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CONFIRMED LONDON and UK FILM PREMIERES and RED CARPET MOVIE EVENTS

The following premieres now have their dates confirmed:


JAMES BOND: NO TIME TO DIE WORLD - WORLD PREMIERE

Postponed - released in cinemas on the 2nd April 2021; premiere expected at the Royal Albert Hall in the last week of March 2021.
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Director: Cary Joji Fukunaga
Starring: Daniel Craig, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, Lashana Lynch, Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux, Ben Whishaw, Jeffrey Wright, Rory Kinnear, Billy Magnussen, Christoph Waltz
Release Date: 12th November 2020

Film Synopsis: The 25th instalment of the James Bond series sees Bond leaving active service when his friend Felix Leiter enlists his help in the search for a missing scientist. When it becomes apparent that the scientist was abducted, Bond must confront a danger the likes of which the world has never seen before.. 

 


DAVID ATTENBOROUGH: A LIFE ON OUR PLANET – WORLD PREMIERE

Postponed - new dates to be announced , Royal Albert Hall, London

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In an exclusive World Premiere on 16 April 2020, the Royal Albert Hall, Altitude Films and WWF will host Sir David Attenborough presenting his new film on the world’s most iconic stage.

David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet, sees him reflect upon both the defining moments of his lifetime as a naturalist and the devastating changes he has seen. Addressing the biggest challenges facing life on our planet, the film offers a powerful message of hope for future generations. This feature documentary, made by Silverback Films and WWF, tells this poignantly powerful story through the man who has seen more of the natural world than any other.

The screening will be followed by a discussion on stage with Sir David Attenborough featuring very special guest and fellow legendary broadcaster Sir Michael Palin. Together they will explore the issues raised by the film.


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It is a tough time for the global film industry, for which the pandemic represents a disruption of seismic proportions. All movie production spaces have been officially “locked down” and all talent – whether in front of or behind the camera – has been quarantined. Film festivals have all been cancelled or moved online and cinemas are closed, and the industry faces an uncertain economic future.

Below are the details of the new release dates for the major blockbuster movies


🎬 Greyhound (streaming now)

Tom Hanks stars in and directs this World War II epic about a convoy of ships battling U-boats. Apple TV Plus announced May 19 that it will premiere Greyhound on the streaming service, making this one of the biggest movies to skip theatres entirely. It's a coup for Apple's streaming service, which has created plenty of original content but still has some catching up to do against Netflix and Amazon Prime Video.
Original release date: June 19, 2020

🎬 Tenet (out now)

When the rest of the summer blockbusters delayed, Warner Bros. held its nerve and stuck to the planned date much longer than the rest. Christopher Nolan's time-twisting thriller therefore felt like the big hope for movie theatres desperate to reopen, but after shuffling back a couple of weeks and then moving again to August, Tenet was entirely removed from the schedule in mid-July. It finally opened internationally Aug. 26 before heading to select US theatres over the Labor Day weekend in September. But even if theatres are open, audiences are still wary of gathering, and box office receipts are likely to suffer as a result. Whether or not you want to risk it, read our spoiler-free review of Tenet or our (spoiler-packed) explanation of Tenet's ending and most WTF questions.
Original release date: July 17, 2020

🎬 The One and Only Ivan (streaming now)

As the movie theatres pile up with blockbusters, Disney has moved some of its films from the theatrical schedule straight to streaming service Disney Plus. You can watch Artemis Fowl and The One and Only Ivan online after their theatrical releases were cancelled.
Original release date: Aug. 14, 2020

🎬 The New Mutants (Aug. 28)

Easily one of the most troubled movies ever to limp into production, X-Men spinoff The New Mutants was originally slated to be released in 2018, and had already been moved twice when Disney's acquisition of Fox set it back yet again. That made the fourth postponement for the teen-centric comic book chiller starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Maisie Williams, before a late August release date was booked in. It's finally been released, marking a disappointing end for the X-Men movie series.
Original release date: April 2020

🎬 Bill and Ted Face the Music (streaming now)

Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter return in this long-awaited sequel, which was bumped a little up the schedule -- but more importantly, at Comic-Con 2020 the filmmakers announced a day-and-date on-demand release so you can watch online even if you can't make it to theaters. Read our review of Bill and Ted Face the Music here. Excellent!
Original release date: Aug. 21

🎬 Mulan (streaming now)

Disney's live-action Mulan reboot has been something of a canary in a coalmine for spring and summer movies, as it's been nudged incrementally up the calendar before getting an online release for an unexpected price. It was first postponed in March, less than two weeks before it was supposed to open. Disney then reshuffled its entire slate on April 3, moving Mulan to late July and then August. But as July came to an end and the theater industry still wasn't up and running, Disney took it off schedule entirely -- and then, finally, made the decision to release it on streaming service Disney Plus for an extra cost. Despite missing the big screen, the new version of Mulan for 2020 is still timely and thrilling (even without the songs).
Original release date: March 27, 2020

🎬 Antebellum (streaming Sept. 18)

Janelle Monae stars in this chilling horror story about a modern woman transported to the era of slavery. Originally slated to open in April and then August, Antebellum now skips theaters for a streaming release in September.
Original release date: April 2020

🎬 Black Widow (Nov. 6)

Originally scheduled for May 1, Marvel's Black Widow has been pushed back to Nov. 6. In March, Disney initially postponed the film to an unspecified date, then on April 3 confirmed Black Widow would debut this winter in a reshuffle of the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe -- including Captain Marvel, Thor, Black Panther and Doctor Strange sequels due over the next couple of years.
Original release date: May 1, 2020

🎬 No Time to Die (Nov. 20)

Daniel Craig's final outing as 007, directed by Cary Fukunaga and co-written by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, was the first major movie to delay release. No Time to Die had already lost its original director and changed its release date twice, but producers feared the closure of many theatres around the globe due to coronavirus would harm box office takings in lucrative international markets. The delay was announced March 4, a week before the World Health Organization declared a pandemic. The James Bond instalment will now open in the UK on Nov. 12 and the US on Nov. 20 (slightly earlier than earlier announced).
Original release date: April 2020

🎬 Soul (Nov. 20)

Pixar takes you on a jazz odyssey for this musical animation, which stuck to its planned early summer release date for a while. Disney has so many films in the schedule it wasn't clear when there'd be a new slot for Soul should theatres remain closed, but it's now been moved to November.
Original release date: June 19

🎬 Free Guy (Dec. 11)

Video game-themed action comedy starring Ryan Reynolds was slated for summer but will now open nearer the end of the year.
Original release date: July 3, 2020

🎬 West Side Story (Dec. 18)

Original release date: Unchanged

🎬 Coming 2 America (Dec. 18)

Original release date: Unchanged

🎬 Dune (Dec. 18)

Original release date: Unchanged

🎬 Wonder Woman 1984 (Dec. 25)

Warner Bros held out until March 24 before announcing that Wonder Woman 2 would be delayed, but as with most other blockbusters postponed it was clear the DC comics sequel would have to move from its planned June release date. Where many big movies moved much later in the year or were taken off the slate entirely, Wonder Woman 1984 originally committed to hitting theatres on Aug. 14 -- which proved optimistic, and in mid-June was shifted to October and then to the holidays instead.
Original release date: June 2020

🎬 Candyman (Unspecified date, 2021)

This horror remake directed by Nia DaCosta and written by Jordan Peele was pushed to September, but with no sign of theatres opening it was bumped to October and then into 2021.
Original release date: June 12, 2020

🎬 The French Dispatch (unspecified)

Wes Anderson returns with more idiosyncratic art-housery in The French Dispatch, starring Timothée Chalamet, Bill Murray, Saoirse Ronan, Tilda Swinton and Frances McDormand. Disney bumped this Fox Searchlight film to October but then in July took it off the schedule.
Original release date: July 2020

🎬 David Attenborough: A Life on Our Planet (unspecified)

David Attenborough's latest nature documentary, made with the World Wide Fund for Nature, has been postponed to an as-yet-unspecified date. Interestingly, it's not just the cinema release that's been canceled: The film was due to stream on Netflix in April, but that was suspended too. "Our decision to postpone the film release [allows] viewers to enjoy the big-screen experience," said the WWF in an email to CNET, "as well as giving Sir David Attenborough's message the incredible reach afforded by the Netflix platform."
Original release date: April 16, 2020

🎬 Eternals (Feb. 12, 2021)

Marvel's otherworldly ensemble was intended to open in November, but was bumped into the new year to make way for Black Widow.
Original release date: Nov. 6, 2020

🎬 Antlers (Feb. 19, 2021)

When Disney postponed Mulan and New Mutants, it also shelved horror film Antlers, produced by Guillermo del Toro. It will now premiere online in July as part of San Diego Comic Con. The US release of The Personal History of David Copperfield has also been pushed back, as has thriller The Woman in the Window.
Original release date: April 17, 2020

🎬 Without Remorse (Feb. 26, 2021)

Michael B Jordan stars in this Tom Clancy adaptation, which has been remorselessly shuffled back to 2021.
Original release date: Sept. 18, 2020

🎬 The King's Man (Feb. 26, 2021)

Ralph Fiennes suits up for The King's Man, a World War I-era prequel to the Kingsman series of movies.
Original release date: Sept. 18, 2020

🎬 Ghostbusters: Afterlife (March 5, 2021)

On March 31, Sony took the decision to shift its entire slate of theatrical releases. So Jason Reitman's small town-set Ghostbusters resurrection is pushed from July 2020 to March 5, 2021, taking Sony's slot that was originally intended for video game adaptation Uncharted.
Original release date: July 10, 2020

🎬 The Many Saints of Newark (March 12, 2021)

The Many Saints of Newark is a '60s-set prequel to classic TV series The Sopranos, in which Michael Gandolfini takes on the role of Tony Soprano made famous by his father James Gandolfini.
Original release date: Sept. 25, 2020

🎬 Raya and the Last Dragon (March 12, 2021)

Original release date: November 2020

🎬 Morbius (March 19, 2021)

As part of Sony's big reshuffle, Jared Leto's Marvel vampire movie Morbius has been pushed from July to mid-March next year.
Original release date: July 31, 2020

🎬 F9 (April 2, 2021)

Starring Vin Diesel, John Cena and Charlize Theron, the ninth Fast and Furious film was due to open in May 2020. But it was one of the first to reschedule, taking the bold step of moving nearly a year to April 2021 -- a date previously earmarked for the next film in the Fast Saga. There's no word yet on when the 10th and final film will be released.
Original release date: May 2020

🎬 Bios (April 16, 2021)

Tom Hanks is the last man on Earth, hanging out with his faithful robot in this post-apocalyptic drama.
Original release date: October 2020

🎬 Monster Hunter (April 23, 2021)

Original release date: September 2020

🎬 A Quiet Place Part II (April 23, 2021)

John Krasinski directs Emily Blunt and Cillian Murphy in A Quiet Place 2, a post-apocalyptic tale of a world in which noise equals death. The near-silent sequel was due to open on March 20, 2020 but with barely a week to go Paramount announced it was postponing the release to an unspecified date later in the year before it got delayed yet again. Seeing the chilling first movie in a packed theater was an important part of the experience, partly because of the tension of trying to eat your snacks very, very quietly.
Original release date: March 2020

🎬 Last Night in Soho (April 23, 2021)

Edgar Wright's new film is a '60s-set horror flick starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Matt Smith.
Original release date: Sept. 25, 2020

🎬 Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings (May 7, 2021)

Marvel's martial arts action movie starring Simu Liu as mystical fighter Shang-Chi was also reshuffled by Disney.
Release date: February 2021

🎬 Godzilla vs Kong (May 21, 2021)

The monster-mashing sequel had played around with its release date before the pandemic even happened. In June, Warner Bros. moved it again to avoid a pileup of new releases in November.
Original release date: Nov. 20, 2020

🎬 Spiral (May 21, 2021)

A rebirth of the Saw franchise starring Chris Rock and Samuel L. Jackson, originally slated for May. This was indefinitely postponed by Lionsgate along with Run and Antebellum before being added back to the calendar a year after its original date.
Original release date: May 15, 2020

🎬 Infinite (May 28, 2021)

Mark Wahlberg headlines the eternal story of a man who learns his hallucinations are actually visions from past lives.
Original release date: August 2020

🎬 In the Heights (June 18, 2021)

This adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes' Tony-winning musical is directed by Jon M. Chu, who also helmed Crazy Rich Asians, and stars Anthony Ramos, an alum of the Broadway cast of Hamilton.
Original release date: June 2020

🎬 Venom: Let There Be Carnage (June 25, 2021)

The sequel to the 2018 supervillain caper stars Tom Hardy and Woody Harrelson as Marvel bad guys Venom and Carnage. Andy Serkis directs.
Original release date: October 2020

🎬 Top Gun: Maverick (July 2, 2021)

In April, the high-flying Tom Cruise sequel was pushed from June to December. We've waited over 30 years for a sequel to the original 1986 Top Gun, so what's a few more months?
Original release date: June 2020

🎬 Uncharted (July 6, 2021)

Uncharted, starring Tom Holland, was the first of next year's blockbusters to be officially moved. It's bounced around the schedule a few times to March, then October, and back to July.
Original release date: December 2020

🎬 The Tomorrow War (July 23, 2021)

Chris Pratt headlines this original sci-fi war film.
Original release date: Dec. 25, 2020

🎬 Minions: The Rise of Gru (July 2, 2021)

Animated sequel/spinoff Minions: The Rise of Gru has been postponed a year. It was set to be released in the US on July 3, so the delay announced on March 19 was the first sign the pandemic would disrupt the summer season.
Original release date: July 3, 2020

🎬 Jungle Cruise (July 30, 2021)

Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson take a cruise in the jungle, postponed by Disney a whole year.
Original release date: July, 2020

🎬 The Batman (Oct. 1, 2021)

Robert Pattinson dons the batsuit for this delayed DC adventure.
Original release date: June 25, 2021

🎬 Halloween Kills (Oct. 15, 2021)

This slasher sequel is in the awkward situation that the release date is sort of in the title. You can't really bump a movie named "Halloween" to February, can you? So Universal pushed it back a whole year to 2021 -- which has a knock-on effect to the planned threequel, Halloween Ends, now expected in October 2022.
Original release date: October 16, 2020

🎬 Snake Eyes (Oct. 22, 2021)

Henry Golding and Samara Weaving toy with the idea of headlining Snake Eyes, a ninja-focused spin-off from the GI Joe series of toys and movies.
Original release date: October 2020

🎬 Elvis Presley biopic (Nov. 5, 2021)

Baz Luhrmann's Elvis tribute became a high-profile casualty of the pandemic when Tom Hanks, who appears in the film as Colonel Tom Parker, contracted the coronavirus. He and his wife, Rita Wilson, have now recovered, and the film will be delayed only a month.
Original release date: Oct. 1, 2021

🎬 Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (March 25, 2022)

Fans of Doctor Strange, played by Benedict Cumberbatch, will have to wait before entering the Multiverse of Madness thanks to Marvel's reshuffle.
Original release date: May 2021

🎬 Avatar and Star Wars (Dec. 2022 onwards)

Christmas 2021 was supposed to see the long-awaited arrival of James Cameron's Avatar sequel, which would be followed by a new Star Wars trilogy the following year. The two franchises would then alternate each holiday season until Avatar 5 in 2027. But as the coronavirus shoved more and more blockbusters into 2021, Disney decided in late July to shift all seven movies back a year. So Avatar 2 will arrive in 2022, Avatar 3 in 2024, Avatar 4 in 2026 and Avatar 5 in 2028. Three Star Wars movies then fill in the odd-numbered years.
Original release date: Christmas 2021 to 2027


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