Exciting New Movies For Fall 2022: ‘Don’t Worry Darling’, ‘Do Revenge’ and More
Thirsty for revenge? Do you like a good romantic comedy? So many new movies for Fall 2022 are hitting theaters and streaming services near you, and there’s something for every type of viewer: mystery, drama, historical epic, and hilarious family movies.
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To help you sift through the alarming amount of new movies this fall, here’s your guide to the season’s must-see movies, from Netflix Revenge to a long-awaited Black Panther after.
Release date: August 26
Where to watch: First video
Euphoria Star Javon ‘Wanna’ Walton is having his moment in Hollywood right now – the actor best known for his role as Fezco’s little brother Ashtray has landed a recurring role on Netflix The Umbrella Academy earlier this year and now helms Prime Video’s latest superhero movie Samaritan.
Javon plays Sam, a 13-year-old boy living in Granite City who suspects his mysterious, reclusive neighbor might be the notorious superhero vigilante Samaritan (played by Sylvester Stallone). Samaritan was thought to be missing or dead after a legendary battle with the town villain 25 years ago. Now it’s up to Sam to bring Samaritan out of hiding – Granite City needs him now more than ever. Samaritan also stars In the heights‘ Dascha Polanco, Disney’s former Moisés Arias, and Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verseis Shameik Moore.
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Release date: September 2
Where to watch: Peacock
In this satirical comedy, Regina Hall plays Trinitie Childs, the first lady of a disgraced Southern Baptist megachurch. She and her husband, the eccentric pastor Lee-Curtis Childs (played by It’s us star Sterling K. Brown), are determined to reopen their church, overcome the scandal and make a comeback that’s more hilarious than victorious. The delightfully lopsided film, which also stars Nicole Beharie and They theyAustin Crute, was written and directed by Adamma Ebo. Ebo, his identical twin Adanne, also produced the film alongside Jordan Peele and Daniel Kaluuya.