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Here are the Most Anticipated Movies of 2020

It’s the start of a new year in cinema. The new decade kicked off with stellar performances from casts and crews of a variety of productions, as vividly shown through trailers as well as descriptions of the films. These films of 2020 2020 bring fresh original ideas along with remakes, sequels and adaptations. Here’s a list of the most anticipated movies of 2020.

Movies denoted by an asterisk (*) were previously released in film festivals in 2019 but are soon to be released worldwide. 

January

1917 January 10*

Just Mercy January 10

Like A Boss January 10

Bad Boys for Life January 17

The Gentleman January 24

February

Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn February 7

Portrait of a Lady on Fire – February 14*

Sonic the Hedgehog – February 14

Emma – February 21

March

Onward – March 6

A Quiet Place II – March 20

The Truth – March 20

Mulan – March 27

Saint Maud – March 27*

April

The New Mutants – April 3 

Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway – April 3

No Time To Die – April 10

Promising Young Woman – April 17

Antebellum – April 24

May

Black Widow – May 1 

The Woman in the Window – May 15

Scoob – May 15

The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run – May 22

June

Wonder Woman 1984 June 5

Soul – June 19 

Top Gun: Maverick – June 26

In the Heights – June 26

July

Tenet July 17 

Jungle Cruise – July 24 

August

Respect – August 12 

Trailer Not Released Yet.

Bill & Ted Face the Music – August 21 

Trailer Not Released Yet.

September

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It – September 11

Trailer Not Released Yet.

The King’s Man – September 18 

October

Venom 2October 2

Trailer Not Released Yet.

The Trail of the Chicago 7October 2

Trailer Not Released Yet.

November

EternalsNovember 6

Trailer Not Released Yet.

Godzilla vs. KongNovember 20

Trailer Not Released Yet.

December

DuneDecember 18

Trailer Not Released Yet.

West Side StoryDecember 18

Trailer Not Released Yet.

The year in movies will open a new aspect of diversity in Hollywood, from the cast to the crew. After all, this new age of diversity has been welcomed by a wave of acceptance from the millennial audience. Best of all, it’ll create a wider variety of people recognized in award shows. After all, the awards season for films of 2019 has a significant lack of nominations of female directors and people of color in major categories.

Without a doubt, the films of 2020 continue to innovate and enrich the audience with a new enhancement of creativity. The trailers clearly prove it by the emotion, perceptions and directorial content in a matter of three minutes. The cinema of this year will be worth watching!

Featured Image via IMDb.

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