20 LGBTQ+ movies we can’t wait to see in 2023

2023 is approaching, there are dozens of queer films coming in the next 12 months, and we can’t wait to get our eyeballs. The collection includes romantic dramas, must-watch biopics, surreal horror films, LGBTQ+ crypto superheroes, and quirky animated classics in the pipeline. Here are the movies we’re after Extremely Expect this year.

All movie descriptions are provided by their respective studios and networks.

1. M3GAN – January 6th

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A robotics engineer at a toy company creates a life-like doll that begins to take on a life of its own.

2. Teen Wolf: The Movie – Jan. 26

A terrifying evil has appeared, the wolves howl once more, but only a werewolf like Scott McCall can gather new allies and reunite trusted friends to fight against what could be their strongest and deadliest foe.

3. Knock The Cab – Feb. 3

While on vacation, a girl and her parents are taken hostage by armed strangers who demand that the family choose to avoid the end of the world.

4. From Omar – February 10th

of age Set in the summer of 1999, the series follows a 17-year-old Serbian-born, amateur Australian dancer who has an unlikely and intense 24-hour romance with her boyfriend’s older brother.

5. Scream March 6-10

After their recent Ghostface killings, the four survivors leave Woodsboro behind and start a new chapter.

6. Shazam! Wrath of the Gods – March 17th

The film follows teenager Billy Batson who, upon reciting the magic word “Shazam!” Transforms into his adult Super Hero persona, Shazam.

7. Barbie – July 21

After being kicked out of Barbieland for being a doll with a less-than-perfect appearance, Barbie sets out to the human world to find true happiness.

8. The Marvels – July 28th

More adventures of Captain Marvel.

9. The Hunger Games: A Tale of Songbirds and Snakes – November 17th

Coriolanus Snow guides and nurtures emotion in honoring District 12 females during the 10th Hunger Games.

10. The Color Purple – December 18th

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A musical adaptation of Alice Walker’s novel about the continuing struggles of an African American woman living in the South during the early 20th century.

11. Barrio Boy – Damn it

Barrio Boy

A Latino barber in a macho world has a rough road ahead when he develops feelings for a handsome stranger during a hot, sweaty Brooklyn summer.

A romantic action thriller in which three high-profile friends navigate San Francisco’s fluorescent Tenderloin District and quickly find themselves trapped in a prison of their own making.

Follows Lee Fletcher IV, a high school student, who impresses an openly gay classmate, but then finds himself stalked by a faceless creature who constantly inhabits his thoughts and threatens physical harm.

14. Audio date – to be announced

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The story is about two young men, Lionel (Mescal) and David (O’Connor), who set out during the First World War to record the lives, voices, and music of their countrymen. In this fleeting and short-lived moment in their young lives, on the discovery of the epic sweep of the United States, both men are profoundly changed.

Marc decides to distract himself from the loss of his mother, but when his husband also dies unexpectedly, Marc must face the pain he has avoided so much, as he travels with his friends to a Parisian weekend of self-discovery.

16. Hello Neighbor! To be announced later

Hello neighbors!

When his new neighbor is introduced to former child actor, Benjamin Caldwell, the lines between friend and fan blur, turning his first fan into his first nightmare.

17. My animal – to be announced


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Set in a small northern town, the story follows Heather, an outcast teenage hockey goaltender (Bobby Salvor Menuez), who falls in love with a newcomer to town (Amandla Stenberg), an attractive but tormented figure skater. As their relationship deepens, Heather’s growing desires come into conflict with her own darker secrets, forcing her to control the animal within.”

18. Nimona — TBA


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The knight is framed for a crime he did not commit and the only person who can help him prove his innocence is Nimuna, a shape-shifting teenager who may also be a monster he swore to kill. Set in a techno-medieval world unlike anything dealt with in animation before, this is a story about the labels we assign to people and a mutant who refuses to be defined by anyone.

19. Rustin – Damn


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Rustin tells the story of the brilliant civil rights mastermind behind the 1963 film March On Washington. An openly gay black man whose influential works as an activist changed the course of history.

20. A Strange Way of Life – Damn it

Twenty-five years later, Silva is riding a horse through the desert to visit his friend, Sheriff Jake. They celebrate the meeting, but the next morning, Jake tells him the reason for his trip is not to go down the aisle in memory of their friendship.

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