5 Movies COMING TO THEATERS in December 2020

Theaters & HBO Max: Dec 25

All movie theaters are closed by governor’s order in our state (Washington) until December 14, 2020, but the following are movies planned for release in other parts of the United States during December.

With the second government mandated closure of movie theaters in 2020 it’s been a dreadful years for movie theater patrons and owners. We’ve somehow managed to see 45 or so new movies in theaters. That seems like a lot, all things considered, and there have been a small few good movies worth checking out. It’s been one of those years, all around, that we just want and need to put behind us.

For historical reference, we’re including the films originally planned along with their rescheduled release dates, several have been pushed to 2021.

2020 Theater Releases

If you’d like to see a list of all movies released in 2020 click here (that post is being updated throughout the year). Also available is 2021 movies coming to theaters.

All December 2020 movie release dates unless otherwise indicated are for the United States, the release dates in other countries can/may/will vary.

DECEMBER 2020 (5 movies)

  • All My Life (Dec 4)
  • Wonder Woman 1984FIRST LOOK (delayed, moved from June 1 to Aug 24, 2020, move #2 to Oct 2, move #3 to December 25)
  • News Of The World (Dec 25)
  • Promising Young Woman (Dec 25)
  • Monster Hunter (moved up four months from April 2021 to Dec 30)

  • Godmothered (Dec 4) – Disney+
  • Mank (Dec 4) – Netflix Original
  • The Very Excellent Mr. Dundee (Dec 11) – AppleTV+
  • Wander Darkly (Dec 11) – AppleTV+
  • I’m Your Woman (Dec 11) – Amazon Prime Video
  • Safety (Dec 11) – Disney+
  • The Prom (Dec 11) – Netflix
  • Canvas (Dec 11) – Netflix
  • Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (Dec 18) – Netflix
  • The Midnight Sky (Dec 23) – Netflix
  • One Night In Miami (Dec 25) – Amazon Prime Video
  • Sylvie’s Love (Dec 25) – Amazon Prime Video
  • Soul (Dec 25) – Disney+

    • Free Guy (delayed, moved from July 3 to Dec 11, move #2 to “TBA 2021”)
    • Death on the Nile (delayed, moved from Oct 9 to Oct 23, move #2 to Dec 18, 2020, move #2 to “TBA 2021”)
    • Uncharted (delayed, moved from December 18 to March 15, 2021, move #2 to Oct 8, move #3 to July 16, 2021)
    • West Side Story (delayed, moved from Dec 18 to Dec 10, 2021) – adaptation of famous Broadway musical directed by Steven Spielberg. Could have major interest.
    • Samaritan (delayed, moved from Dec 11 to June 4,2021)
    • Coming 2 America (delayed, moved from Dec 18, 2020 in theaters to March 2021 on Amazon) – Eddie Murphy and Arsenio Hall doing this again? Can’t wait to laugh at this one! Cast list includes Wesley Snipes, too? This should be fun. Clever sequel title!
    • Dune (delayed, moved from Dec 18 to Oct 1, 2021)
    • Top Gun 2: Maverick (delayed, moved from June 24 to Dec 23, move #2 to July 2, 2021)

Dune, Top Gun 2: Maverick, West Side Story, Free Guy, Death On The Nile, Samaritan, Unchartered, all scheduled and delayed to 2021. All I can say about 2021 is if the pandemic subsides and moviegoers return, the theaters have a chance to rebound in a big way. The 2021 schedule is looking strong, bubbling over from Christmas 2020. Fingers crossed!

All My Life
(Dec 4)

Inspired by a true story.

Wonder Woman 1984
(Dec 25)

News Of The World
(Dec 25)

Tom Hanks is always worth checking out. He’s going western on us here.

Promising Young Woman
(Dec 25)

Saw a lot of previews in theaters for this one prior to the second shutdown. This is giving me a strong Harley Quinn like vibe, character-wise anyway. Like she’s about to go postal on all men. Maybe this is the Birds of Prey tale we should have gotten? It’s not Harley Quinn, just to be clear.

Monster Hunter
(Dec 30)

Saw a few previews in theater for this as well and the effects look great. It’s based on a videogame which I haven’t played yet, but interested in checking that out, too. Looking forward to seeing this and Wonder Woman 1984 most of these five films.

Which of these movies, if any, are you looking forward to seeing?

Of the list of movies above released or delayed, what are you most looking forward to seeing? Are you going to wait for these movies to come to streaming or venture into theaters? If you’re still in a holding pattern, it’s all good. Let’s chat about it in the comments.

As always, wishing you all happy viewing, whatever you’re watching!

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