We have tailored a list of films to keep you looking forward to this new year! The list includes two heavily anticipated films for every month of the first half of 2021.


Pieces of a Woman

Genre: drama

Streaming now on Netflix.

The journey of a young mother (Vanessa Kirby) who prepares herself for a home birth that ends in the devastating loss of her daughter, which causes such pain that isolates her from her family and partner. Featuring Shia LaBeouf, Ellen Burstyn, and Iliza Shlesinger. 


More details about the film here

Promising Young Woman

Genre: thriller, revenge fantasy (or reality)

Cassie (Carey Mulligan) had a bright future ahead of her in med school, until her best friend was sexually abused, and her case neglected by their university. This drives Cassie to look for revenge on predators and the system that allows for crimes like these to happen. Directed by Emerald Fennell (Killing Eve), and featuring Bo Burnham, Laverne Cox, and Connie Britton.

Initially set to premiere in early 2020, came out to theaters on the last week of the year. It is now available as a video on-demand rental on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, and other streaming services. 


More details about the film here


Malcolm & Marie

Genre: drama, romance

Feb. 5th 

A black-and-white film written –in less than a week– and directed by Sam Levinson (Euphoria) during lockdown with only two actors on set. Follows Malcolm (John David Washington) and Marie’s (Zendaya) return home after the premiere of Malcolm’s latest film and how they navigate the intricacies inherent in a relationship. The trailer warns “this is not a love story; this is the story of love”.


More details about the film here.  


Genre: Western drama

Feb. 19th

A woman (Frances McDormand) leaves her small town after losing it all to the Great Recession, turning into a modern-day nomad.


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 Raya and the Last Dragon

Genre: animated fantasy, adventure

Mar. 5th 

Raya, the first Southeast Asian Disney princess, is on a quest to find the last dragon alive to save her land from an ancient evil force. In her journey, the determined warrior will learn that it takes more than a dragon to save the world. 


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The King’s Man

Genre: action

Mar. 12th 

The prequel to Kingsman: The Secret Service is set in the early 20th century when the Kingsman agency is founded as a response to history’s worst tyrants and criminals plotting a war to kill millions. Featuring Harris Dickinson, Ralph Fiennes, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Gemma Arterton, and Stanley Tucci.


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A Quiet Place II

Genre: apocalyptic horror

April 23rd 

Following the events of the first installment, the family learns more threats are awaiting them in the outside world. 


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Last Night in Soho

Genre: psychological horror

April 23rd 

Anya Taylor-Joy plays Sandy, a girl who mysteriously travels back in time to the 1960s and meets her idol, a wannabe singer. Unexpectedly, her adventure takes a somber turn as 1960s London is not the dream it seems to be. 

More details about the film here.   


Black Widow

Genre: Marvel superhero action 

May 7th 

Natasha’s stand-alone film has been greatly anticipated since the release of the first installment of the Avengers saga (2012). Black Widow returns home to confront her past in this adventure set between the films Civil War and Infinity War


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Free Guy

Genre: adventure

May 21st

Ryan Reynolds plays a quirky bank employee who learns that he is a non-playable character in an open world video game that is about to end. Featuring Jodie Comer, Taika Waititi, and Joe Keery. 


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Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It

Genre: Warren horror

June 4th

Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson reprise their roles as the Warren investigators in their third film as the couple. This time, they will face the first time in the United States’ history that a murder suspect claimed their innocence based on the claim of demonic possession as a defense. 

More details about the film here

Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Genre: comedy, fantasy, revival of a classic

June 11th 

A sequel to the original Ghostbusters (1984) with the return of Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts, and Sigourney Weaver. Only when a single mom moves to a small town with her two children, they discover their connection to the original Ghostbusters. Featuring Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, Carrie Coon, and Paul Rudd.


More details about the film here