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Addy Albrecht
Theaters will be very popular in 2024 with the many movies being released.

As 2023 comes to an end and 2024 gets closer and closer, it is time to get excited about all the new movies being released in the upcoming year.

To start off the year strong, the movie gods have gifted us the musical adaptation of “Mean Girls,” coming out Jan. 12 and starring Reneé Rapp as Regina George and Angourie Rice as Cady Heron. Similarly in the musical department, “Wicked: Part One” is coming out Nov. 27 with Cynthia Erivo as the Wicked Witch and Ariana Grande as Glinda.

For horror lovers, movies like “Lisa Frankenstein,” “Winnie the Pooh 2” and “A Quiet Place: Day One” can be looked forward to scaring one out of their seat. Other terrifying movies include “Imaginary,” “Nosferatu” and “Terrifier 3,” none of which are for the faint-hearted.

A movie coming out in 2024 that has sparked tons of controversy among book-tok (the reading community of TikTok) is “It Ends With Us,” which is based on the novel written by Colleen Hoover. Fans of the book were seemingly disappointed with the casting of the movie, stating that the actors are much too old for the roles and were even more disappointed by the unusual outfits worn in behind-the-scenes clips, specifically worn by Lily Bloom who is played by Blake Lively. Nonetheless, fans are still excited to see a highly loved book being adapted on the big screen.

Similarly, other forecasted romance films include “Challengers” starring Zendaya and “Irish Wish” starring Lindsay Lohan, which are guaranteed to make you feel single, no matter your relationship status.

For those looking to live vicariously through the adventures and thrill of movie characters, “Argyle,” “The Fall Guy,” “Madame Web” and “Dune: Part Two” are guaranteed to be the perfect cup of tea.

Looking for a laugh? See “Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire” starring Paul Rudd, Mckenna Grace and Finn Wolfhard, “Deadpool 3” starring Ryan Reynolds and “Beetlejuice 2” starring Michael Keaton and Winona Ryder.

Last but certainly not least, for the strictly PG watchers and the children at heart, “Kung Fu Panda 4” starring none other than Jack Black, “Inside Out 2” with many of the same actors from the first movie and “Despicable Me 4” with Steve Carrell can all be seen in 2024.

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Addy Albrecht, Staff Writer
Addy Albrecht is a senior, first-year staff writer for the Statesman. Albrecht can be found digging balls on the volleyball court, along with being the number one hype woman for her teammates. She is involved in NHS, MNHS, ENHS, SNHS, and the Spanish Immersion program. When she is not busy reminiscing about her AP chem days with Jaws, you can find her either getting demolished by her friends in pickleball or obsessively online shopping. 
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  • LucasDec 4, 2023 at 1:13 pm

    I will sure be seated in the cinema this coming year! Going to lose lots of money on the tickets though (LOL)
    Great story!

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