If you're wondering when the biggest blockbusters will eventually be released - then look no further than here. We've rounded up some of the most anticipated films of this year and the next, along with their (ever-changing) release dates and trailers.
We're regularly updating this article with all the film delays that are so far confirmed, and we expect movie release dates to be pushed back as the weeks continue. If you'd like a full breakdown of this, check out our article on every movie delayed because of coronavirus.
With cinemas now reopening across the UK, take a look at our analysis on whether you should go to the cinemas or not.
Connected release date: 9 October 2020
Starring: Olivia Colman, Maya Rudolph, Abbi Jacobson, Danny McBride
From the minds behind Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse comes a brand new film about a road trip across the states as a father tries to mend his bond with his daughter. However, plans are thrown out the window when a robot uprising begins to take over the country - which we expect will take the traditional formula of this film's plot into new and unexpected places.
No Time to Die
No Time to Die release date: 12 November 2020
Starring: Daniel Craig, Christoph Waltz, Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Rami Malek
We've all been waiting for Bond 25 since Spectre, which was a whopping five years ago. Bond has left the service and has retired to Jamaica, but is dragged back into action when an old friend shows up asking for help. Craig's films tend to go up and down, but as this is his last film we're hoping that it will finish his run on a high.
Soul release date: 20 November 2020
Starring: Jamie Foxx, Tina Fey, Questlove, Phylicia Rashad, Daveed Diggs
This one is giving us big Inside Out vibes, and it's no wonder considering that it's from the same director. Music teacher Joe Gardener dreams of being on the stage, but just as his dreams are coming true, his soul is separated from his body. There, he works with other souls to train them up in order to return to Earth. It's a bit bonkers, but looks like it could be a tearjerker.
Dune release date: 18 December 2020
Starring: Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Ferguson, Oscar Issac, Josh Brolin, Zendaya
There's a lot of hype for Dune, the first part of a two-half adaptation of the 1965 novel of the same name by Frank Herbert. This sci-fi epic follows a son from a noble family who must travel to the most dangerous planet in the galaxy to ensure the safety of his family and people by sourcing and protecting a valuable asset that affects human life greatly. It's got an all-star cast, and if done right could be the next big series in Science Fiction.
Wonder Woman 1984
Wonder Woman 1984 release date: 25 December 2020
Starring: Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal
Wonder Woman shook up the DC Universe when it first came out, so it's safe to say that everyone is quaking at the thought of Patty Jenkins's follow up film. We don't know all the details yet - but Kristen Wiig will be playing the film's baddie Cheetah, Pedro Pascal is a nefarious '80s capitalist type, and Chris Pine is back in the picture...somehow.
The King's Man
The King's Man release date: 26 February 2021
Starring: Ralph Fiennes, Gemma Arterton, Rhys Ifans
The King's Man is actually the third film in the Kingsman series, but this time it's an origin story about how the spies came to be - which means a brand new star-studded cast, lead by Raph Fiennes. This British action flick was meant to hit cinemas in February but has now been pushed back.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife release date: 5 March 2021
Starring: Paul Rudd, Finn Wolfhard
Paul Feig's female-led reboot may have flopped pretty hard, but Sony isn't giving up the ghost just yet. It's recruited writer/director Jason Reitman - son of the original creator Ivan Reitman, and acclaimed filmmaker in his own right - to reboot the reboot and instead make a sequel with a new cast, new threat, and a few familiar faces making cameo appearances.
Morbius release date: 18 March 2021
Starring: Jared Leto, Matt Smith, Adria Arjona
Jared Leto has traded DC for Marvel - playing the role of the antihero Morbius, who has vampire bat-like powers (oh the irony). This film is only in association with Marvel, so it's similar to Tom Hardy's Venom. However, whether or not this film ties into Spider-Man's story is up in the air (what with the whole Disney-Sony drama), as Michael Keaton appears at the end of the trailer. However, we aren't sure if he's playing the Vulture. Only time will tell.
F9 release date: 2 April 2021
Starring: Vin Diesel, John Cena, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson
Nothing can see to stop the Fast & Furious saga - not even a global pandemic - with the ninth film following up from 2017's The Fate of the Furious being delayed until next year. This title will introduce Dominic Toretto's younger brother Jakob (John Cena), an assassin who has been hired by an old foe - Cipher. Dwayne Johnson will unfortunately not be appearing in this film due to scheduling conflicts.
A Quiet Place Part 2
A Quiet Place Part 2 release date: 23 April 2021
Starring: Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe
The sequel to the horror hit A Quiet Place is coming this year. The Abbot Family may have survived the horrors of the last film, but that was just the beginning. Now they must navigate the outside world, and fight against the creatures that lie beyond the sand path. Prepare for a few hours of minimal dialogue, but maximum suspense.
Black Widow release date: 7 May 2021
Starring: Scarlett Johansson, Rachel Weisz, Florence Pugh, David Harbour
Black Widow is the first standalone film for avenger Natasha Romonov. Set between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, Black Widow is on the run for not obeying the Sokovia Accords and assisting Steve Rogers, whilst dealing with a ghost from her past - Alexei Shostakov/Red Guardian (played by David Harbour).
Godzilla vs. Kong
Godzilla vs. Kong release date: 21 May 2021
Starring: Millie Bobby Brown, Julian Dennison, Alexander Skarsgård, Kyle Chandler
Let's be honest here - the plot is kind of secondary to what people really want to see, which is a massive lizard battling an evenly gigantic gorilla. But so far we know that the film will touch on humanity attempting to wipe out both the creatures, and perhaps even feature cameos from other monsters in previous films, like King Ghidorah, the three-headed dragon from King of Monsters.
Top Gun: Maverick
Top Gun: Maverick release date: 2 July 2021
Starring: Tom Cruise, Miles Teller
Tom Cruise is back in one of his biggest roles ever as he returns to the cockpit that made him a star. He'll be playing with the boys once again in Top Gun: Maverick, as he switches roles and becomes an instructor. Complicating matters is that one of his students is none other than the son of the late Goose - played here by the always brilliant Miles Teller. Trailers so far suggest the aerial stunts will be jawdropping, but can the film recapture the rest of that '80s magic?
The Batman release date: 1 October 2021
Starring: Robert Pattinson, Zoë Kravitz, Paul Dano, Andy Serkis, Colin Farrell
This may be a while off yet, but since we have a first look at the new Batman, we couldn't not include it. Taking place in the DCEU, this will be a reboot of the Batman franchise following Ben Affleck stepping down from the role. It will follow a younger Batman who isn't yet an experienced superhero, and include numerous familiar DC icons such as Catwoman, Riddler and Penguin.
The Flash release date: 3 June 2022
Starring: Ezra Miller, Kiersey Clemons, Billy Crudup
Another DC character to get a standalone movie will be The Flash. Plot details are still very limited at the moment - which is no wonder considering that the film is two years away. However, we know that Andy Muschietti will be directing the flick, which is good news considering that the film has struggled with several directors leaving the project.
Candyman release date: 2021 (date TBC)
Starring: Yahya Abdul-Mateen II
Producer Jordan Peele and director Nia DaCosta stood in front of a mirror and chanted 'Candyman' five times to bring this venerable horror franchise back to life, but it looks like we'll be glad they took the risk. Peele's own Get Out and Us look like strong influences, but this will likely be a much more outright horror flick, with gore aplenty. And apparently loads and loads of bees.
The French Dispatch
The French Dispatch release date: TBC
Starring: Benicio del Toro, Adrien Brody, Tilda Swinton
Wes Anderson is back with another comedy-cum-drama epic. The French Dispatch is set in a fictional French city in the 20th century, following three separate storylines. Inspired by the director's love of The New Yorker, it will act as a love letter to journalists who work at an American outpost. There's also appearances from the likes of Bill Murray and Owen Wilson.
The French Dispatch has been indefinitely delayed due to the ongoing pandemic.