OUR GUIDE TO THIS YEARS’ MUST SEE BLOCKBUSTERS!
Here at Majik House we are all massive movie fans! And are therefore always searching for the new, best releases to watch on one of our home cinemas.
We have listed our top 10 monster hits set for release in 2021, both on the big screen and streaming straight to your home.
The Matrix 4 is the upcoming fourth instalment in the sci-fi blockbuster franchise. The film is produced, co-written and directed by Lana Wachowski. Who co-directed and co-wrote the 3 previous films with her sister Lilly. Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Jada Pinkett Smith, Lambert Wilson and Daniel Bernhardt reprise their roles.
Set against the punk and fashion scenes of 1970s London. Disney’s live-action feature will introduce Emma Stone as a younger Cruella de Ville, the iconic villain from 1961’s “101 Dalmatians.” It will also star Emma Thompson, Joel Fry Paul, Walter Hauser and Mark Strong. Certainly one for the whole family.
The French Dispatch
Wes Anderson’s latest film boasts a cast of Timothée Chalamet, Tilda Swinton, Saoirse Ronan, Bill Murray, Frances McDormand, Willem Dafoe, Christoph Waltz and many more. Therefore, due to this Alist cast, its sure to get vieswers back to the cinemas. Set at the office of an American magazine in a fictional French city. The movie is described as a “love letter to journalists”. Which follows three separate storylines.
Space Jam – A New Legacy
NBA superstar LeBron James teams up with Bugs Bunny and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang for this long-awaited sequel to the 1996 classic. Which debuts on HBO Max and in theatres. The family comedy includes Sonequa Martin-Green, Don Cheadle and NBA stars Klay Thompson and Chris Paul.
Premiering on both HBO Max and in cinemas. The long-awaited Denis Villeneuve remake of the sci-fi epic stars Timothée Chalamet as a young duke named Paul Atreides leading a battle to control the desert planet Arrakis. Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Dave Bautista, Jason Momoa and Javier Bardem round out the star-studded cast.
Mission Impossible 7
Tom Cruise is back again to save the world as Ethan Hunt in the latest “Mission Impossible” action film. Details have not been shared for his upcoming adventure. However, Cruise’s fierce adherence to COVID-19 safety guidelines has already made headlines and drawn plenty of buzz for the action flick.
Austin Butler and Tom Hanks star as Elvis Presley and his manager Tom Parker in the currently untitled film about Elvis Presley’s rise to fame. Directed by Baz Luhrmann and co-starring Olivia DeJonge as Priscilla Presley. Can this film successfully follow in the footsteps of Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman?
Based on the novel of the same name by William Lindsay Gresham. “Nightmare Alley” is a psychological thriller directed by Oscar winner Guillermo del Toro. Bradley Cooper and Cate Blanchett are to star as a manipulative carny and a psychiatrist with dangerous tendencies, respectively.
The Tragedy of Macbeth
Based on the Shakespeare play, the currently undated film will feature Oscar winner Denzel Washington in the title role. Who will be joined by Joel Coen in the director’s chair. Frances McDormand will play Lady Macbeth, with Brendan Gleeson as King Duncan and Corey Hawkins as Macduff. This adaptation will certainly be a truly modern take on a loved classic.
Don’t Look up
If you want to know which film is going to win best cast for 2021, then look no further!
“Don’t Look Up” is an upcoming American political satire disaster film written and directed by Adam McKay. The film includes an ensemble cast led by Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence, who portray two low-level astronomers attempting, via a media tour. To warn mankind about an asteroid that will destroy Earth.
The film is set to be released by Netflix later in the year.
As a result of the closure of cinemas last March, many blockbuster films that were scheduled for release in 2020 have been postponed until 2021. Therefore you can still check out our list of predictions for 2020 blockbusters, which will in fact be hitting cinemas in the coming months.