There is no denying the fact that 2020 was a bigger mess, not only to us but to the entertainment industry as well. The film market experienced a huge impact since most movies that were supposed to be released in 2020 had to be postponed to 2021 or until further notice. As a result, most movie fanatics were left heartbroken and irritated since they would not enjoy their long-awaited films in the previous year. Luckily, as they always say, time is the best healer. For instance, some destinations in the online gaming world, such as polskie kasyno online, are now bouncing back. Here are some of the films we are all waiting to see in 2021.
1. No Time to Die (April 2)
No Time to Die is an upcoming and 25th spy film in the James Bond movie series. The film will star Daniel Craig, although according to him, this will be his last Bond film.
2. Venom: Let There Be Carnage (September)
This is the second film of the 2018 Venom movie. It will be launched on 17 September 2021 to avoid a clash with Fast and Furious 9. Tom Hardy returns in the movie alongside Reid Scott and Michelle Williams.
3. Godzilla Vs. Kong (May 21)
Godzilla Vs Kong will take you on a journey to find out which one between these two enormous monsters is the strongest.
4. A Quiet Place II (April 23)
If you enjoyed watching the first A Quiet Place film, then you might as well like the sequel. Watch as the family now has to face the terrors of the outside world. All they have to do is to survive in silence.
5. Luca (June 18)
The creators of Coco and Inside Out bring another exciting film for all animation lovers. Join Luca and his best friend as they explore their world and as they also try to keep their secret undisclosed.
6. The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard (16 June)
The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard continues the friendship of the bodyguard Michael Bryce and Darius Kincaid as they go on another life-threatening mission.
7. The Green Knight (July 30)
The Green Knight is an upcoming medieval fantasy and adventure movie inspired by the Arthurian legend. It tells the story of King Arthur’s nephew as he embarks on a dreadful quest to meet head-on with the green-skinned creature.
8. Dune (October 1)
Dune follows Paul, a gifted man who must transverse the world to save not only his family but also the planet and the entire universe.
9. Halloween Kills (15 October)
Directed by Gordon Green, Halloween Kills is a continuation of 2018’s Halloween film. It will still be set in Halloween and feature the same and new cast members. Its sequel titled Halloween Ends will then follow in October 2022.
So far so good, 2021 has brought most of the films that were delayed in 2020. Other movies that are worth waiting for this year include The Matrix 4 (December 22), Mission Impossible 7 (November 19), Candyman (August 27), Black Widow, Spiderman: Far from Home, and the Eternals.