New Movies coming in 2021

The film industry struggled throughout the first year of the new decade, as the pandemic hit the industry hard. However, 2021’s slate of films attempts to redeem last year’s disappointment.


“Malcolm and Marie”: Starring John David Washington, the story follows a filmmaker and his girlfriend as they return from a movie premiere and, over the course of the evening, begin to hash out their relationship.

“Judas and the Black Messiah”: Shaka King co-writes and directs this based-on-true-events drama focused on William O’Neal, the FBI informant who infiltrated the Illinois Black Panther Party in an effort to keep track of Fred Hampton.

“Tom and Jerry”: The classic animated television series gets a big-screen update in the form of a live-action/animated hybrid, which brings the beloved characters to life.


“Coming 2 America”: Three decades later, and Prince Akeem is returning to the big screen. Much of the original cast are returning, as Akeem learns that he has a long-lost son he never knew about who might be the heir to the throne.

“Godzilla vs Kong”: A continuation of 2019’s “Godzilla: King of Monsters”, this showdown will bring the two beloved kaijus into a full-on war. Who will win when the giant ape takes on the king?


“Nobody”: “Better Call Saul” star Bob Odenkirk plays a man suffering from PTSD who unwittingly draws the ire of a Russian drug lord when he murders a pair of thieves who have been terrorizing his neighborhood.


“Black Widow”: The first Marvel property to kick off its Phase 4 will be this prequel focusing on Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff.

“Spiral”: Starring Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson, the “Saw” franchise officially gets revived in this new thriller.

“F9”: The newest film in the franchise brings the family back together to face off against a new villain, played by John Cena, who happens to be Dom Toretto’s brother.


“The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It” : Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga return to reprise their roles as real-life paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren in this third chapter of the original “Conjuring” franchise, focusing on a real case they investigated in which a murder suspect invoked demonic possession as a defense for his crimes.


“Minions: The Rise of Gru”: The “Despicable Me” franchise continues with this latest installment, which acts as a prequel that explains Gru and his relationship with the minions.

“Top Gun: Maverick”: After 31 years we are getting a sequel to 1986’s “Top Gun”. Not a whole lot is known about the movie, except that the filmmakers have recruited a cast of some of the most in-demand young actors in Hollywood.

“Space Jam 2”: The long-awaited “Space Jam” sequel will finally arrive in 2021. Produced by Ryan Coogler, Don Cheadle will star alongside the basketball legend, Lebron James.

“Jungle Cruise”: With Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt leading the cast, this new film is sure to be successful. The film is based on the Disney theme park attraction of the same name.


“The Suicide Squad”: This follow-up film has most of the primary cast returning, with Idris Elba joining in a new role. The star-studded cast is also adding Storm Reid, Flula Borg, Nathan Fillion and Pete Davidson. James Gunn is attached to direct.

“The King’s Man”: This prequel, set in the early 1900s, stars Ralph Fiennes in an origin story that will show how a group of ex-soldiers formed the spy agency.

“Candy Man”: The classic 1992 horror film “Candy Man” is finally getting a sequel, which stars Nia DaCosta, Yahya Adbul-Mateen II and Tony Todd, who is reprising his role as the iconic title character.


“A Quiet Place: Part 2”: Director John Krasinski returns for this sequel, which he also wrote, starring his real-life wife Emily Blunt, as it follows up with the Abbott family after the events of the first film.


“Dune”: With an impressive cast, acclaimed director Denis Villeneuve takes on the massive challenge of re-adapting Frank Herbert’s sprawling sci-fi epic

“Halloween Kills”: A follow-up to 2018’s “Halloween”, the sequel brings back the original cast for another encounter with Michael Myers.

“No Time To Die”: Director Cary Fukunaga takes the reins for the 25th James Bond film, with Daniel Craig returning for his fifth and possibly final turn as 007.


“Ghostbusters: Afterlife”: Jason Reitman will direct a sequel to the original “Ghostbusters” franchise, unrelated to the all-female reboot directed by Paul Feig in 2016. Not much is known about this project, but it’s sure to be entertaining.


“Nightmare Alley”: Starring Bradley Cooper and Cate Blanchett, director Guillermo del Toro adapts the novel of the same name by William Lindsay Graham. The Oscar-winning cast is sure to create a satisfying project

“West Side Story”: Steven Spielberg’s new adaptation of the famous Broadway musical of the same name is finally seeing the light of day.