Check Out 16 Latest Blockbusters Set For 2020!
The start of the new decade shook us all, didn’t it? Knowing something so small, invisible to the naked eye can change the global state of affairs, certainly did not cross any of our minds. But to tell you a secret, we have to be in this together, to fight together, to come out to the safer, more fun side of time.
However, this does not mean our excitement or anticipation for the new movies is any less than before. For your ease, here’s the list of 16 new and updated release dates of all your favorite movies to hit theaters starting July!
Tenet | July 17th
Christophar Nolan’s twisting thriller is set to release on the original date as the story stars Robert Pattinson, David Washington and Michael Caine.
Mulan | July 24th
The much anticipated Disney’s live-action remake of Mulan, which was set to release in March has now been postponed to the end of July. Starring Liu Yifei as Mulan and Jason Scott Lee as Bori Khan, we’re very excited to see the live-action on the big screen.
The Spongebob Movie: Sponge on the Run | August 7th
Due a release in May, now the new Spongebob movie will release in August. The story takes Spongebob and Patrick on an epic adventure to the Lost City of Atlantic City after Spongebob’s beloved pet snail Gary gets kidnapped.
Wonder Woman 1984 | Agust 14th
With other pre-set June movies postponing their release dates indefinitely, Warner Bros announced the optimistic release of the second part of Wonder Woman set to hit theaters on August 14th, coincidentally on Pakistan’s Independence Day.
A Quiet Place: Part 2 | September 4th
After a thrilling part one, the sequel to A Quiet Place will now release in September. Following the events at home, the Abbott family now face the terrors of the outside world in the second part. We’re pretty excited about the edge-of-the-seat entertainment this will allow us. Are you?
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It | September 11th
Following its set release date, the third installation of The Conjuring Universe will be released in September. The new movie will star its original lead cast but will feature a different subgenre portraying terror in the courtroom following a real-life 1981 case of Arne Cheyenne Johnson. The official trailer for the movie has not yet been released.
The King’s Man | September 18th
The prequel to Hart and Eggsy story of the Kingsman series has not changed its release date. The story follows a race against time as history’s worst tyrants come together to start a war to wipe out millions.
Candyman | September 25th
The supernatural horror film sequel based on the 1992 film, Candyman, has been pushed to September from June. Directed by Nia DaCosta, it stars Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris and Nathan Stewart-Jarrett.
Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe | 23rd October
The new reboot of G.I. Joe movie timeline featuring a prequel spin-off will be released later this year in October. Lead star Henry Golding, who will suit up as the iconic black ops ninja from the Reagan years, said the film will create “a new timeline” in the G.I. Joe film series. The poster and trailer of the film are still in production.
Black Widow | November 6th
Originally set to release on May 1st, Marvel’s Black Widow will now hit the big screens in November. This has brought a huge reshuffle to the whole Marvel Universe as the rest of the productions are now set to release next year, that is, in 2021.
Soul | November 20th
Pixar’s Soul happened to not change its original date and plans on releasing in late November. The story follows Joe, a band teacher who travels to another realm to find the true meaning of having a soul.
Godzilla vs Kong | November 20th
Supposed to release in May, Godzilla vs Kong will now release in November, the same weekend Pixar’s Soul is scheduled. The story will feature new monsters, the ultimate king of monsters and much more destruction. The concept trailer will be out soon!
No Time to Die | November 25th
The first to change its release date, Daniel Craig’s final performance as 007, No Time to Die pushed back its original release date from April to now, the end of November. Passing a lot of discrepancies in terms of direction and the final release date, it is now set to hit cinemas on the 25th of November.
Free Guy | December 2nd
The video game themed thriller starring Ryan Reynolds was initially to be released on July 1st but will now release towards the end of the year. Action-packed and fun-filled, we’re ready to see Ryan Reynolds on the big screen again.
Top Gun: Maverick | December 23rd
In April, the high-flying Tom Cruise sequel was pushed from June to December. We've waited over 30 years for a sequel to the original 1986 Top Gun, so what's a few more months?
Tom & Jerry | December 23rd
The beloved cat and mouse will take over the big screen in time for this year's holiday season. The live-action movie will be produced by Warner Bros and the story will follow Tom and Jerry relocating to a fancy New York hotel and mischiefing their way out, as usual. Trailer and poster is in production and will be released soon!
Now that we have our calendar ready for 2020, we hope that the world situation gets better soon so we get to see our favorite artists on the big screen, together, safely and happily. Wishing prayers for all the people, around the globe. Till then, stay home, stay safe!