James Cameron Titanic Dominated the 70th Academy Awards and won 11 Oscars, including Cameron’s Best Picture and Best Director. Nominated for director again in 2009 AvatarAn epic science-fiction novel that revolutionized the use of 3D technology in movies and garnered the highest-grossing film of all time.
with this level of success Avatar Got the green light soon, not one, not two, but Four A sequel, the first of which will finally be released in December, more than a decade after the original.Cameron returns to the director’s seat to present his groundbreaking work that pushes the boundaries of film technology and Avatar 2 This trend will be continued with an underwater show scene and extensive world-building on Pandora.
Steven Spielberg – The Fable Man (2022)
Spielberg is one of the film industry’s most beloved filmmakers, a two-time Oscar winner for Best Director, Schindler’s List yes Saving Private Ryan† After his eighth nomination in 2021 west side storySpielberg will likely shoot the gold statue again in his next semi-autobiographical work. fableBecause the Academy likes to award biographies and personal works.
fable It is said to be an adult film in which Seth Rogen, Michelle Williams and Paul Dano play fictional versions of Spielberg’s uncle, aunt and father, respectively. John Williams, who has collaborated with Spielberg for many years, will score the film, which is also the couple’s 29th project together.
Damien Chazelle – Babylon (2022)
At the age of 32, Chazelle became the youngest Oscar winner for Best Director for a film musical. Earth† The writer-director’s work is known for its ingenuity, and audiences have been eagerly anticipating Chazelle’s next work in a series of reboots, sequels, and prequels: Babylon†
Babylon is a period work set in a transitional period in Hollywood, when silent films gave way to sound films. The film, starring Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt and Tobey Maguire, had a recent test run and was described as a “masterpiece” by several viewers. (via Scroll World).
Martin Scorsese – Killer of the Flower Moon (2022)
Martin Scorsese is the second-most nominated filmmaker for the Academy Award for Best Director, with nine nominations, and won in 2006 for his gangster film. Dead†
your next work Moonflower Assassin, will reunite with Leonardo DiCaprio, marking their sixth collaboration. Based on true events, the film follows the FBI’s investigation into the alleged murder of Osage County Indians after they discovered precious oil on their land.
Guillermo del Toro – Pinocchio (2022)
Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro wins best picture and best director Oscars for fantasy romance shape of water† your next movie Pinocchio Rather than a retelling of a Disney classic, it’s closer to the original Italian novel.
The long-running film, described as Del Toro’s passion project, will be the director’s first real foray into animation. The dark fantasy is presented in stop-motion form, with the voices of Cate Blanchett, Ewan McGregor and longtime del Toro collaborator Ron Perlman.
Robert Zemeckis – Pinocchio (2022)
Zemeckis was the driving force behind many of the classic songs of the ’80s and ’90s, including back to the Future† throw awayyes Forrest Gump, which earned him his first (and only) Best Director award. Zemeckis’ next project, PinocchioIt is Disney’s latest live-action adaptation and the second Pinocchio movie to be released in 2022.
The film stars Tom Hanks as the good-natured Gepetto and Joseph Gordon-Levitt as Jiminy Cricket, in the rich Live action and computer imaging elements are combined in an imaginative musical environment. Pinocchio It will premiere on Disney+ in September, three months before Del Toro.
Sam Mendes – Realm of Light (TBD)
British director Sam Mendes started his career in theatre before jumping into cinema and winning the Academy Award for Best Director for his debut feature. American Beauty† Mendes was nominated for a second time in 1917.
The director’s next film could take another hit. realm of lightStarring Colin Firth and Olivia Colman, with photography by Oscar-winning Roger Deakin. realm of light It’s a romance set in a British seaside cinema; as critics love films about cinema, it seems likely that Mendes will be turning heads for his latest.
Francis Ford Coppola – Metropolis (TBD)
Despite a decade-long absence from the big screen, Coppola won an Academy Award for Best Director for the film. godfather part 2 – Assured the public that he has at least another feeling: his passion project is always in the works, Metropolis†
Metropolis It’s said to be an ensemble piece focused on post-disaster New York, and an architect’s attempt to turn the city into a utopia. While the cast has yet to be confirmed, rumor has it that Daya, Christian Bale and Cate Blanchett are in talks to star in Coppola’s highly anticipated film return.
Steven Soderbergh – Mike the Magician’s Last Dance (TBD)
soderbergh known for comedy heists from the ocean Trilogy, confronting himself at the 73rd Academy Awards, where he was nominated for Best Director twice Erin Brockovich yes transportation† He won the latter.
Soderbergh’s next mission is Magic Mike A franchise that focuses on the world of male strippers.little known Magic Mike’s Last DanceExcept this will be the last of the trilogy, and Channing Tatum will return as the titular Mike.
Ron Howard – Thirteen Lives (2022)
Howard has directed many hits throughout his career, including: Apollo 13† How the Grinch stole Christmasyes great spiritThe latter earned him an Oscar for Best Director.
Howard will next serve as writer and director. Thirteen lives, a survival film based on the true rescue story of 12 schoolchildren and their soccer coach trapped in Tham Luang Caves, Thailand. In the film, Viggo Mortensen and Colin Farrell play two cave divers who volunteer their lives on a rescue mission.
Damien Chazelle’s Babylon & 9 Other Upcoming Movies From Oscar-Winning Directors
James Cameron’s Titanic dominated the 70th Academy Awards, going home with 11 Oscars including Best Picture and Best Director for Cameron. The director was nominated again for 2009’s Avatar, an epic sci-fi piece that revolutionized the use of 3D technology in films and went on to claim the highest box office gross of all time.
With this level of success, Avatar was quickly greenlit for not one, not two, but four sequels, the first of which is finally set to release this December – over a decade after the original. Cameron returns to the director’s chair to showcase his innovative work, which is renowned for pushing the boundaries of cinematic technology and Avatar 2 is set to continue this trend with underwater performance capture scenes and extensive world-building of the planet Pandora.
Steven Spielberg – The Fabelmans (2022)
Spielberg, one of cinema’s most beloved filmmakers, has gone home with the Best Director Oscar twice, for Schindler’s List and Saving Private Ryan. Coming hot off the heels of his eighth nomination for 2021’s West Side Story, Spielberg will likely have another shot at the golden statuette for his upcoming semi-autobiographical piece The Fabelmans, given that the Academy loves rewarding biopics and personal pieces.
The Fabelmans is said to be a coming-of-age flick featuring Seth Rogen, Michelle Williams, and Paul Dano playing fictionalized versions of Spielberg’s uncle, aunt, and father, respectively. Longtime Spielberg collaborator John Williams will compose the film’s score, making this the pair’s 29th project together.
Damien Chazelle – Babylon (2022)
At just 32 years old, Chazelle became the youngest ever recipient of the Best Director Oscar when he won for his musical film La La Land. The writer-director’s work has become known for its originality and so amongst a slew of reboots, sequels, and prequels, audiences have been eagerly awaiting Chazelle’s next work: Babylon.
Babylon is a period piece set during the transitional era in Hollywood when silent movies gave way to the talkies. The film, starring Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, and Tobey Maguire, recently had a test screening and was described by several viewers as a “masterpiece”! (via World of Reel).
Martin Scorsese – Killers Of The Flower Moon (2022)
Martin Scorsese is the second most-nominated filmmaker for the Academy Award for Best Director, having received nine nominations in total and winning in 2006 for the crime thriller The Departed.
His upcoming piece, Killers of the Flower Moon, will see him reunite with Leonardo DiCaprio, marking their sixth collaboration together. The film, based on true events, follows an FBI investigation into the suspicious murders of Native American people in Osage County after precious oil was discovered on their land.
Guillermo Del Toro – Pinocchio (2022)
Mexican filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro went home with the Best Picture and Best Director Oscars for his fantasy romance piece The Shape of Water. His upcoming film Pinocchio is not a retelling of the Disney classic, but rather will more closely follow the original Italian novel.
The film, long in the works, has been described as a passion project for Del Toro and will be the director’s first true foray into animation. The dark fantasy piece will be done in stop-motion style and feature the voices of Cate Blanchett, Ewan McGregor, and long-time Del Toro collaborator Ron Perlman.
Robert Zemeckis – Pinocchio (2022)
Zemeckis has been the driving force behind many classic hits of the ’80s and ’90s including Back to the Future, Cast Away, and Forrest Gump, the latter of which earned him his first (and only) Best Director gong. Zemeckis’ next project, Pinocchio, is Disney’s latest live-action adaptation, and the second Pinocchio film set to release in 2022.
The film, featuring Tom Hanks as the kind-hearted Gepetto and Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the voice of Jiminy Cricket, will blend live-action performances with computer imagery elements in a fantasy musical setting. Pinocchio is due to release on Disney+ this September – three months ahead of Del Toro’s version.
Sam Mendes – Empire Of Light (TBA)
English director Sam Mendes began his career in the world of theatre before making the leap to cinema, going home with the Best Director Oscar for his feature film debut, American Beauty. Mendes received a second nomination for 1917.
The director may have another swing at the gold for his upcoming film Empire of Light, starring Colin Firth and Olivia Colman as well as Roger Deakin’s Oscar-winning cinematography. Empire of Light is a romantic piece set in a coastal English cinema; seeing as critics love films about films, it seems likely that Mendes will get some attention for his latest piece.
Francis Ford Coppola – Megalopolis (TBA)
Despite a decade-long hiatus from the big screen, Coppola – who won the Best Director Oscar for The Godfather Part II – has assured audiences he has at least one more showstopper up his sleeve: his long-in-the-works passion project, Megalopolis.
Megalopolis is said to be an ensemble piece that focuses on a post-disaster New York and an architect’s attempts to transform the city into a utopia. While the cast remains unconfirmed, rumors suggest that Zendaya, Christian Bale, and Cate Blanchett are in talks to star in Coppola’s long-awaited return to cinema.
Steven Soderbergh – Magic Mike’s Last Dance (TBA)
Soderbergh, known for the comedy-heist Ocean’s trilogy, faced off against himself at the 73rd Academy Awards where he was nominated twice for Best Director for Erin Brockovich and Traffic; he won for the latter.
Soderbergh’s next task will be to successfully wrap up the Magic Mike franchise, which focuses on the world of male strippers. Little is known about Magic Mike’s Last Dance, except that it will be the last in the trilogy and see Channing Tatum return as the titular Mike.
Ron Howard – Thirteen Lives (2022)
Howard has directed many hits throughout his career including Apollo 13, How the Grinch Stole Christmas, and A Beautiful Mind, the latter of which earned him a Best Director Oscar.
Howard will next write and direct Thirteen Lives, a survival film based on the real-life rescue of 12 schoolboys and their football coach who became trapped in Thailand’s Tham Luang caves. The film will star Viggo Mortensen and Colin Farrell as two of the cave divers who volunteered to risk their lives in the rescue mission.
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