All the Movies We Can’t Wait to See in 2021


Jennifer Lopez on the set of Marry Me.

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Cruella (May 28)

The famous Disney villain’s origin story is coming to life, with Emma Stone in the titular role. During an interview with Entertainment Tonight in 2019, the actor said stepping into the part was “pretty trippy” and “wild.” We can’t wait to see. In theaters

In the Heights (June 18)

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit Broadway musical is coming to the big screen (and streaming) with a supremely talented cast led by Anthony Ramos. Jon M. Chu directs this story, which explores the tight-knit community in New York City’s Washington Heights neighborhood. In theaters and HBO Max

Top Gun: Maverick (July 2)

More than 30 years later, we’re finally getting a Top Gun sequel, with Tom Cruise reprising his role. Of course, it’s a grave injustice that Kelly McGillis wasn’t asked back. She deserves her own sequel, damn it! In theaters

The Suicide Squad (August 6)

Not to be confused with 2016’s Suicide Squad, this new film further explores the diabolical adventures of Harley Quinn, Rick Flag, and your other favorite villains. In theaters and HBO Max

Candyman (August 27)

After some delays, this Nia DaCosta-directed horror film (a remake of the ‘92 classic) is finally getting a release. What happens when you say “Candyman” five times in the mirror? I’ll give you a hint: It’s terrifying. In theaters

Dune (October 1)

Timothée Chalamet and Rebecca Ferguson lead this sci-fi epic directed by Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners, Arrival, and Sicario). In theaters and HBO Max 

Snake Eyes (October 22)

A G.I. Joe spinoff about Snake Eyes, one of the most important members of the team. Henry Golding steps into the titular role, which he talks about with Jimmy Fallon in the clip, below. In theaters


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