Top Gun: Maverick director Joseph Kosinski made this psychological thriller in Queensland, with Chris Hemsworth (who also produces) as a visionary scientist who experiments on prisoners by administering mind-altering drugs. Also stars Miles Teller, Jurnee Smollett and Aussies Nathan Jones, Tess Haubrich, BeBe Bettencourt, Angie Milliken, Joey Vieira and many more.
Co-writer/director Matthew Reilly has waited a long time to have one of his visions on the screen, ultimately resorting to an original screenplay (as opposed to an adaptation of one of his bestselling potboilers) for this Australian-shot thriller starring Elsa Pataky and Luke Bracey.
Rebel Wilson goes back to high school after being in a coma for 20 years... No idea why she has an Australian accent, and couldn't spot Alicia Silverstone who is listed in the credits, but we did spot The Afterparty reunion (Zoe Chao and Sam Richardson).
Richard Linklater returns to Rotoscope filmmaking (Waking Life, A Scanner Darkly) with this film set in 1969 Texas, inspired by the filmmaker's own childhood and the possibilities of the Apollo mission.
Judd Apatow looks to have done something a bit different here, with this pisstake of blockbuster filmmaking starring Karen Gillan, Pedro Pascal, Fred Armisen, Leslie Mann, David Duchovny, Iris Apatow, Keegan-Michael Key, and appearances by Maria Bakalova, Peter Serafinowicz, Rob Delaney and Kate McKinnon. Looks fun, but it's an Apatow film, so will no doubt be longer than it should be.
Ryan Reynolds is Adam, and so is Walker Scobell, with Mark Ruffalo as their dad, with Zoe Saldana, Jennifer Garner and Catherine Keener in support, in this latest high concept family film from Shawn Levy (Free Guy, A Night at the Museum).
Chatting with the filmmaker ahead of the premiere of Netflix featurette, Behind The Scenes with Jane Campion, in which the Oscar-winning writer, director and producer shares her memories of making The Power of the Dog.