The Covid-19 pandemic has also hampered various industrial sectors, including the film industry. Many box office film productions had to be postponed, including the screenings.
However, in 2021, there are already several film titles that were previously postponed to be ready for release. So, it doesn’t take long, here are the 2021 box office movies that you shouldn’t miss.
Raya and The Last Dragon (March 5)
Tells the story of a warrior Raya on a quest for the last dragon to restore peace in a mythical world.
Nobody (April 2)
After several delays, Nobody is reportedly ready to be released April 2, 2021.
Nobody tells the story of a polite man who is traumatized after being attacked by a thief. Then becomes the target of a Russian drug boss for revenge.
Black Widow (May 7)
Tells the story of Natasha Romanoff’s past before becoming an Avengers. Natasha on the run must confront her past as a spy.
Godzila vs Kong (21 May)
The continuation of the previous sequel which revolves around the monster Godzila who confronts Kong where on the other hand humans hope to eliminate both of them for peace on earth.
Fast & Furious 9 (May 28)
Dom Toretto this time has to deal with a very reliable racer but it turns out to be the most dangerous killer in the world.
The Conjuring: The Devil Mede Me Do It (June 4)
Tells the story of a series of terror, murder, and an unknown demon. It will even surprise experienced psychics like Ed and Lorraine Warren.
Venom 2: Let There be Carnage (June 25)
Venom, played by Tom Hardy, will face Carnage, a very powerful serial killer. High expectations for the previous sequel had disappointed, but not with this Venom 2.
Top Gun: Maverick (July 2)
After completing his service as a naval aviator, Pete Maverick Mitchel returns to face his past while training a new squad for a life-threatening mission.
The Suicide Squad (August 6)
This action film wrapped in comedy elements has a core story that is almost the same as the previous film. Suicide Squad will undergo certain missions with several additional famous characters in it.
No Time to Die (October 8)
Mission 007 agent who fights to save a scientist who has been kidnapped. 007 also has to deal with a dangerous masked criminal with advanced technology.
Mission: Impossible 7 (November 4)
Special agent Ethan Hunt is back on a difficult and dangerous mission of high difficulty to save the world. After being delayed due to Covid-19, Mission: Impossible 7 is confirmed to be ready for release on November 4.
Spider-Man 3 (December 17)
Following the events of Spider-Man: Far From Home, Doctor Octopus and Electro, starring Alfred Molina and Jemie Foxx, will again wow fans of superhero action.
The Matrix 4 (December 22)
Back to tell the battle in the world of the matrix. Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss, Jada Pinkett Smith, Lambert Wilson and Daniel Bernhardt will reprise their roles for the fourth film.