The Only Big Movies Left That Still May Come Out In 2020
A new decade is upon us, and Hollywood’s major studios have lined up a slew of projects to compete for your filmgoing dollar. Some of the upcoming releases on the calendar are highly anticipated sequels, but that isn’t all we’re expecting to see.
Even though the initial teaser arrived way back in December 2019, we still know very little about the plot of Christopher Nolan’s upcoming action epic Tenet, which is slated for release on August 12, 2020. Of course, that date has changed a few times already, and may yet change again due to the coronavirus pandemic.
We do know that it’s an expensive production, with the budget reportedly clocking in at about $225 million. On top of that, the sci-fi thriller was filmed with IMAX cameras, so expect big things literally.
The film stars John David Washington, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, and Robert Pattinson, among others. Pattinson told USA Today in April 2019 that he had been sworn to secrecy regarding the details of Tenet’s plot. The actor was fond of the script, however, and said Nolan changed his mind about doing big budget movies, explaining:
“I’ve been a little wary of doing big movies for years and years, but there’s just something about Chris Nolan’s stuff. He seems like the only director now who can do what is essentially a very personal, independent movie that has huge scale. I read the script and it’s unreal.”
New life was breathed into the zombie genre in 2016 with Train to Busan, a Korean horror film written and directed by Yeon Sang-ho that followed a group of passengers trapped on a train as a zombie virus spread quickly through its cars. The film is action-packed, funny, and terrifying all at once, with fully realized characters and a simple yet well-executed story. It garnered a slew of award wins and nominations and is generally regarded as one of the best zombie films of recent years. Keep watching the video to see the only big movies left that still may come out in 2020.