31 movies still coming to theaters in 2020, and titles that currently have no release dates or moved to 2021 because of the coronavirus
"Wonder Woman 1984."
The movie release schedule for 2020 is changing drastically due to the corona virus.
Keep coming back to this story to see the latest changes.
The latest date changes come from films like "Tenet" (postponed to July 31), "Wonder Woman 1984" (opening on October 2) and "No Time to Die" (postponed to five days until November 20).
Also listed are the titles whose release dates have been drawn due to the virus and which are now pending or due to open in 2021.
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These are dark times for your local cinemas. In a company that is known for never closing its doors, the entire industry experienced great success with the outbreak of the corona virus.
Many theaters are currently closed, including major chains such as AMC and Regal, and the studios have quickly changed the release dates of upcoming films.
But what will happen to the biggest blockbusters of 2020? For titles like "Mulan" and "Black Widow", the titles were first pulled from the calendar and are now opening in July and November respectively. "Wonder Woman 1984" has been postponed from the release date in June and will now open on August 14th. The next James Bond title, "No Time To Die", will only open in November, and "F9", the latest release of "Fast & Furious", will only open in over a year, April 2, 2021. Numerous titles from Sony ("Ghostbusters: Afterlife" and "Morbius") and Disney ("Jungle Book" "The Eternals") have also moved to 2021.
While less-anticipated films like "The Lovebrids" (Netflix), "Atremis Fowl" (Disney Plus), "My Spy" (Amazon Prime Video), "Greyhound" (Apple TV) and "The One and" are streamed directly to Ivan Only "(Disney Plus).
Here are 31 films at the 2020 release that we're still looking forward to. Also listed are the titles affected by the coronavirus, which we hope to see before the end of the year.
Note: This post was originally released on March 17th and will be updated as movie releases continue to be affected by the corona virus.
FILMS WITHOUT RELEASE DATA BY CORONAVIRUS:
A new "The Purge" film will be released later.
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Keri Russell in "Antlers".
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This scary thriller with Keri Russell and Jesse Plemons, released by Searchlight Pictures, was due to open on April 17th. But the corona virus stopped these plans.
"The Forever Purge"
"The Purge" is coming back ... sometime.
The latest film in this successful horror franchise from Blumhouse Productions will return sometime. The film was scheduled to open on July 10th, but Universal has announced that it will be "re-shot at a later date."
2020 RELEASE SLATE - UP:
Christopher Nolan's "Tenet" opens in July.
"Trolls World Tour" - April 10th (also available on request)
"Trolls World Tour."
Universal announced on Monday that this animated film will not only be available in cinemas, but also on demand.
This is the first time that a film from a large studio has released a title as the day and date.
"The Broken Hearts Gallery" - July 10th
Darce Montgomery and Geraldine Viswanathan in "The Broken Hearts Gallery".
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Lucy (Geraldine Viswanathan) is an art gallery assistant who, after being fired from her latest boyfriend, decides to create a pop-up area for items that love has left behind. This leads to an inspiring trend for all hopeless romantics.
"Unhinged" - July 10th
Russell Crowe in "Unhinged".
Russell Crowe plays a man who has a bad day. And then he gets honked in traffic. Big mistake.
"Mulan" - July 24th
Liu Yifei is the star of "Mulan".
Jasin Boland / Disney
In the live-action version of the 1998 Disney animated film, the release in China had already been stopped due to the corona virus. When it then traveled to the States, Disney finally pulled out its entire publication.
It was scheduled for an opening on March 27th.
"Teaching" - July 31
John David Washington plays in "Tenet".
Christopher Nolan's latest expected title is a spy thriller, a time travel film, and is all about the possibility of World War 3.
John David Washington, Robert Pattinson and Nolan regular Michael Caine Star. The film was originally scheduled to open on July 17th.
"The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run" - August 7th
"The SpongeBob movie: Sponge on the run."
Yes, things are terrible right now, but at least we have SpongeBob to relieve the pain. The film was originally released in May and then in late July.
"Bill & Ted face the music" - August 14th
"Bill & Ted face the music."
Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter return to play the popular time-traveling characters they gave birth to in the late 1980s. The film went to the cinemas for a week.
"The New Mutants" - August 28th
"Game of Thrones" actress Maisie Williams is in "The New Mutants".
Twentieth Century Fox
Gosh, this movie just can't take a break.
Pre-production started in 2017 with a release date in April 2018. After a number of changes to the release date, the studio where the 20th Century Fox was made was bought by Disney. The latest news was that this spin-off from X-Men should finally come out on April 3, 2020.
But then the corona virus happened. Now it is trying to come out in August.
"A Quiet Place Part II" - September 4th
Emily Blunt (right) is the star of "A Quiet Place Part II".
John Krasinski's sequel to his surprise hit was originally scheduled to open on March 20, but due to the corona virus, the release was discontinued.
According to a tweet from Krasinski, the film will open "as soon as we better understand the effects of this pandemic". It looks like the hope is that everything will be fine by September.
"Connected" - September 18
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller put on their producing hats again to make another animated film with Sony. This time they are following a family that has to save the world after a technical uprising.
The last time Lord, Miller and Sony worked together was an Oscar for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
"The King's Man" - September 18
"The King's Man."
20th Century Fox
The chic super spy franchise "Kingsman" now gets a prequel.
"Candyman" - September 25th
Jordan Peele co-wrote and produced this "spiritual sequel" to the 1992 classic horror. The film was originally scheduled to open in June.
"The Chicago 7 Trial" - September 25
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This historic tail of seven people who participated in the 1968 Democratic National Convention uprising is treated by Aaron Sorkin.
"Without Regret" - October 2nd
Michael B. Jordan plays in "Without Remorse".
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The latest Hollywood adaptation of a Tom Clancy novel shows Michael B. Jordan as Navy SEAL to avenge his wife's murder. It was originally scheduled to open on September 18th.
"Wonder Woman 1984" - October 2nd
Gal Gadot (left) and Chris Pine in "Wonder Woman 1984".
Warner Bros. / Kirsten Acuna, insider
We meet with Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) for the sequel in the 1980s. And Chris Pine returns as Steve Trevor! The film was originally scheduled to open on June 5, but was postponed to August due to the corona virus. Now it only opens in October.
"Death of the Nile" - October 9th
Kenneth Branagh as Hercule Poirot in "Murder on the Orient Express".
20th Century Fox
Kenneth Branagh stages and returns as Agatha Christie's popular detective Hercule Poirot in this sequel to "Murder on the Orient Express".
The stars this time include Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Annette Bening and "Black Panther" star Letitia Wright.
"The French Dispatch" - October 16
Timothée Chalamet in "The French Dispatch".
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Wes Anderson's latest film is about a group of American journalists living in France.
The main roles are played by Elisabeth Moss, Edward Norton, Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Willem Dafoe, Timothée Chalamet and Saoirse Ronan. The film was originally scheduled to open on July 24th.
"Halloween Kills" - October 16
The legendary horror character Michael Myers.
The legendary horror character Michael Myers returns in this sequel to the latest restart of the franchise.
"Black Widow" - November 6th
(L-R) "Black Widow" stars Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh.
This was one of the last titles that Disney removed from its release schedule due to the corona virus. The Marvel title was originally supposed to open in May.
"Deep Water" - November 13th
Ana de Armas plays in "Deep Water".
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It is the film in which the couple Ben Affleck and "Bond" star Ana de Armas understood each other.
"The Toronto Man" - November 20
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Woody Harrelson plays the deadliest assassin in the world. Kevin Hart plays a guy who isn't at all. But somehow they are wrong about an Airbnb rental.
"Soul" - November 20
Pixar will try to recover from the underperformance of "Onward" with this celebration of music and the human spirit. It was originally supposed to open in June.
"Happiest season" - November 25th
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This romantic comedy follows Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis, who play a loving couple who spits out when it is known at a family celebration that one of them has not yet come to their parents.
"No time to die" - November 20
Daniel Craig plays James Bond.
Daniel Craig is back one last time to play James Bond. And boy, it was a process to get to the finish line. A change of director, an injury on the set by Craig and now the corona virus that changes the release date of the film kept this film away from the audience. The latest tweak: The movie was postponed to a release date on November 20, after it was previously scheduled for November 25.
"Free Guy" - December 11th
Ryan Reynolds in "Free Guy".
Ryan Reynolds discovers that he is an NPC (non-player character) in a video game. Get ready for laughter and action. The film also plays Taika Waititi, Jodi Comer and "Stranger Things" star Joe Keery. The film was originally scheduled to open in August.
"Dune" - December 18
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The latest adaptation of the famous Frank Herbert novel stars Timothée Chalamet, Josh Brolin, Oscar Isaac, Jason Momoa and Zendaya.
"Coming 2 America" - December 18
"Come to America."
Eddie Murphy returns for the highly anticipated sequel to "Coming to America".
"West Side Story" - December 18
"West Side Story."
Twentieth Century Fox
Steven Spielberg adapts the famous musical in which Ansel Elgort plays the leading role.
"Top Gun: Maverick" - December 23rd
Tom Cruise repeats his role in "Top Gun: Maverick".
Tom Cruise returns to play hotshot pilot "Maverick". The cast also includes Jon Hamm, Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller, Ed Harris and Val Kilmer, who repeat his role as "Ice Man". The film was originally scheduled to open in June.
"The Last Duel" - December 25th
Matt Damon (left) and Ben Affleck.
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In this film, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon will share the same screen for the first time since "Dogma" in 1999. The duo also shares screenplay credits. The last time they did that, they won Oscars for writing Good Will Hunting.
"News of the World" - December 25th
Tom Hanks works again with director Paul Greengrass ("Captain Phillips") for a western about a man (Hanks) who travels the west and brings news of the world to local cities.
2021 RELEASE SLATE:
"Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway" - January 15th
"Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway."
This crazy sequel to the surprising original hit had to postpone the release date from April to August due to the corona virus. Now it won't open until 2021.
"Eternal" - February 12th
The cast of "Eternals".
Alberto E. Rodriguez / Getty Images for Disney
Marvel's view of a race of immortal beings is played by Angelina Jolie, Kit Harrington, Salma Hayek, Kumail Nanjiani, Richard Madden and Brian Tyree Henry. The film was originally scheduled to open in November.
"Nobody" - February 26th
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Bob Odenkirk plays a normal man who takes action when fighting for a woman who is harassed by a group of men (who turn out to be part of a drug cartel). This is basically Odenkirk's "John Wick" film. It was originally scheduled to open on August 14th.
"Ghostbusters: Afterlife" - March 5th
Paul Rudd in "Ghostbusters: Life After Death".
Jason Reitman, whose father Ivan made the original film "Ghostbusters", is the newest director trying to restart the comedy franchise.
The original Ghostbusters Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson are back. The film also features Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon and "Stranger Things" star Finn Wolfhard.
The film was originally scheduled to open on July 10, 2020.
"Raya and the last dragon" - March 12th
"Raya and the last dragon."
Walt Disney animation
This animated Disney film follows a warrior named Raya who is looking for the last dragon. The film was originally scheduled to open in November
"Morbius" - March 19
Jared Leto joins the Marvel family.
The latest Marvel character to hit the screen is the one in which Jared Leto plays the living vampire. The film was originally scheduled to open on July 31, 2020.
"F9" - April 2nd
(L-R) Vin Diesel and John Cena in "F9".
The "Fast and Furious" saga comes in film number nine. This time, John Cena is fun. And it will mark Han’s return. But we have to wait a year before we see it.
"Bios" - April 16
Tom Hanks stars in "Bios".
Jordan Strauss / Invision / AP
Tom Hanks plays Finch, who has been underground for a decade after a solar event left the world as a wasteland. Fince falls ill and creates a robot that helps him find a way to care for his beloved dog after he dies. The film was originally scheduled to open in October 2020.
"Godzilla vs. Kong" - May 21st
"Godzilla: King of the Monsters."
Courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures
It will finally happen. After films showing the power of King Kong and Godzilla, the two finally face off in an ultimate monster battle. The film was originally scheduled to open in November 2020.
"Infinite" - May 28th
Chris Pizzello / AP
Director Antoine Fuqua ("The Equalizer" films) works with Mark Wahlberg in which he plays a man who learns that his hallucinations are indeed visions from the past. The film was originally scheduled to open in August 2020.
"In the heights" - June 18
Anthony Ramos plays Usnavi (center) in the film "In the Heights".
Jon M. Chu, director of "Crazy Rich Asians", brings Lin-Manuel Miranda's piece to the screen. But we have to wait to see it. The film was originally scheduled to open on June 26, 2020.
"Jungle Cruise" - June 20th
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Emily Blunt in "Jungle Cruise".
This is the latest Disney ride to get the movie treatment. Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Emily Blunt lead us through this action comedy. The film was originally scheduled to open on July 24, 2020.
"Venom: Let There Be Carnage" - June 25th
"Poison: Let there be slaughter."
Tom Hardy returns to play the Marvel villain, and this time Andy Serkis is the director. It was originally scheduled to open in October 2020.
"Minions: The Rise of Gru" - July 2nd
"Minions: The Rise of Gru."
The lovable henchmen should team up again with Steve Carell (who pronounces the villain Gru) for a major weekend release on July 4th, 2020. Now it will happen in 2021.
"Barb and Star go to Vista Del Mar" - July 16
Kristen Wiig (left) and Annie Mumolo in "Bridesmaids".
Kristen Wiig and Annie Mumolo, who had previously written the hit "Bridesmaids" together, again share the credits for this comedy, in which they both play. The film was originally scheduled to open on July 31, 2020.
"Tomorrow's War" - July 23
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Chris Pratt plays a man who was drafted into a war that can only be won if he can correct his past. Betty Gilpin and J.K. Simmons also plays the main role. The film was originally scheduled to open in December 2020.
"The bodyguard of Hitman's wife" - August 20
Ryan Reynolds (left) and Samuel L. Jackson in "The Hitman Woman's Bodyguard".
Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson return for the 2017 action comedy sequel. It was originally scheduled to open on August 28, 2020.
"King Richard" - November 19th
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Will Smith plays Richard Williams, the driven father who made his daughters Venus and Serena Williams tennis superstars. It was originally scheduled to open on November 25, 2020.
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