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What movies are coming out in the next 10 years? – Tap to know

by Ratan Srivastava

These are the top ten movies that will be released in the next ten years. We just get a glimpse of what’s to follow, and there’s enough to anticipate! We’ll be looking at the top 10 most anticipated movies of the next ten years for this list, which will be released between 2020 and 2029. Movies should be in the developing stage, not merely reported or “being talked” to be eligible. There are the top ten most anticipated films of the coming decade, ranging “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” to “Ghostbusters: Afterlife” to the “Avatar” sequels.

We just get a glimpse of what’s to come, and there’s enough to anticipate!

9: Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2021)

Phase three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe has officially ended well with the premiere of “Endgame” as well as “Spider-Man: Far From Home.” Nonetheless, the tale isn’t done yet, and that we’re looking forward to seeing the MCU heads next. “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” and “The Eternals” feel the newest and thrilling of the movies revealed thus far. We’re obviously relieved that now the Spidey threequel will remain within the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The “Doctor Strange” sequel, on the other hand, is towards the top of our MCU anticipation list. Having “multiverse” inside the name, director Scott Derrickson has vowed to spice things up by integrating horror themes, and so this picture is ready to possibly extend the MCU in big ways.

8: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 (2021)

We attempted to fit as many MCU flicks as possible within one entry, but there’s only so something we can do. The Marvel Cinematic Universe has done a lot of things right, but maybe no single accomplishment has been more shocking than “The Guardians of the Galaxy,” a b-list squad of relative unknown factors who have become household stars. That’s owing in large part to James Gunn’s unique aesthetic. Following the uproar over his previous comments, the filmmaker was fired by Disney, and it appeared that his intended trilogy would’ve been finished by others. Thankfully, Gunn has returned, and the public seemed to believe that the wait was well well it.

7: Avatar sequels

These movies might have likely been rated considerably higher if we had made this list, say, five years ago. However, ever since the landmark 2009 movie’s debut, the sequels have been pushed back to the original point that the delays have become somewhat of a joke. But, hey, at least we’re receiving four sequels rather than the two initially announced, so there’s that! Whenever the original “Avatar” was released, this was revolutionary, and it appears that these delays have indeed been driven by perfectionism, not just in terms of world-building, but in terms of creating new technology to make subsequent movies as revolutionary.

6: Halloween Kills (2020) & Halloween Ends (2021)

Horror films have a horrible knack of resurrecting from the dead. The longer they run, the more jumbled they get, and reboots of these franchises frequently feel like empty cash grabs. Fans were given reason to think, however, with 2018’s “Halloween,” that horror legends may be resurrected with the proper creative team. The film obliterates the whole “Halloween” movie franchise’s history, instead of serving as a direct sequel to the original 1978 picture. It was a big hit with reviewers and fans alike, not just at the box office. This retconned “Halloween” trilogy might establish a new benchmark for the horror genre, with Jamie Lee Curtis returning for two sequels.

5: Mission: Impossible 7 & 8 (2021-22)

What about “Mission: Impossible” when it comes to franchises that were given a fresh lease of life? The original movie’s stealth, as well as espionage aspects, have been abandoned, as well as the series has evolved into one of the most exciting action franchises in modern cinema. Star Tom Cruise is already in his late fifties, yet he exhibits no indications of slowing down… or, to be honest, very little symptoms of ageing. As a result of the success of “Rogue Nation” and “Fallout,” he and director Christopher McQuarrie have decided to send Ethan Hunt on two more apparently impossible huge screen assignments. We have faith in the McQuarrie-Cruise collaboration because these two have an established track record.

4: Ghostbusters: Afterlife (2020)

The most recent relaunch of the Ghostbusters franchise was… What’s more, guess what? We’re not going to talk about it! Despite a common call for more unique storylines from moviegoers, this is one sequel that’s simple to get enthusiastic about. For starters, it’ll resurrect all of the original cast’s surviving actors, featuring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, and Sigourney Weaver – in their original roles, no less. Up-and-comers Finn Wolfhard and Mckenna Grace will play the major parts, with Paul Rudd and Carrie Coon providing support.

3: Aquaman 2 (2022)

With all this and “Wonder Woman 1984,” it appears that DC is taking a long time with sequels. But, hey, if they do get it perfect, it’ll be worth waiting! 2018’s “Aquaman” prioritised crafting its very own cohesive storey above any form of a link to a common cinematic world, much the same as “Wonder Woman” before it. Despite the movie’s poor dialogue and narrative, it was still a lot more fun, and Jason Momoa IS Aquaman. We don’t know enough about the sequel, but Momoa has indeed been actively involved in presenting ideas for that too and based on how we’ve heard so far, it appears that they’re going to go a little bigger than that of the original.

2: Thor: Love and Thunder (2021)

Thor has gone through a lot in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His standalone films are usually regarded as being among the franchise’s lesser instalments. He’s also lost a leg, both his parents, his sibling, as well as his homeworld, as well as PTSD and depression-related excess weight. Who’s smiling now, though? He’s really the first Avenger to receive a fourth standalone movie, so who’s smiling now? Director Taika Waititi returned to elevate the God of Thunder to greater levels after assisting him in reaching his maximum potential in “Ragnarok.” This time, it’ll be via educating him to contribute! Both Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman will reportedly wield the power of Thunder, and we absolutely can not wait to see how it all plays out.

1: The Batman (2021)

If you want to earn a billion dollars just at the movie office, this is the film for you. You wouldn’t need an interwoven universe… just good movies that can stand alone. With the triumph of “Joker,” it’s possible that DC will get it. “The Batman” is resetting the series, although some may wish that Warner Bros. would make Bruce Wayne a break, the possibilities of this picture is enormous. With “Planet of the Apes” director Matt Reeves at the helm, and him allegedly focusing on Batman’s status as the World’s Greatest Detective, we appear to be set for a new take just on character, perhaps a trilogy to match Christopher Nolan’s.

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