Movies Now Playing In Theaters
There were hardly any movies released in theaters during the year 2020. For the first six months, at least, of 2021, movie theaters will remain pretty empty. Wild About Movies brings you the complete list of 2019 Movies and 2020 Movies that were in theaters, as well as all 2017 Movies and all 2018 Movies that were in theaters. We also provide you with information about every new movie currently streaming, including on HBO Max, Netflix and Amazon, and movies coming to theaters after the pandemic ends; 2021 Movies and 2022 Movies. Among the many probable box office hits opening either in theaters or streaming, more sequels, remakes and reboots: Black Widow, Wonder Woman 1984, Jungle Cruise, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Top Gun 2020, and Coming To America 2. One of the most talked about movies of 2021 is The Little Mermaid (2021), the live action remake. Complete list of 2020 Oscar Nominees and Winners. Complete list of Disney Plus movies. Complete list of Netflix Original movies and series. Read all about Arclight Cinemas Boston. Are celebrity interviews your thing? In our Interviews section you'll find hundreds of celebrity interviews from 1996 through today, including our interviews with Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, Glenn Close, Meryl Streep, Mark Wahlberg, Steven Spielberg and many more.Read more
2020 Globe Docs Film Festival
This year’s 2020 GlobeDocs Film Festival is 100% virtual. It continues the tradition of highlighting important stories and recognizing Boston as a touchstone of the non-fiction film world with its largest ever lineup of 35 films including four shorts programs. Curated by Lisa Viola, Director of Programming for GlobeDocs, over half of this year’s films are directed or co-directed by women and cover a range of topics including public health, climate change, tech developments, gun violence and the arts.
2020 Boston Film Festival
The 2020 Boston Film Festival transcends summer into fall with a colorful palette of inspiring and entertaining films from September 24-27, 2020. Touching all the bases, addressing topics ranging from war, politics, mental health, sports, and the environment, featured films include the world premieres of the documentaries “Beyond Zero" and “25,” which examines the career of Boston Red Sox legend Tony Conigliaro.
Disney Plus Complete List of Movies
Here is the complete list of movies debuting on Disney+ on November 12, 2019. Keep in mind, this list doesn't include the TV shows, or National Geographic fare, only movies. Disney+ costs $6.99 per month, or $69.99 per year. It is free for the first 12 months for Verizon Wireless customers. Unlike Netflix, Disney+ owns the rights to all of their movies. Because of that none of the movies that debut on Disney+ will ever disappear from the service.
2020 MOVIES COMING SOON TO THEATERS
Directed By: Doug Liman
In the film Chaos Walking, Todd Hewitt (Tom Holland) lives on the distant planet of New World - a new hope for humanity until struck by The Noise, a virus which inflicts immersive visions of ones' every thought. The cacophony drives many mad until Todd makes a hidden, silent discovery: there is a ...
Directed By: Hamish Grieve
The movie Rumble, originally entitled Monster on the Hill, takes place in a world where monsters are tame and monster wrestling is a popular sport. Winnie seeks to follow in her father's footsteps as a manager by turning an inexperienced monster into a contender.
The Little Things
Directed By: John Lee Hancock
The Little Things features three Oscar winners; Denzel Washington, Jared Leto and Rami Malek. The film revolves around Deke (Washington), a burnt-out Kern County, California deputy sheriff who teams with Baxter (Malek), a crack LAPD detective, to nab a serial killer.
Beware of Dog
Directed By: Nadia Bedzhanova
Beware of Dog was nominated for the 2020 Slamdance Film Festival’s Grand Jury Prize for Best Narrative Feature. It tells the story of three young adults experiencing parallel struggles with mental health and identity.