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10 Most Anticipated Films Of 2021

A cloud of uncertainty reigns over 2021 so this list could ultimately be rather pointless (much like the 2020 one). As of right now, Warner is planning on releasing their titles theatrically and on HBOMax so we all might be able to see some major releases at least. As for the titles going straight to theaters, who knows what the theatrical situation will be like. Heck, movie theaters haven’t been open where I live since March. At any rate, I have whipped up a list of the 10 films I am personally looking forward to the most in 2021.

1. Dune- This 2021 list might resemble the 2020 list to a degree as so many of the planned 2020 releases were pushed to 2021 including this hotly anticipated Denis Villeneueve adaptation of Frank Herbert’s brilliant sci-fi novel.

2. Godzilla Vs. Kong- I’m more than ready to see the 2 Kaiju titans go head to head.

3. No Time To Die- It will have been almost 6 years since “SPECTRE” by the time “No Time To Die” comes out. We’re long overdue for a new Bond movie.

4. Untitled Spider-Man Movie- By all accounts, Marvel and Sony are going all out for this new Spidey film which will have past villains and quite possibly all 3 Spider-Man film actors.

5. The Matrix 4- I have no idea what to expect from this fourth entry but I’m certainly intrigued to see what director Lana Wachowski has cooked up.

6. The Suicide Squad- It’s been a rocky road for the DCEU to say the least, but I’m hoping James Gunn can create something special in the DC world with this sequel.

7. Mission: Impossible 7- Can the franchise continue to get bigger and better? Time will tell.

8. Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings- Sure, I’m excited for “Black Widow” and “The Eternals,” but I’m looking forward to seeing what this magical martial arts film brings to the table (and to the MCU).

9. The Beatles: Get Back- Peter Jackson’s behind-the-scenes documentary about The Beatles recording the Get Back project (which became “Let It Be”) looks like heaven for Beatles fans.

10. Elvis- I don’t always love biopics or the work of Baz Luhrman, but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t curious about this Luhrman biopic on The King.

December 27, 2020 - Posted by | List | , , , , , , , , , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Dune is definitely at the top my my list as well. I didn’t realize it had been that long since the last Bond movie.

    Comment by ianthecool | December 28, 2020 | Reply

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