the most mythical murderers in movie history.

‘Black Adam’

Dwayne Johnson becomes the DC character in this new collaboration of his with Spanish director Jaume Collet-Serra . Noah Centineo , Aldis Hodge , Sarah Shahi , Quintessa Swindell and Pierce Brosnan complete the cast of ‘Black Adam’.

‘Enola Holmes 2’

Enola Holmes 2

Netflix has found one of its new great franchises here. With the hook of the presence of Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill at the head of the cast and the good memories left by the first, ‘Enola Holmes 2’ promises to be another good-level pastime.

‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’

Wakanda Forever Namor

The sudden death of Chadwick Boseman cast doubt on the future of the ‘Black Panther’ saga, but Marvel decided to continue with it without signing an actor to replace Boseman. Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Letitia Wright, Winston Duke, Angela Bassett, and Dominique Thorne lead the film.