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The Biggest 2020 Movies

The Biggest 2020 Movies

The Biggest 2020 Movies

(Updated 06/25/2020)

2019 certainly flew by! Now we're looking forward to all the upcoming movies in 2020. There are multiple Marvel and Pixar movies coming up, as well as a whole host of scary movies and a whole crop of amazing indies. In short, the movies coming out in 2020 look amazing!

As we dive into the new year, we want to take a look at the biggest 2020 movies. We've been looking forward to some of these films for years, and they're all movies we'll be talking about throughout the next twelve months… and beyond! Here are eight new 2020 movies we know you'll love, listed in order of release.


The Biggest 2020 Movies: Tenet

[Image Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures]

As is often the case with new Christopher Nolan movies, Warner Bros. is keeping quiet about story details for the filmmaker's new movie, TENET. John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Elizabeth Debicki, Dimple Kapadia, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Clémence Poésy, Michael Caine, and Kenneth Branagh all have roles in this "action epic evolving from the world of international espionage." While we're hungry to know more, Nolan's ability to generate huge interest in a new movie, based only on a few words and casting choices, is impressive, and we love the sense of mystery and anticipation he creates. [August 12]


The Biggest 2020 Movies: Mulan

[Image Credit: Walt Disney Pictures]

With MULAN, filmmaker Niki Caro is taking a slightly different approach than we've seen in other big live-action remakes of animated Disney movies. The core of the story is the same, so the film follows Mulan (Liu Yifei) as she disguises herself as a male warrior in order to take the place of her ailing father in the Imperial Army. But this isn't a musical; it's more of an emotionally-resonant battle epic. You'll hear echoes of MULAN's original songs in the score by Harry Gregson-Williams, but otherwise, this retelling might have a great many surprises in store for fans. Whatever happens, we're ready to follow Mulan into battle! [August 21]

Wonder Woman 1984

The Biggest 2020 Movies: Wonder Woman 1984

[Image Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures]

Director Patty Jenkins gets adventurous with the new Wonder Woman movie, which throws the timeline forward to 1984 for a movie that is not exactly a direct sequel to the first Wonder Woman movie. Gal Gadot and Chris Pine return, and Kristin Wiig appears as Dr. Barbara Ann Minerva, an archaeologist who uncovers a lost city and is possessed by an ancient tribe’s powerful goddess, known as Cheetah. (Hint: She's the villain.) Pedro Pascal, meanwhile, plays Maxwell Lord, an aspiring politician who takes a shine to Diana. They all collide in the heat of the Cold War, in a story that will be unlike anything else we've seen in a DC Comics movie. [October 2]

Black Widow

The Biggest 2020 Movies: Black Widow

[Image Credit: Marvel Studios]

Scarlett Johansson's Black Widow finally gets her own movie, and this story will flash back to a period following the events of CAPTAIN AMERICA: CIVIL WAR. Black Widow becomes embroiled in an espionage plot in Budapest that also forces her to tangle with Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), the widow's successor in Russia's "Red Room" assassin program and Melina (Rachel Weisz), who also has ties to Russian covert ops. Then there's the skull-masked villain known as The Taskmaster, who has his own agenda when it comes to Black Widow's history and mission. After waiting more than a decade for the Widow to get a solo outing, we can't wait to see what happens! Check out the trailer here. [November 6]

No Time to Die

The Biggest 2020 Movies: No Time to Die

[Image Credit: United Artists Releasing]

We've waited four years for James Bond to come back to the big screen, but the follow-up to SPECTRE is almost here. NO TIME TO DIE might be Daniel Craig's final outing as the British superspy, and we know that this 25th James Bond movie will tie up several small story threads that have been developed ever since Craig's first installment in the series, CASINO ROYALE, released back in 2006. As NO TIME TO DIE begins, Bond has left active service and is enjoying retirement in Jamaica, but then his old friend Felix Leiter from the CIA turns up asking for help on a mission rescuing a kidnapped scientist. Things turn out to be a lot more complicated than they seem, and Bond soon faces a dangerous new villain. [November 20]


The Biggest 2020 Movies: Pixar's Soul

[Image Credit: Pixar]

There are two Pixar movies in 2020. The first, ONWARD, opens on March 6 and looks like a total delight. We're looking slightly further out, however, to the arrival of SOUL, which comes from INSIDE OUT director Pete Docter. In SOUL, Jamie Foxx voices Joe Gardner, a middle-school band teacher who has just landed a gig playing jazz. His dream is about to come true… and then Joe finds himself in some version of the afterlife, where he meets 22 (Tina Fey), a soul without a purpose, who doesn't think very highly of Earth. The two form a friendship of sorts, and through their adventure, we learn all about the process of finding your place in the world. [November 20]


The Biggest 2020 Movies: Dune

[Image Credit: Warner Bros. Pictures]

Frank Herbert's epic 1965 novel of sci-fi, politics and wild imagination comes back to the big screen in a new adaptation from ARRIVAL director Denis Villeneuve. Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Zendaya, Jason Momoa, and Javier Bardem lead an all-star cast in this dazzling new vision of the story of Paul Atreides (Chalamet), a Duke's son who is thrown into a world of deadly intrigue, warring tribal factions and religious prophecy when his family takes control of the desert planet Arrakis, better known as Dune. [December 18]

Top Gun: Maverick

The Biggest 2020 Movies: Top Gun: Maverick

[Image Credit: Paramount Pictures]

34 years since Tom Cruise last buzzed a control tower in his F-14 fighter jet, his character Pete “Maverick” Mitchell returns to the world of high-stakes air combat. While Maverick has stuck around the "Top Gun" pilot school as an instructor, the world around him has changed. Drone warfare has redefined air combat, but that doesn't mean there are no new seat-of-the-pants pilots to deal with. One new trainee is Bradley Bradshaw (Miles Teller), aka Rooster. He's the son of Maverick's old radar officer, Goose, and the young flier's presence forces Maverick to confront his own past. [December 23]

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