The Marvels: November 9
The thrilling cinematic adventure that seamlessly intertwines the worlds of Captain Marvel and Ms. Marvel. As the Marvel Cinematic Universe expands, a cosmic threat forces Carol Danvers (Brie Larson) and Kamala Khan (Iman Vellani) to join forces, unlocking new powers and uncovering hidden secrets.
Together, they must navigate a web of intergalactic intrigue and face formidable foes to save not only Earth but the entire universe. Packed with action, humour, and heart, The Marvels delivers an epic tale of heroism, friendship, and the limitless possibilities that come with being a Marvel superhero.
The Hunger Games: Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes: November 16
Explore the origins of the Hunger Games tradition in Panem. Set against the backdrop of a post-apocalyptic world, the story follows a young Coriolanus Snow as he navigates the complex and morally ambiguous political landscape. Chosen as a mentor for the 10th Hunger Games, Snow must navigate the ruthless Capitol and its power struggles while mentoring the underdog tribute, Lucy Gray Baird. As the Games unfold, alliances are tested, and the seeds of rebellion are sown, revealing the dark forces that will shape Panem’s future. With its suspenseful plot and rich character development, this prequel provides a gripping experience for fans of the Hunger Games series.
Napoleon: November 23
An epic historical drama that explores the complex life of one of history’s most iconic figures, Napoleon Bonaparte (Joaquin Phoenix). Set against the backdrop of the tumultuous Napoleonic era, the film delves into the rise and fall of the legendary French military and political leader. Joaquin Phoenix delivers a captivating performance, portraying Napoleon’s brilliance on the battlefield, his strategic genius, and the personal struggles that ultimately shaped his destiny.