Film Release Dates

Film release dates - Q4 2022

Film fanatics, our film release dates calendar is for you.

Whether you're in the market for the latest twists in the Marvel and DC sagas, want to enjoy a heart-warming musical number with revolting children, or settle down to watch the latest animated Disney classic – clear your 2022 diary and strap in for a vintage month at ODEON.

Here are the biggest blockbusters coming to the big screen this November.

Please note: the following dates and films are subject to regular changes.


Hunt

4 November 2022

You can’t call yourself an action connoisseur until you’ve experienced South Korea’s frantic take on the genre. Just watching the trailer for Lee Jung-Jae’s Hunt is like drinking a barrel of espresso, with the story of two agents rooting out a North Korean mole told at a thousand miles an hour. Wheels spin, glass shatters, men in suits slap each other and M16s go rat-a-tat-tat in a movie that received a seven-minute standing ovation at the Cannes Film Festival and was called “a jolt of adrenaline” by Variety.

One Piece Film: Red

4 November 2022

Right now, Japan is going nuts for the latest slice of this manga fantasy series – it’s the country’s box office hit of the year – and we’ll get our hands on Red this November 4th. Prepare for a plot centred on mysterious pop star Uta (Kaori Nazuka), who plans to unveil her true identity at a special concert attended by Luffy and the gang – and listen out for the soundtrack’s smash-hit anthem New Genesis (which beat Beyoncé to the top of the Apple Music Global Top 100 Chart). 

Living

4 November 2022

An unforgettable drama about what it means to truly live, Oliver Hermanus’s film follows Mr Williams (Bill Nighy): a starchy pinstriped bureaucrat who awakens from decades in the rat race upon his diagnosis with a terminal illness – and rediscovers the joie de vivre he lost among the paperwork. Kazuo Ishiguro’s script is note-perfect, Nighy elegantly captures the late bloom of a lost soul and you’ll leave the cinema swearing not to waste a single second.

Watcher

4 November 2022

Julia’s stylish new apartment would be perfect, were it not for the silhouette in the window across the street, and the creeping suspicion that her observer is the serial killer slaying the city’s young women. Chloe Okuno’s movie is nothing like the usual slasher schlock, with the director preferring to artfully spin a psychological nightmare that will follow you out of the cinema. Praised by The New York Times as “one of this century's most arresting tales of female anxiety”.

Call Jane

4 November 2022

As modern-day America debates contemporary abortion rights, Call Jane couldn’t be timelier. In an empowering and witty movie based on real-life events, Elizabeth Banks plays Joy, a Chicago housewife refused a life-saving abortion by the medical establishment of the ’60s. Turning in desperation to an underground network of female activists led by Virginia (Weaver), she becomes a frontline warrior for equality in a movie praised by The Guardian for its “sensitivity and strong performances"

Black Panther

11 November 2022

Arguably the year’s most anticipated MCU movie, Black Panther 2 picks up a daunting gauntlet after the real-life death of original star Chadwick Boseman, but smashes it with a thrilling new story that finds Wakanda fighting for its own survival. With the African kingdom beset by both the villainous merman Namor (Tenoch Huerta) and the rival nations who would steal its precious Vibranium, it falls to the royal family’s survivors to lead Wakanda back to the light. Expect action, emotion and a long-overdue answer to cinema’s most burning question – who is the new Black Panther

The Menu

18 November 2022

Smart, satirical and blood-spattered, The Menu is a skewering of high society baked into a black-comedy unlike anything else you’ve tasted this year. Tyler (Hoult) is the obnoxious young gourmet who wins the chance to dine at the hideaway restaurant of enigmatic Chef Slowik (Fiennes). But his girlfriend Margot (Taylor-Joy) senses something terribly wrong as Slowik’s cult-like staff ring the dinner bell, and when the evening darkens into a nightmare of severed fingers and burnt hair, you’ll pray she makes it through to dessert.

Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical

25 November 2022

Roald Dahl’s classic 1988 tale of a bookworm’s quiet rebellion was already a hit stage show – now the creatives behind the West End smash bring Matilda to the big screen with more jokes, new songs, added naughtiness and an extra helping of A-list stars. Newcomer Alisha Weir plays the lead with a twinkle in her eye while This Is England’s Stephen Graham is irresistibly odious as her conman dad, but the smart money says Matilda will be stolen by Emma Thompson’s monstrous child-hurling headmistress, Miss Trunchbull.

She Said

25 November 2022

Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigation into the crimes of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, She Said follows New York Times journalists Megan Twohey (Carey Mulligan) and Jodi Kantor (Zoe Kazan) as they seek to break the silence of his victims and take down the biggest fish in Hollywood. Stripped of gloss and pulling no punches, Maria Schrader lets the compelling story tell itself, and the result is an Oscar hot-tip that feels like a chronicle for our times. As Vogue asked: “Will She Said be the defining movie of the #MeToo era?

Strange World

25 November 2022

Disney’s D23 event was buzzing over this hilarious planet-hopping family animation, and on November 25th, Strange World picks up where Lightyear left off. Simple farmer Searcher Clade (Jake Gyllenhaal) has always felt like the poor relation to his famous-but-missing explorer father. But when the President touches down in his yard and enlists Searcher’s whole family for a do-or-die space mission – in which they’ll brave giant squids, acid lakes and bright-blue talking slime – this accidental hero might end up worthy of the surname. 

Further Ahead

Violent Night

2 December 2022

A group of mercenaries attack the estate of a wealthy family on Christmas Eve, and Santa must save Christmas. 

Violent Night is the perfect way to kick off your Christmas season - this is Father Christmas as you've never seen him before!

Avatar: The Way Of Water

16 December 2022

Set more than a decade after the events of the first film, Avatar: The Way Of Water begins to tell the story of the Sully family (Jake, Neytiri, and their kids), the trouble that follows them, the lengths they go to keep each other safe, the battles they fight to stay alive and the tragedies they endure.

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I Wanna Dance With Somebody

26 December 2022

The joyous, emotional and heart-breaking celebration of the life and music of Whitney Houston, the greatest female R&B pop vocalist of all time. Tracking her journey from obscurity to musical super stardom - this is a must see for any Whitney fan.

Biggest films of 2022

23 November 2022 - Strange World (Disney)
23 November 2022 - Bones And All (Warner Bros)
25 November 2022 - She Said (Universal)
25 November 2022 - Roald Dahl's Matilda The Musical (Sony)
02 December 2022 - Violent Night (Universal)
02 December 2022 - The Infernal Machine (Paramount)
02 December 2022 - CBeebies Panto 2022: Dick Whittington And His Cat (MFILMS)
16 December 2022 - Avatar: The Way of Water (Disney)
26 December 2022 - I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Sony)

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