Upcoming Movies We’re Excited For
2020 is shaping up to be an incredible year for movies, with tons of titles that we’re excited to see. From Hollywood remakes to exciting new original films, here are some that we can’t wait to see.
Bloodshot – February 21
Vin Diesel stars in this superhero thriller based on a character from the Valiant Comics title of the same name. After a marine gets brought back to life from scientists after the murder of his wife and child, he develops powers that gives him the ability to get his revenge on that caused the death of his family.
The Invisible Man – February 28
A woman is convinced that her abusive ex is torturing her from beyond the grave. The reality is much stranger than she believes, as she spirales into insanity. Elizabeth Moss stars in this classic version of H.G. Wells terrifying classic.
The Way Back – March 6
A rough alcohol coach is tasked with turning a high school basketball team around as he struggles with the demons of his past. Ben Afleck leads this soulful addition to the sport movie genre, and we’re suckers for a good sports story.
A Quiet Place Part II – March 20
The much anticipated sequel to John Krasinski’s directorial debut, A Quiet Place II explores the fascinating post-apocalyptic world where monsters have hunted humans to near extinction. Emily Blunt reprises her role as a mother trying to protect her family as they venture out to find safety from the monsters that plague the world.
Mulan – March 27
A live action remake of the Disney classic, this adaption of Mulan appears to bring with it the same lovable story with a vibrant new cast. Judging from the trailer, it looks to be action packed with tons of excitement.
No Time to Die – April 8
Daniel Craig stars in his final movie as the enigmatic 007 with No Time to Die. Except for Craig’s final appearance in the classic spy saga to go out with style.
Black Widow – May 1
The MCU’s first female Avenger will finally be getting her own standalone movie, giving us the chance to explore Black Widow’s early life as a Russian spy. This will be the first Marvel film since Spider Man: Far From Home, and marks the next title in Marvel’s Phase III.
Wonder Woman – June 5
This incredible retro-follow up to Wonder Woman takes place in 1984, with Chris Pine reprising his role with new villains played by Pedro Pascal and Kristen Wiig.
Top Gun Maverick – June 26
This 80’s cult classic is finally getting a highly anticipated sequel, with action star Tom Cruise reprising his role as Maverick. Other new faces include Miles Teller playing Lieutenant Bradley “Rooster” Bradshaw, the son of Goose from the original.