Now that this year's Oscar nominations have been announced, February is the perfect time to make sure you've screened all of the nominated films before the winners are announced during the 95th Oscars on Sunday, March 12. (Why not start with the Best Picture nominees?) That said, there are still plenty of new releases arriving this month, including two remastered Oscar-winning epics (Titanic and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, both back in theaters more than 20 years later), two hotly-anticipated threequels (Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania and Magic Mike's Last Dance), and one movie about a bear on cocaine. (That would be the aptly-titled Cocaine Bear.)

Scroll on for all of the movies hitting theaters and streaming platforms this February.

80 for Brady

Two-time Oscar winner Jane Fonda reunites with her Book Club for another outing later this year, but first, she's embarking on a different girls' trip with another group of onscreen legends: In 80 for Brady, Fonda stars alongside fellow two-time Oscar winner Sally Field, Oscar winner Rita Moreno, and Oscar nominee Lily Tomlin as four best friends who head to the Super Bowl to root on their favorite player, Tom Brady (co-starring as himself). The comedy's cast also includes Billy Porter, Guy Fieri, and Rob "Gronk" Gronkowski.

Watch it: In theaters Feb. 3.

Knock at the Cabin

Would you sacrifice a loved one to stave off the apocalypse? That's the premise of M. Night Shyamalan's latest, an adaptation of horror novel The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay. The film centers on a couple (Jonathan Groff and Ben Aldridge) who take their young daughter on a weekend getaway to a remote cabin, only for a quartet of strangers (led by Dave Bautista) to arrive with a doomsday prophecy and one chance at stopping the end of the world.

Watch it: In theaters Feb. 3.

Magic Mike's Last Dance

The third and final installment in Steven Soderbergh and Channing Tatum's Magic Mike saga picks up as everybody's favorite furniture maker-turned-stripper, Mike (Tatum), and a wealthy socialite (played by Salma Hayek) head abroad to London to create their own Moulin Rouge!-esque stage spectacle. (A fictionalized version of the very-real Magic Mike Live.) According to Soderbergh, it all climaxes with a 30-minute dance finale.

Watch it: In theaters Feb. 10.

Of an Age

After making his feature directorial debut with last year's haunting folk tale, You Won't Be Alone, about a shapeshifting witch terrorizing a Macedonian village in the 1800s, filmmaker Goran Stolevski subverts all expectations with his follow-up, a romantic drama about an 18-year-old Serbian expat (Elias Anton) who falls for his girl friend's older brother (Thom Green). The film is told in two parts, beginning on the day they meet in 1999 and then a decade later, when they cross paths again at a wedding.

Watch it: In theaters Feb. 10.


In celebration of the film's 25th anniversary, Titanic returns to theaters in all its remastered glory, screening in James Cameron's prefered 3D 4K HDR and high-frame rate. The timeless love story of Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet) aboard the maiden voyage of the unsinkable Titanic remains tied for the most Oscar wins all time, with 11 in total including Best Picture. (The honor is shared with 1959's Ben-Hur and 2003's The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King.)

Watch it: In theaters Feb. 10.

Your Place or Mine

Last year's Ticket to Paradise reunited the queen of '90s rom-coms (Julia Roberts) with her favorite leading man (George Clooney). Now, Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher, who starred in the best romantic comedies of the aughts, are returning to the genre in this best friends-to-lovers swooner from Aline Brosh McKenna, the writer behind The Devil Wears Prada and 27 Dresses, in her feature directorial debut.

Watch it: On Netflix Feb. 10.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania

The Marvel Cinematic Universe's fifth phase kicks off with the introduction of a new big bad: Jonathan Majors' Kang the Conqueror. The Ant family — Scott Lang/Ant-Man (Paul Rudd), Hope Van Dyne/Wasp (Evangeline Lilly), Cassie Lang (Kathryn Newton), Dr. Hank Pym (Michael Douglas), and Janet Van Dyne (Michelle Pfeiffer) — will encounter the multiversal supervillain when they are inadvertently sucked into the Quantum Realm.

Watch it: In theaters Feb. 17.

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

On March 12, Michelle Yeoh will attend the Oscars as a newly-minted first-time nominee for her performance in Everything Everywhere All at Once. Before then, in a bit of fortuitous timing, the film that made her a star in the West will return to theaters, newly remastered in 4K. Ang Lee's masterpiece about 19th century warriors and the mighty Green Destiny sword, was nominated for 10 Oscars, including Best Picture, and won three, including Best Foreign Language Film. (Now, Best International Feature Film.)

Watch it: In theaters Feb. 17.

Return to Seoul

French-Cambodian filmmaker Davy Chou's drama, which was shortlisted for Best International Feature Film at the 95th Oscars, follows 25-year-old Frédérique Benoît, aka Freddie (first-time actress Park Ji-min), as she travels to South Korea on a whim, her first time returning to her birth country since being adopted by French parents. The film unfolds across the eight years that follow, revealing the unexpected impact of her impulsive journey.

Watch it: In theaters Feb. 17.

Cocaine Bear

As a director, Elizabeth Banks has genre hopped from musical comedy (2015's Pitch Perfect 2) to action flick (2019's Charlie's Angels) and now Cocaine Bear, about a bear who inadvertently gets high on the titular amphetamine. Inspired by a true story, the '80s-set comedy stars Keri Russell, Margo Martindale, O'Shea Jackson Jr., Alden Ehrenreich, and the late Ray Liotta as the smalltown cops, drug runners, and innocent tourists contending with an apex predator on a coke-fueled rampage.

Watch it: In theaters Feb. 24.

The Quiet Girl

This year's Best International Feature Film nominees hail from Germany (All Quiet on the Western Front), Argentina (Argentina, 1985), Belgium (Close), Poland (EO), and Ireland, with filmmaker Colm Bairéad's The Quiet Girl. Set in rural Ireland in 1981, a withdrawn nine-year-old called Cáit (newcomer Catherine Clinch) is sent to live with distant relatives (Carrie Crowley and Andrew Bennett) for the summer and learns the power of speaking out.

Watch it: In theaters Feb. 24.

Also out in February: Baby Ruby (in theaters Feb. 3), True Spirit (on Netflix Feb. 3), Sharper (in theaters Feb. 10 and on Apple TV+ Feb. 17), Somebody I Used to Know (on Prime Video Feb. 10), Swallowed (on VOD and digital Feb. 14), Marlowe (in theaters Feb. 15), Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey (in theaters Feb. 15), Emily (in theaters Feb. 17), Jesus Revolution (in theaters Feb. 24), Mummies (in theaters Feb. 24), and We Have a Ghost Movie (on Netflix Feb. 24).


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