Top 5 Movie Releases in November 2022

With November setting in, we have officially entered the last segment of 2022. As the year ends, we have a list of the upcoming end-of-the-year film releases for 2022.

The holiday movie season is here, so studios are looking to get their finest and brightest award contenders into theatres alongside their big-budget crowd-pleasers. As a result, our monthly list of most anticipated films covers a diverse range of superheroes, cartoon adventures, twisting thrillers, and more. There were so many great options that we ended up with a three-way tie for fifth place! Continue reading for the most anticipated films of November!

Release Date: November 11

Has a Marvel picture ever failed to top the box office in its first month? Wakanda Forever carries greater weight than the ordinary MCU film because it deals with Chadwick Boseman’s death and serves as the last chapter of Phase 4. What is the identity of the mysterious new Black Panther glimpsed in the trailer? What role will Tenoch Huerta’s Namor play in the future of the MCU? The film’s box office projections are stratospheric, so we’ll most likely find out on opening weekend.

#2 on Facebook and Instagram, #3 on Twitter, #4 on Youtube
Release Date: November 18

The Menu’s success this month may be due to a combination of curiosity and the inclusion of fan favourites Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult, and Ralph Fiennes, but early reviews indicate that the anticipation is justified. Taylor-Joy and Hoult play a couple who travel to a remote island to eat the unique food prepared by a world-renowned chef (Fiennes), only to discover something far more surprising awaits them. The picture appears to be a twisting piece of fun with a wonderful supporting cast, so it’s no surprise it ranked this high.

#3 on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube; #5 on Twitter
Release Date: November 23

Steven Spielberg has regularly injected personal touches into his films, but never as explicitly as he did in The Fabelmans. While the film incorporates fictional characters performed by Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, Seth Rogen, and others, it is mostly based on Spielberg’s own youth, depicting the narrative of a little kid growing up in Arizona who aspires to be a filmmaker. It’s not the first – or the last – film this year to draw on a director’s personal life narrative, but this one boasts an all-star cast, and come on. We’re talking about Steven Spielberg here.

#4 on Facebook and Twitter, #5 on YouTube (tied)
Release Date: November 11 (limited), December 9 (Netflix)

No, this isn’t the Pinocchio starring Tom Hanks as Geppetto, which was released earlier this year and earned mixed reviews. This is the stop-motion animated Pinocchio, directed by Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson and starring Ewan McGregor, Tilda Swinton, Cate Blanchett, Christoph Waltz, and others. This one premiered to rave acclaim at the London Film Festival and will be available in limited distribution on November 11, but if you can’t locate it in a theatre near you, you can watch it on Netflix on December 9.

#2 on Twitter
Release Date: November 23

Finally, this month’s No. 5 is a three-way tie, and we’ll begin with Bones and All. Luca Guadagnino reteams with Timothée Chalamet, who starred in Call Me by Your Name, in this dark coming-of-age romance about a couple of young lovers (Chalamet and Taylor Russell) who share a desire for human flesh and hit the road together. In other words, ideal for Thanksgiving watching. This one finished second in our Twitter poll but didn’t make the top five on any other platform.

#2 on YouTube
Release Date: November 23

Like Bones and All, this latest offering from Walt Disney Pictures rose to second place in our YouTube vote but received little attention on any of our other social media channels. Searcher Clade, a modest farmer who finds stuck on a strange globe and must reconcile with his long-lost explorer father (Dennis Quaid) in order to survive, is played by Jake Gyllenhaal. It doesn’t look to be an Encanto-sized hit, but it gives families something to watch on Thanksgiving that isn’t, you know, cannibals on the run.

#4 on Instagram, #5 on Facebook and YouTube (tied)
Release Date: November 4 (Netflix)

The final sequel to Netflix’s smash hit Enola Holmes sees Millie Bobby Brown reprise the title role and Henry Cavill reprise his role as her older, more famous brother Sherlock. This time, Enola launches her own detective business. She takes on her first case, assisting a poor matchstick girl in locating her missing sister before the situation escalates into something more sinister. This one was towards the bottom of our polls but garnered just enough interest to join the preceding two submissions in fifth place.

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