The 5 most anticipated movies of November 2022

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We’ve finally reached the holiday movie season, which means studios are looking to bring their best and brightest award contenders into theaters alongside their crowd-pleasing big-budget movies. Y that It means that our monthly list of the most anticipated movies includes an eclectic mix of superheroes, animated adventures, twisted thrillers and more. There were so many good choices, in fact, that we ended up in a triple tie for fifth place! Read on to find out the most anticipated movies of November!


#1 on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube
Release date: November 11

Has there ever been a Marvel movie that didn’t top the list in the month it was released? Even with that said, wakanda forever It carries more weight than the typical MCU installment, dealing with the passing of Chadwick Boseman and serving as the final chapter of Phase 4. Who is the new Black Panther we glimpse in the trailer? How will Tenoch Huerta’s Namor figure in the future of the MCU? Box office predictions for the movie are huge, so we’ll probably all know come opening weekend.


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

It may be a combination of sheer curiosity and the involvement of fan-favorite stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Nicholas Hoult and Ralph Fiennes that prompted The menu to No. 2 this month, but early reviews say the hype is justified. Taylor-Joy and Hoult play a couple who travel to a remote island to sample exotic cuisine from a world-renowned chef (Fiennes), only to discover that something far more shocking awaits them. The movie looks a bit funny and twisted, and it has a great supporting cast, so it’s no surprise that it’s gotten so high.


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

Steven Spielberg has often infused his movies with personal touches, but he has never done it as directly as he does in The Fabelmans. While the film features fictional characters played by Michelle Williams, Paul Dano, Seth Rogen and more, it is essentially based on Spielberg’s own childhood and tells the story of a boy growing up in Arizona who dreams of becoming a filmmaker. It’s not the first movie this year, nor the last, to be based on a director’s own life story, but this one has an excellent cast, and come on. This is Steven Spielberg we’re talking about here.


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

No, this is not the pinocchio with Tom Hanks as Geppetto; that one came out earlier this year and wasn’t particularly well received by critics. This is stop-motion animation pinocchio, starring co-directors Guillermo del Toro and Mark Gustafson with help from Ewan McGregor, Tilda Swinton, Cate Blanchett, Christoph Waltz and more in voice roles. This premiered at the London Film Festival to rave reviews and opens in a limited release on November 11, but if you can’t find it in a theater near you, you can wait until it opens on Netflix on December 9.


#2 on Twitter
Release date: November 23

Finally, we have a triple tie at No. 5 this month, and we’ll start with bones and all. Luca Guadagnino teams up again with his call me by your name Timothée Chalamet stars in this dark coming-of-age romance about a pair of young lovers (Chalamet and Taylor Russell) who share a taste for human flesh and hit the road together. Perfect Thanksgiving viewing, in other words. This came in second place in our Twitter poll, but strangely failed to crack the top five on any other platform.


#2 on Youtube
Release date: November 23

Similar to bones and all, this latest offering from Walt Disney Pictures shot up to second place in our YouTube poll, but barely registered a mention on any of our other social media channels. He is voiced by Jake Gyllenhaal as Searcher Clade, a humble farmer stranded on an unknown world who must reconcile with his long-lost explorer father (Dennis Quaid) in order to survive. Doesn’t look like this is going to be a Charmmid-sized hit, but it offers something for families 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)

Lastly, we have the follow-up to Netflix’s pandemic success. Enola Holmes, which sees Millie Bobby Brown return to the title role and Henry Cavill as her older brother, Sherlock. This time, Enola opens her own detective agency and takes on her first case, helping a poor matchgirl find her missing sister, before she begins to turn into something much more. Sinister. This one came near the bottom of our polls, but registered enough interest to sneak in alongside the previous two entries in fifth place.


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