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Upcoming New Movies: 2021 Release Date Calendar

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Keep Up-To Date With Upcoming New Movies Coming Your Way In 2021 Movie release dates were always subject to change but the pandemic has seriously scrambled release date plans for Hollywood. We’ve witnessed a unique set of circumstances caused by COVID-19. A lot of movies scheduled to release in 2020 are finally arriving in 2021. We’ve also noted where a theatrical release is day-and-date with a streaming release. And not to forget that all Warner Bros. movies that will simultaneously release on HBO Max along with their theatrical release in 2021.

Keeping that in mind, we have a list of release dates of all the upcoming new movies that are highly subject to change, especially in the early part of 2021.

We’ll be sure to keep this calendar updated with the latest info as we get it.

January

Friday, January 29th

The Little Things (HBO Max)




February

Friday, February 12th

Minari

Judas and the Black Messiah (HBO Max)

Barb & Star Go to Vista Del Mar (VOD)

Friday, February 19th

Nomadland

The Mauritanian

Friday, February 26th

Cherry

The Father

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Olivia Colman and Anthony Hopkins in The Father (2021)

The United States vs. Billie Holiday (Hulu)

Tom and Jerry (HBO Max)

March

Friday, March 5th

Raya and the Last Dragon (Disney+)

Chaos Walking

Friday, March 19th

The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent

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Friday, March 26th

Bad Trip (Netflix)

Wednesday, March 31st

Godzilla vs. Kong (HBO Max)

April

Friday, April 2nd

Nobody

Friday, April 16th

Mortal Kombat

Reminiscence

May

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Scarlett Johansson in Black Widow

Friday, May 7th

Black Widow

Friday, May 14th

Those Who Wish Me Dead

Friday, May 21st

Free Guy

Spiral: From the Book of Saw

Friday, May 28th

F9

Cruella

Infinite

June

Friday, June 4th

Samaritan

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (HBO Max)

Friday, June 11th

Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway

Friday, June 18th

In the Heights (HBO Max)

Luca

Friday, June 25th

Venom: Let There Be Carnage




July

Friday, July 2nd

Minions: The Rise of Gru

Top Gun: Maverick

Friday, July 9th

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings

Friday, July 16th

Space Jam: A New Legacy (HBO Max)

The Night House

Cinderella

Friday, July 23rd

Old

The Tomorrow War

Friday, July 30th

Jungle Cruise

August

Friday, August 6th

The Suicide Squad (HBO Max)

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Friday, August 13th

Deep Water

Bios

Friday, August 20th

The King’s Man

The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard

Paw Patrol: The Movie

Friday, August 27th

Candyman

The Beatles: Get Back

September

Death-on-the-Nile
Armie Hammer and Gal Gadot, Death On The Nile

Friday, September 3rd

Reminiscence (HBO Max)

Friday, September 10th

Malignant

Friday, September 17th

A Quiet Place: Part II

Death on the Nile

The Man from Toronto

The Boss Baby: Family Business

Friday, September 24th

The Many Saints of Newark (HBO Max)

The Eyes of Tammy Faye

October

Friday, October 1st

Dune (HBO Max)

Friday, October 8th

No Time to Die

The Addams Family 2

Friday, October 15th

Halloween Kills

The Last Duel

Friday, October 22nd

Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins




Last Night in Soho

Ron’s Gone Wrong

Friday, October 29th

Antlers

November

Mission Impossible 7

Friday, November 5th

Eternals

Clifford the Big Red Dog

Thursday, November 11th

Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Friday, November 19th

King Richard (HBO Max)

Mission: Impossible 7

Wednesday, November 24th

Encanto

Gucci

December

Friday, December 3rd

Nightmare Alley

Friday, December 10th

West Side Story

Friday, December 17th

Untitled MCU Spider-Man Sequel

Wednesday, December 22nd

The Matrix 4 (HBO Max)

Sing 2

Hotel Transylvania 4

Which movie releases are you most excited for? Tell us in the comments!

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