Not really, IMO. The last time there was as large-scale movement was nu-metal: IMO, garage-revival was a bit smaller and more indie-centric. Nothing at all after that, though, unless going fully "retro" is a movement.
There was the garage thing and then the Green Day/Weezer pop-punk/emo thing remained a viable path for rock stardom/success into I guess the late 2000s, but then that's it. All subsequent mainstream popular music developments have been pop or hip-hop oriented.