'Without Remorse' - April 30
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Michael B. Jordan is stepping into the world of Tom Clancy, taking on the role of U.S. Navy SEAL John Clark in "Without Remorse".
Based on the spin-off novels from the Jack Ryan series, "Without Remorse" takes Clark on a mission to take down the corrupt Russian diplomat responsible for the murder of his wife.
Wrath of Man - May 7
Jason Statham is re-teaming with director Guy Ritchie for the first time since 2005's "Revolver", playing a mysterious cash truck worker who goes on a revenge spree, hunting down the people behind the murder of his son.
'Spiral: From The Book Of Saw' - May 14
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Chris Rock is heading the new revival of the popular "Saw" franchise with the new ninth instalment, "Spiral: From the Book of Saw".
Rock plays detective Ezekial "Zeke" Banks, who is on the case of a series of girsly murders very reminiscent of a past string of killings, pulling him into the killer's twisted game.
Samuel L. Jackson plays Rock's father in the film, which also stars Max Minghella and Marisol Nichols.
'Army of the Dead' - May 21
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Director Zack Snyder finally brings the long-awaited follow-up to his 2004 remake of "Dawn of the Dead", with the new zombie heist movie "Army of the Dead".
Dave Bautista, Ella Purnell, Omari Hardwick, Tig Notaro and more star as a team of mercenaries sent to Las Vegas during a zombie outbreak to pull off a massive heist as a Vegas casino.
'Cruella' - May 28
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Oscar-winner Emma Stone takes on the role of one of themes iconic Disney villains of all time in "Cruella".
The origin story gives Cruella de Vil a punk rock edge as she takes on the world of high fashion and squares off against the head of a prestigious fashion house played by Emma Thompson.
The film also stars Joel Fry, Paul Walter Hauser, Emily Beecham, Mark Strong and more.
'A Quiet Place Part II' - May 28
The follow-up to the surprise hit horror movie, "A Quiet Place Part II" brings back Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe as a family trying to survive in a post-apocalyptic world taken over by blind monsters with incredible hearing abilities.
Joining the cast of direct John Krasinski's sequel are Cillian Murphy and Djimon Hounsou.
'In the Heights' - June 11
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Lin-Manuel Miranda's original Broadway hit "In the Heights" is coming to the big screen in a musical extravaganza.
Anthony Ramos stars in the film about three days in the life of the vibrant Washington Heights neighbourhood of New York City.
The film also stars Miranda, Corey Hawkins, Leslie Grace, Stephanie Beatriz, Jimmy Smits, Marc Anthony and more.
'Luca' - June 18
Get ready to take a summer vacation with Pixar in the new animated film "Luca" about two best friends in Italy who are both hiding a secret: they're sea monsters from a world hiding beneath the surface of the sea.
Jacob Tremblay, Jack Dylan Grazer, Maya Rudolph, Jim Gaffigan and more lend their voices to the film.
'F9: The Fast Saga' - June 25
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The "Fast & Furious" franchise is kicking things into high gear once again in the latest installment "F9: The Fast Saga".
Joining the franchise is John Cena, playing Jakob Toretto, who has a vendetta against big brother Dom, played by Vin Diesel.
The trailers promise all the absurd action one could hope for from the franchise, along with the return of fan-favourite character Han, played by Sung Kang.
Also back are Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson, Ludacris, Jordana Brewster, Nathalie Emmanuel, Helen Mirren and Charlize Theron.
'Black Widow' - July 9
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Scarlett Johnasson's Natasha Romanoff finally gets her own standalone film with Marvel's "Black Widow".
In the film, Natasha is forced to confront her past, which means reconnecting with her adoptive family, including her sister, played by Florence Pugh, and her mother and father played by Rachel Weisz and David Harbour.
'Space Jam: A New Legacy' - July 16
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25 years after Michael Jordan went Looney, the "Space Jam" franchise is back with "Space Jam: A New Legacy", starring NBA icon LeBron James.
In the new film, James, playing himself, finds himself and his son Dom trapped in a virtual reality space populated by characters from Warner Bros. history, including Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes.
James must lead a team of toons to basketball victory over the Goon Squad to save is son and there world.
Zola - June 30
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One of the most hotly out of the Sundance Film Festival in 2020 is this wild, true-life drama directed by Janicza Bravo, based on a series of tweets by former waitress Aziah "Zola" King.
The film tells the story of the cross-country road trip Zola took with a sex worker named Stefani, taking her to some extremely unexpected places.
Taylour Paige plays Zola, with Riley Keough as Stefani, as well as actors Nicholas Braun, Colman Domingo and more.
'Old' - July 23
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M. Night Shyamalan returns to the movies with the new supernatural horror-thriller "Old".
Gael García Bernal and Vicky Krieps star in the film about a family who go on a tropical holiday only to discover the isolated beach they've gone to is causing them to age their entire lives in a single day.
'The Suicide Squad' - Aug. 6
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DC Films goes the soft-reboot route with the new standalone sequel "The Suicide Squad", which brings back Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn and the team of irreverent bad guys working to take down an even badder baddie.
With "Guardians fo the Galaxy" director James Gunn taking over the franchise, the new film also brings back Joel Kinnaman, Viola Davis and Jai Courtney, along with newcomers Idris Elba, John Cena, Sylverster Stallone and more.
'Respect' - Aug. 13
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Jennifer Hudson brings her acting and vocal talents to the role of a lifetime, playing the legendary Aretha Franklin in the biographical drama "Respect".
Forest Whitaker, Marlon Wayans, Audra McDonald, Marc Maron and more also star.
'Candyman' - Aug. 27
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The classic '90s horror film "Candyman" gets a modern remake thanks to director Nia DoCosta and co-writer and producer Jordan Peele.
In the movie, the residents of the newly gentrified neighbourhood of Cabrini Green in Chicago find themselves the terrorized by the legendary supernatural killer the Candyman.
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Teyonah Parris and more star.
'Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings' - Sept. 3
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Closing out the summer, right before Labour Day, is the highly-anticipated Marvel blockbuster "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings".
Canada's own Simu Liu of "Kim's Convenience" steps into the superheroic role of Shang Chi, a martial artist trained as an assassin by his father, who gets drawn into the world of the Ten Rings organization and must confront his complicated past.
The film also stars Awkwafina, Tony Leung, Michelle Yeoh and more.