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Hot New Movie Trailers

Hot New Movie Trailers

Hot New Movie Trailers

Hot New Movie Trailers: The 48 most anticipated films of 2020 , taking as a basis that they will be released in Spain throughout these 366 days that we have ahead.

'Richard Jewell'

Hot New Movie Trailers Richard Jewell

Clint Eastwood re -adapts an incredible true story into a film that has made more noise for extra-cinematic reasons. The first unavoidable film date of 2020 (although it was released in the United States last year). Paul Walter Hauser, Jon Hamm, Olivia Wilde, Sam Rockwell and Kathy Bates lead the cast.

Premiere January 1

Criticism in siswaku: 'Richard Jewell' is the most humane chapter of Clint Eastwood's real heroes collectible


Hot New Movie Trailers 1917

The acclaimed war film by Sam Mendes with the particularity of being presented in a single sequence shot. In addition, technical virtuosity is not the only thing that has earned him many compliments, as George McKay's performance, seen in 'Captain Fantastic' , has also received many praises.

Premiere January 10

'Jojo Rabbit'

Hot New Movie Trailers Jojo Rabbit

After sweeping the box office with 'Thor: Ragnarok', Taiki Waititi returns with a smaller film that tells the unlikely friendship between a Nazi child and the Jewish teenager that his father has taken refuge in his home. A different comedy with the hook of the presence of Scarlett Johansson, although then the real weight falls on its young protagonists.

Premiere January 17

Criticism in siswaku: 'Jojo Rabbit': an enjoyable satire where Taika Waititi mixes emotion and humor with ease

'Bad Boys for Life'

Hot New Movie Trailers Bad Boys for Life

Fans of the 'Two Rebel Cops' franchise have waited many years to see the characters played by Will Smith and Martin Lawrence together again. Against him that Michael Bay does not repeat behind the cameras, but we trust that Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah know how to measure up.

Premiere January 17

'Birds of prey'

Hot New Movie Trailers Birds of prey

Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn was one of the most applauded things about 'Suicide Squad' and now she has the opportunity to shine again without counting on her side with the disappointing Joker played by Jared Leto. On this occasion she will be accompanied by Mary Elizabeth Winstead and Ewan McGregor.

Premiere February 7

'Sonic the movie'

Hot New Movie Trailers Sonic the movie

Very marked by the controversial design of the protagonist hedgehog that was finally altered. That does not mean that the content will be the same, but the idea of ​​seeing Jim Carrey unleashed again sounds very promising.

Premiere February 14


Hot New Movie Trailers Bloodshot

Vin Diesel has not starred in a movie far removed from a franchise since the horrible 'The Last Witch Hunter'. Here he bets on a superhero comic about a marine resurrected by scientists and enhanced through nanotechnology to become a superso

Premiere February 21

'The invisible man'

Hot New Movie Trailers The invisible man

The Dark Universe was born dead with 'The Mummy', but now Blumhouse recovers one of the most mythical characters of Universal's monsters. With Leigh Whannell behind the cameras and Elizabeth Moss in front of them, it is shaping up to be one of the great commercial horror films of the year.

Premiere February 28

'The Gentlemen: The Lords of the Mafia'

Hot New Movie Trailers 'The Gentlemen: The Lords of the Mafia'

Guy Ritchie's return to his origins with a crime comedy starring Matthew McConaughey, Hugh Grant, Colin Farrell, Charlie Hunnam and Michelle Dockery. His story revolves around an American drug dealer living in London and how the criminal underworld of that city is altered when the rumor emerges that he is going to retire.

Premiere February 28


Hot New Movie Trailers Onward

The new original Pixar movie . Many moviegoers are already wanting to go to the movies just by hearing those words. It tells the story of two elven brothers desperate to find a way to spend a day with their father, who died years ago.

Premiere March 6

'A Quiet Place: Part 2'

Hot New Movie Trailers A Quiet Place  Part 2

Continuation of one of the greatest phenomena of recent horror cinema. The fear remains if it will not be limited to being a repetition of what worked in the first installment, but there will be many who will be there to verify it. After all, Emily Blunt is still at the helm of the cast and the signing of Cillian Murphy doesn't hurt either.

Premiere March 20

Postponed until September 4

Postponed back to April 22, 2021


Hot New Movie Trailers Mulan

Another live- action remake of an animated Disney classic, yes, but everything that has surrounded us to think about suggests a freer adaptation than usual instead of a carbon copy of the original work. Sure there is no shortage of criticism for it from certain viewers, but others of us are delighted with the idea that there are changes.

Premiere March 27

Postponed until July 24

Postponed to September 4 (direct to Disney + in many countries)

'No time to die'

Hot New Movie Trailers No time to die

The latest James Bond film with Daniel Craig playing Agent 007. The villain with the face of Rami Malek promises to be memorable and Gary Joji Fukunaga is sure to make the most of the material at his disposal. Just to imagine something with the solvency of the first season of 'True Detective' applied to a great action show ...

Premiere April 2

Postponed to November 12

'The new mutants'

Hot New Movie Trailers The new mutants

You no longer know what to expect from what promised to be a terrifying spin-off of the X-Men universe. The film has been around for so long - it was shot in the summer of 2018! - that who knows what it has ended up becoming after Disney's purchase of Fox. Of course, I will be there to see for myself.

Premiere April 17

Postponed to August 28

'Black widow'

Hot New Movie Trailers 'Black widow'

Marvel has waited too long to give his solo film to Scarlett Johansson and has done so after what happens with the character in 'Avengers: Endgame'. It promises to be great entertainment and Marvel always drags people to the movies.

Premiere April 30

Postponed to October 30

'Regrettable stories'

Hot New Movie Trailers 'Regrettable stories'

Javier Fesser's new film after his historic success with 'Campeones' . For now there are not many details about its argument beyond that it is a collection of stories marked by the surreal humor of the person in charge of 'The miracle of P. Tinto'.

Premiere April 30

Postponed with no specific date

'The woman in the window'

Hot New Movie Trailers 'The woman in the window'

Jump to the big screen of AJ Finn's best seller with Amy Adams as the main protagonist of the function. She has been one of the best actresses of our time for years and this may end up being a more or less entertaining thriller to use, but with her leading the cast and Joe Wright behind the cameras better give her the benefit of the doubt.

Premiere May 15

Postponed with no specific date

Relaunch of 'Saw'

Hot New Movie Trailers 'Relaunch of 'Saw'

Few details are yet on a movie whose release is just around the corner. However, the idea of ​​a relaunch of this popular horror franchise sponsored by Chris Rock sounds curious to say the least. Directed by Darren Lynn Bousman, who was already in charge of the second, third and fourth installments of the franchise. In its cast, besides Rock, the presence of Samuel L. Jackson stands out.

Premiere May 15

Postponed to May 21, 2021

'Fast & Furious 9'

Hot New Movie Trailers Fast & Furious 9

After taking a little breather and letting 2019 be the year of the entertaining spin-off centered on the characters of Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham, the Vin Diesel franchise returns with a ninth installment that promises crazy action and a testosterone overdose.

Premiere May 22

Postponed to April 2, 2021

'Artemis Fowl'

Disney has been with a great weakness for several years: launching a new live action franchise away from Marvel. This time he tries again with the adaptation of the literary universe created by Eoin Colfer. The delay in its premiere invites doubts, but come on, let's trust the good work behind the cameras of Kenneth Branagh.

Premiere May 29

Postponed to June 12 on Disney +

'Wonder Woman 1984'

The first installment helped redirect the course of the DC extended universe. His poor final stretch failed him, something that we hope Patty Jenkins has corrected in a sequel that returns to have Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, in addition to adding Kristen Wiig and Pedro Pascal to its cast.

Premiere June 5

Postponed to August 14

Postponed back to October 2

Ryan Reynolds once again exhibits his skills to mix comedy and action in a film that baby from the world of video games. It tells the story of a bank worker who discovers that a non-playable character of one of them and from there chaos breaks out.

Premiere July 3

Postponed to December 11

'Minions: The Rise of Gru'

The cute yellow creatures return for a new adventure. The spin-off focused on them is the most fun that this millionaire franchise has given and we hope that its sequel does not limit itself to giving us more of the same.

Premiere July 10

Postponed to July 2, 2021


Christopher Nolan's new movie . With that you already sell it to a lot of people. If it is also a show that recalls the excellent 'Origin', but with time travel instead of delving into people's dreams, it also helps.

Premiere July 17

Postponed to August 28

'Top Gun: Maverick'

34 years after the first installment, Tom Cruise flies high again , this time to help Goose's son become a great pilot. To ensure a bigger dose of nostalgia, 'Top Gun: Maverick' also brings back the character of Val Kilmer. Behind the cameras we have Joseph Kosinski.

Premiere July 17

Postponed to December 23

Postponed to July 2, 2021

'Father there is only one 2'

The sequel to the biggest success of Spanish cinema of 2019. It is committed to continuity on all fronts, from the cast to the direction through the script. More of the same? Maybe, but let's hope that the problem facing the character played by Santiago Segura is entertaining enough.

Premiere July 17

Postponed to August 7

Premiere ahead of July 29

'Jungle Cruise'

Disney once again bets on a popular attraction in its theme parks to launch a saga that aspires to be the new 'Pirates of the Caribbean'. Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt will live an incredible adventure in the Amazon trying to locate a tree with healing properties. The new film by Jaume Collet-Serra is also Dani Rovira's leap to Hollywood.

Premiere July 24

Postponed to August 6, 2021


The success of 'Venom' made it clear to Sony that there was a lot of interest in more movies surrounding some of the most memorable villains in the Spider-Man universe. Here is Jared Leto who turns into a vampire and wreaks havoc.

Premiere July 31

Postponed to March 19, 2021


In 2020 we are in luck, since Pixar is going to release two original films. This time it is the new work by Pete Docter , responsible for 'Del Revés', one of the best that the studio has given us. In it we will attend an incredible journey to find the answers to the most important questions of our lives through Joe.

Premiere August 7

Postponed to November 20


James Wan returns to horror movies in a personal film that revolves around two women who are doing the impossible to escape the monster that haunts them.

Premiere August 14

Postponed with no specific date

'Ghostbusters: Beyond'

The female reboot did not have the public support despite being a very fun update with nothing to envy to the original film, but the franchise wants to return to the front line with a third installment that a priori reminds more of 'Stranger Things' than' The Ghostbusters'.

Premiere August 21

Postponed to March 5, 2021

'The other bodyguard 2'

The first installment was a very entertaining action comedy in which the chemistry between Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson shone. In their new mission they will have to protect the character that Salma Hayek already played in 'The other bodyguard'.

Premiere August 28

Postponed to August 20, 2021

'Monster Hunter'

Monster hunter
After ending 'Resident Evil', director Paul WS Anderson and actress Milla Jovovich make use of Capcom's video game saga. The premise is quite juicy: a team of soldiers are sent to an alternate world in which they will have to prevent some terrifying monsters from breaking through the portal to invade Earth. Watch out for Tony Jaa's presence in the cast.

Premiere September 4

Postponed to April 23, 2021

'The Warren File: Forced by the Demon'

The two previous installments are among the best that horror cinema has given us in recent years. The problem is that the presence of James Wan behind the cameras was essential and here he has been replaced by Michael Chaves, responsible for the forgettable 'La Llorona'. Here the Warrens bypass the haunted houses to investigate a man who claimed to be possessed by various demons when he committed horrible crimes.

Premiere September 11

Postponed to June 4, 2021

'The King's Man: The First Mission'

Prequel to 'Kingsman' , one of the best action sagas of recent times. However, here Matthew Vaughn seems to change a bit of third to explain the origin of the British agency in a film starring Harris Dickinson, Ralph Fiennes and Aaron Taylor-Johnson

Premiere September 18

'Death on the Nile'

The remake of 'Murder on the Orient Express' showed that audiences wanted more cases for Hercule Poirot played by Kenneth Branagh. This coming year we will have one in which Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Rose Leslie or Annette Bening also appear.

Premiere October 9

'The Witches'

New version of Roald Dahl's novel that already served as the basis for 'The Curse of the Witches'. With Robert Zemeckis behind the cameras and Anne Hathaway as the great villain of the function.

Premiere October 9

Postponed to 2021

'Last Night in Soho'

Edgar Wright's first film since 'Baby Driver' - whose sequel we will see sooner rather than later. There are hardly any details about its plot, but it is known that Thomasin McKenzie, Anya Taylor-Joy, Matt Smith, Diana Rigg and Terence Stamp are its protagonists.

Premiere October 9

Postponed to April 23, 2021

'Halloween Kills'

The enormous success of the previous installment meant that Blumhouse did not miss the opportunity to rescue Michael Myers once again. Same team as in 'Halloween night' and with the promise that it will not be the last . We will see if it attracts so many audiences to theaters once the "novelty" is lost.

Premiere October 16

Postponed to October 15, 2021

'The Eternals'

A new group of superheroes for Marvel that will also feature the first openly homosexual in the MCU. Angelina Jolie, Richard Madden, Gemma Chan, Kit Harington, Kumail Nanjiani, Salma Hayek, Barry Keoghan and Brian Tyree Henry lead the cast of a film that will give a lot to talk about.

Premiere October 30

Postponed to February 12, 2021

Kong Godzilla

A crossover that promises an overdose of spectacle and destruction. There will always be the doubt of seeing how the union of these two colossi works in the plot, but at least it will be visually impressive. Of course, I hope it is closer to 'Kong: Skull Island' than to 'Godzilla: King of the Monsters'.

Premiere November 20

Postponed to May 21, 2021

'Raya and the Last Dragon'

The new Disney animated movie . The studio is going through a great creative stage - in recent years it has launched jewels such as 'Vaiana' or 'Zootopia' - that we hope will continue with this story of an Asian princess in a world full of dragons.

Premiere November 27

Postponed to March 12, 2021

'Way Down'

Jaume Balagueró turns to robbery thrillers in a film in which Freddie Highmore will have to lead a plan to rob the impregnable Bank of Spain with the 2010 World Cup as a distraction backdrop. Astrid Bergès-Frisbey, Jose Coronado, Liam Cunningham, Sam Riley, Luis Tosar, Emilio Gutiérrez Caba, Axel Stein, Daniel Holguín and Famke Janssen complete the cast.

Premiere November 27


A superhero movie with Sylvester Stallone in which a kid discovers that a superhero who was reported missing after an epic battle years ago is actually still around.

Premiere December 11


Denis Villeneuve, one of the most interesting directors in Hollywood today, is behind this new adaptation of Frank Herbert's mythical novel that was already made into a movie by David Lynch. Watch out: Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Isaac, Josh Brolin, Stellan Skarsgård, Dave Bautista, Zendaya, David Dastmalchian, Stephen McKinley Henderson, Charlotte Rampling, Jason Momoa and Javier Bardem.

Premiere December 18

'West Side Story'

West Side Story
New version of the acclaimed musical with the incentive of having Steven Spielberg behind the cameras. A different take on the Romeo and Juliet story with Ansel Elgort and Rachel Zegler in the lead roles.

Premiere December 18

'The Prince of Zamunda 2'

Princiope zamunda
Another of those late sequels that have become so popular in recent years. On this occasion, 32 years have passed since the premiere of the funny comedy led by Eddie Murphy, who has taken advantage of his artistic resurrection with 'I am Dolemite' to bring Akeem back to life, who discovers that he has a son whose existence he did not know, which takes you back to America.

Premiere December 18

'Rifkin's Festival'

Woody Allen returns to Spain after the problems he had with Amazon that led to us running out of a movie of his in 2018. It tells the story of a couple who visit the San Sebastián Film Festival and a series of events will put their relationship to the test. Christoph Waltz, Gina Gershon, Elena Anaya, Louis Garrel and Sergi López lead the cast.

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