CinemaCon 2022 officially kicked off Monday at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nev., with studios pulling the curtain back on upcoming releases like the Keanu Reeves actions sequel “John Wick: Chapter 4,” Lesley Manville’s travelogue drama “Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris” and the upcoming adaptation of “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret.” Other reveals to open the annual convention included character posters for Jordan Peele’s “Nope” and the Dennis Quaid-starring biopic “Reagan.”
CinemaCon is an annual trade show for studios to showcase their upcoming theatrical slates to film exhibitors. The event was canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and returned in August 2021 to an in-person format.
See more promotional materials from upcoming releases below:
‘John Wick: Chapter 4’
Keanu Reeves returns as the unretired hitman as he continues to fight for his life against the High Table. Lionsgate’s fourth entry in the action franchise is set to hit theaters on March 24, 2023.
‘Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret’
Lionsgate’s adaptation of the beloved Judy Blume novel stars Rachel McAdams, Kathy Bates, Benny Safie and Abby Ryder Forston. “The Edge of Seventeen” director Kelly Fremon Craig is at the helm. The film will come to theaters on Sept. 16.
‘Reagan’ – Dennis Quaid
Dennis Quaid stars as the actor and former President of the United States. Sean McNamara, the filmmaker behind “The Even Stevens Movie” and “Bratz,” directs the biopic.
‘Reagan’ – David Henrie
David Henrie also plays a younger version of Ronald Reagan in the Quaid-starring biopic.
‘Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris’
Step aside, Emily. There’s a new tourist stepping into the streets of France. Lesley Manville stars in the upcoming period drama, which is set to hit theaters this July.
Universal reveals another look at Jordan Peele’s latest horror film “Nope,” showcasing characters played by Keke Palmer, Daniel Kaluuya, Steven Yeun and more.
“Megan” comes from a story from “Insidious” and “Malignant” director James Wan. The Blumhouse release hits theaters in January 2023.
Comedian Jo Koy steps up to the silver screen for “Easter Sunday,” a comedy about hectic holidays. The film hits theaters on Aug. 5, a bit far off from the actual date of Easter. But better late than never.
Warner Bros. showcases the logos of its upcoming slate of DC adaptations, including sequels to “Shazam!” and “Aquaman” as well as solo films for “Black Adam” and “The Flash.”