Upcoming New Movies: Calendar for the 2021 Release Date

The release dates are subject to change.

2021 movie release dates

It’s not uncommon for movie release dates to jump around on the calendar, but we’ve experienced a number of unique circumstances caused by COVID-19. Many films that finally arrived in 2021 should be out in 2020, and while a vaccine is already rolling out around the world, studios don’t know when people will be comfortable when they return to theaters.

With that in mind, we have a list of release dates that can change a lot, especially at the beginning of 2021. We have also determined where a theatrical release is the day and date with a streaming release, as will be the case with all Warner Bros. movies in 2021 if they are simultaneously released on HBO Max.

We will keep this calendar updated with the latest information as soon as we receive it.

April

Joe Taslim as Sub-Zero in Mortal Kombat (2021)

Image via New Line Cinema

Friday April 9th

traveler

Friday April 16

Down in the soil

Friday April 23rd

Mortal Kombat (HBO Max)

Can

Emma Stone with

Image via Walt Disney Studios

Friday May 7th

Wrath of man

Friday May 14th

The ones who wish me dead (HBO Max)

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Spiral: From the book of the saw

Friday May 28th

Cruella (Disney +)

Infinite

A Quiet Place: Part II

June

in-the-heights-anthony-ramos-melissa-barrera

Image via Warner Bros.

Friday 4th June

Samaritan

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (HBO Max)

Friday June 11th

In the Heights (HBO Max)

Wednesday June 16

The bodyguard of the Hitman’s wife

Friday June 18th

Luca (Disney + only)

The Sparks Brothers

Friday June 25th

F9

July

Top-Gun-Maverick-Tom-Cruise-2

Image via Paramount

Friday July 2nd

Top Gun: Outsider

Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway

Summer of Soul (on Hulu and same day in theaters)

Friday July 9th

Black Widow (Disney +)

Friday July 16

Space Jam: A New Legacy (HBO Max)

The night house

Cinderella

Friday 23rd July

Old

The morning war

Friday July 30th

Jungle cruise

The green knight

Stillwater

August

Candyman-yahya-abdul-mateen-ii-social

Image via Universal Pictures

Friday 6th August

The Suicide Squad (HBO Max)

Friday 13th August

Free guy

Bios

Friday 20th August

The bodyguard of the Hitman’s wife

Paw Patrol: The Movie

Friday, August 27th

Candy man

The Beatles: Come back

September

Friday 3rd September

Reminder (HBO Max)

Shang-Chi and the legend of the ten rings

Friday September 10th

Malignant

Friday 17th September

The Boss Baby: family business

Friday September 24th

Poison: Let there be slaughter

The Many Saints of Newark (HBO Max)

Tammy Faye’s eyes

October

Timothee Chalamet in the dune

Image via Warner Bros.

Friday October 1st

Dune (HBO Max)

Friday October 8th

No time to die

The Addams Family 2

Friday October 15th

Halloween kills

The last duel

Friday October 22nd

Snake Eyes: GI Joe Origins

Last night in Soho

Ron went wrong

Scream macho

Friday October 29th

antler

November

Mission Impossible Fallout Tom Cruise

Image via Paramount Pictures

Friday 5th November

Eternal

Clifford the big red dog

Thursday November 11th

Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Friday November 12th

Belfast

Friday 19th November

King Richard (HBO Max)

Mission: Impossible 7

Wednesday November 24th

charm

Gucci

Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City

December

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Image via Warner Bros. Pictures

Friday 3rd December

Nightmare Alley

Friday December 10th

West Side Story

Friday 17th December

Spider-Man: No way home

Wednesday December 22nd

The Matrix 4 (HBO Max)

Sing 2

The King’s Man

Hotel Transylvania 4

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Matt Goldberg has been an editor at Collider since 2007. As the site’s chief film critic, he has written hundreds of reviews and covered major film festivals such as the Toronto International Film Festival and the Sundance Film Festival. He lives in Atlanta with his wife and their dog Jack.

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