How far will one boy go to gain the approval of his father? A family horror that a mother can’t shake off! A dance choreographer steps into a directing role and the long-awaited Matt Reeves ‘The Batman‘ zips into theaters! The multiverse gets another story starring Michelle Yeoh, and Sandra Bullock is on an adventure finding the lost city! This March, filmmakers have left no stone unturned to deliver the best entertainment and storytelling to cinemas near you!
Find a list of movies to be released in theatres in March below!
Bheeshma Parvam – March 3
‘Michael’ is the youngest son of a strong criminal family, but he is the family’s decision-maker. He leaves his past behind and goes on to become a seafaring trader. When his authority is disputed as a result of a sequence of tragic circumstances, he is compelled to revert to his gangster lifestyle.
Veteran actor Mammootty plays the lead role of ‘Michael’ and the movie is directed by filmmaker Amal Neerad. ‘Bheeshma Parvam‘ is the posthumous project of late actors Nedumudi Venu and K.P.A.C Lalitha
Hey Sinamika – March 3
A romantic comedy-drama about a couple whose marriage has lost its charm. Yaazhan and Mouna are now seeking a divorce. However, a new bond of friendship between Yaazhan and another woman incites Mouna, who now wants to make this marriage work. Yaazhan comes to realize that he was playing all along.
Dulquer Salmaan, Aditi Rao Hydari, and Kajal Aggarwal play the lead roles. Choreographer Brinda Parameshwar, making her directorial debut, directed the film.
Jhund – March 3
Drug addicts, gamblers, street thieves, and gang wars – all with an underlying passion for the sport. A coach does his best to pursue these youth not to waste their futures and to channel their passion into playing football in ‘Jhund‘. To get the most out of them, he must adapt and adjust his coaching approaches to fit their style.
Even in my dreams I could not have imagined the day that my story would reach millions, but this is more than my story it’s the story of every player who touched my life and what they overcame. #jhund will capture your hearts. @Nagrajmanjule @SrBachchan @slumsoccer pic.twitter.com/tgWatTb7Dc
— Vijay Barse (@VijaySBarse) March 3, 2022
It is a true story based on the life of Football Coach Vijay Barse, who founded a soccer school for slum dwellers in the district of Nagpur, India. Legendary Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan stars as coach Vijay. Filmmaker Nagraj Manjule has directed the movie.
Huda’s Salon (Limited) – March 4
‘Huda’, a hair salon owner in Bethlehem, is blackmailed by Israel’s secret agency and forced to work for them. She is compelled to hire more women and focuses particularly on those who are unhappy with their circumstances. ‘Reem,’ a new mother with an arrogant and jealous husband, is her next target.
The film depicts a dangerous battle between two women coping with life under occupation. This emotional dramatic thriller is directed and produced by Academy Awarded film director Hany Abu-Assad and stars Maisa Abd Elhadi as ‘Reem’ and Manal Awad as ‘Huda’.
After Yang – March 4
The science-fiction futuristic movie follows the story of ‘Yang’ an AI babysitter robot living with its family. After a while, Yang abruptly shut down. While dealing with many emotional challenges, the family seeks all conceivable support in trying to resurrect Yang.
The film is written and directed by filmmaker Kogonada and stars Colin Farrell (‘Ava’), Jodie Turner-Smith (‘Without Remorse’), Justin H. Min (‘The Umbrella Academy’), Sarita Choudhury (‘The Hunger Games’), and newcomer singer and actor Malea Emma Tjandrawidjaja.
The Batman – March 4
“I am vengeance”, the words echoed by the batman as he brutally assaults face painted henchman in Gotham City. Director Matt Reeves crafted a younger, darker, and more viscous ‘Batman.’ The story is set to draw inspiration from comic book writer Frank Millers ‘Year One’ comic-book storyline released in 1987. It will cover a fresh look at Bruce’s adventures as Gotham City’s vigilante in his early days.
The cast includes Paul Dano as ‘Edward Nashton / The Riddler’, John Turturro as the Mob Boss ‘Carmine Falcone’, Jeffrey Wright as ‘Officier James Gordon’, and Colin Farrell as ‘Oswald Cobblepot / Penguin’.
Andy Serkis will play the role of Bruce Wayne’s Butler ‘Alfred Pennyworth’, while Zoë Kravitz will star as ‘Seline Kyle/Catwoman’. Zoë Kravitz has a history of super-hero films on her portfolio, having previously played ‘Angel’ in the film ‘X-Men: First Class’ and providing the voice of ‘Mary Jane Watson’ in the film ‘Spiderman: Into The Multiverse’. This will be her second time as ‘Catwoman’. She formerly voiced the character in ‘The Lego Batman Movie.’
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Tyson’s Run – March 4
‘Tyson,’ a fifteen-year-old autistic boy, had his first day of school after being home-schooled up until that point. His father argues that “he is not ready” because he has not developed any social skills and has difficulty interacting with his classmates. He hopes to obtain his father’s and his school’s approval by participating in the upcoming marathon.
Major Dodson (‘The Walking Dead’), Barkhad Abdi (‘Captain Philips’), Amy Smart (‘The Butterfly Effect’), and Rory Cochrane (‘Argo’) are all cast in this movie. Kim Bass is the writer and director.
Etharkkum Thunindhavan – March 10
A Tamil language action thriller, ‘Etharkkum Thunindhavan‘ comes to cinemas this March. A judge who passes his verdict in and out of court ensures the safety of women in his village. The village’s peace is shattered when a criminal and his gang attack women in the community. The judge seeks to restore the dignity of the women and prove they are not the weaker sex. As mentioned in the trailer, “we need to show them the strength of a woman”.
The film stars actors Suriya and actress Priyanka Arul Mohan in the lead role. Pandiraj directed the movie, and D. Imman composed the music.
Umma – March 18
Amanda and her daughter enjoy a healthy relationship and live a simple lifestyle in their farmhouse. As beekeepers, their style of life is primitive, with no modern technology. When her mother’s remains arrive from Korea, their lives take a complete turn for the worse. Amanda’s terrors begin when she is haunted by the fear of becoming her own mother.
Golden Globe winner Sandra Oh co-stars with Fivel Stewart (‘The Haunting of Sharon Tate’) in this film of writer-director Iris K. Shim, which is produced by Sam Raimi.
The Outfit – March 18
‘The Outfit‘ is a crime thriller ‘piece’ seemingly having the entire plot set in the confines of a Tailor store, ‘Leonard’ played by actor Mark Rylance. He creates suits for the wealthy, including the mafia and gangsters. One night, he must outsmart the mobsters that frequent his establishment who are looking for more than just a suit.
The film is a debut director Graham Moore. who won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay for ‘The Imitation Game. It also stars Zoey Deutch (‘Rebel in the Rye’, ‘The Politician’.)
Alice – March 18
Set in 1973 in Georgia, Alice is returning for vengeance on her terrible owners. She is found by a Truck driver after escaping from the remote plantation she worked on. She goes on to discover a whole other world outside that exists, a world of freedom.
The film is written and directed by Krystin Ver Linden, and the cast includes Keke Palmer (‘Hustlers’), Jonny Lee Miller (‘Eli Stone’), and hip-hop artist and actor Lonnie ‘Common’ Rashid Lynn (‘American Gangster’).
Operation Fortune: Ruse de guerre – March 17
‘Danny Francesco’, a Hollywood actor, is blackmailed by a team of private contractors to assist them on an undercover mission. The assembled unit must prevent billionaire arms dealer ‘Greg Simmonds’ from selling lethal weapons technology on the open market.
English film director Guy Ritchie teams with his regulars Jason Statham (‘The Transporter’, ‘Wrath Of Man’) and Hugh Grant (‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.’, ‘The Gentlemen’,) along with Aubrey Plaza (‘Childs Play’, ‘Parks & Recreation’), Josh Hartnett (‘6 Below: Miracle on the Mountain’) and British hip-hop artist Bugzy Malone in this action-comedy movie.
The Unbreakable Boy – March 18
The true story of Austin, a little boy with an uncommon form of brittle bone disease and autism. Despite the family’s difficulties, Austin is upbeat and has a cheerful outlook on life. This transforms and connects everyone around him. His father changes his mind about his son, no longer seeing him as broken and more as someone with an “indestructible spirit.”
Austin is played by Jacob Laval and Zachary Levi (‘Shazam!‘) will portray Austin’s father. Amy Acker, Patricia Heaton, Drew Powell, and Bruce Davis are also on the cast list. Jon Gunn writes and directs the movie.
Based on the book ‘The Unbreakable Boy: A Father’s Fear, a Son’s Courage, and a Story of Unconditional Love’, authored by Scott LeRette.
X – March 18
This horror slasher genre film ‘X,’ which will be released in March, has vintage camera-style footage as seen in the trailer. The plot revolves around a group of young actors who travel to Texas to make an adult film, hoping this will lead them on to brighter futures. They rent an old couple’s outhouse while keeping their true intentions hidden. As night falls, the script takes a darker turn, and the actors are forced to run for their lives.
The movie is written and developed by filmmaker Ti West who also worked on ‘The Innkeepers’ and ‘The Sacrament’.
Mia Goth (‘Suspiria 2018’), Jenna Ortega (‘The Fallout’) Martin Henderson (‘Grey’s Anatomy’), Brittany Snow (‘The Hangman’), and rapper, singer, songwriter, Scott ‘Kid Kudi’ Mescudi are set to star in this movie.
Everything Everywhere All At Once – March 25
Another addition in the representation of the ‘Multiverse’ is ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’. Along with Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Multiverse and The Star Trek Universe comes Michelle Yeoh’s character ‘Evelyn Yang’. There is a singular threat spreading throughout the multiverse, and she may be the only one who can stop it. She ventures on an adventure to recount all her memories, talents, and emotions from her life in alternate dimensions to battle this new nemesis.
Also cast in this movie is Jamie Lee Curtis (‘Halloween Series’) Jenny Slate (‘I Want You Back’), along with Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, Harry Shum Jr. with veteran actor James Hong (‘Kung Fu Panda’). Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert have directed this film.
The Lost City – March 25
Sandra Bullock plays novelist ‘Loretta Sage’, who pens down narratives about romantic adventures in exotic destinations with a protagonist ‘Dash Chicvance’. Her book covers feature model ‘Alan,’ who has dedicated his life to impersonating the hero, ‘Dash’. Alan must play the hero in real life and save Loretta after she is abducted by a billionaire and forced to guide him to the treasure of the old lost city from her current novel.
Brad Pitt (‘World War Z’), Channing Tatum (‘Magic Mike’), Daniel Radcliffe (‘Horns’), Da’Vine Joy Randolph (‘The Last Shift’) are cast in this action-adventure movie with Aaron Nee and Adam Nee as its directors. Sandra Bullock and Brad Pit will once again co-star in ‘Bullet Train’ arriving later this year.
RRR – March 25
A period action drama film set during the British rule in India. The movie will focus on two freedom fighters and tribal leaders namely Komaram Bheem and Alluri Sitarama Raju. The plot will cover their lives, guerilla combat techniques, and reasons why they established their legacies in Indian history.
Komaram Bheem is played by actor N. T. Rama Rao Jr., while Alluri Sitarama Raju is played by Ram Charan. Alia Bhatt continues to dominate in taking up different acting roles will also be in the movie along with Ajay Devgan. The two were recently featured in the recently released ‘Gangubai Kathiawadi.’ Filmmaker S. S. Rajamouli, who also put together the ‘Baahubali‘ movies, directs the film.