The 21 Most Anticipated Film Releases Of 2021

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In short, 2020 was not one of the best years for the film industry due to the coronavirus pandemic. Several titles that we were looking forward to had to be postponed, such as No time to die, Black Widow or the remake of Dune. In 2021 these films and others will try their luck, hoping that the progressive application of a vaccine in the population will return, although not crowding the cinemas, to have a better performance than that experienced by Christopher Nolan’s Tenet, one of the Few productions last year made it to the big screen.

We tell you which will be the premieres that will finally arrive in 2021 (if the pandemic does not continue to change plans): 1. Morbius – March 19: Jared Leto will add one more villain to his career with Morbius, a character from the Spider-Universe universe. Man that will feature its cinematic spin-off. Morbius is a scientist who tried to heal himself, but in the process, he takes on vampire features, grows fangs, and is thirsty for blood. 2. No time to die – April 2: This project has faced numerous obstacles, including a crew member who was injured after a minor explosion on the UK set. It is also about the farewell of Daniel Craig playing James Bond. 3. A quiet place 2 – April 23:Another one of the survivors of 2020, this story is set after the fatal events that occurred in the first part, the Abbot family (Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe) must face the dangers of the outside world while still fighting silently to survive . 4. The French Dispatch – May: Without a specific arrival date, Wes Anderson’s long-awaited ‘love letter’ to the publishing world follows the story of a journalist who decides to create his magazine so that he can write what he wants.

5. Black Widow – May 7: Marvel fans went crazy to learn that Black Widow, the character played by Scarlett Johansson would have a movie of his own to tell his story in 2020, it was postponed, the moment has come and we will see its darkest chapters. 6. Godzilla vs Kong – May 21: Also lagging behind 2020, Godzilla and Kong, two of the most powerful forces on a planet inhabited by all manner of terrifying creatures, engage in spectacular combat that shakes the very foundations of humanity. 7. Fast and Furious 9 – May 28:There are franchises that refuse to die and this is one of them, where Vin Diesel and Michelle Rodríguez continue to participate, and they will also feature urban singers such as Cardi B and Ozuna. 8. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It – June 4: In the third part of The Conjuring, the main couple played by Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will show the real case of Arne Cheyenne Jackson, a man accused of murder who deals to prove his innocence by arguing that he was the victim of demonic possession.

9. Venom: Let There Be Carnage – June 25: Although not many details of the plot are known, it is the sequel to the 2018 film starring Tom Hardy. 10. Top Gun Maverick – July 2: The quintessential man of action, Pete Mitchell, played by Tom Cruise, returns after more than 30 years of service as one of the best aviators in the Navy. 11. The forever purge – July 9: The dystopia of a society in full collapse continues with the fifth installment of The Purge, the last film in this story. 12. Space Jam: A new legacy – July 16:In this sequel that will surely make your inner child happy, LeBron James and his son will be trapped in a world inside the Warner Bros studio, where the basketball player will lose his son, so he will reunite the Looney Tunes to rescue him. 13. The Suicide Squad – August 6: Did we need a Suicide Squad sequel? No Did we need a sequel to Suicide Squad directed by James Gunn? YES. The director is responsible for the successful Marvel saga, Guardians of the Galaxy.

14. Dune – October 1: Frank Herbert’s novel Dune hit theaters for the first time in 1984 with a film directed by David Lynch. Almost 40 years later, we will see her starring Timothée Chalamet, Javier Bardem, Oscar Isaac, Zendaya, Jason Momoa, Rebecca Ferguson and Josh Brolin. 15. Eternals – November 5: Angelina Jolie’s foray into superhero movies will narrate the saga of the Eternals, a race of immortal beings that lived on Earth shaping its history and civilizations. 16. Untitled Elvis Presley Project – November 5: American actor Austin Butler will play Elvis Presley in the biopic about the king of rock and roll, directed by Baz Luhrmann, the director known primarily for Moulin Rouge! 17. Mission Impossible November 7 – 19: The seventh installment of this saga was involved in difficulties throughout its filming in 2020 due to the coronavirus. It will finally see the light this year and yes, it will have a lot of Tom Cruise performing his stunts.

18. Gucci – November 26: Just mention some of the cast to look forward to this movie: Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Jared Leto and Al Pacino will take part in this crime drama that revolves around the 1995 murder of Maurizio Gucci, grandson from the founder of the Gucci fashion empire. 19. Spider-Man 3: December 17: Social networks went crazy when we learned that a multiverse would form with all the cinematic Spider-Man seen so far: Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield and of course, Tom Holland, with their respective Mary Jane Watson and his villains, such as Doctor Octopus, played by Alfred Molina. 20. Matrix 4 – December 22:Because we will never have enough Keanu Reeves, Lana Wachowski will write and direct Matrix 4, which will star Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss in the roles of Neo and Trinity. 21. Sherlock Holmes December 3 – 22: 10 years after the last part, Robert Downey Jr and Jude Law return as Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson.

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