Upcoming Anticipated Movies

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Gal Gadot stars in DC’s Wonder Woman 1984 which opens in theaters this fall. It was scheduled for a summer release.

We all had plans for the year 2020 which just didn’t go too well. This pandemic situation brought us new obstacles and also new release dates for our soon-to-be-favorite movies. Here are some of the most anticipated blockbusters that got delayed and their new release dates for the years 2020 and 2021.

Starting out with the earliest superhero premiere, DC comics sequel “Wonder Woman 1984” was originally announced to premiere in June 2020, but is now set to take on the theaters on Oct. 2. [9/14 update: New release date of 12/25/2020] For the Marvel fans out there, the long-awaited “Black Widow” was delayed from its release on the May 1 and is now scheduled for Nov. 6.

Daniel Craig’s final James Bond movie, “No Time to Die”, is actually set to premiere earlier than its original schedule, from the Nov. 25 forward to Nov. 20. Meanwhile, the ninth Fast and Furious film, “F9”, is taking a bold step and moving the release date of May 2020 for nearly a year, with its new release date scheduled on the 2nd of April, 2021.

The sequel, “A Quiet Place Part II”, was postponed from its original release date March 20, 2020 and is now scheduled to release on April 25, 2021. Lastly, “Venom: Let There Be Carnage”, the sequel to the movie Venom, is now scheduled for June 25, 2021 from its original release date of October, 2020.

Thankfully, our favorite movies weren’t cancelled and were only delayed. Please note, that these are only a few of the movies that were delayed because of this pandemic situation, many more can be researched from the internet.