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SPRING 2024 MOVIES

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Poster for “The Book of Clarence”

The Book of Clarence

This movie is an epic set in biblical style akin to the greats like Ben-Hur. In this version, a gladiator goes out to try and convince people he is the Christian Messiah. It’s directed by Jeymes Samuel and the main character, Clarence is played by LaKieth Stanfeild. It hit theaters January 12.

 

UK Poster for “Mean Girls” (2024)

Mean Girls

Written by Tina Fey, this movie takes inspiration from both the original movie released two decades earlier and the Broadway Musical. The main character Cady is played by Angourie Rice as she goes up against Regina George, played by Renée Rapp. This movie was released to theaters on January 12.

 

Teaser Poster for “Argylle”

Argylle

No, Taylor Swift was not the mastermind behind this movie, but the movie may contain a mastermind of evil proportions, that spies might be able to catch. In this story writer Elly Conway, played by Bryce Dallas Howard, writes a spy story that is unknowingly nonfiction, and she must go on a daring adventure to stop what’s happening next. This movie is directed by Matthew Vaughn, who created the Kingsman series, meaning that the action in this movie will be top tier. It is planned to be released to theaters on February 2.

 

Poster for “Dune Part Two” (Alon Amir and Warner Bros. Pictures)

Dune Part Two

The long-awaited sequel to the blockbuster film, Dune, is set to release soon.Featuring everyone’s favorite pretty boy, Timothee Chalamet as the main character and the “savior” of the sand dunes. Based on the last movie and its innovative cinematography and sound design, it’s expected that this movie will bring it to a whole other level. It’s directed by Denis Villeneuve  and based on the books by Frank Herbert. It is set to release March 1.

 

Poster for “The Fall Guy” (Universal Pictures)

The Fall Guy

With Ryan Gosling’s re-rise to fame, here comes another movie based on an old premise. Bringing a 1980s TV show to the big screen, director David Leitch portrays a story about a stunt man going to save an action star from a kidnapping. there’s also an element of romance as the stunt man only has eyes for the director of the movie he’s taking falls in. It’s set to release May 3.

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OLLIE WARREN, MANAGING EDITOR
Ollie Warren is a senior writing and publishing major. They write the Flip Feature column, review Lincoln Park shows, and work as the managing editor of The SIREN. They love to watch movies, swim, and learn about history and science. After high school, they plan to go to college and get a degree in History Ed.

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