Film Release Dates

If you’re the kind of person who merges their personal timeline with the MCU, measures years in Bond films, or merely loves knowing that a beloved franchise is stirring once again, our film release dates calendar is for you.

Years of cinematic magic to come – constantly refreshed and brimming with inspiring, edge-of-the-seat, laugh-out-loud, peek-through-the-fingers, misty-eyed, breath-catching awesomeness.

But let's start with the biggest blockbusters coming to the big screen in 2021.

Please note: the following dates and films are subject to regular changes which could shift release schedule and we update this page regularly to reflect the changes when they are communicated.

A Quiet Place Part II

Directed by: John Krasinski

Cast: Emily Blunt, Cillian Murphy, Djimon Hounsou, John Krasinski, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe

A Quiet Place Part II UK release date: 3 June 2021

Following on from the cultural phenomenon, A Quiet Place Part II promises to plunge cinemas into edge-of-the-seat, pin-drop silence once more as the Abbott family ventures out beyond the sand path. 

With their farmhouse sanctuary shattered and only harrowing memories left behind, the remaining members of the Abbott family venture into the outside world armed with the knowledge that could help defeat the sightless monsters that roam the Earth hunting by sound alone. But, as they soon discover, other survivors pose as much of a threat to their safety as the terrifying insectoid hunters waiting, waiting for the slightest noise to give their prey away.

Want to get up to speed on A Quiet Place Part II? Click on through, but please do it quietly…



In the Heights

Directed by: Jon M. Chu

Cast: Anthony Ramos, Leslie Grace, Corey Hawkins, Melissa Barrera, Stephanie Beatriz, Jimmy Smits, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Olga Merediz

In the Heights UK release date: 18 June 2021

The big-screen adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s (Hamilton) irresistibly feel-good musical is a life-affirming, hip-swaying shot of pure escapism.

Over a few sultry summer days in New York, residents of the largely Dominican neighbourhood of Washington Heights play out their lives on a street corner on the cusp of gentrification. With dreams and desires playing out in the streets and fire escapes, what really makes a place home, and how will these friends and neighbours reckon with their responsibility to keep its spirit alive?

Want to win a trip to New York to see the Heights (and the rest of the Big Apple) for yourself? Or maybe you want to know which songs you need to practise before booking In the Heights tickets for yourself?



Fast & Furious 9

Directed by: Justin Lin

Cast: Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Ludacris, Tyrese Gibson, Charlize Theron, John Cena, Nathalie Brewster, Sung Kang

Fast & Furious 9 UK release date: 24 June 2021

Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his ragtag family of petrolheads, hackers and car modders are back for the ninth outing of what has become the most relentlessly entertaining blockbuster series ever.

Expect heart-in-the-mouth action, insane stunts, wisecracks and a whole lot of heart from the crew as they go toe-to-toe with former enemy Cipher (Charlize Theron).

But they'll also be facing one Jakob Toretto (John Cena) – a deadly assassin, master thief, and Dom and Mia’s estranged younger brother.

Get under the hood with everything you need to know.



Black Widow

Directed by: Cate Shortland

Cast: Scarlett Johannson, Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz, David Harbour, William Hurt, O-T Fagbenle

Black Widow UK release date: 9 July 2021

Years before the Thanos Snap™ and Black Widow’s ultimate sacrifice, Natasha Romanoff was up to her wrist gauntlets in trouble.

Set after the events of Captain America: Civil War, this blockbuster prequel sees Romanoff, alone and on the run, caught up in a conspiracy whose tendrils reach back into her Soviet-era training in the infamous Red Room.

Recruiting members of her adoptive family from her early years, Black Widow sets out to unravel the mystery and throw down with Taskmaster, a mysterious villain who can mimic any opponent’s fighting style with deadly accuracy.

Here's everything you need to know about the film that ushers in Phase 4 of the MCU.



Hotel Transylvania: Transformania

Directed by: Jennifer Kluska, Derek Drymon

Cast: Kathryn Hahn, Fran Drescher, Steve Buscemi, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Keegan-Michael Key, David Spade, Molly Shannon, Jim Gaffigan, Brian Hull

Hotel Transylvania: Transformania UK release date: 23 July 2021

Everything’s turned on its head(s) when Transylvania’s top hotelier, Dracula, and his entire pack are sent out of whack by a Monsterfication Ray™ that turns humans into monsters and monsters into humans.

Tired of being sidelined by his fanged father-in-law, well-meaning but accident-prone human Jonathan decides the only way to get closer to his fiendish family is to get monsterfied. But when Van Helsing’s tinkering also transforms Jonathan’s nearest and dearest into humans, the race is on to reverse the process and get Drac back to his old self again – not to mention Griffin the now visible (and naked) man, a very handsome new Frank, and Wayne the (still fairly hairy) ex werewolf! 

Jungle Cruise

Directed by: Jaume Collet-Serra

Cast: Emily Blunt, Dwayne Johnson, Jesse Plemons, Paul Giamatti, Edgar Ramirez, Jack Whitehall

Jungle Cruise UK release date: 30 July 2021

Disney has impressive form when it comes to turning its beloved theme park rides into gloriously entertaining films – Pirates of the Caribbean, anyone? – so we couldn’t be more excited to see Emily Blunt and Dwayne Johnson heading up this thrilling adventure tale.

It’s the early 20th century and Dr. Lily Houghton (Blunt) hires cynical riverboat captain Frank (Johnson) to navigate the jungle rivers to locate a legendary, healing Tree of Life.

Little do they realise the perils they will face, from the jungle itself and from a competing team of villainous explorers.

The Suicide Squad

Directed by: James Gunn

Cast: Margot Robbie, Taika Waititi, Joel Kinnaman, Idris Elba, Alice Braga, Pete Davidson, Viola Davis, John Cena, Nathan Fillion, Michael Rooker, Peter Capaldi, Jai Courtney

The Suicide Squad UK release date: 30 July 2021

James Gunn performed big-screen magic with the Guardians of the Galaxy, and now he’s turned his attention to this inspired reboot of DC Comics’ band of also-ran villains, The Suicide Squad.

Boldly embracing a no-holds-barred R-rating (just like the Deadpool films), Gunn’s Suicide Squad has swelled its ranks to 16 second-tier baddies and the film is going to go for a blood-splattered, 1970s war-movie vibe that sounds amazing.

Expect a lot of villains getting unexpected early baths in one of the most entertaining blockbusters for years, and another bold turn for the DC Extended Universe.

No Time to Die

Directed by: Cari Joji Fukanaga

Cast: Daniel Craig, Anna de Armas, Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch, Léa Seydoux, Ralph Fiennes, Christoph Waltz, Naomie Harris, Ben Whishaw

No Time to Die UK release date: 30 September 2021

Ernst Stavro Blofeld is imprisoned. James Bond has been out of the spy game for five years.

But when Bond’s CIA buddy Felix Leiter asks for his help in tracking down a missing scientist, a perfect storm of peril and intrigue breaks, sweeping up James, and the assorted friends and foes from No Time To Die into its vortex.

At the cold, dead eye of the storm lurks Lyutsifer Safin – a man with a chilling plan that threatens the lives of millions.

Daniel Craig's era as Bond may be coming to a close, but No Time To Die promises to add to an already incredible highlight reel as 007.

The Boss Baby: Family Business

Directed by: Tom McGrath

Cast: James Marsden, Alec Baldwin, Amy Sedaris, Jeff Goldblum, Eva Longoria, Lisa Kudrow

The Boss Baby: Family Business UK release date: 22 October 2021

The Boss Baby siblings Tim (James Marsden) and Ted (Alec Baldwin) are all grown up but have sadly grown apart. Ted’s all about the money while Tim is a committed family man with two daughters – a seven-year-old called Tabitha and a new baby called Tina.

When Tina shocks the bickering brothers by announcing she’s a talking BabyCorp boss baby, too, the pair are in for an incredible adventure. Before you can say ‘googoogaga’ Tim and Ted will become babies again for 48 hours in order to investigate strange goings-on at Tabitha’s school, run by the mysterious Dr Erwin Armstrong (Jeff Goldblum).

Ghostbusters: Afterlife

Directed by: Jason Reitman

Cast: Finn Wolfhard, McKenna Grace, Paul Rudd, Sigourney Weaver, Carrie Coon, Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts

Ghostbusters: Afterlife UK release date: 12 November 2021

Decades after the great Manhattan Crossrip of 1984 (AKA the original Ghostbusters) a hard-up young family retreat to an old family homestead in rural Oklahoma.

But when something strange starts happening in their neighbourhood, siblings Phoebe (Grace McKenna) and Trevor (Finn Wolfhard) discover there was a whole lot more to their Grandad than they ever realised, and that the forgotten Ghostbusters are about to be called on to save the world one more time.

With many of the original ‘busters cast returning to support a new generation, this is going to be bigger and sweeter than the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man.

Top Gun: Maverick

Directed by: Joseph Kosinski

Cast: Tom Cruise, Jennifer Connelly, Val Kilmer, Miles Teller, Jon Hamm, Ed Harris

Top Gun: Maverick UK release date: 19 November 2021

After more than 30 years, Tom Cruise is reprising one of his most iconic roles for another mach-busting blockbuster.

While peers and former rivals like Tom ‘Iceman’ Kazansky (Val Kilmer) have risen up the ranks since graduating from the US Navy’s prestigious Top Gun fighter pilot school, Pete ‘Maverick’ Mitchell has remained in the cockpit as a Captain and a test pilot.

But when a new international threat demands Maverick return to Top Gun as an instructor, he finds himself training the son of his former flying partner.

With tensions running high in the sky and on the ground, can Maverick train his new recruits while dealing with his personal demons?

The biggest films of 2021 continued

28 May 2021 - Cruella (Disney)
28 May 2021 - The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (Warner Bros)
31 May 2021 - A Quiet Place Part II (Paramount)
4 June 2021 - Land (Universal)
4 June 2021 - Dream Horse (Warner Bros)
9 June 2021 - Nobody (Universal)
11 June 2021 - The Father (Lionsgate)
18 June 2021 - In The Heights (Warner Bros)
18 June 2021 - In The Earth (Universal)
18 June 2021 - Monster Hunter (Sony)
18 June 2021 - The Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard (Lionsgate)
25 June 2021 - Fast & Furious 9 (Universal)
25 June 2021 - Supernova (Studiocanal)
2 July 2021 - Freaky (Universal)
2 July 2021 - Another Round (Studiocanal)
2 July 2021 - Voyagers (Universal)
9 July 2021 - Black Widow (Disney)
16 July 2021 - Space Jam: A New Legacy (Warner Bros)
16 July 2021 - The Forever Purge (Universal)
16 July 2021 - The Croods 2: A New Age (Universal)
16 July 2021 - Escape Room 2 (Sony)
23 July 2021 - Hotel Transylvania: Transformania (Sony)
23 July 2021 - Old (Universal)
23 July 2021 - Wrath Of Man (Lionsgate)
30 July 2021 - Spirit Untamed (Universal)
30 July 2021 - Jungle Cruise (Disney)
30 July 2021 - The Suicide Squad (Warner Bros)
6 August 2021 - The Green Knight (Entertainment)
6 August 2021 - Stillwater (eOne)
6 August 2021 - Last Letter From Your Lover (Studiocanal)
6 August 2021 - Minamata (Vertigo)
13 August 2021 - Don't Breathe 2 (Sony)
13 August 2021 - The Paw Patrol Movie (Paramount)
13 August 2021 - Free Guy (Disney)
18 August 2021 - Snake Eyes (Paramount)
20 August 2021 - People Just Do Nothing Movie (Universal)
20 August 2021 - Reminiscence (Warner Bros)
20 August 2021 - The Night House (Disney)
27 August 2021 - Candyman (Universal)
27 August 2021 - The Beatles: Get Back (Disney)
3 September 2021 - Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings (Disney)
3 September 2021 - Malignant (Warner Bros)
10 September 2021 - Infinite (Paramount)
10 September 2021 - Respect (Universal)
15 September 2021 - Venom: Let There Be Carnage (Sony)
17 September 2021 - Dune (Warner Bros)
30 September 2021 - No Time To Die (Universal)
8 October 2021 - Untitled Addams Family Sequel (Universal)
15 October 2021 - Halloween Kills (Universal)
15 October 2021 - The Last Duel (Disney)
22 October 2021 - Jackass (Paramount)
22 October 2021 - The Boss Baby: Family Business (Universal)
22 October 2021 - Dear Evan Hansen (Universal)
22 October 2021 - Ron's Gone Wrong (Disney)
22 October 2021 - The Many Saints Of Newark (Warner Bros)
29 October 2021 - Last Night In Soho (Universal)
5 November 2021 - Eternals (Disney)
12 November 2021 - Ghostbusters: Afterlife (Sony)
12 November 2021 - Belfast (Universal)
19 November 2021 - Top Gun Maverick (Paramount)
19 November 2021 - King Richard (Warner Bros)
26 November 2021 - House Of Gucci (Universal)
26 November 2021 - Encanto (Disney)
3 December 2021 - Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City (Sony)
10 December 2021 - West Side Story (Disney)
17 December 2021 - Spider-Man: No Way Home (Disney)
22 December 2021 - Downton Abbey 2 (Universal)
22 December 2021 - The King's Man (Disney)
22 December 2021 - The Matrix 4 (Warner Bros)
22 December 2021 - Clifford The Big Red Dog (eOne)

And the magic simply goes on and on... With all of these blockbusters and more on the horizon into 2022 and beyond, lovers of cinema are set for years to come.


7 January 2022 - The 355 (Universal)
7 January 2022 - Operation Mincemeat (Disney)
14 January 2022 - Scream (Paramount)
14 January 2022 - Deep Water (Disney)
14 January 2022 - The Man From Toronto (Sony)
21 January 2022 - A Journal From Jordan (Sony)
28 January 2022 - Morbius (Sony)
28 January 2022 - Sing 2 (Universal)
11 February 2022 - Uncharted (Sony)
11 February 2022 - Death On The Nile (Disney)
11 February 2022 - Marry Me (Universal)
18 February 2022 - Rumble (Paramount)
18 February 2022 - Ambulance (Universal)
18 February 2022 - Dog (Entertainment)
4 March 2022 - The Batman (Warner Bros)
25 March 2022 - Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness (Disney)
1 April 2022 - The Bad Guys (Universal)
8 April 2022 - Sonic The Hedgehog 2 (Paramount)
8 April 2022 - The Northman (Universal)
15 April 2022 - The Lost City of D (Paramount)
6 May 2022 - Thor: Love And Thunder (Disney)
13 May 2022 - 65 (Sony)
20 May 2022 - DC Super Pets (Warner Bros)
27 May 2022 - Mission Impossible 7 (Paramount)
27 May 2022 - John Wick: Chapter 4 (Lionsgate)
10 June 2022 - Jurassic World: Dominion (Universal)
1 July 2022 - Minions: The Rise Of Gru (Universal)
8 July 2022 - Black Panther: Wakanda Forever (Disney)
15 July 2022 - Fantastic Beasts 3 (Warner Bros)
7 October 2022 - Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse 2 (Sony)
4 November 2022 - The Flash (Warner Bros)
11 November 2022 - The Marvels (Disney)
16 December 2022 - Avatar 2 (Disney)
16 December 2022 - Aquaman 2 (Warner Bros)

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