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2020 movies

2020 is going to be an interesting year in movie theaters. There are lots more sequels, some of which have taken years to arrive -- whether it's Top Gun, Bad Boys or Bill and Ted, nostalgia is big at the box office this year.

James Bond is back in action, but superheroes rule once again, and this year the women lead the way in Black Widow and Birds of Prey. There's a Sopranos prequel and a new version of Dune, while Christopher Nolan, Edgar Wright and Steven Spielberg bring us new films too.

Check out the movies that'll shake things up in 2020.

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The Grudge (2020)

Andrea Riseborough and John Cho star in a reboot of Japanese horror film The Grudge.

Release date: January

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Underwater

Kristen Stewart takes a deep dive in the Alien-style undersea shocker Underwater.

Release date: January

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Bad Boys for Life

What ya gonna do when Will Smith and Martin Lawrence reteam in Bad Boys for Life?

Release date: January

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The Rhythm Section

Blake Lively and Jude Law tune up for The Rhythm Section, a spy thriller based on Mark Burnell's novel.

Release date: January

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Tesla

Ethan Hawke gives an electric performance as inventor Nikola Tesla.

Release date: January (Sundance Film Festival) 

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Birds of Prey

Margot Robbie leads DC's comic book femme fatales in neon-flavored team-up Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn.

Release date: February

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Sonic the Hedgehog

The speedy blue gaming icon comes to life in Sonic the Hedgehog -- following a swift redesign after fans were dismayed by the character's weird looks.

Release date: February

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Bloodshot

Vin Diesel kicks off a new comic book franchise (hopefully) when he stars as Bloodshot, a cyber-enhanced super soldier looking for revenge.

Release date: February

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Fantasy Island

Fantasy Island makes your dreams come true in this shocking reimagining of the classic TV show from horror hitmakers Blumhouse.

Release date: February

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Wendy

A reimagining of the Peter Pan legend focusing on young Wendy, from Beasts of the Southern Wild director Benh Zeitlin.

Release date: February

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Onward

Two suburban monsters, voiced by Chris Pratt and Tom Holland, go on a fantasy-infused journey in Pixar's Onward.

Release date: March

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The Invisible Man

Director Leigh Whannell and horror studio Blumhouse see their way clear to a new vision of Universal Pictures' classic monster movie The Invisible Man, as Handmaid's Tale star Elisabeth Moss is terrorized by a see-through scoundrel.

Release date: March

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Godzilla vs. Kong

Seconds out as Godzilla vs. Kong looks to settle who's king of the monsters.

Release date: March

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A Quiet Place 2

Don't make a sound as director John Krasinski and star Emily Blunt return to a world where sound summons monsters in A Quiet Place: Part 2.

Release date: March

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Radioactive

Rosamund Pike has a new lease of half-life as Marie Curie in Radioactive, directed by graphic novelist Marjane Satrapi and based on the comic by Lauren Redniss. 

Release date: March

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Mulan

Mulan is the latest Disney classic to get the live-action reboot treatment.

Release date: March

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The New Mutants

Marvel's X-Men go horror for the spooky adventures of the teenage New Mutants.

Release date: April 

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No Time to Die

James Bond is back. Daniel Craig makes his final outing as 007 (probably) in No Time to Die, co-written by Fleabag creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge.

Release date: April

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Black Widow

After Avengers: Endgame brought things to a close, Scarlett Johansson flashes back to a prequel about the background of her troubled Marvel antihero Black Widow.

Release date: April

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Greyhound

Tom Hanks takes the helm for Greyhound, a World War II story about convoys stalked by wolf packs of Nazi U-boats.

Release date: May

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Fast and Furious 9

Buckle up for Fast and Furious 9, starring Vin Diesel, Charlize Theron and Helen Mirren.

Release date: May

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Artemis Fowl

Disney adapts the Artemis Fowl books about a junior genius turning his criminal mind against fairies.

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Wonder Woman 1984

Gal Gadot dons the colorful comic book armor for '80s-tastic superhero sequel Wonder Woman 1984. 

Release date: June

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Candyman

Chilling 1992 horror movie Candyman gets a hook-handed reboot thanks to Get Out and Us director Jordan Peele.

Release date: June

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Soul

Pixar takes you on a jazz odyssey to discover the truth about Soul.

Release date: June

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Top Gun: Maverick

Tom Cruise feels the need for speed in belated sequel Top Gun: Maverick.

Release date: June

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Free Guy

Ryan Reynolds, Taika Waititi and Killing Eve star Jodie Comer press start on Free Guy, the story of a video game's nonplayable character coming to life.

Release date: July

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Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Ghostbusters: Afterlife gets a dose of freaky ghosts in a Stranger Things-style reboot with Paul Rudd.

Release date: July

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Tenet

Christopher Nolan returns with Tenet, a mysterious thriller starring Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki.

Release date: July

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Jungle Cruise

Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson go for a jungle cruise in Disney's family adventure.

Release date: July

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Morbius

Jared Leto sinks his teeth into the role of Morbius, a vampire from the world of Marvel comics, in this adventure from Sony, the studio behind Venom.

Release date: July

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Infinite

Mark Wahlberg and director Antoine Fuqua team up for Infinite, the story of a man discovering his hallucinations are actually visions from past lives. Hate it when that happens.

Release date: August

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Bill and Ted Face the Music

Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter are Wyld Stallyns once again in long-awaited sequel Bill and Ted Face the Music. Excellent!

Release date: August

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Monster Hunter

Paul W.S. Anderson and Milla Jovovich follow the success of their Resident Evil series of video game movies with a new game adaptation, Monster Hunter. 

Release date: September

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The King's Man

Ralph Fiennes suits up for The King's Man, a WWI-era prequel to the Kingsman series of movies.

Release date: September

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Without Remorse

Michael B. Jordan is a former Navy SEAL out for revenge in Without Remorse, based on the 1993 novel by Jack Ryan creator Tom Clancy.

Release date: September

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The Many Saints of Newark

Michael Gandolfini plays a young Tony Soprano, the role made famous by his father James Gandolfini, in The Many Saints of Newark. It's a '60s-set prequel to classic TV series The Sopranos created by writer and producer David Chase (right).

Release date: September

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Last Night in Soho

Edgar Wright takes Anya Taylor-Joy, Matt Smith, Terence Stamp and Diana Rigg out for their Last Night in Soho.

Release date: September

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Bios

Tom Hanks is the last man on Earth and Caleb Landry Jones (pictured) is his faithful robot in this postapocalyptic drama.

Release date: October

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Snake Eyes

Henry Golding and Samara Weaving toy with the idea of headlining Snake Eyes, a ninja-focused spin-off from the GI Joe series of toys and movies.

Release date: October

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The Eternals

A star-studded cast lead Marvel's ensemble adventure The Eternals. Richard Madden, Angelina Jolie, Kumail Nanjiani, Salma Hayek, Kit Harington and Brian Tyree Henry star in this tale of immortal aliens who first appeared in comics in 1976.

Release date: November

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Red Notice

Wonder Woman's Gal Gadot stars with action men Dwayne Johnson and Ryan Reynolds in Red Notice, the tale of an Interpol agent hunting the world's most devious art thief.

Release date: November

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Dune

The spice must flow for director Denis Villeneuve in a new adaptation of the classic sci-fi novels. The cosmic cast includes Timothee Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Dave Bautista, Zendaya, Jason Momoa and Javier Bardem.

Release date: December

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West Side Story

Steven Spielberg directs Ansel Elgort and singing legend Rita Moreno in a new version of classic musical West Side Story.

Release date: December

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Coming 2 America

Eddie Murphy is Coming 2 America -- again -- in another long-awaited sequel.

Release date: December

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Uncharted

Tom Holland plays video game hero Nathan Drake in Uncharted, also starring Mark Wahlberg and directed by Bumblebee helmer travis Knight.

Release date: December

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The Tomorrow War

Guardians of the Galaxy star Chris Pratt faces down aliens again in The Tomorrow War, in which soldiers from the past are drafted to fight battles of the future.

Release date: December

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Shirley

A young couple moves in with famed author Shirley Jackson -- writer of The Haunting of Hill House, played here by Elisabeth Moss -- and find themselves sucked into a chilling drama straight out of a novel.

Release date: January (Sundance Film Festival) 

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Save Yourselves!

A young Brooklyn couple disconnect from their phones -- and miss the news that Earth is under attack.

Release date: January (Sundance Film Festival) 

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Possessor

Andrea Riseborough stars in Possessor as a body-hopping assassin fighting to survive when she's stuck inside someone else's identity.

Release date: January (Sundance Film Festival) 

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Code for Bias

Code for Bias is a documentary exploring the revelation that facial recognition technology doesn't see dark-skinned faces accurately, as researcher Joy Buolamwini fights for legislation to protect people of color against bias in the algorithms of face detection software that could be used by police. 

Release date: January (Sundance Film Festival) 

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Nine Days

In Nine Days, Winston Duke and Zazie Beetz take us to a strange house where a reclusive man interviews prospective candidates for the privilege to be born.

Release date: January (Sundance Film Festival) 

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Feels Good Man

Feels Good Man was his catchphrase, but it didn't feel great for indie comic artist Matt Furie when his character Pepe the Frog became an icon of hate. This documentary follows his fight to reclaim Pepe.

Release date: January (Sundance Film Festival) 

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Into the Deep

Into the Deep is a documentary exposing the shocking true story of the murder of journalist Kim Wall aboard a bizarre homemade submarine.

Release date: January (Sundance Film Festival) 

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