2019 was a fine year for movies. From award winners/nominees to commercial hits, last year had it all. Conclusion of franchises like the Stars Wise XI to an epic drama like 1917; Record-breakers like Avengers: Endgame to an inspiring tale like Little Women, 2019 was an exciting year for movies and animations.
Here, we have a list of Top 5 movies most anticipated of 2020. There are several movies slated for 2020 release; however, the ones listed below are the ones garnering large-scale attention. Let’s get right into it!
Anticipated Movies of 2020 | A Quiet Place: Part II
Following the incredible hit of A Quiet Place, director, and writer John Krasinski is back with the sequel, slated for March 20 release. Although John’s character didn’t make it out alive, Emily Blunt and the young and magnificent actors, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe, are back to give the story its continuation.
As if the cast wasn’t oozing enough talent, the movie will include a performance from two of the most gifted and genuine actors, Cillian Murphy and Djimon Hounsou. As seen in the trailer, the story will involve a little origin on how the world became what it is, mainly delving into the invasion.
No Time to Die
Daniel Craig had both an amazing and appalling run as James Bond. No Time to Die, which might be his last-ever as agent 007, will be releasing on April 8. Despite the hits and failures, Daniel Craig is back for delivering another popcorn-muncher. Many are still doubtful on the 25th installment on the James Bond saga; nonetheless, the trailer has all the action and looks promising.
In the trailer, there are some returning faces as well as new faces. The likes of Léa Seydoux, Christoph Waltz, Ben Whishaw, Ralph Fiennes, and Naomi Harris are reprising their respective roles with Ana de Armas and Lashana Lynch as new additions, Rami Malek will be the baddie and Cary Fukunaga directs. Keep your schedule clear; Agent 007 is back!
It’s about time, right? The much-discussed and the much-hyped movie that many fans wanted is coming to theatres on May 1. Marvel released a solo woman-led movie with Captain Marvel. But, we were missing something within the original Avengers. Out of the 6 Avengers, two of them had yet to work in a solo film. Hawkeye is getting his own Disney+ Tv show.
At the same time, Marvel CEO Kevin Feige announced Black Widow standalone film at the comic-con, and a few months later, we got to check out the new trailer. The movie takes place right after the events of Avengers: Infinity War. Directed by Cate Shortland, the film has a stunning cast with David K. Harbour, Rachel Weisz, and the new Red Room trainee Florence Pugh. Taskmaster finally makes his Marvel debut. Woohoo!
Another of Pixar’s highly-awaited creations, “Soul,” will be premiering on June 19. Moving from profitable sequels, Pixar directed on producing more single stories and has a lot on its plate this year. With Chris Pratt and Tom Holland’s starrer Onward coming the same year, the Jamie Foxx voiced animation, Soul, shows a jazz-loving music teacher end up in the afterlife.
As always, Pixar produces a heartfelt, inspiring animated movie. We are confident that the film will include some memorable tunes and, in the end, will somehow manage to put a smile or a tear (happy ones) on our face. Fingers- crossed for this one!
Top Gun: Maverick
Well, surprise, surprise. Nobody expected a sequel to Top Gun. Maybe some fans secretly wished it. There wish comes to life. The sequel to the hit Tom Cruise starrer, Top Gun: Maverick, will be landing on the big screen on June 25. We can’t say the excitement isn’t there. The movie might sweep the box office that month.
Fans can relive the nostalgia with the sequel and even get to see new faces. Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller, John Hamm, and Ed Harris are new additions, whereas Val Kilmer reprises his role as Lt. Tom ‘Iceman’ Kazansky. Director Joseph Kosinski steps in for the late Tony Scott. Nevertheless, The question is: Will Top Gun sequel make a splash as the original film did 33 years ago?
How will all these films fare in the box office? What do you think? Which movies are you most excited about, and what will you change from the above list? Comment your top 5 most anticipated movies of 2020 below!