Most anticipated movies of 2021

WTOP's Jason Fraley previews 2021 movies (Part 1)

The COVID-19 pandemic shattered Hollywood’s 2020 release schedule, delaying most major releases.

Now that we’ve turned the calendar, which movies are you most excited to see in 2021?

Here’s the current release schedule (obviously subject to change):

Jan. 15: “News of the World”

Jan. 15: “One Night in Miami”

Feb. 5: “Cinderella”

Feb. 5: “Malcolm & Marie”

Feb. 12: “Judas & The Black Messiah”

Feb. 12: “Minari”

Feb. 19: “Nomadland”

Feb. 25: “United States v. Billie Holiday”

March 5: “Raya and the Last Dragon”

March 5: “Coming 2 America”

March 12: “The Many Saints of Newark”

April 2: “No Time to Die”

April 16: “Mortal Kombat”

April 23: “A Quiet Place 2”

May 7: “Black Widow”

May 21: “Godzilla vs. King Kong”

May 28: “Cruella”

May 28: “Fast & Furious 9”

May (TBD): “The French Dispatch”

June 18: “In the Heights”

June 25: “Venom 2”

July 2: “Top Gun: Maverick”

July 16: “Space Jam 2”

July 23: “Old”

July 30: “Jungle Cruise”

Aug. 27: “Candyman”

Sept. 3: “Jackass 4”

Oct. 1: “Dune”

Nov. 5: “Spider-Man 3”

Nov. 5: “Eternals”

Nov. 19: “Mission Impossible 7”

Dec. 10: “West Side Story”

Dec. 22: “The Matrix 4”


WTOP's Jason Fraley previews 2021 movies (Part 2)
Jason Fraley

Hailed by The Washington Post for “his savantlike ability to name every Best Picture winner in history," Jason Fraley began at WTOP as Morning Drive Writer in 2008, film critic in 2011 and Entertainment Editor in 2014, providing daily arts coverage on-air and online.

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