In many cases it will seem like déjà vu, but it is normal. Many of these films had their arrival date in 2020, but what has happened is already known. Marvel, Pixar, and upcoming 20th Century Studios titles. Let’s review what’s to come next year!

‘The King’s Man: The first mission’

As a gang made up of the worst tyrants and criminal masterminds come together to plan a war to wipe out millions, one man must race against time to stop them. The film will show the origins of the independent intelligence agency.

‘Everyone’s talking about Jamie’

Film adaptation of the successful musical about Jamie New, a 16-year-old who doesn’t quite fit in and who dreams of becoming a drag queen, instead of pursuing a proper university career. .

‘Antlers: Dark Creature’

In a small town in Oregon, a teacher and her brother, the local sheriff, become interested in a mysterious and distant student. As they get to know him, they discover that the young man is hiding a dangerous secret that could have fatal consequences.

‘Raya and the last dragon’

The animated story promises action and lots of adventure from the hand of Raya, a lone warrior from Kumandra, a kingdom where dragons and humans lived in harmony. But all but one of the dragons disappeared when they sacrificed themselves to save humanity from a powerful evil force. 

‘Bob’s Burgers’

It was going to arrive in July 2020, but it will be in April when the film of the series created by Loren Bouchard will arrive.

‘Ron’s Gone Wrong’

This Fox tape that was also delaying its arrival is an animated story that follows a boy whose robot friend does not work well. The protagonist is Thomas Barbusca.

‘Black Widow’

A year later than expected, Scarlett Johansson’s solo film will be seen as Natasha Romanoff.

Emma Stone gets into the skin of the Disney villain that we met in ‘101 Dalmatians’. Craig Gillespie directs the story set in the 70s that talks about the origins of the villain.

‘Shang-Chi and the Legend of the ten Rings’

Destin Daniel Cretton directs the film about the Kung Fu Master. The character was introduced to Marvel comics in 1973. Simu Liu will play the title character, and Awkwafina is also in the cast.

‘Jungle Cruise’

Based on the popular Disney Parks attraction, Dwayne Johnson stars as a 1930s riverboat captain who embarks on an exploratory mission in the jungle. Emily Blunt stars in the story that also includes Jack Whitehall, Paul Giamatti, Édgar Ramírez and Jesse Plemons.

‘Deep water’

The film, based one of the books by Patricia Highsmith, shows how a wealthy man allows his wife to have other lovers in order to avoid divorce.

Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas, one of the couples that will leave us this 2020, star in the thriller.

‘The Beatles’

Disney acquired the distribution rights to the Peter Jackson documentary in March 2020.

According to a press release, the film will delve into the making of the band’s ‘Let It Be’ album and their final live concert on London’s Savile Row.

The film was made using over 55 hours of footage shot by Michael Lindsay-Hogg in 1969 and 140 hours of “mostly unknown” audio recordings from the ‘Let It Be’ album sessions.

‘The last duel’

Ridley Scott directs the two actor friends in a story set in the 14th century. Adam Driver and Jodie Comer join them in the story.

‘The Eternals’

One of the movies that we would have had to see in this 2020. The movie is based on the group of immortal beings created by gods. Disney and Marvel hope to achieve a success similar to ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’. They also have a star cast: Richard Madden, Kit Harrington, Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani, Lauren Ridloff, Brian Henry Tyree and Salma Hayek among others.

‘West Side Story’

12 months of delay has put Steven Spielberg to his musical. Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler lead this story.

Untitled projects

Currently the Disney division has two pending films dated September 10 and December 3, 2021 respectively. They could be announced soon. Which will be?

‘The Little Mermaid’

Halle Bailey will be the protagonist in the flesh and blood version of the story. The remake could be seen in December, but there is no confirmed date. The story will feature the songs of Alan Menken and new ones created by Lin-Manuel Miranda.

‘The French Dispatch’

The new Wes Anderson, which should have arrived in July, does not yet have an arrival date in theaters. Adrien Brody, Frances McDormand, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, Timothée Chalamet, Tilda Swinton and many more, as always, come together in this new adventure from the filmmaker.

‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’

At the moment there is no date for this story based on the dazzling rise and subsequent descent into hell of the televangelist couple, Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker, in the 70s and 80s. Both created an empire around “The PTL Club”, the successful television program that was on the air for 15 years and made them famous throughout the country. Jessica Chastain, Andrew Garfield and Vincent D’Onofrio star in the Searchlight Pictures production.