Entering into its fourth month, the pandemic brought the world to a complete standstill. That meant the postponement of practically every single film production. But things are finally looking up.
With lockdown restrictions being eased all over the globe, the films we’ve all been looking forward to finally have set new release dates. Theatres are mostly open, so yes, we will soon be able to see Rami Malek on the big screen again.
The hotly-anticipated Bond film, No Time to Die, in which Malek plays a treacherous villain, just announced a November release date. The film was originally expected to be out this past April.
The 007 feature is just one of many movies that shifted their release dates due to the coronavirus pandemic. But, in the last weeks, a slew of productions have resumed, and many announced soon-approaching release dates. We’ve rounded up what we’re looking forward to the most
A24’s new horror film Saint Maud, which was initially scheduled for a May release, will now come to theatres on September 8. If you’re into horrors, it’s a must-see. After all, when does A24 ever disappoint? The film is centred around Maud, a reclusive, pious nurse tasked with hospice care of a woman named Amanda. But Maud’s faith takes a dark turn when she becomes convicted that she must save Amanda’s soul from eternal damnation.
Disney’s Mulan is almost here. The film, originally set to release on May 29, will now see a July 24 debut.
It’s hard to resist anything Janelle Monae has her hands on, and the singer/actress stars in the film. The American horror film sees Monae play a successful author trapped in an alternative reality with antiquated social structures, looking for a way out.
There’s been major buzz surrounding Christopher Nolan’s upcoming film Tenet, a movie whose plot is shrouded in secrecy. The film, set to be released on August 12, is said to be a sequel to Nolan’s critically-acclaimed Inception. It stars Robert Pattinson, and you won’t want to miss it.
The French Dispatch
Since Lyna Khoudri snagged the role as Timothee Chalamet’s love interest, we couldn’t wait to watch Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch. The film, which had an original July 24 release date, will now come to theatres on October 16.
Loved Jordan Peele’s Get Out? Chances are, you won’t be able to peel your eyes off his upcoming horror film, Candyman. The director and screenwriter is dropping a sequal to the 1992 horror film of the same name, originally written and directed by Bernard Rose. The movie is set to be released on September 25, after being delayed from June 12.