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If you’re ready for a fun night out at the movies, it all starts with choosing where to go and what to see. From national chains to local movie theaters, there are tons of different choices available. Here are the best ways to find a movie theater near you.
Fandango is the leader in the movie theater ticketing business. So naturally, the website is a great place to go to figure what the current movies are in theaters right now. The theater search is very simple, just enter your city or zip code. It will then populate a list of the theaters nearest to you, including all of the movies playing and their show times.
Local Discount Theaters
If seeing the new theater movie release isn’t as important as going out without breaking the bank, check out your local discount theaters. These can be more difficult to locate, because there’s no national directory of them. However, you can simply do a Google search for them. Typically called “Discount” theaters or “Second-Run” theaters, there’s typically several in most cities. If you’re a beer lover, you may be able to locate theaters that serve restaurant food and drinks rather than the usual theater fare.
In addition to housing one of the most trusted movie ratings online, IMDB offers information on movie theaters and their showtimes. Simply set your location and see a list of available theaters and showtimes. A bonus is that you can easily see the IMDB ratings for different movies, so you can have a good idea of whether something will be to your liking or not before heading out.
IMAX theaters offer a more immersive movie experience than traditional theaters. From bigger screens, better images and realistic audio, some of the best new movies are better viewed in IMAX. It’s the best option for movie connoisseurs that simply want the ultimate experience. To check your local theater’s 3D movie schedule, check the IMAX website and enter your address under the “Find a Theatre” tab.
Major movie theater chains offer Real3D movies, which are super fun for both adults and kids. Simply wear 3D goggles and enjoy an added dimension to regular flicks. AMC, Cinemark and Regal Cinemas all offer this option, which is available for select films.
The technology is all digital and theaters are typically available in major cities. Just like local discount theaters, there’s not a single comprehensive resource for the 3D theaters. So the best way to find them is on Fandango or Google.
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The Most Anticipated Movies Coming in 2021
As if the pandemic and tumult of 2020 weren’t enough, last year also delayed a slew of hotly anticipated films , ranging from action blockbusters such as “Black Widow” and “No Time to Die” to the Timothée Chalamet-led sci-fi epic “Dune,” which will now release both in theaters and on HBO Max in 2021 .
Most theaters across the country have reopened their doors, letting film lovers view previously delayed releases and new films. However, many fall films are banking on hybrid release plans after the delta variant put a damper on the full-fledged return to theaters. The good news is there are numerous options for viewing the year’s hottest films.
Fall movies premiering in theaters on HBO Max on the same day include Clint Eastwood’s “Cry Macho” and “Dune,” starring Timothy Chalamet. Meanwhile, James Bond installment “No Time to Die” and Wes Anderson’s “The French Dispatch” will premiere only in theaters.
Read on to see all the highly anticipated films of 2021.
Raya and the Last Dragon
Featuring the voices of Kelly Marie Tran and Awkwafina, Walt Disney Animation’s upcoming animated feature is its first to center on a Southeast Asian heroine and will premiere both on Disney Plus and in theaters. It will follow the journey of Raya, a passionate warrior on a quest to find the last dragon to restore peace in a mythical world. Watch the trailer here.
Coming 2 America
Eddie Murphy is back as Prince Akeem in this long-awaited sequel to the 1988 film. Directed by Craig Brewer from a screenplay written by Kenya Barris, Barry W. Blaustein and David Sheffield, Prince Akeem is set to become King of Zamuda when he discovers he has a son in America (Jermaine Fowler). Of course, hilarious antics ensue. Watch the trailer here .
Godzilla vs. Kong
Set to debut on both HBO Max and in theaters, the crossover sequel to “Godzilla: King of the Monsters” and “Kong: Skull Island” will see the iconic monsters square off in an epic battle for the ages, while humanity hopes to wipe out both of them in order to take back the planet.
Adapted from the popular video game, MMA fighter Cole Young (Lewis Tan) seeks out the Earthrealm’s greatest champions to stand against the forces of Outworld in a high-stakes battle to save the universe.
The Water Man
David Oyelowo’s feature directorial debut follows Gunner (Lonnie Chavis), a boy who sets out on a quest to save his ill mother (Rosario Dawson) by searching for the Water Man, a mythic figure who holds the secret to immortality. Gunner and Jo (Amiah Miller), a mysterious local girl, journey into the remote Wild Horse forest and discover that the deeper they venture, the more dangerous the forest becomes. Their only hope for rescue is Gunner’s father (Oyelowo), who will stop at nothing to save them.
Based on one of the most notorious crimes in FBI history, Emilia Clark stars as Susan Smith, a young woman desperate to escape a seedy life in a Kentucky coal mining town. Enter Mark Putnam (Jack Huston): a new FBI agent who may be the answer to changing her bad luck. He recruits Susan as his informant for a high-profile case, but as their relationship deepens, so does the danger. The cast includes Sophie Lowe, Austin Hébert, Karl Glusman, Chris Mulkey, Omar Miller, Kevin Dunn, Thora Birch and Johnny Knoxville. Watch the trailer here .
Do you wanna play a game? Tobin Kramer might not be back to play the primary villain of the “Saw” franchise, but the ninth installment of the series is back this spring and finds a stacked cast in Chris Rock, Max Minghella, Marisol Nichols, Samuel L. Jackson and Zoie Palmer. This next chapter of “Saw” is rocked by a new criminal mastermind who unleashes a twisted form of justice. Detective Ezekiel “Zeke” Banks (Rock) works under the shadow of his father, an esteemed police veteran (Jackson), with his rookie partner (Minghella). Ensuring his own legacy, Zeke and his partner take charge of a grisly set of murders that are eerily reminiscent of the city’s gruesome past. However, it’s only a matter of time before he is trapped in the middle of the killer’s morbid game.
Woman in the Window
Starring Amy Adams, Julianne Moore, Gary Oldman and Anthony Mackie, director Joe Wright’s new Netflix movie appears a bit more ominous than its “Rear Window” predecessor. Dr. Anna Fox is an agoraphobic phycologist obsessed with her new neighbors. When she witnesses a disturbing act of violence from her window, she becomes consumed with solving the brutal crime from the confines of her home.
Army of the Dead
One highly anticipated movie of the year just wasn’t enough for Zack Snyder! From the “Justice League” director comes an apocalyptic tale about a group of mercenaries who take the ultimate gamble after a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas. Taking a cue from their Rat Pack predecessors (or maybe George Clooney), the group ventures into the quarantine zone for the greatest heist of all time. The cast includes Dave Bautista, Huma Qureshi, Ella Purnell, Hiroyuki Sanada, Matthias Schweighöfer and Tig Notaro, who replaces original cast member Chris D’Elia.
Set against the punk and fashion scenes of 1970s London, Disney’s live-action feature will introduce Emma Stone as a younger Cruella de Vil, the iconic villain from 1961’s “101 Dalmatians.” It will also star Emma Thompson, Joel Fry Paul, Walter Hauser and Mark Strong.
A Quiet Place Part II
“A Quiet Place Part II” will again see the family members played by Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe stay silent and evade deadly monsters in a dystopian world. Despite his character’s demise in the first movie, John Krasinski returned to direct the sequel. Watch a trailer here.
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson are back as Lorraine and Ed Warren for a chilling story of terror, murder and unknown evil that shocked even the real-life paranormal investigators “The Conjuring” franchise is based on. Pulling from one of the most sensational cases from their files, “The Devil Made Me Do It” begins with the fight for a young boy’s soul and ends up taking the Warrens beyond anything they’ve ever seen before. For the first time in U.S. history, a murder suspect claims demonic possession as their defense.
In the Heights
Debuting both on HBO Max and in theaters, the musical drama — directed by “Crazy Rich Asians” director Jon M. Chu and produced by Lin-Manuel Miranda — explores three days in New York City’s Dominican American neighborhood of Washington Heights. Based on Miranda’s musical of the same name, the adaptation stars Stephanie Beatriz, Anthony Ramos, Melissa Barrera and more. Watch the trailer here.
Set along the Italian Riviera, Pixar’s coming-of-age story about one young boy’s unforgettable summer rests on a deeply-held secret: his best friend is a sea monster from another world. The cast includes Jacob Tremblay, Maya Rudolph, Jack Dylan Grazer, Emma Berman, Marco Barricelli and Jim Gaffigan.
Fast & Furious 9
This ninth installment of the beloved action franchise again follows Dominic Toretto, played by Vin Diesel, whose crew and family members join forces to battle one of the world’s most talented assassins and high-performance drivers — his estranged brother, Jakob, played by John Cena. The new movie also sees the return of Han Lue, a fan-favorite character thought to be long-dead. Watch the trailer here .
Based on the viral 2015 Twitter thread, what could possibly be this summer’s wildest movie centers on Zola (Taylour Paige), a Detroit waitress who befriends Stefani (Riley Keough), an exotic dancer who convinces her new friend to join her on a road trip to a high-end strip club in Florida where they can make a fortune in just one night of dancing. In the face of Stefani’s pimp (Colman Domingo) and idiot boyfriend (Nicholas Braun), Tampa gangsters and loads of debauchery, the 48-hour adventure spirals out of control.
Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain
Director Morgan Neville explores the life story of legendary chef and restauranteur Anthony Bourdain by piecing together footage from around the world, past interviews, and current interviews with his friends, fellow chefs and closest associates. The documentary reveals a new side of Bourdain, who stole the hearts of viewers worldwide with his TV series “Parts Unknown” and died by suicide in 2018.
“The Purge” series is set to come to an end with its fifth movie. With no official description from Universal Pictures, the plotline is still relatively unknown. However, Will Patton revealed in a recent interview with Collider that he plays a rancher. Back in January, director Everardo Gout revealed to Total Film that it takes place following the events of “Purge: Election Year” and things take a turn when a group of outsiders continue purging beyond the allotted amount of time. The movie also features Josh Lucas, Ana de la Reguera, Tenoch Huerta, Cassidy Freeman and Veronica Falcón.
Scarlett Johansson is finally getting a standalone Black Widow movie. The long-awaited Marvel film, also starring David Harbour, Florence Pugh and O-T Fagbenle, is set after 2016’s “Captain America: Civil War.” It will see Natasha Romanoff on the run and forced to confront her past as a spy, long before she became an Avenger. Watch a special clip here.
Space Jam: A New Legacy
NBA superstar LeBron James teams up with Bugs Bunny and the rest of the Looney Tunes crew for this long-awaited sequel to the 1996 classic, which debuts on HBO Max and in theaters. The family comedy, directed by Malcolm D. Lee, includes Sonequa Martin-Green, Don Cheadle and NBA players like Klay Thompson, Chris Paul and more.
Escape Room: Tournament of Champions
Director Adam Robitel and producer Neal H. Moritz return for the sequel to the 2019 psychological thriller, in addition to actors Taylor Russell and Logan Miller. Plot details are scarce, but we know Indya Moore, Holland Roden, Isabelle Fuhrman, Carlito Olivero, Thomas Cocquerel and James Frain joined the cast and there is likely to be another life-and-death game propelling the storyline.
Based on the graphic novel “Sandcastle” by Pierre Oscar Lévy and Frederik Peeters, “Old” centers on a family on a tropical holiday. Things take a turn when they discover a secluded beach that causes them to age rapidly— reducing their entire lives into a single day. From thriller veteran director M. Night Shyamalan, it stars Gael García Bernal, Vicky Krieps, Rufus Sewell, Ken Leung, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Abbey Lee, Aaron Pierre, Alex Wolff, Embeth Davidtz, Eliza Scanlen, Emun Elliott, Kathleen Chalfant and Thomasin McKenzie.
The Green Knight
The Green Knight is not this tale’s hero, but rather a gigantic emerald-skinner stranger who Sir Gawain (Dev Patel) must confront. In this fantasy adventure, King Arthur’s reckless, headstrong nephew comes face-to-face with ghosts, giants, thieves and schemers, all the while learning to better define his own character and prove his worth in the eyes of his family and the kingdom. It also features Alicia Vikander, Sean Harris and Joel Edgerton.
Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson star in the adventure fantasy film based on Disneyland’s park ride where a small riverboat transports a group of travelers down the Amazon through a supernatural jungle. Watch the trailer here .
French director Leos Carax is set to make his English-language debut with “Annette,” a musical film starring Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard. Written by sibling duo Ron and Russell Mael — also known as the band Sparks — “Annette” tells the story of a stand-up comedian and his world-famous soprano wife. But, their lives take an unexpected turn when their daughter, Annette, is born. The film will debut at Cannes Film Festival and will then be available in theaters and on Amazon Prime in late summer.
The Suicide Squad
Directed by James Gunn and premiering on both HBO Max and in theaters, the “Suicide Squad” standalone sequel follows the comic book roots of Harley Quinn and her gang of supervillains, rather than continuing the narrative of the 2016 film. The star-studded cast features Viola Davis, Margot Robbie, Taika Waititi, Sylvester Stallone, Idris Elba, Jai Courtney and Pete Davidson.
The Kissing Booth 3
The final chapter of the rom-com trilogy, “The Kissing Booth 3” follows Elle (Joey King) as she must decide which college to attend while balancing her friendship with Lee (Joel Courtney) and relationship with Noah (Jacob Elordi). Of course, Taylor Perez returns as Marco to stir up trouble and potentially win Elle back after their kiss in the sequel. Directed by Vince Marcello, the film comes out on Aug. 11 via Netflix.
In Shawn Levy’s bright and inventive summer blockbuster “Free Guy,” Ryan Reynolds plays a video game character who doesn’t know that his world isn’t real. Somewhere between “Deadpool,” “The Matrix” and “The Lego Movie,” “Free Guy” follows what happens when an “NPC” (non-playable character) gains consciousness and falls in love. The film premieres in theaters on Aug. 13.
As the sole hearing member of a deaf family, 17-year-old Ruby (Emilia Jones) focuses her life on being the interpreter for her parents (Marlee Matlin, Troy Kotsur) and working on the family’s struggling fishing boat every day before school. She ends up joining her school’s choir and is encouraged to apply to music school when she discovers she has a gift for singing. However, Ruby comes to feel torn between her obligations to her family and the pursuit of her own dreams.
Written and directed by Neill Blomkamp, this horror thriller sees a young woman unleash terrifying demons when supernatural forces at the root of a decades old rift between mother and daughter are ruthlessly revealed. The cast includes Carly Pope, Chris William Martin and Michael Rogers.
He's All That
Addison Rae makes her feature debut in “He’s All That,” a gender-swapped reboot of the 1999 rom-com. Mark Waters, the filmmaker behind “Mean Girls” and “Freaky Friday,” directs, while R. Lee Fleming, who wrote the original movie, also penned the remake. Also starring Tanner Buchanan, Matthew Lillard, Rachael Leigh Cook, Madison Pettis and Peyton Meyer, the film is set for an Aug. 27 release on Netflix.
Audiences were deeply excited to see Nia DaCosta’s take on the “Candyman” last October, but like many films on this list, it was pushed. We’ve only seen glimpses of the director’s vision including a couple trailers and this haunting, shadow puppet short which she released with these thoughts via her Twitter account : “CANDYMAN, at the intersection of white violence and black pain, is about unwilling martyrs. The people they were, the symbols we turn them into, the monsters we are told they must have been.”
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, who recently won an Emmy for his work on “Watchmen,” stars as the film’s lead and Oscar-winning director Jordan Peele co-wrote the script along with DaCosta and Win Rosenfeld. If you’re looking for something to tide you over until August, we strongly recommend watching DaCosta’s 2018 feature “Little Woods” (written by DaCosta as well) and getting familiar with her work – you’re going to be hearing a lot from her, as she’s already slated to direct the sequel to “Captain Marvel.”
Featuring a star-studded cast of Camilla Cabello, Nicholas Galitzine, Billy Porter, Idina Menzel, James Corden, John Mulaney and Pierce Bronson, the classic Disney princess film chronicles the fairytale in a revamped, modern twist. Instead of having her biggest goal be finding her Prince Charming, Cinderella — with the help of her Fab G (Porter) — has a bigger ambition of making it as a fashion designer. The film is set to premiere on Sept. 3 on Amazon Prime Video.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
Another installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Just Mercy” director Destin Daniel Cretton introduces Shang-Chi (Simu Liu), a master martial artist. Co-starring Awkwafina, Michelle Yeoh, Florian Munteanu and more, this will be the first MCU film with a mostly Asian and Asian American cast.
Set in 1978, a former rodeo star and horse breeder takes a job to bring an ex-boss’ young son home and out of the hands of his alcoholic mom. The pair face a challenging journey as they cross over from rural Mexico to Texas and all the while the horseman has a chance at redemption by teaching the boy the meaning of being a good man. Clint Eastwood directs and star.
The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Starring Andrew Garfield and Jessica Chastain, “The Eyes of Tammy Faye,” based on a true story, follows the life of mega-televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker in their colorful, clean-cut world. Being positioned as trusted, spiritual leaders takes a toll on the couple as financial improprieties, a sex scandal and rivals break up their marriage — and their empire. With props to the hair and makeup artists of the film, Garfield and Chastain look unrecognizable as their characters grow older throughout the years.
Everybody’s Talking About Jamie
Adapted from the popular West End musical, “Everybody’s Talking About Jamie” brings viewers into the world of Jamie New, a teenager from Sheffield who dreams of life on stage. As he gets mentored by a local drag queen legend, Jamie dives into the world of glamour, while also dealing with his unsupportive father and ignorant classmates. The cast stars Max Harwood as Jamie New, Sarah Lancashire, Lauren Patel, Shobna Gulati, Ralph Inseson, Adeel Ahktar, Samuel Bottomely, Sharon Horgan and Richard E. Grant. The film will premiere on Sept. 17 on Amazon Prime Video.
Dear Evan Hansen
Ben Platt returns in his Tony-winning titular role in the big-screen adaptation of the Broadway musical hit created by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. “Dear Evan Hansen” follows Evan Hansen, an anxious and isolated high school student who gets caught in a complicated lie after one of his classmates commits suicide.
The Many Saints of Newark
The prequel to HBO’s wildly successful series “The Sopranos,” “The Many Saints of Newark” depicts the 1967 riots in Newark, N.J. and the tension between the town’s Italian and Black communities. Directed by Alan Taylor, who also helmed several episodes of “The Sopranos,” the film stars Alessandro Nivola, Leslie Odom Jr., Jon Bernthal, Corey Stoll, Michael Gandolfini, Billy Magnussen, John Magaro, Michela De Rossi, Ray Liotta and Vera Farmiga. “The Sopranos” creator David Chase is also on board as a producer and writer, as is Lawrence Konner.
After winning the top prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival, Julia Ducournau’s body horror film, “Titane,” will creep up on American audiences this fall. Ducournau, the mind behind the 2017 cannibalism thriller “Raw,” subverts and shocks traditional ideas about gender, sex and power through protagonist Alexia, who, after sustaining intense trauma from a major car accident with her family, becomes impregnated by… a car.
Diana: The Musical
The hardly-seen Broadway musical about “the people’s princess” will soon be available to the people. After live preview performances of “Diana” shut down after only a few runs last March due to COVID-19, a stage recording will debut on Netflix. And while shows like “The Crown” and real-life scandals are already keeping Princess Diana on everyone’s minds, why not throw a few showtunes into the mix?
No Time to Die
The 25th movie in the James Bond franchise, starring Daniel Craig in what is likely his last tour as the iconic spy, sees Bond’s retirement in Jamaica cut short when an old friend, Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright), comes seeking help. 007’s mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist puts him on a collision course with Safin (Rami Malek), a mysterious masked villain armed with dangerous technology. Watch a trailer here.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage
Tom Hardy is back as the classic Spider-Man villain, this time ready to take on the superpowered serial killer Carnage, played by Woody Harrelson. Andy Serkis directs the sequel, which fans speculate could be building up to more Marvel crossovers down the road.
The Velvet Underground
In “The Velvet Underground,” director Todd Haynes paints a dazzling historical collage of the seminal rock ‘n’ roll band. Featuring home movies and archival footage of Lou Reed and Co., the film plays out like a “scrapbook of images that moves,” according to Variety film critic Owen Gleiberman . With a limited release in July, the documentary premieres on Apple TV Plus on Oct. 15.
The sequel to 2018’s “Halloween” once again pits Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) against Michael Myers. She and her family are forced to confront the psychotic, masked serial killer. It also features Judy Greer and Anthony Michael Hall.
The Last Duel
Based on Eric Jager’s book “The Last Duel: A True Story of Trial by Combat in Medieval France,” Ridley Scott’s historical drama tells the story of two 14th-century men ordered to engage in a fight to the death. It stars Matt Damon, Adam Driver and Jodie Comer.
Last Night in Soho
Edgar Wright’s next film is a London-set psychological thriller that follows an up-and-coming fashionista who is able to reach back in time and meet her idol, a dazzling singer named Sandy, in the 1960s. The cast includes Anya Taylor-Joy, Thomasin McKenzie and Matt Smith.
Premiering on both HBO Max and in theaters, the long-awaited Denis Villeneuve remake of the sci-fi epic stars Timothée Chalamet as a young duke named Paul Atreides leading a battle to control the desert planet Arrakis. Zendaya, Oscar Isaac, Rebecca Ferguson, Dave Bautista, Jason Momoa and Javier Bardem round out the star-studded cast. Watch the trailer here .
The French Dispatch
Wes Anderson’s latest film boasts a cast of Timothée Chalamet, Tilda Swinton, Saoirse Ronan, Bill Murray, Jeffrey Wright, Frances McDormand, Elisabeth Moss, Willem Dafoe, Christoph Waltz and many more. Set at the office of an American magazine in a fictional French city, the movie is described as a “love letter to journalists” and follows three different storylines. Watch the trailer here.
From the Oscar-winning “Nomadland” director Chloé Zhao, the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s latest space outing will follow an immortal alien race, called the Eternals, who have secretly lived on Earth for thousands of years and possess different powers and abilities, including super strength and the ability to fly. The ensemble cast includes Angelina Jolie, Kit Harrington, Millie Bobby Brown, Richard Madden, Gemma Chan, Kumail Nanjiani, Salma Hayek and more.
The upcoming installment of the iconic franchise picks up 30 years after 1989’s “Ghostbusters II” and follows a family that moves to a small town to discover their connection to the ghost-catching business. Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver and Annie Potts reprise their roles from the original movie, and they’re joined by Finn Wolfhard, McKenna Grace, Paul Rudd and Carrie Coon.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s 1970s-set film is a coming-of-age tale set in California’s San Fernando Valley. Alana Haim and Cooper Hoffman star, with Bradley Cooper co-starring with Joseph Cross and Benny Safdie. Hoffman plays a high-schooler who develops an affection for a photographer’s assistant in her 20s, played by Haim.
House of Gucci
Adam Driver and Lady Gaga are a force to be reckoned with as they portray Mr. and Mrs. Gucci. The film details the assassination of Maurizio Gucci (Driver), and the downfall of the Gucci family fashion dynasty. Al Pacino, Jared Leto and Jeremy Irons co-star in Ridley Scott’s deliriously over-the-top family saga.
West Side Story
Directed by Steven Spielberg, this long-awaited adaptation of the 1957 Broadway musical stars Ansel Elgort and newcomer Rachel Zegler as star-crossed lovers Tony and Maria. In comparison to the 1961 film adaptation, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tony Kushner’s script is expected to closely mirror that of the original theater production. Rita Moreno, who played Anita in the 1961 film, also appears in a supporting role.
Don't Look Up
(In theaters Dec. 10; on Netflix Dec. 24)
Netflix’s comedy about two low-level astronomers who must go on a giant media tour to warn mankind of an approaching comet that will destroy Earth has stirred quite the buzz with its star-studded cast. Written and directed by Adam McKay, it features Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Cate Blanchett, Timothée Chalamet, Meryl Streep, Jonah Hill, Ariana Grande, Ron Perlman and Tyler Perry.
Based on the novel of the same name by William Lindsay Gresham, “Nightmare Alley” is a psychological thriller directed by Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro. Bradley Cooper and Cate Blanchett star as a manipulative carny and a psychiatrist with dangerous tendencies, respectively. Willem Dafoe, Toni Collette and Rooney Mara are just a few more names in the all-star cast.
Spider-Man: No Way Home
The third “Spider-Man” film led by Tom Holland is already making fans excited at the seemingly endless rumors about returning villains from past movies. Alfred Molina’s Doctor Octopus from “Spider-Man 2” starring Tobey Maguire and Jamie Foxx’s Electro from Andrew Garfield’s “Amazing Spider-Man 2” will reprise their roles, in what is sure to be an ambitious, universe-crossing superhero film.
The Matrix 4
Get ready to re-enter the Matrix. Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Jada Pinkett Smith, Lambert Wilson and Daniel Bernhardt will reprise their roles for the fourth film in the beloved sci-fi franchise, directed by Lana Wachowski.
A sequel to the 2016 animated movie musical, “Sing 2” reimagines our favorite actors as singing animals. Premiering in theaters on Dec. 22 and starring Scarlett Johansson, Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Taron Egerton, Nick Kroll, Seth MacFarlane, Tori Kelly, John C. Reilly, Nick Offerman, Jennifer Hudson and more, “Sing 2” is the perfect Christmas movie for the family.
The Tragedy of Macbeth
Based on the Shakespeare play, Denzel Washington stars in the title role with Joel Coen in the director’s chair – a rare case where he isn’t directing with his brother, Ethan. Frances McDormand will play Lady Macbeth, with Brendan Gleeson as King Duncan and Corey Hawkins as Macduff.
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The Best Movies category awards the best-reviewed film regardless of their release, whether they went straight to streaming or swung onto the silver screen. Spider-Man: No Way Home became the mega-cultural event that would entice moviegoers back into theaters, and it lived up to the hype for critics, as well. It was a music-filled year with In the Heights , West Side Story , and Summer of Soul . On the heavy side, some big tomatoes for Pig and a career-best Nicolas Cage, Jane Campion’s first-in-11-years The Power of the Dog , and A Quiet Place Part II , everyone’s collective exhalation through horror. Meanwhile, Raya and the Last Dragon , The Mitchells vs the Machines , and Coda brought representative, progressive ingredients to family storytelling.
The order reflects Tomatometer scores (as of December 31, 2021) after adjustment from our ranking formula, which compensates for variation in the number of reviews when comparing movies or TV shows.
Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) 93%
In the Heights (2021) 94%
Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) (2021) 99%
Pig (2021) 97%
The Power of the Dog (2021) 94%
CODA (2021) 94%
Raya and the Last Dragon (2021) 93%
West Side Story (2021) 92%
A Quiet Place Part II (2021) 91%
The Mitchells vs. the Machines (2021) 97%
The Suicide Squad (2021) 90%
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (2021) 92%
Shiva Baby (2020) 97%
The Velvet Underground (2021) 98%
The Truffle Hunters (2020) 97%
Quo vadis, aida (2020) 100%.
Luca (2021) 91%
Slalom (2020) 100%
Drive My Car (2021) 97%
Coded Bias (2020) 100%
The Sparks Brothers (2021) 96%
Parallel Mothers (2021) 96%
The Lost Daughter (2021) 94%
Mayor (2020) 100%
Two of Us (2019) 98%
Mass (2021) 95%
Luzzu (2021) 98%
Changing the Game (2019) 100%
Acasa, My Home (2020) 100%
Sabaya (2021) 100%
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2021 New Movie Releases: The Full Movie Release Date Schedule
It seems that Hollywood is going to be very busy with its 2021 movies coming to theaters. With an ungodly amount of comic book movies from Marvel and DC alike to the new Fast and Furious movie, the next calendar year is jam-packed with some of the most anticipated releases to ever be announced. That is due, in part, to the fact that many of these films were originally scheduled for a sooner release, or should have been out months ago.
The outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic led to a great deal of rescheduling and reevaluating primary methods of distribution , with some studios taking the straight-to-streaming route. The ones who chose to uphold the tradition of going to the theater either postponed a release to later in the year, or went as far as pushing it right into the 2021 calendar, which is why you may recognize some of the titles below as films you hoped to see in 2020.
The following is a one-stop location for all the movies to look forward to in 2021 and when to expect them. Of course, as we all should be used to by now, dates are subject to change, so be sure check back for shifts in the schedule. Enjoy!
January 2021 Movie Releases
Be sure to pay attention to The Little Things if spending One Night in Miami this January 2021.
Friday January 8th
Herself - Amazon Prime Release - Rated R - Clare Dunne, Molly McCann
Thursday January 14th
Locked Down - HBO Max Release - Rated R - Anne Hathaway , Chiwetel Ejiofor
Friday January 15th
The Marksman - Rated PG-13 - Liam Neeson , Katheryn Winnick
One Night in Miami - Amazon Prime Release - Rated R - Aldis Hodge, Leslie Odom, Jr.
Outside the Wire - Netflix Release - Rated R - Antony Mackie , Damson Idris
The Ultimate Playlist of Noise - Hulu Release - Rated PG-13 - Keean Johnson, Madeline Brewer
Friday January 22nd
Our Friend - Rated R - Jason Segel, Dakota Johnson
The White Tiger - Netflix Release - Rated R - Priyanka Chopra , Rajkummar Rao
Wednesday January 27
Penguin Bloom - Netflix Release - Not Rated - Naomi Watts, Andrew Lincoln
Friday January 29th
The Dig - Netflix Release - Rated PG-13 - Carey Mulligan , Ralph Fiennes
Finding 'Ohana - Netflix Release - Rated PG - Kea Peahu, Alex Aiono
The Little Things - Rated R - Denzel Washington , Jared Leto
Palmer - Apple TV+ Release - Rated R - Justin Timberlake, Juno Temple
Saint Maud - Rated R - Morfydd Clark, Jennifer Ehle
Supernova - Rated R - Colin Firth , Stanley Tucci
February 2021 Movie Releases
February 2021 sounds like a perfect for Barb and Star to go to Vista Del Mar, and to look out for the many other anticipated movie releases scheduled for that month.
Friday February 5th
Bliss - Amazon Prime Release - Rated R - Owen Wilson , Salma Hayek
Falling - Rated R - Viggo Mortensen, Lance Henriksen
Little Fish - Not Rated - Olivia Cooke, Jack O'Connell
Malcolm & Marie - Netflix Release - Rated R - Zendaya , John David Washington
Minamata - Rated R - Johnny Depp, Minami
The Right One - Rated R - Cleopatra Coleman, Iliza Shlesinger
Son of the South - Rated PG-13 - Lucas Till , Lucy Hale
Friday February 12th
Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar - Rated PG-13 - Kristen Wiig , Annie Mumolo
French Exit - Rated R - Michelle Pfeiffer , Lucas Hedges
Judas and the Black Messiah - Theatrical and HBO Max Release - Rated R - Lakeith Stanfield, Jesse Plemons
Land - Rated PG-13 - Robin Wright , Demián Bichir
The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things - Amazon Prime Release - Rated PG-13 - Kathryn Newton, Josh Hamilton
To All The Boys: Always And Forever - Netflix Release - Rated TV-14 - Lana Condor, Noah Centineo
Friday February 19th
Blithe Spirit - Rated PG-13 - Dan Stevens, Leslie Mann
Flora & Ulysses - Disney+ Release - Rated PG - Alyson Hannigan, Kate Micucci
I Care a Lot - Netflix Release - Rated R - Rosamund Pike, Peter Dinklage
The Mauritanian - Rated R - Shailene Woodley, Tahar Rahim,
Nomadland - Rated R - Frances McDormand
Friday February 26th
Billie Eilish: The World's a Little Blurry - Apple TV+ Documentary - Rated R - Billie Eilish
Cherry - Theatrical (Apple TV+ Release March 12) - Rated R - Tom Holland
Crisis - Rated R - Gary Oldman, Armie Hammer
The Father - Rated PG-13 - Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman
Tom and Jerry - Rated PG - Chloë Grace Moretz , Michael Peña
Tyger Tyger - Rating TBD - Sam Quartin, Dylan Sprouse
The United States vs. Billie Holiday - Hulu Release - Not Rated - Andra Day, Trevante Rhodes
March 2021 Movie Releases
Good thing Eddie Murphy is, once again, Coming 2 America before Godzilla and Kong's battle potentially destroys it in March 2021.
Monday March 1st
Biggie: I Got a Story to Tell - Netflix Doctumentary - Rated R
Wednesday March 3rd
Moxie - Netflix Release - Rated PG-13 - Josephine Langford, Ike Barinholtz
Thursday March 4th
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The Run - CBS All Access Release - Rated PG - Tom Kenny, Keanu Reeves
Friday March 5th
Boogie - Rated R - Taylor Takahashi, Pamelyn Chee
Boss Level - Hulu Release - Rating TBD - Frank Grillo, Mel Gibson
Chaos Walking - Rated PG-13 - Daisy Ridley , Tom Holland
Coming 2 America - Amazon Prime Release - Rated PG-13 - Eddie Murphy, Arsenio Hall
My Salinger Year - Rated R - Margaret Qualley, Sigourney Weaver
Raya and the Last Dragon - Disney+ Release - Rated PG - Kelly Marie Tran, Awkwafina
Friday March 12th
Cherry - Apple TV+ Release (Released Theatrically in February) - Rated R - Tom Holland
Yes Day - Netflix Release - Rated PG - Jennifer Garner, Edgar Ramirez
Thursday March 18th
Zack Snyder's Justice League - HBO Max Release - Rated R - Ben Affleck , Henry Cavill
Friday March 19th
The Courier - Rated PG-13 - Benedict Cumberbatch, Rachel Brosnahan
Friday March 26th
A Week Away - Netflix Release - Rated PG - Bailee Madison, Kevin Quinn
Bad Trip - Netflix Release - Rated R - Eric Andre, Lil Rel Howery
Nobody - Rated R - Bob Odenkirk, Connie Nielsen
Tuesday March 31st
Godzilla vs. Kong - Theatrical and HBO Max - Rated PG-13 - Millie Bobby Brown , Eiza González
April 2021 Movie Releases
Find out if Mortal Kombat will FINISH the franchise and more in April 2021.
Friday April 2nd
The Unholy - PG-13 - Jeffrey Dean Morgan
Friday April 9th
Thunder Force - Netflix Release - Rated PG-13 - Melissa McCarthy, Octavia Spencer
Voyagers - Rating TBD - Colin Farrell, Tye Sheridan
Friday April 23rd
Mortal Kombat - Theatrical and HBO Max Release - Rated R - Jessica McNamee, Hiroyuki Sanada
Friday April 30th
Separation - Rated R - Brian Cox, Rupert Friend
Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse - Amazon Prime Release - Rated R - Michael B. Jordan , Jamie Bell
May 2021 Movie Releases
May 2021 is looking scary with Spiral: From the Book of Saw and A Quiet Place Part II .
Friday May 7th
Here Today - Rated PG-13 - Billy Crystal, Tiffany Haddish
Monster - Netflix Release - Rated R - Kelvin Harrison Jr., Jeffrey Wright
Wrath of Man - Rated R - Jason Statham , Josh Hartnett
Friday May 14th
Finding You - Rated PG - Katherine McNamara, Tom Everett Scott
Profile - Rating TBD - Valene Kane, Shazad Latif
Spiral: From The Book Of Saw - Rated R - Chris Rock , Samuel L. Jackson
Those Who Wish Me Dead - Rated R - Angelina Jolie, Nicolas Hoult
The Woman In The Window - Netflix Release - Rated R - Amy Adams , Gary Oldman
Friday May 21
Army of the Dead - Netflix Release - Rated R - Dave Bautista , Ella Purnell
Dream Horse - Rated PG - Toni Collette, Damian Lewis
Thursday, May 27
Blue Miracle - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Dennis Quaid, Raymond Cruz
Friday May 28th
A Quiet Place Part II - Rated PG-13 - Emily Blunt , Millicent Simmonds
Cruella - Theatrical and Disney+ Premier Access Release - Rated PG-13 - Emma Stone , Mark Strong
June 2021 Movie Releases
If the Devil leaves your Spirit Untamed , hopefully you can be can be brought back In the Heights in June 2021.
Friday June 4th
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It - Theatrical and HBO Max Release - Rating TBD - Vera Farmiga, Patrick Wilson
Spirit Untamed - Rated PG - Eiza González, Jake Gyllenhaal
Thursday June 10th
Infinite - Paramount+ Release - Rated PG-13 - Mark Wahlberg , Dylan O’Brien
Friday June 11th
In the Heights - Theatrical and HBO Max Release - Rated PG-13 - Lin-Manuel Miranda , Anthony Ramos
Wednesday June 16th
The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard - Rated R - Ryan Reynolds , Samuel L. Jackson
Friday June 18th
Fatherhood - Netflix Release - Rated PG-13 - Kevin Hart , Lil Rel Howery
Luca - Disney+ Release - Rated PG - Jacob Tremblay, Jack Dylan Grazer
Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway - Rated PG - James Corden, Margot Robbie
The Sparks Brothers - Rated R - Documentary by Edgar Wright
Friday June 25th
F9: The Fast Saga - Rated PG-13 - Vin Diesel , John Cena
False Positive - Hulu Release - Rated R - Ilana Glazer, Justin Theroux
The Ice Road - Netflix Release - Rated PG-13 - Liam Neeson, Laurence Fishburne
Wednesday June 30th
Zola - Rated R - Taylour Paige, Riley Keough
July 2021 Movie Releases
What a legacy July 2021 is shaping up to lead at the movies.
Thursday July 1st
No Sudden Move - HBO Max Release - Rated R - Don Cheadle, Benicio Del Toro
Friday July 2nd
The Boss Baby: Family Business - Theatrical and Peacock Release - Rated PG - Alec Baldwin, John Flanagan
Fear Street Part One: 1994 - Netflix Release - Rated R - Kiana Madeira, Olivia Scott Welch
The Forever Purge - Rating TBD - Ana de la Reguera, Leven Ramblin
The Tomorrow War - Amazon Prime Release - Rated PG-13 - Betty Gilpin, Chris Pratt
Friday July 9th
Black Widow - Theatrical and Disney+ Premier Access Release - Rating TBD - Scarlett Johansson , Florence Pugh
Fear Street Part Two: 1978 - Netflix Release - Rated R - Sadie Sink, Gillian Jacobs
Wednesday July 14
Gunpowder Milkshake - Netflix Release - Rated R - Karen Gillan , Lena Headey
Friday July 16th
Escape Room: Tournament of Champions - Rated PG-13 - Logan Miller, Taylor Russell
Fear Street Part Three: 1966 - Netflix Release - Rated R - Kiana Madeira, Olivia Scott Welch
Space Jam: A New Legacy - Theatrical and HBO Max Release - Rating TBD - LeBron James, Don Cheadle
Thursday July 22nd
The Last Letter From Your Lover - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Felicity Jones, Shailene Woodley
Friday July 23rd
Joe Bell - Rated R - Mark Wahlberg, Connie Britton
Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins - Rating TBD - Henry Golding, Samara Weaving
Old - Rating TBD - Abbey Lee, Thomas McKenzie
Thursday July 29th
Resort to Love - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Christina Milan, Jay Pharaoh
Friday July 30th
The Exchange - Theatrical and VOD Release - Not Rated - Ed Oxenbould, Justin Hartley
The Green Knight - Rating TBD - Dev Patel, Alicia Vikander
Jungle Cruise - Theatrical and Disney+ Premier Access Release - Rating TBD - Dwayne Johnson , Emily Blunt
Nine Days - Rated R - Bill Skarsgård, Zazie Beetz
Stillwater - Rating TBD - Matt Damon , Abigail Breslin
August 2021 Movie Releases
There are plenty more sequels, or whatever The Suicide Squad should be referred to, in August 2021 as well.
Tuesday August 3rd
Pray Away - Netflix Release - Rated PG-13 - Documentary
Friday August 6th
The Suicide Squad - Theatrical and HBO Max Release - Rated R - Margot Robbie, Viola Davis
Wednesday August 11th
The Kissing Booth 3 - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Joey King, Joel Courtney
Friday August 13th
Beckett - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - John David Washington, Alicia Vikander
CODA - Apple TV+ Release - Rated PG-13 - Emilia Jones, Marlee Matlin
Don't Breathe 2 - Rated R - Stephen Lang
Free Guy - Rating TBD - Ryan Reynolds, Taika Waititi
Respect - Rated PG-13 - Jennifer Hudson, Forest Whitaker
Vivo - Netflix Release - Rated PG - Lin-Manuel Miranda, Pamela Morales
Friday August 20th
The Night House - Rated R - Rebecca Hall, Stacy Martin
Paw Patrol: The Movie - Rating TBD - Lilly Bartlam, Raoul Bhaneja
The Protégé - Rating TBD - Michael Keaton , Maggie Q
Reminiscence - Theatrical and HBO Max Release - Rated PG-13 - Hugh Jackman , Rebecca Ferguson
Sweet Girl - Netflix Release - Rated R - Jason Momoa, Isabela Merced
Friday August 27th
Candyman - Rated R - Tony Todd, Yahya Abdul-Matteen II
He's All That - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Addison Rae, Tanner Buchanan
Vacation Friends - Hulu Release - Rated R - Lil Rel Howery, John Cena
September 2021 Movie Releases
September 2021 is looking to be a legendary time at the movies.
Friday September 3rd
Cinderella - Amazon Prime Release - Rated PG - Camila Cabello, Billy Porter
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings - Theatrical and Disney+ Premier Access Release - Rated PG-13 - Simu Liu, Awkwafina
Friday September 10th
The Card Counter - Rated R - Oscar Isaac , Tye Sheridan
Kate - Theatrical and Netflix Release - Rated R - Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Woody Harrelson
Malignant - Rated R - Annabelle Wallis, Maddie Hasson
Friday September 17th
Blue Bayou - Rated R - Justin Chon, Alicia Vikander
Cry Macho - Theatrical and HBO Max Release - Rated PG-13 - Clint Eastwood, Fernanda Urrejola
Copshop - Rating TBD - Gerard Butler, Frank Grillo
The Eyes of Tammy Faye - Rating TBD - Jessica Chastain , Andrew Garfield
The Starling - Theatrical and Netflix Release (Streaming September 24) - Rated PG-13 - Melissa McCarthy, Timothy Olyphant
Friday September 24th
Dear Evan Hansen - Rating TBD - Ben Platt, Julianne Moore
The Guilty - Theatrical and Netflix Release (Streaming October 1) - Rating TBD - Jake Gyllenhaal , Ethan Hawke
October 2021 Movie Releases
Can Dune or The Last Duel survive some Halloween Kills in October 2021?
Friday October 1st
The Addams Family 2 - Rating TBD - Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron
Hotel Transylvania: Transformania - Rating TBD - Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez
The Many Saints Of Newark - Theatrical and HBO Max Release - Rated R - Jon Bernthal, Vera Farmiga
Friday October 8th
No Time To Die - Rated PG-13 - Daniel Craig, Ana de Armas
Friday October 15th
Halloween Kills - Theatrical and Peacock Release - Rated R - Jamie Lee Curtis, Anthony Michael Hall
The Last Duel - Rating TBD - Ben Affleck, Matt Damon
Venom: Let There Be Carnage - Rating TBD - Tom Hardy , Woody Harrelson
Wednesday October 27
Passing - Theatrical and Netflix Release (Streaming November 10) - Rated PG-13 - Tessa Thompson, Ruth Negga
Friday October 22nd
Dune - Theatrical and HBO Max Release - Rated PG-13 - Timothée Chalamet , Rebecca Ferguson
The French Dispatch - Rated R - Timothée Chalamet, Frances McDormand
The Harder They Fall - Theatrical and Netflix Release (Streaming November 3) - Rating TBD - Idris Elba , Regina King
Jackass Forever - Rating TBD - Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O
Ron’s Gone Wrong - Rating TBD - Zach Galifianakis, Jack Dylan Grazer
Friday, October 29th
Antlers - Rated R - Keri Russell, Jesse Plemons
Army of Thieves - Netflix Release - Rated R - Matthias Schweighöfer, Nathalie Emmanuel
Last Night In Soho - Rating TBD - Anya Taylor-Joy , Thomasin McKenzie
November 2021 Movie Releases
The Ghostbusters franchise gets Afterlife and more in November 2021.
Friday November 5th
Eternals - Rating TBD - Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden
Finch - Apple TV+ Release - Rated PG-13 - Tom Hanks , Caleb Landry Jones
Spencer - Rating TBD - Kristen Stewart , Sean Harris
Wednesday November 10th
Clifford the Big Red Dog - Theatrical and Paramount+ Release - Rated PG - Darby Camp, Jack Whitehall
Friday November 12th
Belfast - Rating TBD - Caitriona Balfe, Jamie Dornan
Bruised - Theatrical and Netflix Release (Streaming November 24) - Rated PG-13 - Andrew Garfield, Vanessa Hudgens
Home Sweet Home Alone - Disney+ Release - Rating TBD - Ellie Kemper, Kenan Thompson
Red Notice - Netflix Release - Rating TBD - Dwayne Johnson, Ryan Reynolds
tick, tick...Boom! - Theatrical and Netflix Release (Streaming November 19) - Rated PG-13 - Andrew Garfield, Vanessa Hudgens
Wednesday November 17
The Power of the Dog - Theatrical and Netflix Release (Streaming December 1) - Rated R - Benedict Cumberbatch, Kirsten Dunst
Friday November 19th
Ghostbusters: Afterlife - Rated PG-13 - Paul Rudd , Bill Murray
King Richard - Rating TBD - Will Smith , Jon Bernthal
Wednesday, November 24th
Encanto - Rating TBD
House of Gucci - Rating TBD - Adam Driver , Lady Gaga
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City - Rating TBD - Robbie Amell, Kaya Scodelario
The Unforgivable - Theatrical and Netflix Release (Streaming December 10) - Sandra Bullock, Viola Davis
December 2021 Movie Releases
Steven Spielberg directs his first feature-length musical - a remake of West Side Story - in one of December 2021's most anticipated releases.
Friday December 3rd
The Hand of God - Theatrical and Netflix Release (Streaming December 15) - Rated R - Filippo Scotti, Toni Servillo
Nightmare Alley - Rating TBD - Bradley Cooper, Cate Blanchett (Limited release)
Shaun the Sheep: The Flight Before Christmas - Netflix Release - Rating TBD
Wolf - Rating TBD - Lily-Rose Depp, George MacKay
Friday December 10th
American Underdog: The Kurt Warner Story - Rating TBD - Zachary Levi
Don't Look Up - Theatrical and Netflix Release (Streaming December 24) - Rating TBD - Leonardo DiCaprio , Jennifer Lawrence
West Side Story - Rating TBD - Maddie Ziegler, Ansel Elgort
Wednesday December 15th
Rumble - Paramount+ Release - Rated PG - Will Arnett, Terry Crews
Friday December 17th
The Lost Daughter - Theatrical and Netflix Release (Streaming December 31) - Rating TBD - Olivia Colman, Dakota Johnson
Spider-Man: No Way Home - Rated PG - Tom Holland, Zendaya
Tuesday December 22nd
Sherlock Holmes 3 - Rating TBD - Robert Downey, Jr., Jude Law
Wednesday December 22nd
A Journal for Jordan - Rating TBD - Michael B. Jordan, Tamara Tunie
The King's Man - Rated R - Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton
The Matrix 4 - Rating TBD - Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss
Sing 2 - Rating TBD - Matthew McConaughey, Scarlett Johansson
Thursday December 23rd
The Nightingale - Rating TBD - Dakota Fanning, Elle Fanning
2021 - Date TBD
We know these film are coming out in 2021, we are just not sure when exactly. Some were set for a specific date in 2021, but have been pushed to the following year, or even later.
7 Prisoners - Theatrical and Netflix Release - Rodrigo Santoro, Christian Malheiros
Bob's Burgers: The Movie - Rating TBD - H. Jon Benjamin, John Roberts
The Comeback Trail - Rated R - Robert De Niro , Zach Braff
The Devil’s Light - Rating TBD - Virginia Madsen, Ben Cross
Everybody's Talking About Jamie - Rating TBD - Max Harwood, Lauren Patel
Fever Dream - Netflix and Theatrical Release - María Valverde, Guillermo Pfening
Micronauts - Rating TBD
Praise This - Rating TBD
Run Sweetheart Run - Amazon Prime Release - Rated R - Ella Balinska, Pilou Asbæk
Samaritan - Rating TBD - Sylvester Stallone , Martin Starr
Tomb Raider 2 - Rating TBD - Alicia Vikander, Kristin Scott Thomas
The Unbearable Weight Of Massive Talent - Rating TBD - Nicolas Cage , Pedro Pascal
Worth - Netflix Release - Rated PG-13 - Michael Keaton, Stanley Tucci
Moved to 2022 or Later:
The 355 - Rating TBD - Jessica Chastain, Sebastian Stan (Moved to January 14, 2022)
Deep Water - Rating TBD - Ana de Armas, Ben Affleck (Moved to January 14, 2022)
The Man From Toronto - Rating TBD - Jason Statham, Kevin Hart (Moved to January 14, 2022)
Morbius - Rating TBD - Jared Leto, Adria Arjona (Moved to January 28, 2022)
Death On The Nile - Rating TBD - Kenneth Branagh, Gal Gadot (Moved to February 11, 2022)
Marry Me - Rated PG-13 - Jennifer Lopez, Owen Wilson (Moved to February 11, 2022)
What About Love - Rating TBD - Andy Garcia, Sharon Stone (Moved to February 11, 2022)
Rumble - Rating TBD - Will Arnett, Terry Crews (Moved to February 18, 2022)
Uncharted - Rating TBD - Tom Holland, Mark Wahlberg (Moved to February 18, 2022)
The Batman - Rating TBD - Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz (Moved to March 4, 2022)
Downton Abbey 2 - Rating TBD - Dominic West, Laura Haddock (Moved to March 18, 2022)
The Bad Guys - Rating TBD - Awkwafina, Craig Robinson (April 15, 2022)
Top Gun: Maverick - Rating TBD - Tom Cruise , Miles Teller (Moved to May 27, 2022)
Untitled Elvis Biopic - Rating TBD - Austin Butler, Tom Hanks (Moved to June 3, 2022)
Jurassic World: Dominion - Rating TBD - Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard (Moved to June 10, 2022)
Minions: The Rise Of Gru - Rated PG - Steve Carell, Lucy Lawless (Moved to July 1, 2022)
Fantastic Beasts III - Rating TBD - Eddie Redmayne, Jude Law (Moved to July 15, 2022)
Black Adam - Rating TBD - Dwayne Johnson, Noah Centineo (Moved to July 29, 2022)
Mission: Impossible 7 - Rating TBD - Tom Cruise, Rebecca Ferguson (Moved to September 30, 2022)
Babylon - Rating TBD - Brad Pitt (Moved to January 6, 2023)
Which of these 2021 movies are you most excited to see and which ones do you think should have been cancelled instead of just postponed (if that was the case)? Be sure to check back for additional information and updates on the most anticipated movies coming to theaters , as well as what you should keep an eye out for on streaming , here on CinemaBlend.
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2021 Movie Release Dates: Here's What's Coming to Theaters This Year
Release dates are subject to change.
It's not unusual for movie release dates to jump around the calendar, but we've witnessed a unique set of circumstances caused by COVID-19. A lot of movies finally arriving in 2021 were due out in 2020, and while a vaccine is already starting to roll out across the globe, studios don't know when people will feel comfortable returning to theaters.
With that in mind, we have a list of release dates that are highly subject to change, especially in the early part of 2021. We've also noted where a theatrical release is day-and-date with a streaming release as will be the case with all Warner Bros. movies in 2021 when they simultaneously release on HBO Max.
We'll be sure to keep this calendar updated with the latest info as we get it.
Friday, August 6th
The Suicide Squad (HBO Max)
John and the Hole
Friday, August 13th
Don't Breathe 2
Friday, August 20th
The Night House
Paw Patrol: The Movie
Reminiscence (HBO Max)
Friday, August 27th
Friday, September 3rd
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings
Friday, September 10th
The Card Counter
Friday, September 17th
The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Friday, September 24th
Dear Evan Hansen
Friday, October 1st
Venom: Let There Be Carnage
The Many Saints of Newark (HBO Max)
Hotel Transylvania: Transformania
The Addams Family 2
Friday, October 8th
No Time to Die
Friday, October 15th
The Last Duel
Friday, October 22nd
Dune (HBO Max)
The French Dispatch
Ron's Gone Wrong
Friday, October 29th
Last Night in Soho
Friday, November 5th
Thursday, November 11th
Friday, November 12th
Friday, November 19th
King Richard (HBO Max)
Wednesday, November 24th
House of Gucci
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City
Friday, December 3rd
Friday, December 10th
West Side Story
Friday, December 17th
Spider-Man: No Way Home
Wednesday, December 22nd
The Matrix 4 (HBO Max)
The King's Man
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