the most anticipated releases of 2021

2020 has not been a benign year for movie theaters: popcorn has been replaced by gel and mask, and the glamor of the red carpet, the big ones premieres and film festivals has been diluted over the months. Brand new or wait? has been the question most asked by large audiovisual distributors and production companies, who given the uneven progress of the pandemic in the world (for example, in Spain you can go to the movies since the summer, but in the United States, one of the most powerful markets for the companies, the situation has been more unfavorable), they have preferred to delay the big films to avoid the bump.

2020 has left us without the new installment of James Bond and without the adaptation of Dune by Denis Villeneuve when we have the information. 2020 passed Mulán, one of Disney’s big bets, on the platform shredder, and Warner did the same with Wonder Woman 1984 (although this one decided to release simultaneously in rooms and computer screens). However, not only large productions have been affected, but also Spanish cinema and small, less commercial distributors, the most determined to release despite the current situation.

This year there will be no labor discussions about whether your tablemate preferred Moonlight O La La Land, because not even the Oscar gala is for stories. Feature films can be stretched to a certain time, and 2021 promises to concentrate the blockbusters that 2020 has removed from the billboard, plus the films that seek to surprise beyond its portfolio of special effects.

Hollywood, which has taken a marked step towards remakes, the new installments of successful sagas and the second chances of films that failed at the box office, it seems to have found a path full of obstacles in its journey towards originality and variety. We will have to wait to know the surprises that 2021 has in store for its projector.

  • No time to die

    Release date: April 2

    2020 has left us without the latest installment of James Bond. Agent ‘007’ has not dared with his latest mission and left fans of the saga wanting to see Daniel Craig face the best Bond of recent times in what will be his last film as a secret agent on the big screen , this time accompanied by Ana de Armas, Léa Seydoux and Rami Malek playing the villain.

  • Denis Villeneuve's 'Dune' is one of the most anticipated releases of 2021.


    Release date: October 1

    Had it been a normal year, Dune it would take a week on the billboard. However, we will have to wait almost a year to be able to appreciate the new adaptation of this science fiction classic with which David Lynch already dared and that in this new installment by Denis Villeneuve will have a scandal cast: Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Javier Bardem, Oscar Isaac or Rebecca Ferguson. Although there is talk that the distributor would be fighting for the adaptation of Villeneuve to go solely and exclusively to theaters, rumors suggest that HBO Max could also distribute it through its platform.

  • Cruella

    Release date: May 28

    Although she has a powerful shadow behind the character that will generate much debate, Emma Stone promises to live up to the former Cruella, Glenn Close, in a new installment of the live action from Disney. Wearing a bicolor reminiscent of Mónica Naranjo and accompanied by the always unique Dalmatians, Stone gets into the shoes of one of the most iconic villains in film history.

  • Nomadland

    Release date: February 19

    Winner of the Golden Lion at the last Venice Film Festival and the Audience Award at the Toronto Film Festival, Nomadland, starring Frances McDormand, directed by Chloé Zao and based on the novel by Jessica Bruder, is running as one of the favorites for the always difficult Oscar career. Zao’s feature film, a tale of the adventures of a nomad in search of a new life, has become one of the most acclaimed films of the year.

  • West Side Story

    Release date: December 10

    The musical classic will be adapted by the King of blockbuster, Steven Spielberg. Cada remake It may be a blessing or a misstep, but the famous America it will be intoned again on the big screen. Lovers of the 1961 version may share a more skeptical opinion about the new version.

  • Venom: There Will Be Carnage

    Release date: June 25

    We enter the batch of premieres in the world of comics and superheroes. The sequel to Venom, to which Tom Hardy will continue to give life, promises to be more spectacular and striking, and will feature Woody Harrelson playing Carnage, the mythical villain of the Marvel universe.

  • The Many Saints of Newark

    Release date: March 12

    Fans of The Sopranos they are in luck. David Chase’s series makes the leap to the big screen and has his participation in the script to narrate the youth of Tony Soprano, in this feature film that acts as a prequel to the acclaimed fiction.

  • Morbius

    Release date: March 19

    Jared Leto returns to the big screen with Morbius, “the living vampire” from Marvel comics who will remove Sony’s release schedule for 2021.

  • Mission Impossible 7

    Release date: November 19

    Tom Cruise, who made headlines a couple of days ago by a leaked video in which he was heard shouting at the members of the filming of Mission Impossible For not complying with the security regulations of the Covid, it returns at the end of 2021 with the seventh installment of the most successful spy saga on the big screen and directed by Christopher McQuarrie, which seems to have given the story one more breath of fresh air that needed.

  • Monster Hunter

    Release date: January 1

    The famous Capcom video game makes the leap to the big screen thanks to Paul WS Anderson (Resident Evil) and it will premiere the cinemas in our country in 2021. Monster Hunter will star Milla Jovovich, Tony Jaa, Ron Perlman and Diego Boneta.

  • Ghostbusters: Beyond

    Release date: July 30

    Who are you going to call? To the Ghostbusters. 2021 will do everything possible so that the summer blockbuster is run by Ghostbusters: Beyond, a remake vintage of the famous saga directed by Jason Reitman, son of Ivan Reitman, director of the two original installments of the 80s. Hopefully it receives better reviews than its female adaptation.

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Release date: July 2

    Tom Cruise returns to incarnate 35 years later the pilot Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell after the first Top Gun from 1986 directed by Tony Scott and which became one of the cult films of the decade. This new installment by Joseph Kosinski promises to give fans of the original a compelling reason to hit theaters.

  • The Suicide Squad

    Release date: August 6

    Former Disney director James Gunn makes the leap to DC and dares to test the story of the Suicide Squad that was so badly received in its first installment of 2016. Margot Robbie repeats as Harley Quinn, but Gunn has not wanted to give too many details about of the tape.

  • The King’s Man: The First Mission

    Release date: February 26

    After two installments of the successful saga Kingsman, the new one seeks to return to the original mission of the secret organization. Ralph Fiennes will be in charge of leading the way in this third film also directed by Matthew Vaughn and which promises to re-enchant audiences with action, comedy and insight.

  • A quiet place 2

    Release date: April 23

    The second part of the successful A peaceful place will leave the audience nailless again. Its protagonists will have to remain silent to avoid being discovered by the Aliens that have invaded the earth. Emily Blunt continues to lead the cast and John Krasinski to direct, adding a third mystery character to be played by Cillian Murphy (Peaky Blinders).

  • Malcolm & Marie

    Release date: February 5

    Sam Levinson returns to the fray after falling in love with the public with Euphoria, one of the most acclaimed series in recent years. In this Netflix production starring Zendaya and John David Washington, Levinson will tell the story of a couple in drama format. It is also the only one on the list that will be released exclusively on the platforms (Netflix).

  • Last night in Soho

    Release date: April 23

    Edgar Wright’s psychological thriller (Scott Pilgrim vs. the world O Baby Driver), promises to be one of the sweetest candies of the 2021 releases. Starring the hugely popular Anya Taylor-Joy (Lady’s gambit, Peaky Blinders) y Matt Smith (The Crown), the story will follow both in a nightmare London night.

  • A promising young woman

    Release date: March 12

    Emerald Fennell writes and directs this feature film that premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and stars a Carey Mulligan who is dedicated to taking revenge on those who ruined her life. They say revenge is served cold, right?

  • Black widow

    Release date: May 7

    Natasha Romanoff, better known in comic terms as the Black Widow, will make the solo leap to the big screen with Scarlett Johansson. Marvel brings Florence Pugh to the cast, who could become the superhero’s replacement.

  • Fast and Furious 9

    Release date: May 28

    The successful action saga led by tuned cars and Vin Diesel returns to the big screen with its ninth installment, which features the incorporation of John Cena.

  • Space Jam: New Legends

    Release date: July 16

    Who does not remember Michael Jordan playing basketball with Bugs Bunny in one of the most mythical films of the 90s? Well, almost 30 years later it will be LeBron James who will take the reins of this story that will also feature the legendary Looney Tunes.

  • Matrix 4

    Release date: December 22

    Keanu Reeves will return to the dystopian and futuristic world of the Matrix to play Neo in the fourth installment of one of the most successful film sagas on the big screen. The Wachowski sisters take up the story almost 20 years after its premiere in theaters.

  • The Eternals

    Release date: November 5

    A new batch of Marvel superheroes promises to blow up the box office by the end of 2021. The Eternals will feature Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, Kit Harington. and Richard Madden, and will be directed by Chloé Zhao.

  • Gucci

    Release date: November (although it could be delayed to 2022)

    Lady Gaga, Jeremy Irons, Adam Driver, Al Pacino and Jared Leto are the protagonists of Gucci, the biopic Directed by Ridley Scott which will focus on the murder of the famous Italian fashion designer, based on the book The House of Gucci: A Sensational Story of Murder, Madness, Glamour, and Greed by Sara Gay Forden when we have the information.

  • The Elvis Aaron Presley myth refuses to disappear.


    Release date: October 1

    The Australian Baz Luhrmann returns to the charge with a biopic about one of the great pop icons in history: Elvis Presley. Director of red Mill and The great Gatsby, He has counted on Austin Butler to face the King of Rock, his mother Gladys will be Maggie Gyllenhaal and his wife Priscilla, Olivia DeJonge.

  • Ammonite

    Release date: 2021

    Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan bring to life a love story between two women in England in 1840, by Francis Lee. The feature film has given much to talk about in its passage through film festivals, and everything indicates that, if the coronavirus does not prevent it, it will reach Spanish cinemas next year.

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the most anticipated releases of 2021