If you needed someone to direct the movie version you’d probably go for David Cronenberg. We’re optimistic that 2021 will have more of an upbeat, Ron Howard-ish hue to it when it comes to cinemas and the movies that will hopefully fill them.
Howard doesn’t have a film out next year, but there are exciting new offerings from some all-time greats. There’s a lot to look forward to – including plenty of buzzy Netflix movies. Of course, there’s a ton of exciting, so-far-undated movies postponed from quarantine-hit 2020 to keep an eye out for too. Get ready to go big again.
Release dates are correct at the time of writing.
Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry
Not many people get the fly-on-the-wall documentary treatment aged 17, but then with five Grammys, two MTV Video Music Awards, 40 million single sales and a James Bond theme behind her, Billie Eilish is not many people. The September Issue director RJ Cutler follows her on tour, in the studio with her brother and writer-producer, Finneas O’Connell, and at home, in an intimate portrait of a musical prodigy that will have a bajillion fans scrambling for their remotes in February.
Out Feb 26 on Apple TV+.
No Time to Die
He’s rejoined by just about the entire cast of Spectre, including Christoph Waltz’s Blofeld and Lea Seydoux’s psychiatrist Swann, for what promises to be a globe-spanning blowout in the best Bond tradition. True Detective mastermind Cary Fukunaga takes the reins. The release date has moved around more than a Spectre HQ complex but anticipation levels remain feverish.
Out Apr 2 in cinemas. ดูหนังออนไลน์