20 upcoming hollywood movies you can’t miss [2022]

2021 is set to be a BIG year for films and film industry . Among the many famous and popular releases currently slated for the next 12 months, there are action-packed blockbusters (No Time to DieBlack Widow) and awards hopefuls (DuneThe French DispatchWest Side Story) that seem to be delayed as a result of the pandemic, but there are many great upcoming movies which might not be on your radar but are classics to be looked out for .

Some of the upcoming hollywood movies of 20201 which are to paid attention to are as below

Cinderella (February 5, 2021)

Grammy nominee Camila Cabello IS making her big-screen debut as the titular heroine, with Idina Menzel as her stepmother and Billy Porter as a genderless godparent. If that wasn’t enough, there’s original music and elaborate costuming, too.


French Exit (February 12, 2021)

French Exit (February 12, 2021)

French Exit, film, comedy

A wonderful mother-and-son relationship, brought to life by Michelle Pfeiffer and Lucas Hedges, anchors Azazel Jacobs’ earthly satire about a family made to relocate from New York to Paris following a personal crisis. The result is an off-kilter comedy of manners laced with tragedy.

 The United States vs Billie Holiday (February 26, 2021)

The United States vs Billie Holiday (February 26, 2021)

The United States vs Billie Holiday. jazz, drama

With sumptuous sets, lavish period detailing and Andra Day taking on the role of the jazz legend, Lee Daniels’ gripping drama delves into a Federal Bureau of Narcotics investigation that allegedly targeted Holiday for singing political songs and integrating audiences. Prepare to be blown away.

 The Many Saints of Newark (March 12, 2021)

Alan Taylor’s prequel to the awards winning crime saga The Sopranos plays out against a backdrop of the 1967 Newark riots and examines the early years of mob boss Tony Soprano. As the latter’s younger incarnation, Michael Gandolfini inherits a part which his father, James, first made famous.


 Last Night in Soho (April 23, 2021)

After her remarkable recent turns in Emma and The Queen’s Gambit, Anya Taylor-Joy returns for this time-hopping psychological horror, alongside Matt Smith and Thomasin McKenzie. Directed by Edgar Wright, it sees the trio cross paths in chaotic 1960s London, with disastrous consequences.

Cruella (May 28, 2021)

With a monochrome wig, heavy eye makeup and a disdainful sneer, Emma Stone becomes Cruella de Vil in Craig Gillespie’s account of the hair-raising, fur-obsessed supervillain’s rise to prominence. Add adorable puppies and Emma Thompson as her bristly antagonist, and you have a sure-fire hit.


 Old (July 23, 2021)

The cast of M Night Shyamalan’s latest mind-bender reads like a roll call of rising stars: Thomasin McKenzie, Eliza Scanlen, Alex Wolff, Aaron Pierre. There’s also acting veteran Gael García Bernal, who guides us through a plot that involves rapid ageing, an eerie beach and a mysterious corpse.

 The Suicide Squad (August 6, 2021)

Margot Robbie, Idris Elba and Viola Davis take on the superhero mantle in James Gunn’s explosive reboot of 2016’s Suicide Squad. As the merry band of misfits reunite for another mission, expect unbelievable stunts, gigantic set pieces, incredible costumes and a dose of twisted black humour.

Respect (August 13, 2021)

Respect (August 13, 2021)

Respect, Jennifer Hudson, Liesl Tommy biopic

Who better than Jennifer Hudson to embody the queen of soul in Liesl Tommy’s glittering biopic? Whether she’s belting out her greatest hits or wrestling with her inner demons, the Oscar winner shines, supported by an impressive ensemble that includes Forest Whitaker and Mary J Blige.

 Deep Water (August 13, 2021)

Before becoming a real-life couple, Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas met on the set of Adrian Lyne’s erotic thriller based on Patricia Highsmith’s scintillating novel of the same name. It’s centred on a husband who condones his wife’s affairs but is soon connected to the disappearance of her lovers.

 Candyman (August 27, 2021)

Candyman (August 27, 2021)

Candyman, supernatural, killer

Helmed by Nia DaCosta, co-written by Jordan Peele and starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, this stylish supernatural slasher pays homage to 1992’s Candyman, taking place decades later in the same Chicago neighbourhood that was originally ravaged by a hook-wielding killer. Get ready to scream.

The Last Duel (October 15, 2021)

For Ridley Scott’s next historical epic, Matt Damon and Adam Driver don armour to tell the story of a knight in 14th-century France who challenges a squire to a duel in order to defend the honour of his wife (Jodie Comer). Look out for Ben Affleck, too, as a bearded, bleary-eyed King Charles VI.

Halloween Kills (October 15, 2021)

In the 12th instalment of the genre-defining Halloween franchise, Jamie Lee Curtis reprises the role of Laurie Strode, the adversary of masked murderer Michael Myers who is still terrorising her town. Under David Gordon Green’s masterful direction, it’s a spine-chilling, blood-soaked delight.

 Elvis (November 5, 2021)

Austin Butler’s take on a smouldering young Elvis Presley isn’t the only draw of Baz Luhrmann’s eagerly awaited dramatisation of his ascent. There’s Tom Hanks as his enterprising manager and Olivia DeJonge as a fresh-faced Priscilla Presley, not to mention the auteur’s innate showmanship.

King Richard (November 19, 2021)

Richard Williams, the father and coach of tennis champions Venus and Serena, is the focus of Reinaldo Marcus Green’s heartwarmer. Will Smith takes the lead as the ambitious patriarch who taught his daughters to play the game at the age of four and then saw them conquer the court.

Gucci (November 24, 2021)

The 1995 assassination of fashion trailblazer Maurizio Gucci and the subsequent conviction of his ex-wife Patrizia Reggiani, who was found to have hired a hitman, will be revisited in Ridley Scott’s new caper. Perfectly cast as the glamorous heiress-turned-criminal is none other than Lady Gaga.

The Nightingale (December 22, 2021)

Dakota and Elle Fanning appear on screen together for the first time in Mélanie Laurent’s tale of two sisters who resist the German occupation of France during the second world war. Initially estranged, their parallel stories of quiet heroism and perseverance are sure to break your heart.

The Matrix 4 (December 22, 2021)

Lana Wachowski is back with a fourth sci-fi adventure starring Keanu Reeves as the high-flying, bullet-dodging Neo. Plot details remain under covers, but considering the level of talent in front of and behind the camera, it’ll be worth the wait.

 Babylon (December 25, 2021)

A Hollywood-set period piece starred by Brad Pitt and Emma Stone, and helmed by La La Land’s Damien Chazelle The rumours surrounding the Oscar-winning trio’s next project might seem too good to be true, but if they’re to be believed, this could be 2022’s biggest awards contender.

Judas and the Black Messiah (expected 2021)

Judas and the Black Messiah (expected 2021)

Judas and the Black Messiah, Black Panther, racial injustice

Daniel Kaluuya and Lakeith Stanfield face off in Shaka King’s wondefrul tribute to Black Panther leader Fred Hampton, a revolutionary who was managed with the help of a petty criminal who cooperated with the FBI. Weaving together protests and raids, it provides a shocking portrait of racial injustice.

 The Eyes of Tammy Faye (expected 2021)

Televangelists Tammy Faye and Jim Bakker, who created the world’s largest religious broadcasting network before a scandal collapsed their empire, is the subject of Michael Showalter’s droll drama. Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield play the pair, as they desperately seek redemption.