All the Movies Still (Maybe) Coming Out in 2020
From 'Tenet' to 'Wonder Woman 1984', here's when to expect Hollywood's biggest movies.
The ongoing pandemic and subsequent quarantine has thrown everyone's lives into varying states of disarray, and without the tenets (sorry) of normalcy, like shopping at the mall or hanging out at the movie theater, this year is looking to be a pretty bleak one. But, plenty of places are starting to relax their coronavirus constrictions, and Hollywood is itching to get our movie theaters fired back up again. Whether that's going to happen the way we'd all like it to is anyone's guess, but the calendar of upcoming releases, at least, is still optimistic. Here is when to expect the rest of this year's biggest movies, some of which were delayed by COVID-19, and some which were scheduled late enough in the year to not have to worry about it yet.
The Croods: A New Age (Watch trailer)
Nomadland (Watch trailer)
Minari (Watch trailer)
The Father (Watch trailer)
Bumped to 2021 (or later)
Antlers (Originally scheduled for April 17; Watch trailer)
The King's Man (Originally scheduled for September 18, 2020; Watch trailer)
No Time to Die (Watch trailer)
A Quiet Place Part II (Originally scheduled for March 2020, then September 2020; Watch trailer)
Black Widow (Rescheduled to November 6, then moved to 2021; Watch trailer)
Top Gun: Maverick (Originally scheduled for June 2020, then December 23; Watch trailer)
Deep Water (Originally scheduled for November 13, 2020)
Dune (Watch trailer)
The Last Duel (Originally scheduled for Christmas 2020)
West Side Story (Originally scheduled for December 18, 2020)
The French Dispatch (Scheduled for July 24, October 16, then removed from the calendar; Watch trailer)
Saint Maud (Scheduled for April 10, then July 17, then removed from the calendar; Watch trailer)
Candyman (Scheduled for October 16, then delayed to 2021; Watch trailer)
Free Guy (Scheduled for December 11, then delayed to 2021; Watch trailer)
Death on the Nile (Scheduled for December 18, then delayed to 2021; Watch trailer)
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