Its time to ready your couch and schedule your plan for everything that’s coming in 2020 with our movie release date calendar. With Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe getting underway and Star Wars taking a break until 2022 (as far as films go), 2020 is shaping up to be an interesting time for movies. It’s also coming on the heels of a year that saw Avengers: Endgame unseats Avatar as the all-time highest-grossing release and Disney secure a firm grip on the box office, save for a handful of smash-hits like Joker and IT Chapter Two.
The Mouse House is in a great position to dominate the 2020 box office as well but will have to do battle with hotly-anticipated DCEU tentpoles, several buzzed-about horror movies, and even some comic book adaptations that are neither Marvel nor DC-related. And if all that wasn’t enough, Daniel Craig will also be taking his long-awaited final bow as James Bond in the months ahead. It goes without saying, but there are a lot of films to keep track of next year – which is where we come in. Enter Expressnewspoints’s 2020 Movie Release Date Calendar. Obviously, there are going to be changes coming in the months ahead, but (as always) we’ll strive to keep this list as up to date as possible
The Grudge (January 3) – This American reboot of The Grudge franchise follows a detective (Andrea Riseborough) as she investigates a mysterious death.
Underwater (January 10) – Kristen Stewart costars in this sci-fi horror thriller, which revolves around a team of researchers whose subterranean laboratory is damaged by an earthquake.
Like a Boss (January 10) – Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne play best friends-turned business partners whose company is threatened by a bigger competitor in Miguel Arteta’s comedy.
The Informer (January 10) – Adapted from the novel Three Seconds, this crime-thriller stars Joel Kinnaman as a reformed convict who goes undercover in prison for the FBI.
Dolittle (January 17) – The famous John Dolittle (Robert Downey Jr.) must use his ability to speak to animals to save a gravely ill Queen Victoria in this historical fantasy adventure.
Bad Boys for Life (January 17) – Mike Lowery (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) reunite for one last ride in the third entry in the Bad Boys franchise.
The Last Full Measure (January 17) – Vietnam War airman William H. Pitsenbarger, Jr. (Jeremy Irvine) is awarded the nation’s highest military honor decades after his death in this war drama.
The Turning (January 24) – Mackenzie Davis plays a nanny who’s hired to care for two strange orphans in this 1990s-set reimagining of Henry James’ horror novella, The Turn of the Screw.
The Gentlemen (January 24) – An American expat (Matthew McConaughey) tries to cash out on the lucrative Britain-based marijuana empire he built in Guy Ritchie’s latest crime-caper
Run (January 24) – An isolated teenager (Kiera Allen) comes to suspect her mother (Sarah Paulson) is hiding some dark secrets in the new thriller from Searching director Aneesh Chaganty.
The Rhythm Section (January 31) – Blake Lively plays a woman who becomes an assassin in order to hunt down the people responsible for killing her family in this action-thriller.
Gretel & Hansel (January 31) – This horror-flavored retelling of the Hansel & Gretel fairy tale stars Sophia Lillis as Gretel and Alice Krige as the evil witch who lives out in the forest.