In Marcel the Shell with Shoes, a young animated shell is followed as he reaches adulthood and tries to get in touch with his family while being scrutinised by sudden internet fame.
In the sequel to 2019's Knives Out, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery, world-famous detective Benoit Blanc and a few of his closest pals are invited to a private vacation on a tech billionaire's island for a murder mystery party that unexpectedly turns lethal.
The story After Yang, which takes set in the not-too-distant future, centres on a human family grieving the loss of Yang, their robot eldest son.
A dull group of 20-somethings are seen in the criminally underappreciated film Bodies, Bodies, Bodies during a hurricane party at a mansion. When one of them meets a gory end, the others become stuck and suspicious.
In EnterGalactic, Jabari, a recently single artist in New York City, balances his professional life with a developing romance with a new neighbour.
The sequel to one of the most adored action films of a generation has been 36 years in the making, plagued by pandemic-related release date delays, with a brand-new writer and director on board.
Brad Pitt plays a seasoned hitman who finds himself at the centre of multiple unravelling conspiracies among the other assassins who also happen to be onboard Bullet Train, an action-comedy movie set on a high-speed train in Japan.
Jordan Peele's most recent horror film, Nope, follows two siblings who come from a line of Hollywood horse trainers but are not widely known as they work to clear their family's name.
In the movie Hustle, Adam Sandler plays a basketball scout who is struggling but sees potential in an international street ball player and takes him to the US to be ready for the NBA Draft.
The multiverse-spanning film Everything Everywhere All at Once stars Michelle Yeoh as a mother and wife who is estranged from her family.