Godzilla v Kong is currently on show, but many major movies are still being delayed. Check out the release dates of upcoming movies for 2021 and 2022.
Between the ongoing delays in the 2020 and 2021 blockbuster movies, from James Bond, Ghostbusters and Marvel’s Black Widow to the latest Fast and Furious, these are the new release dates for 2021 and beyond.
Godzilla v Kong and his superhero team will premiere Justice League’s reworked Snyder Cut, new games such as Black Widow, Dune, The Suicide Squad, and The Matrix 4. Streaming services like HBO Max and Disney Plus are in theaters at the same time.
Godzilla – Kong (March 31, 2021) The
monster-crushing sequel was already even the pandemic that had moved before the publication date. Warner Bros. named it one of the movies that will air on HBO Max on the day of its release. Original release date: November 20, 2020
Mortal Kombat (April 23, 2021)
Coming to the legendary fighting game HBO Max. Original release date: March 2021
Without Remorse – Without Remorse (April 23, 2021)
Michael B Jordan stars in this adaptation of a Tom Clancy spying novel that was relentlessly blended into Amazon Prime Video. Original release date: September 18, 2020
Wrath of Man (May 7, 2021)
Jason Statham stern kicked in a besieged security van. Guy Ritchie directs.
Rumble (May 14, 2021)
WWE’s film studio label is working with Paramount for this animated film in which giant monsters are superstar athletes in professional wrestling.
The Woman in the Window (May 14, 2021)
Amy Adams plays an agoraphobic child psychologist who witnessed a terrible crime through the window of her apartment in New York. Gary Oldman, Anthony Mackie, Wyatt Russell, Brian Tyree Henry, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Julianne Moore are also featured in this Netflix movie based on Tracy Letts’ best-selling movie.
Army of the Dead (May 21, 2021)
Zack Snyder brings the zombie genre back to life with the all-action immortal heist movie on Netflix.
The spiral (May 21, 2021) was
originally planned for May 2020. Original release date: May 15, 2020
Infinite (May 28, 2021)
Action man Mark Wahlberg gives the title of the eternal story of a man who learns that his hallucinations are actually visions from past lives. Original release date: August 2020
A Quiet Place Part II (May 28, 2021)
John Krasinski directs Emily Blunt and Cillian Murphy in A Quiet Place 2, a post-apocalyptic tale of a world in which noise means death. The near-silent sequel was delayed barely a week before its release. Watching the chilling first movie in a full theater was an important part of the experience, partly due to the tension of trying to eat your snacks very, very quietly. Original release date: March 2020
Cruella (May 28, 2021)
Emma Stone stars as a young Cruella De Vil in Disney’s latest live-action prequel, this time bringing new life to the animated classic 101 Dalmatians. It appeared on Disney Plus the day it was released in theaters.
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (June 4, 2021) The
third film, in which Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga portray real-life ghosthunters Ed and Lorraine Warren, is based on the grisly true story of a murder case in which the accused claims diabolical possession. Original release date: September 2020
Samaritan (June 4, 2021)
Sylvester Stallone is an aging superhero in this dark superhero rendition.
Protection of Hitman’s Wife – The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (June 16, 2021)
Salma Hayek rejoins Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L Jackson as a team again for this lead-packed action comedy sequel. Original release date: August 2020
In the Hills – In the Heights (June 18, 2021)
This adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes ‘Tony award-winning musical is directed by Crazy Rich Asians’ director Jon M. Chu and plays Hamilton’s Broadway cast Anthony Ramos. Original release date: June 2020
Luca (June 18, 2021)
Pixar animation adventure featuring aquatic creatures that find their feet on the Italian Riviera. Streamed exclusively on Disney Plus.
F9 (June 25, 2021) The
ninth Fast & Furious movie starring Vin Diesel, John Cena and Charlize Theron was one of the first films to be re-planned, taking a bold step to move nearly a year to April 2021 – previously a a set date for the next movie. . There is no information about when the 10th and last movie will be released yet. Original release date: May 2020
Top Gun: Maverick (July 2, 2021)
Tom Cruise feels the need for speed. We waited over 30 years for the sequel to the original 1986 Top Gun, so what’s a few more months? Original release date: June 2020
Battle of Tomorrow – The Tomorrow War (July 2, 2021)
Chris Pratt is making the title of this original sci-fi action movie about a time-traveling warrior that aired on Amazon Prime Video, rather than opening in theaters as planned. Original release date: December 25, 2020
Minions: The Rise of Gru (July 2, 2021) The
animated sequel / spin-off Minions: The Rise of Gru will be released in the US in July 2020. Original release date: July 3, 2020
Black Widow- Black Widow (July 9, 2021)
Scarlett Johansson stars as Marvel’s Black Widow investigates the origins of the Russian super assassin. Originally planned for May 2020, the film has been retracted through a remake of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe program. This pulled back sequels for Captain Marvel, Thor, and Doctor Strange over the next few years. Black Widow is coming to theaters and Disney Plus the same day. Original release date: May 1, 2020
Space Jam 2: A New Legacy (July 16, 2021)
Right: There’s a long-awaited sequel to 1996 basketball-themed cartoon / live action Space Jam. Basketball star LeBron James, writers Ryan Coogler and Bugs Bunny take Looney Tunes cartoon characters onto the field as the movie airs on HBO Max.
Cinderella- Cinderella (July 16, 2021)
Sony isn’t having a fairy tale year delaying this live action musical. Original release date: February 2021
Old -Old (July 23, 2021)
M. Night Shyamalan writes and directs a new supernatural cooler adapted from the French comic Sandcastle about a group of people who discovered a corpse on the beach. Original release date: February 26, 2021
Jungle Cruise (July 30, 2021)
Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson take a trip through the woods, but Disney has postponed their departure date to a year ago. Original release date: July 2020
The Green Knight – The Green Knight (July 30, 2021)
Dev Patel is the legendary knight Sir Gawain, King Arthur’s headstrong nephew in this medieval fantasy saga of A24. Original release date: May 2020
The Suicide Squad (August 6, 2021)
Super villains are gaining attention in James Gunn’s anarchic DC comic sequel starring Margot Robbie, Idris Elba and John Cena. It airs on HBO Max this summer.
Free Guy (August 13, 2021)
This video game-themed action-comedy starring Ryan Reynolds was scheduled for 2020, but will now open this summer. Original release date: July 3, 2020
Don’t Breathe 2 (Aug 13, 2021)
This horror sequel sees the return of The Blind Man.
Bios (Aug 13, 2021)
Tom Hanks is the last man in the world to hang out with his devoted robot in this post-apocalyptic drama. Original release date: October 2020
PAW Patrol: The Movie (August 20, 2021)
Parents get it.
Candyman (August 27, 2021)
This horror remake directed by Nia DaCosta and written by Jordan Peele has been modified several times, but the hooked slasher seems to be filled with chills. Original release date: June 12, 2020
The Beatles: Get Back (August 27, 2021)
Peter Jackson describes the production of the Beatles’ 1970 album Let It Be in a documentary set to be released by Disney. Original release date: September 2020
Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings – Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings (September 3, 2021)
Marvel’s martial arts action movie, in which Simu Liu portrays the mystical fighter Shang-Chi, was retracted a few months by Disney. Original release date: February 2021
Venom: Let There Be Carnage (September 24, 2021)
Read more 2018 supervillain caper stars Tom Hardy and Woody Harrelson as Marvel villains Venom and Carnage. Andy Serkis directs. Original release date: October 2020
Infinite – Infinite (September 24, 2021)
Mark Wahlberg is the embodiment of action (or must incarnate again) as a man who sees visions from past lives. Original release date: August 2020
The Many Saints of Newark (September 24, 2021)
The Many Saints of Newark is the 60s prequel to the classic television series The Sopranos, starring Michael Gandolfini’s father as Tony Soprano, made famous by James Gandolfini. The original series kicked off the prestigious TV era and glorified HBO’s reputation, so it’s fitting that the new movie will be aired on HBO Max. Original release date: September 25, 2020
No Time to Die – No Time to Die (Oct 8, 2021)
007 Daniel Craig’s last trip, directed by Cary Fukunaga and co-written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, was the delay release first big movie superspy March 2020 Craig’s last turn is back James Bond now It will open after one year than originally expected. Original release date: April 2020
Halloween Kills (October 15, 2021)
This slasher sequel is awkward as its release date is in the title. You really can’t get a movie called “Halloween” for February, can you? That’s why Universal pulled the whole year back to 2021 – for Halloween Ends, the three planned episodes, now has a chain effect expected in October 2022. Original release date: October 16, 2020
Dune (Oct 21, 2021) As
other blockbusters fell away, it felt like the only hope for 2020 would be the star-studded new adaptation of the classic Dune sci-fi novels Denis Villeneuve But we have to wait to spice things up with Timothée Chalamet, Oscar Isaac, Zendaya, Charlotte Rampling, Dave Bautista, Jason Momoa, Javier Bardem, Josh Brolin, Rebecca Ferguson, and Stellan Skarsgård. It will also be broadcast on HBO Max. Original release date: December 18, 2020
Last Night in Soho – Last Night in Soho (October 22, 2021)
Edgar Wright’s new movie is a 60s horror movie starring Queen’s Gambit star Anya Taylor-Joy and former Doctor Who Matt Smith. Original release date: September 25, 2020
Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins- Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins (October 22, 2021)
Henry Golding and Samara Weaving play with the ceiling lining idea of Snake Eyes, a ninja-focused spin-off from the GI Joe series of toys and movies. Original release date: October 2020
When Antlers (October 29, 2021)
postponed Disney, Mulan and the New Mutants, the small-town horror cooler produced by Guillermo del Toro also shelved Antlers. Original release date: April 17, 2020
Eternals (November 5, 2021)
Marvel’s extraterrestrial community was scheduled to open in November 2020, but it hit a year for Black Widow and others to take first place. Original release date: November 6, 2020
Ghostbusters: Afterlife (November 11, 2021)
Paul Rudd stars in Jason Reitman’s resurrection of the little Ghostbusters in town. I’m not afraid to procrastinate! Original release date: July 10, 2020
Mission: Impossible 7 (November 19, 2021)
Tom Cruise was infamously strict about coronavirus measures when shooting his latest spy thriller. Original release date: July 6, 2020
King Richard (November 19, 2021)
How would you tell the story of perhaps the best female athletes of all time? Talk about their father! Will Smith plays the father of real-life legends Venus and Serena Williams in the HBO Max movie. Original release date: November 2020
Encanto (November 24, 2021)
Disney’s magical musical from Hamilton’s creator Lin-Manuel Miranda will enchant Thanksgiving.
Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City (November 24, 2021)
A new movie version of the creepy survival horror game (not related to the hugely successful but not so faithful previous Resident Evil movies or the rumored Netflix series). Original release date: September 2021
West Side Story (10 December 2021)
Steven Spielberg’s legendary musical remake, initially filling Disney’s traditional big-money holiday movie slot in 2020 and closing the fallow year between the final Star Wars trilogy ending in 2019 and the start of Avatar sequels had to. Now everything is back. West Side Story will be the Disney family’s blockbuster movie for the 2021 holiday. Original release date: December 18, 2020
Spider-Man: No Way Home (December 17, 2021)
Rumors is a multiverse-based web-slinging adventure of Homecoming and the sequel to Far From Home, former Spider-man Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield He says he will see him join Tom Holland in the current post. Original release date: July, 2020
The Matrix 4 (December 22, 2021)
Keanu Reeves returns to the Matrix in the new cyberpunk action thriller by Lana Wachowski, one of the creators of the original trilogy. The movie will also be released on HBO Max. Original release date: May 2020
The King’s Man (December 22, 2021)
Ralph Fiennes is preparing for The King’s Man, the prequel to the sharply dressed Kingsman franchise’s World War I era. Original release date: September 18, 2020
Release Date unknown
French Dispatch – The French Dispatch (unspecified)
Wes Anderson returns with a more distinctive art house in The French Dispatch starring Timothée Chalamet, Bill Murray, Saoirse Ronan, Tilda Swinton and Frances McDormand. Disney originally released this Fox Searchlight movie in October, but later took it off the schedule in July. Original release date: July 2020
Tomb Raider 2 (unspecified)
was thrilled when Kill List and Rebecca director Ben Wheatley announced a new adventure for video game superstar Lara Croft. Originally scheduled for March 2021, the sequel starring Alicia Vikander was later removed from the calendar by MGM.
Man from Toronto – The Man from Toronto (Unspecified)
Kevin Hart and Woody Harrelson team up to kill someone when they meet on Airbnb.
Films with release date 2022
The 355 (January 14, 2022)
Jessica Chastain leads a classy spy cast in the action thriller The 355. Oscar-winning Lupita Nyong’o and Penelope Cruz join forces with international stars Diane Kruger and Fan Bingbing for a one-year delayed thriller.
Morbius (January 21, 2022) features
Jared Leto as Sony’s Spider-Man spin-off, Marvel vampire Morbius.
Death on the Nile (February 11, 2022)
Kenneth Branagh once again fired his mustache and small gray cells as Agatha Christie’s detective Hercule Poirot after Murder on the Orient Express in 2017. December 2020
Uncharted (February 18, 2022) When
the movies of 2020 began to be remixed, Uncharted became the first 2021 movie to move. Fans excite Sony’s video game adaptation stars Tom Holland, but the release date skipped more than Nathan Drake’s discovery of a temple.
Batman vs The Batman (March 4, 2022)
Robert Pattinson fights for this belated DC adventure. This is a Warner Bros movie, but there are currently no plans to release on HBO Max – only the 2021 movie will be shown online. Original release date: June 25, 2021
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (March 25, 2022)
Doctor Strange fans played by Benedict Cumberbatch will have to wait until 2022 before entering the Multiverse of Madness, thanks to Marvel’s changes. May 2021
Episode 4 – John Wick: Chapter 4 (May 27, 2022) Keanu’s other action series is also returning for a fourth trip.
Elvis (June 2, 2022)
Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis tribute, Tom Hanks, who appears in the film as Colonel Tom Parker, was the early high-profile casualty of the pandemic when he caught the coronavirus. He and his wife, Rita Wilson, have now recovered and the movie will only be delayed for a month. Original release date: October 1, 2021
Jurassic World: Dominion (June 10, 2022)
Original Jurassic Park stars Laura Dern, Sam Neill and Jeff Goldblum join Bryce Dallas Howard and Chris Pratt in this sixth dino blockbuster.
Stylish year I -Lightyear (June 17, 2022)
Chris Evans takes Toy Story’s magnificent toy to infinity and beyond.
Fantastic Beasts 3 Fantastic Beasts 3 (July 15, 2022)
Johnny Depp magically disappears from the Harry Potter franchise replaced with Mads Mikkelsen as the villain. Original release date: November 2021
Indiana Jones 5 (29 July 2022)
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 – Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse 2 (October 7, 2022)
Halloween Ends-Halloween Ends (October 14, 2022)
The Flash (4 November 2022)
Mission: Impossible 8 (November 4, 2022)
Captain Marvel 2 (November 11, 2022)
Aquaman 2 – (December 16, 2022)
Avatar and Star Wars-Avatar and Star Wars (as of December 2022)
The long-awaited arrival of Christmas 2021 was supposed to see James Cameron’s Avatar sequel, followed by the trilogy’s new Star Wars the following year. The two franchises will then change each holiday season until Avatar 5 in 2027. But as the coronavirus broke more and more box office records into 2021, Disney decided to shift seven films back one year in late July. So Avatar 2 will arrive in 2022, Avatar 3 in 2024, Avatar 4 in 2026, and Avatar 5 in 2028. Three Star Wars movies will then fill the odd-numbered years.
Original release date: Christmas 2021 – 2027