20 Movies Coming in 2020
This year will be over in just a few weeks and by now you've probably already taken several trips down this decade's memory lane. So instead of reminiscing on the past, let's look towards the future. Here are 20 upcoming movies that we have to look forward to in 2020!
The Grudge - Jan. 3
Yep, the classic horror movie is getting remade again, again.
Bad Boys for Life - Jan. 17
After 17 years, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence will be returning to the Bad Boys storyline.
Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) - Feb. 7
Following the success of Harley Quinn's appearance in Suicide Squad, she'll finally be getting the solo movie that fans have been begging for.
P.S. I Still love You - Feb. 12
One of the cutest movies of 2018 wasn't done telling its story and luckily for everyone, the wait is almost over.
Sonic the Hedgehog - Feb. 14
After delaying its release for almost 4 months to completely reanimate the widely-hated rendering of Sonic, the movie is finally back and definitely better than ever.
A Quiet Place: Part 2 - Mar. 20
The first horror movie was a major hit and now the story continues with the family.
Mulan - Mar. 27
While Disney has been making live-action remakes of all their classics, the live-action Mulan is a pretty big departure from its original making it highly anticipated.
The New Mutants - Apr. 3
Thanks to multiple delays that pushed its release back 4 years (yes 4), it looks like it's finally going to see the light of day.
Coming 2 America - Aug. 7
With the entire core cast returning to reprise their characters along with some new additions, fans are eager to see what will become of Prince Akeem's new visit to America.
No Time to Die - Apr. 8
The latest addition to the James Bond series will mark the end of an era as this will be Daniel Craig's last run as the iconic character.
Antebellum - Apr. 24
Not much is known about what Antebellum will be about but the trailer for it so far is enough to peak people's interest.
Black Widow - May 1
Now that Marvel's Avengers era is over, they'll be moving on to phase 4 of their lineup and Black Widow will be the first movie to premiere under the new batch of movies.
Legally Blonde 3 - May 8
The iconic Elle Woods will be coming back for a third time and we do not object.
Wonder Woman 1984 - Jun. 5
The first Wonder Woman sparked the new movement of female-led superhero movies so its follow up is highly anticipated.
Soul - Jun. 19
Pixar has been a role these last few years with Inside Out, Finding Dory, Coco, and Incredibles 2 so kids - and adults- are excited to see what the studio has in store for them next.
Tenet - July 17
With so much secrecy surrounding Christopher Nolan's newest project, it's no wonder that people are dying to see what Tenet is all about.
Bill & Ted Face the Music - Aug. 21
Keanu Reeves will be taking a quick break from John Wick to reprise his character as Ted Theodore in this cult favorite.
The Conjuring: Devil Made Me Do It - Sept. 11
The horror franchise returns with the real-life story of a murderer who claims that a demonic possession made him do it.
Respect - Oct. 9
Jennifer Hudson will be taking on the role of the iconic Arethra Franklin in this new biopic and we are so ready for it.
The Eternals - Nov. 6
The Eternals willl be the first Marvel movie in phase 4 to introduce a whole slew of never-before-seen characters in the universe.
So what movie are you most looking forward to? Share your opinion with us!