Maybe this is the year we get caught up.
The time has come to release our most anticipated movies of 2021 and re holding out hope we will be able to see more than a few in theaters.
Since a few of the movies from 2020 are on this list, we are only going to give descriptions on ones that may have been added, Otherwise hop back to the previous article. Let’s hope the dates can stay true.
On a side note, some of these movies will be streaming instead of theaters due to Covid 19.
Coming 2 America (March 5th)
- The first movie was a blast but the question is can the two leads maintain the same level of comedic performance. At least this is a movie that will be streaming on Amazon Prime so it might be more bearable.
The King’s Man (March 12th)
Godzilla vs King Kong(March 26th)
No Time to Die (April 2nd)
Mortal Kombat (April 16th)
- Though we are sure the CGI effects will be better than the original, we are not sure if they can top the soundtrack. Either way we are curious to see how they will expand on the original game lore.
A Quiet Place Part ii (April 23rd)
- This was a movie not on our 2020 list, but after we saw some trailers, it is one we added for this year. The approach the movie is taking will make it an interesting one that is sure to keep us entertained.
Black Widow (May 7th)
Ghostbusters: Afterlife (June 11th)
Venom: Let There Be Carnage (June 25th)
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings (July 9th)
- The title could be telling and may be the introduction of the true Mandarian into the MCU. If that is the case, then the movie is going to have a lot of potential. This movie is our second most hyped from the MCU this year.
Space Jam 2 (July 16th)
- It will be hard for them to recapture the magic of the first Space Jam movie, but there might be enough there for a new generation. We are hoping for the latter and can’t wait to see Bugs on the big screen again.
The Suicide Squad (Aug 6th)
- James Gunn is a heck of a director and knows who to weave a story, especially when it involves unique villains or heroes. If the rumors are true on the direction it is taking, then you can expect us to be all aboard the star train.
Candyman (Aug 27th)
Dune (Oct 1st)
- This is another movie that did not strike a chord with us until we aw the trailer. There is a lot of potential here and we need to see it play out on the big screen.
Morbius (Oct 8th)
Snake Eyes (oct 22nd)
Eternal (Nov 5th)
Untitled Spider-Man Sequel (Dec 17th)
- Hands down, this is our most hyped Marvel movie for the year. Even more so than the involvement of Spider-Man. We are curious to see how things shape up with the potential of a multiverse.
Sherlock Holmes 3 (Dec 22nd)
- Not much is known about the third movie in the series, but we should expect more of what we love. A solid portrayal of Holmes and Watson along with an intriguing villain.