the most anticipated films of 2020

the most anticipated films of 2020

If you are a movie lover, you are probably aware that the premieres this year promise. From feature films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, to others of drama and suspense will arrive (or have already arrived) to please all tastes. But, if you still don't know what the most anticipated films of 2020 are, quiet, then we show you a list with which, in our opinion, will be the most popular.

Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)

Margot Robbie returns to her role as Suicide Squad as the exceptional and unpredictable anti-hero Harley Quinn in this film in which she teams up with a group of women from the DC Comics pages to protect a young woman from a violent crime scene. The film's cast includes Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, Rosie Perez and Ella Jay Basco, with Ewan McGregor playing Roman Sionis, also known as the brutal Black Mask. Birds of Prey puts some of DC's most popular women under the spotlight, and it is certainly a crazy and eccentric Harley Quinn adventure. Best of all, this feature film is now available to enjoy at the movies.

Release date: February 7th

A Quiet Place: Part II

To Quiet Place, one of the best films of 2018, took the tension to frightening levels with the story of a family that tries to survive in a post-apocalyptic world full of creatures that kill anything they can hear and in which even the slightest sound can prove deadly. John Krasinski returns as screenwriter and director of the sequel, with Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe returning to their first film roles. Although the sequel brings enough mysteries to explore (how many survivors remain, for example, and how to use the family their new knowledge related to the weakness of the creatures) the biggest question is whether the sequel could replicate the success of the unique premise of the first film, in addition to its creative use of sound (or the absence of it).

Release date: March 20

The new mutants

Taking into account how many times this turbulent film has been redone, postponed and in general beset by problems, it is not known for sure whether to reach the cinemas as planned. But it does offer an interesting twist on the X-Men universe, with a terrifying story about five young mutants with powerful abilities who are held in a mysterious place and who must be saved among them first if they want to aspire to save themselves. . Josh Boone directs an impressive cast that includes Anya Taylor-Joy, Maisie Williams, Charlie Heaton, Henry Zaga, Blu Hunt and Alice Braga.

Release date: April 3

No Time to Die

Directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga and presenting Daniel Craig as James Bond for the fifth (and probably last) time, No Time to Die launches a new character under the name 007. The announcement of a new 007 (title assigned to the best agent of MI6) received the controversy that one would expect, but as it is very clear with the trailer of No Time to DieJames Bond is still the star of the story. We found Bond enjoying his retirement until a friend makes him return to action to help a missing scientist. Along the way he becomes entangled with his common collection of examiners, colleagues and enemies, in addition to a completely new threat interpreted by Rami Malek.

Release date: April 8

Black widow

Scarlett Johansson returns as the sper espa of Marvel Studios in this prequel that occurs before the events of Avengers: Infinity War and just after what happened in Captain America: Civil War. Natasha Romanoff faces a threat from her past that forces her to return to Russia to meet with several former associates. The list includes Yelena Bolova (Florence Pugh), another graduate of the Red Saln, the secret school for espas and murderers where she was trained. Black widow also introduces David Harbor of Stranger Things, and Rachel Weisz. This being the first film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since Avengers: EndgameY Spider-Man: Far From Homethey ended Phase 3.

Release date: May 1st

Wonder Woman 1984

This sequel to one of the most successful films so far in the Extended Universe of DC, both among critics and among moviegoers, rejoins director Patty Jenkins with star Gal Gadot on a film set almost 70 years after the events of Wonder woman. It also introduces new characters from the Extended Universe, in addition to some returning. Pedro Pascal, star of The Mandalorian, plays Maxwell Lord, a media mogul, and Kristen Wiig is Barbara Minerva, the DC Comics character who ends up becoming The Cheetah, one of Wonder Woman's greatest enemies. The hero played by Gadot has become the greatest treasure of the Extended Universe of DC, so if the sequel is up to the first film, you can expect a marvel of film.

Release date: 5th June

Top Gun: Maverick

More than 30 years have passed since the public felt the thrill of speed with Tom Cruise as the right-handed fighter pilot Pete Maverick Mitchell, and now he (along with other familiar faces) returns in this sequel to the 1986 film in which Maverick has to deal with the increasing use of unmanned aerial vehicles in the US army instead of human pilots. Val Kilmer, who appears in the original, is also expected to return to Top Gun: Maverick, in addition to new characters, such as Miles Teller in the role of Bradley Rooster Bradshaw, son of Nick Goose Bradshaw, Maverick's friend. This film, directed by Joseph Kosinski, has already received many compliments thanks to its impressive flight sequences.

Release date: June 26th