Upcoming Movies this Friday! Let’s make your weekend interesting instead of boring

Shivani Arora

Are you also one of those persons who get bored during weekends? Then here is something for you that can make your weekend more interesting and enjoyable. Here are the five upcoming movies this Friday.

    1. Kingdom of the planets of the apes

      Releasing date: 10th May 2024
      Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes is an upcoming American science fiction action film directed by Wes Ball and written by Josh Friedman. It is the standalone sequel to War for the Planet of the Apes (2017), the fourth installment in the Planet of the Apes reboot franchise, and the tenth film overall. The film stars Owen Teague in the lead role alongside Freya Allan, Kevin Durand, Peter Macon, and William H. Macy.


    1. The Deep Dark

      Releasing date: 10th May 2024
      Miners are forced to bring a professor underground to take samples for his measurements. After a landslide prevents them from going back up, they discover a crypt from another time and awaken a bloodthirsty creature.


    1. Srikanth

      Releasing date: 10th May 2024

      Srikanth is an upcoming Hindi-language biographical film on the life of Srikanth Bolla, a visually-impaired Indian industrialist and the founder of Bollant Industries. It is directed by Tushar Hiranandani and stars Rajkummar Rao in the eponymous role with Jyothika, Alaya F and Sharad Kelkar. Filming took place from November 2022 to January 2023. Initially set to release theatrically in September 2023, Srikanth is now scheduled to release on 10 May 2024.


    1. Back to Black

      Releasing date: 10th May 2024

      Back to Black is a 2024 biographical drama film based on the life of British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse, played by Marisa Abela. Directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson and written by Matt Greenhalgh, the film also stars Jack O’Connell, Eddie Marsan, and Lesley Manville.


  1. The Boy and the Heron

    Releasing date: 10th May 2024
    The Boy and the Heron is a 2023 Japanese animated fantasy film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki. Produced by Studio Ghibli, the film’s Japanese title references Genzaburō Yoshino’s 1937 novel of the same name but is not an adaptation of it. The Japanese voice cast includes Soma Santoki, Masaki Suda, Ko Shibasaki, Aimyon, Yoshino Kimura, Takuya Kimura, Kaoru Kobayashi, and Shinobu Otake. Described as a “big, fantastical film”, it follows a boy named Mahito Maki who moves to the countryside after his mother’s death, discovers an abandoned tower near his new home, and enters a fantastical world with a talking grey heron.

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I am Shivani Arora, a media student who is working as a freelancer Content Writer, news writer and social media handler with different agencies. I am a post graduate student who is self motivated and a hardworking person. My main aim is to excel in my career by learning and exploring new things.
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