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Best films released this month: November 2022 – RadioTimes

Highlights include Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, Bones and All, and Matilda the Musical.
Spooky season – and the glut of new horror films that usually accompanies it – has come and gone for this year, but as we move into November there are still plenty of exciting big-screen releases to look forward to.
Perhaps the most hotly anticipated is Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, the follow-up to Ryan Coogler's groundbreaking MCU entry from 2018, which will pay tribute to Chadwick Boseman after the T'Challa actor tragically passed away in 2020.
Later in the month, there's also the brand new Disney animated feature Strange World, which follows a legendary family of explorers as they embark on their most crucial mission yet – with Jake Gyllenhaal and Dennis Quaid among the voice cast.
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Meanwhile, November also sees a host of new original films featuring the likes of Anya Taylor-Joy, Paul Mescal, and Timothée Chalamet, not to mention the release of the film adaptation of the hit musical based on Roald Dahl's Matilda
And on Netflix, there's Enola Holmes 2, which sees Millie Bobby Brown return as Sherlock's sleuthing sister, this time looking into the case of a missing girl.
To help you pick out the cinema highlights, we've put together a selection of some of the best films to watch this month – watch the video above or read on for our choices.
Release date: Friday 4th November, Netflix
Millie Bobby Brown is back as Sherlock's sleuthing sister in this sequel to the hit 2020 film based on the novels by Nancy Springer.
This time around she's set up her own detective agency, and her first mystery involves a missing girl – whom she soon realises is connected to another case her famous brother is working on.
Release date: Friday 4th November in cinemas
This drama, directed by Phyllis Nagy, explores the true story of the Jane Collective, an underground service in 1960s Chicago that supported women who wanted abortions before the procedure was legal in the USA.
Incredibly timely in light of recent events in the US, it stars Elizabeth Banks as a fictional housewife who seeks support from the collective when she discovers her pregnancy poses a threat to her own life.
Release date: Friday 11th November in cinemas
The long-awaited follow-up to the Oscar-nominated Black Panther, Ryan Coogler's sequel takes on major emotional weight following the tragic death of T'Challa star Chadwick Boseman in 2020.
The film will see Queen Ramonda, Shuri, M'Baku, Okoye and the Dora Milaje fight to protect their nation from intervening world powers in the wake of T'Challa's death.
Release date: Friday 18th November in cinemas
Anya Taylor-Joy leads the cast for this biting black comedy that takes aim at fine dining and the super-rich, with Succession's Mark Mylod on directorial duties.
Taylor-Joy stars as a young woman who accompanies her boyfriend (Nicholas Hoult) to an exclusive island restaurant, where a lavish tasting menu is prepared by eccentric Chef Slowik (Ralph Fiennes) – who has a few surprises in store for his wealthy patrons.
Release date: Friday 18th November in cinemas
Ever since its premiere at the Cannes Film Festival, this film – the feature debut from Scottish director Charlotte Wells – has received some of the most glowing reviews of the year.
It stars Normal People's Paul Mescal as Calum, a young father who takes his daughter Sophie (Frankie Corio) on holiday, with the story told from the perspective of Sophie's memories as an adult.
Release date: Wednesday 23rd November in cinemas
The latest animated feature from the House of Mouse, this new film centres on an intrepid family of explorers called The Clades – who find themselves embarking on an unprecedented adventure in the uncharted and treacherous land of Avalonia.
Inspired by adventure tales from times gone by, it boasts a typically starry voice cast, with Jake Gyllenhaal, Gabrielle Union and Dennis Quaid among those to feature.
Release date: Friday 25th November in cinemas
The last time Timothée Chalamet teamed up with Italian director Luca Guadagnino was for the Oscar-nominated Call Me By Your Name, and now they've reunited for this cannibal love story based on a novel of the same name by Camille DeAngelis.
It follows lovers Maren (Taylor Russel) and Lee (Chalamet) on a road trip across Reagan-era America, with Mark Rylance also making a memorable appearance as a fellow cannibal.
Release date: Friday 25th November in cinemas
The second film adaptation of Roald Dahl's beloved children's book – this time based on the hit West End musical with songs by Tim Minchin – has a high bar to clear, but early reviews have been broadly positive.
As ever, it follows the titular girl whose love of books and telekinetic powers help her to take a stand against the oppressive adults in her life – including her nasty parents and the formidable schoolmistress Mrs. Trunchbull.
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