This list of movies releasing in 2022 includes some popular franchises and high-profile films. The list includes the second Netflix film from Tyler Perry and “Tall Girl 2,” the sequel to James Cameron’s Avatar, and the upcoming Marvel movie Doctor Strange. Hopefully, you can find something you’ll enjoy in this list. In the meantime, you can check out the trailers and cast lists for these films and more.
Tyler Perry’s second Netflix film
In 2022, Tyler Perry will return to the screen with his second Netflix film, “Madea: Homecoming.” The story follows the great-grandson of Madea (playwright Katrina Bowden), who’s graduating from college. Madea’s homecoming will also include a LGBTQ+ storyline. The film will be shot at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia.
After the success of the first Madea movie, Tyler Perry will return to his role in a new film based on her life story. The film will revolve around her family secrets and her struggle to overcome her past. A Madea Homecoming sequel, starring Leighton Meester, will follow in 2022. Meanwhile, A Madea Homecoming will star Jason Segel, Lily Collins, and Brendan O’Carroll.
The release date of “Made in America” is also being announced for the year. The film will be released on Netflix in 2022 on February 25, at a time of three a.m. Eastern Time, and will be available to streaming services worldwide. For night owls, this means one less movie to wait for. The movie will be available to stream for two hours. There’s no word yet on when the Netflix original version will be released, but we’ll probably know in the coming months.
Ryan Reynolds’ “Tall Girl 2”
Netflix has just released a sequel to its hit film “Tall Girl,” starring Ava Michelle as a teenager who’s taller than everyone else in school. The story revolves around a high school girl, Jody, who has to rise above the crowd to become popular. The movie explores her relationships, popularity, and her relationship with her boyfriend, Jack. The first film was a smash hit, and this sequel promises to be just as good.
A science fiction film starring Ryan Reynolds is on the way. The Adam Project, a time-traveling comedy, will reunite the star with Free Guy director Shawn Levy. The film will follow a man’s journey to confront his late father and younger self to save the world. Reynolds has worked on past projects, including “Tall Girl” and “Huda’s Salon,” both of which are set to be a huge hit with critics and audiences.
James Cameron’s sequel to “Avatar”
James Cameron is rumored to be working on a sequel to his box office smash, but it hasn’t been confirmed yet. The filmmaker is known for making long movies and has even been quoted as saying that viewers will complain about the running time. But the movie is still expected to be at least three hours long. According to Cameron, this is an industry trend. Besides, longer movies are better for both filmmakers and viewers.
‘Avatar’ paved the way for 3D filming, but now that Cameron is a master of the technique, he wants to do something even more adventurous in the sequel. Sam Worthington, the lead character of ‘Avatar,’ told the New York Times that he wants to try shooting underwater, or even in the rainforest. The film’s three-hour runtime will no doubt be a source of complaints, but Cameron is prepared to try anything to make his movie as good as possible.
Marvel’s Doctor Strange sequel
If you’re looking for a little bit of Doctor Strange after the 2016 movie, don’t worry. The official sequel to the 2016 hit will change the Marvel Cinematic Universe just as Spider-Man: Homecoming did. The sequel will include many surprises, so we’ve rounded up all the latest Doctor Strange 2 news. Read on to learn what we think about the sequel. Hopefully you’ll have time to see it when it hits theaters.
The cast of the upcoming Doctor Strange sequel will feature Benedict Cumberbatch as the titular hero. Also returning are Elizabeth Olsen as the Scarlet Witch. The trailer also teases the second character Benedict Cumberbatch will play in the film. In addition to Benedict Cumberbatch, there will be a number of other recognizable names – Elizabeth Olsen, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Stuhlbarg, and Xochitl Gomez.