1. Fast & Furious 9
Fast & Furious fan? Here’s your reason to get excited about life again! The ultimate installment of your favorite saga is all set to blow your minds in 2021 with speedy car chases, gun battles, big explosions, and do-or-die stunts.
The trailer sets off with a dim-lit dome where Dom is leading a quiet life with Letty and his little son, Brian, quite aware of the danger lurking around the corner. The follow-up witnesses Dom facing off with Jacab, a deadly assassin, a master-thief, and a high-performance driver to rescue the lives of his loved ones.
A couple of head-turning revelations shows up in the trailer. Firstly, Jacob turns out to be Dom’s forsaken brother! Why do you think Dom took nine movies to mention his brother to his ‘family’?
Secondly, Han makes a reappearance in the game – a delightful surprise for long-time enthusiasts. It appears as if Letty knew Han was still alive.
Release Date: 2 April 2021
2. Black Widow
Although Natasha Romanoff tragically dies in Avengers: Endgame while fighting for the soul stone, this movie takes us back to times when she was alive and wasn’t an Avenger. The trailer shows the return of Natasha Romanoff to her home after the events of Captain America: Civil War. But unfortunately, as soon as she arrives home, she is forced to deal with her history as a spy and her broken relationships in her family which she left behind before she stepped out for the war.
Release Date: 29 April 2021
3. The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It
The popular Conjuring Universe franchise is back with its eighth installment of American supernatural horror film. Petrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga adeptly reprise their roles as paranormal investigators Ed and Lorraine Warren. The trailer reveals one of the most sensational horror stories that this couple has encountered in their lives. The movie sets off with a fight for the soul of a young boy and then takes a turn as a murder suspect claims some demonic possessions to be the cause of his crimes.
Release Date: 3 June 2021
4. Mission Impossible 7
Tom Cruise is back to play one of his most iconic roles of all times in the seventh installment of the Mission Impossible series. The trailer embarks with a notorious man tracking Ethan and threatening him of a bomb explosion he has planned right in the middle of Times Square. The spy, Ethan Hunt, is then forced to run endlessly for what looks like ‘miles and miles’ to stop the explosion and save the lives of millions of innocent people. We can also expect to see him performing some mind-blowing stunts as he faces off the dangerous character played by Hayley Atwell.
Release Date: 19 November 2021
5. A Quiet Place II
The Emily Blunt starring American horror film is the sequel to the surprise 2018 hit. After surviving the deadly fallout at home, the Abott family is now forced to venture into the unknown. While fighting the terrors of the outside world, the matriarch led family quickly realizes that the sound-hunting creature is not the only danger that lurks over their head.
Release Date: 23 April 2021
6. Zack Synder’s Justice League
We all know the rough rides this movie has encountered before its release. The stories of Jess Wendon messing up with its script and how Zack Synder ultimately brought justice to its league trended #2 on twitter. But now regardless of all the uphill battle, Synder Cut is coming in 2021.
After the death of Superman in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, we see Batman and Wonder Woman now on a mission to protect the world from Steppenwolf and his army of Parademons who are in search of the three mother boxes. The duo recruited the Flash, Aquaman, and Cyborg to form the Justice League and face off their enemies.
Release Date: 5 September 2021
7. The Batman
Ground yourself to see the introduction of a new batman in the new year. Dressed in a contemporary suit and armed with state-of-the-art equipment, Batman closely examines the corruption that prevails in Gotham City and how it links back to his own family. He also confronts the serial killer dubbed as Riddler in the movie.
Release Date: 25 June 2021
8. Tom and Jerry
We cannot go back to our good-old childhood days but we can surely reminisce those wonderful memories and relive those golden experiences again. So that’s what we’ll do in 2021! Our favorite animated characters Tom & Jerry are back with their notorious play in this theatrical short film series.
Throwing a glimpse on the plot, Tom along with Jerry gets expelled from the house where he was working as a house cat because of his terrible job performance. Then as the homeless duo roams around the city, they decide to call a truce to their rivalry and part ways to start their lives afresh individually.
Release Date: 26 February 2021
9. No Time to Die
After a ridiculously long wait, No Time to Die will finally roll out in cinemas in 2021. The nomadic spy James Bond comes to the rescue of a kidnapped scientist and in the process finds himself hot on the trail of a notorious villain armed with state-of-the-art technology. This 25th Bond installment features Lashana Lynch as 007 and a Billie Eilish-sung theme song.
Release Date: 2 April 2021
10. The Eternals
The story line of this movie features an immortal group of aliens created by celestials whose influence shapes the history of earth. The mighty superheroes lived a secret life on planet earth for over 7000 years and strive to protect the humanity from evil Deviants.
Release Date: 12 February 2021