In the early months of 2020, the film industry saw unprecedented shifts as Hollywood sought to find the best way to respond to a global crisis. The answer is that movies will be out in the home market sooner than expected, including at least one film, Trolls World Tour, on the same day as its scheduled theatrical debut. It meant for others to delay opening weekends, even without an announcement of a different date.
All these said, there are still a lot of exciting films to look forward to this year, although you may still have to wait for some. You can visit or browse about sony 4k to have an idea of the upcoming movies. Here is a list of some movies worth watching.
- The Grudge (2020)
The Grudge focuses upon a vengeful ghost with long memories as a reboot of the American remake of Japanese horror favourite. Andrea Riseborough stars, the critical darling, and Nicolas Pesce, the director, has some form: the critics called my mother’s eyes an odious slasher.
- Bad Boys for Life (2020)
They live as an outstanding buddy-cop film in the hearts of many action fans, and both of them have a 78 per cent audience average. While Michael Bay did not return to Bad Boys for Life, producer Jerry Bruckheimer oversees the film, and we trust the film’s signature styles and speeds will fit the film’s directors, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah of Black and Gangsta.
- Dolittle (2020)
Robert Downey Jr. will take on the mantle of Dr Dolittle in a new screen adaptation directed by Stephen Gaghan(Gold, Syriana), after a couple of poorly received films starring Eddie Murphy. It is base on the second work by author Hugh Lofting. It will feature Tom Holland, Marion Cotillard, Selena Gomez, John Cena, Emma Thompson, and other co-stars, Antonio Banderas and Michael Sheen.
- Weathering with You (2020)
The most recent animation adventure by Makoto Shinkai, the renowned director of Your Name, focuses on a couple of teenagers who can regulate the weather, meet each other, and bond each other.
- The Lodge (2020)
Severin Fiala and Veronika Franz return with another notable horror film, who gave us the cool psychological Thriller Goodnight Mommy in 2014. Yet they live as outstanding buddy-cop movies in the hearts of many action fans, and both have a 78 per cent audience average. While Michael Bay does not return to Bad Boys for Life, producer Jerry Bruckheimer oversees the film, and we trust the film’s signature styles and speeds will fit the film’s director’s, Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah of Black and Gangsta.
- Downhill (2020)
Robert Downey Jr. will take on the mantle of Dr Dolittle in a new screen adaptation directed by Stephen Gaghan(Gold, Syriana), after a couple of poorly received films starring Eddie Murphy. In this edition, Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus play this pair, which shows it could rely on comedy a little harder than on the drama, which is a better way to celebrate Valentine’s Day than to see another pair in a passive-aggressive war tug.
- The Invisible Man (2020)
After Universal’s movie world of classic monsters failed to launch in 2017, The Mummy handed over the reins of The Invisible Man for a new, revised, standalone feature to his horror partners in Blumhouse. Elisabeth Moss is the former lover of a suicidal violent socialist, did he? Maybe it’s his breathe and light stuff on her house in the flames.
- The New Mutants (2020)
Josh Boone, the director of our stars, gathers some of today’s hottest young stars — including Anya Taylor-Joy from Break, Maurice Williams from The Thrones, and Charlie Heaton from Stranger Things — to play X Men of the next generation in a Marvel comic series. But in an underground laboratory, the dark journey of the New Mutants is full of terror as they learn their skills.
- Mulan (2020)
Mulan, led by Niki Caro of Whale Rider and North Nation, continues Disney’s live-action remake tendency. As the main character and several other Chinese legends, including Donnie Yen, Gong Li and Jet Li, Chinese star Liu Yiffé are ready to conquer the global box office and-if, the animated magic takes into account-our hearts.
- The Trial of the Chicago 7 (2020)
Aaron Sorkin started writing a script in 2007 for this historical film, but the project encountered a series of reversals that delayed it for over a decade. Now we will get his reinterpretation of the infamous trials of the seven men accused of conspiracy and incitement to riot during anti- Vietnamese war demonstrations in the late 1960s, with an excellent cast on board and the director Sorkin in the chair.