Six films streaming in March

Wow! It’s already the third month of the year. Here we go again to see what’s streaming this March. This month award-winning producers like Ryan Coogler released “Creed III”, in theaters starring Michael B Jordan. The film, a part of the “Rocky” franchise, premiered in a little over 4,000 theaters nationwide. Currently ranked number five on the Box Office Mojo by IMDbPro list. On the opening weekend, the movie brought in $58,370,007. More than “Cocaine Bear” which premiered in a little over 3,500 theaters. It’s ranked number seven and has made over $40,000,00. Some movies listed on last month’s Inclub Magazine top six films continue to soar on the box office charts. March Madness will bring “Scream 4” star Hayden Panettiere back to the big screen in “Scream 6” on March 10. “Scream 4” will debut on Paramount+ this month.

Other artists like Idris Elba, Taron Egerton, Adam Sandler, Bloom Li, Sanaa Lathan, and Omar Epps will also make an appearance on streaming services before March 31st. Check out a full list below of the six best movies streaming in March 2023.



1. The Fallen Sun (3/10, Netflix)

Haunted by an unsolved murder, disgraced London police detective John Luther breaks out of prison to hunt down a serial killer. The two-hour ten-minute film stars Idris Elba, Cynthia Erivo, and Andy Serkis.230223133045-01-luther-fallen-sun-netflix “The Fallen Sun” is a continuation of the BBC original “Luther” series that ran for five seasons between 2010 and 2019. The show had four Emmy nominations, two Golden Globe wins, a Screen Actors Guild award, and a Critics’ Choice award for the series.

2. Nope (3/21, Amazon Prime Video)

The 130-minute film made its debut on Peacock last year. Written, directed, and produced by Jordan Peele. “Nope” is finally available to Amazon Prime Video subscribers at no extra cost this month. The film stars Keke Palmer and Daniel Kaluuya as siblings who set out to record a UFO that’s hovering over their remote horse farm. Nothing goes as planned. Film critics have said the movie is “tantalizingly creepy”. The movie is now Peele’s third straight $100 million grosser at the box office.

3. The Silent Twins (3/7, Amazon Prime Video)

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Based on a true story. Letitia Wright and Tamara Lawrance performed as June and Jennifer Gibbons, twin sisters who were institutionalized at Broadmoor Hospital following years of silence. From Variety’s review: the movie is “Based on the desperately sad true story of two intensely connected Black twin sisters failed by Britain’s educational, legal and mental health services in the ’70s and ’80s, this brazen, tear-your-heart-out drama gets the full benefit of the Polish filmmaker’s singular imagination.” The hour-and-fifty-three-minute film is directed by Agnieszka Smocynka’.

4. House Party (3/3, HBO Max)

Yes, a new house party is on the block and it is directed by Jamal Olori, Stephen Glover, and LeBron James. The 100-minute film is a reboot and remake of the 1990 movie of the same name. The picture stars Jacob Latimore and Tosin Cole. The two friends in their 20s decide to throw a party at Lebron James’ house. You’ll also see D.C. Young Fly and Kid Cudi make a premier. The movie originally aired on January 13, 2023, and has made $9.2 million at the box office. 

5. Murder Mystery 2 (3/31, Netflix)

MM2_20220217_08220_R3Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler reunite once more for “Murder Mystery 2,” a sequel to their 2019 film “Murder Mystery.” The hour and twenty-nine minutes films show the couple Nick and Audrey as meshed with a murder mystery. The couple lands a career-making case when their billionaire pal is kidnapped from his wedding after starting their own agency. 30 million accounts streamed The original film in its first three days. It ended 2019 as Netflix’s most popular release, followed by “Stranger Things 3” in second place.  The cast includes returning actors Adeel Akhtar and John Kani, Mark Strong, Mélanie Laurent, Jodie Turner-Smith, and Tony Goldwyn.

6. Creed I & II (3/1, HBO Max & Amazon Prime Video)

With Creed III hitting theaters this month, it is the perfect time for the two previous films to hit a streaming service. Creed a two-hour and thirteen-minute movie directed by Ryan Coogler originally came out in 2015. Michael B. Jordan plays the role of Apollo Creed’s son. Coached by producer and actor Sylvester Stallone. Stallone’s franchise “Rocky” Series will also stream this month on HBO Max. The film still tops the long list of underdog boxing movies. Phylicia Rashad plays Jordan’s mother in the film. Three years later Coogler released Creed II in 2018. The second version is a continuation of the Adoni Creed story. The two-hour and ten-minute film goes deeper into his quest to become a champion. This film pulled in a $214 million grosser at the box office.

A Look at The Box Office

“Avatar: The Way of Water” is ranked number one on the Box Office list. Way of Water was released on December 16 and has made a total gross of $671,386,217 appearing in over 4,300 theaters. Show in 4,345 theaters “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania” ranks as number two with a total gross of $189,335,211. “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish” ranked number three on the charts and has played in over 4,000 theaters since December 21st. It has brought in $177,597,605 dollars. Ranked as number four “M3GAN”, has made $94,928,425 since Jan 6. A Man Called Otto comes in as number six. The film has made $63,520,701 appearing in less than four thousand theaters.

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