Get ready for everything that's coming in 2020 with our movie release date calendar. With Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe getting underway and Star Wars taking a break until 2022 (as far as films go), 2020 is shaping up to be an interesting time for movies. It's also coming on the heels of a year that saw Avengers: Endgame unseat Avatar as the all-time highest grossing release and Disney secure a firm grip on the box office, save for a handful of smash-hits like Joker and IT Chapter Two.
The Mouse House is in a great position to dominate the 2020 box office as well, but will have to do battle with hotly-anticipated DCEU tentpoles, several buzzed-about horror movies, and even some comic book adaptations that are neither Marvel nor DC-related. And if all that wasn't enough, Daniel Craig will also be taking his long-awaited final bow as James Bond in the months ahead. It goes without saying, but there are a lot of films to keep track of next year - which is where we come in.
Enter Screen Rant's 2020 Movie Release Date Calendar. Obviously, there are going to be changes coming in the months ahead, but (as always) we'll strive to keep this list as up to date as possible.
The Grudge (January 3) - This American reboot of The Grudge franchise follows a detective (Andrea Riseborough) as she investigates a mysterious death.
Underwater (January 10) - Kristen Stewart costars in this sci-fi horror thriller, which revolves around a team of researchers whose subterranean laboratory is damaged by an earthquake.
Like a Boss (January 10) - Tiffany Haddish and Rose Byrne plays best friends-turned business partners whose company is threatened by a bigger competitor in Miguel Arteta's comedy.
The Informer (January 10) - Adapted from the novel Three Seconds, this crime-thriller stars Joel Kinnaman as a reformed convict who goes undercover in prison for the FBI.
My Spy (January 10) - Dave Bautista plays a hard-edged CIA agent who's blackmailed into mentoring a nine-year old girl (and wannabe spy) in this action-comedy.
Dolittle (January 17) - The famous John Dolittle (Robert Downey Jr.) must use his ability to speak to animals to save a gravely ill Queen Victoria in this historical fantasy adventure.
Bad Boys for Life (January 17) - Mike Lowery (Will Smith) and Marcus Burnett (Martin Lawrence) reunite for one last ride in the third entry in the Bad Boys franchise.
The Last Full Measure (January 17) - Vietnam War airman William H. Pitsenbarger, Jr. (Jeremy Irvine) is awarded the nation's highest military honor decades after his death in this war drama.
The Turning (January 24) - Mackenzie Davis plays a nanny who's hired to care for two strange orphans in this 1990s-set re-imagining of Henry James' horror novella, The Turn of the Screw.
The Gentlemen (January 24) - An American expat (Matthew McConaughey) tries to cash out on the lucrative Britain-based marijuana empire he built in Guy Ritchie's latest crime-caper.
Run (January 24) - An isolated teenager (Kiera Allen) comes to suspect her mother (Sarah Paulson) is hiding some dark secrets in the new thriller from Searching director Aneesh Chaganty.
The Rhythm Section (January 31) - Blake Lively plays a woman who becomes an assassin in order to hunt down the people responsible for killing her family in this action-thriller.
Gretel & Hansel (January 31) - This horror-flavored retelling of the Hansel & Gretel fairy tale stars Sophia Lillis as Gretel and Alice Krige as the evil witch who lives out in the forest.
Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (February 7) - Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn joins forces with a group of female superheroes to battle an evil crime lord (Ewan McGregor) in this sequel-spinoff to Suicide Squad.
The King's Man (February 14) - A secret spy organization is formed to battle the worst tyrants and criminal masterminds in history in this prequel to the previous Kingsman movies.
Sonic the Hedgehog (February 14) - Sonic the Hedgehog makes the jump to live-action and battles Dr. Robotnik (Jim Carrey) in this adaptation of the video game franchise.
Fantasy Island (February 14) - This horror-flavored reimagining of the original TV series (which ran from 1977-84) comes from Blumhouse and writer-director Jeff Wadlow (Truth or Dare).
The Photograph (February 14) - A series of love stories from the past and present intertwine in this romantic drama. Issa Rae, Lakeith Stanfield, Chelsea Peretti, and many more star.
Bloodshot (February 21) - Vin Diesel plays a murdered soldier resurrected as a superhero (via nanotechnology) in this big screen adaptation of the Valiant comic book series.
Call of the Wild (February 21) - Harrison Ford, Dan Stevens, and Karen Gillan lend their voices to this animated film adaptation of Jack London's classic 1903 adventure novel.
Emma (February 21) - Anya Taylor-Joy stars as Emma Woodhouse in this romantic period drama inspired by Jane Austen's novel of the same name.
The Invisible Man (February 28) - A woman (Elisabeth Moss) comes to believe her abusive ex-boyfriend faked his death in this reboot of the classic Universal horror franchise.
Wendy (February 28) - Ben Zeitlin's followup to Beasts of the Southern Wild takes place on a mystical island where aging and time no longer function the way they're supposed to.
Bad Trip (February 28) - Eric Andre, Lil Rel Howery, and Tiffany Haddish star in this prank comedy, which follows two friends as they pull unsuspecting real people into the mayhem.
Onward (March 6) - Pixar's animated comedy follows two elf brothers (Chris Pratt and Tom Holland) as they search for magic in their suburban fantasy world, in order to bring their father back for a day.
The Way Back (March 6) - Ben Affleck stars in this drama as a washed-out basketball star and recovering addict who tries to get back on his feet by becoming a high school basketball coach.
First Cow (March 6) - Adapted from Jonathan Raymond's historical novel The Half Life, this drama follows a loner and cook (John Magaro) who travels west and joins a group of fur trappers.
Godzilla vs. Kong (March 13) - The fourth MonsterVerse film overall, this sequel to Godzilla: King of the Monsters pits Godzilla against King Kong, the protector of Skull Island.
A Quiet Place: Part II (March 20) - John Krasinski's sequel continues to explore life in a world overrun by deadly extraterrestrial monsters that are blind, yet extremely sensitive to sound.
I Still Believe (March 20) - Singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp (KJ Apa) meets and falls in his love with his first wife shortly before she's diagnosed with terminal cancer in this biographical drama.
Mulan (March 27) - Disney's live-action remake of its 1998 animated film revisits the ancient legend of Hua Mulan (Liu Yifei), a young woman who takes her ailing father's place in China's army.
Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway (April 3) - Peter (James Corden) wanders off to prove he's as badly behaved as he claims in this sequel to the 2018 live-action/CGI adaptation of Beatrix Potter's stories.
New Mutants (April 3) - Disney-Fox's long delayed adaptation of the X-Men spinoff comic book series follows a group of young mutants who're imprisoned in a secret facility against their will.
Fatherhood (April 3) - A newly-minted father (Kevin Hart) must raise his daughter after his wife's sudden death in this dramedy based on Matthew Logelin's memoir, Two Kisses for Maddy.
The Lovebirds (April 3) - Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae play a couple on the verge of breaking up when they find themselves caught up in a bizarre murder mystery in this romantic comedy.
No Time to Die (April 8) - James Bond (Daniel Craig) comes out of retirement to help rescue a kidnapped scientist. This will mark Daniel Craig's fifth and supposedly final time playing Bond.
Rise (April 10) - Sterling K. Brown stars in this true story-based drama, which revolves around a janitor who coaches a middle school basketball team and ends up taking them to the championship.
Antlers (April 17) - Keri Russell and Jesse Plemons star in this Guillermo del Toro-produced horror film about a small-town teacher who discovers one of her students has a terrifying secret.
Monster Problems (April 17) - Dylan O'Brien plays a young man who has to battle monsters on his journey to meet the girl he loves in this post-apocalyptic action comedy.
Trolls World Tour (April 17) - Poppy (Anna Kendrick) and Branch (Justin Timberlake) must stop the rock-obsessed Queen Barb (Rachel Bloom) from destroying all other kinds of music in this animated sequel.
The Secret Garden (April 17) - Mary Lennox (Dixie Egerickx) uncovers the secrets of her isolated uncle's (Colin Firth) estate in this fantasy re-imagining of Frances Hodgson Burnett's classic novel.
Black Widow (May 1) - Scarlett Johansson's Natasha Romanoff confronts her past in her long-awaited solo adventure, which takes place after Captain America: Civil War, but before Avengers: Infinity War.
Greyhound (May 8) - Tom Hanks plays a career officer who's finally given command of a destroyer, the USS Greyhound, during WWII in this adaptation of C.S. Forester's nautical book, The Good Shepherd.
Legally Blonde 3 (May 8) - Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) is back for the third entry in the Legally Blonde comedy franchise. Plot details are unknown at the time of writing.
Scoob! (May 15) - Scooby-Doo and the Mystery gang set out to solve their latest crime in this computer-animated reboot of the traditionally 2D animated Hanna-Barbera property.
The Woman in the Window (May 15) - An agoraphobic child's psychologist (Amy Adams) believes she may've witnessed a murder in Joe Wright's adaptation of the mystery-thriller novel by A. J. Finn.
Saw 9/The Organ Donor (May 15) - Chris Rock co-wrote and stars as a detective investigating a series of grisly crimes in this continuation of the Saw horror movie franchise.
Fast & Furious 9 (May 22) - Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his extended family are back for another adventure in the ninth mainline installment in the Fast & Furious movie series.
The SpongeBob Movie: It's a Wonderful Sponge (May 22) - The third SpongeBob feature film overall takes place prior to the events of the original SpongeBob Squarepants cartoon TV show.
Artemis Fowl (May 29) - Kenneth Branagh's live-action adaptation of Eoin Colfer's novels follows the adventures of Artemis Fowl (Ferdia Shaw), a 12-year old genius descended from a long line of criminal masterminds.
Wonder Woman 1984 (June 5) - Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) battles the Soviet Union and a formidable new foe known as Cheetah (Kristen Wiig) in this '80s-set sequel to the first Wonder Woman movie.
Candyman (June 12) - Jordan Peele co-wrote this film, which is described as a spiritual sequel to the previous entries in the Candyman slasher horror franchise. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II and Teyonah Parris star.
Soul (June 19) - The soul of a middle school music teacher (Jamie Foxx) who dreams of being a jazz musician is accidentally separated from his body and sent to "soul school" in this animated Pixar comedy.
Staten Island (June 19) - Judd Apatow directs Pete Davidson in this comedy-drama, which is loosely based on the events of Davidson's real-life upbringing.
Top Gun: Maverick (June 26) - Pete "Maverick" Mitchell (Tom Cruise) trains a new generation of hotshot pilots in Joseph Kosinski's sequel to the late Tony Scott's hit 1986 naval action-drama.
In the Heights (June 26) - Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes' hit stage musical makes the jump to the big screen, with Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians) calling the shots.
Minions: The Rise of Gru (July 3) - This sequel to the original Minions spinoff explores how the tiny yellow creatures came to work for their tyrannical leader and criminal mastermind, Gru.
Free Guy (July 3) - Ryan Reynolds plays a bank teller who realizes he's really a background character in an open world video game that's about to go offline in this sci-fi action-comedy.
Ghostbusters 2020 (July 10) - Jason Reitman directs this direct followup to the 1984 Ghostbusters and its sequel, which revolves around a group of youngsters who restart the ghost-busting business.
The Purge 5 (July 10) - This will be the fifth and final entry in The Purge horror movie franchise. Plot details are unavailable right now, but Purge creator James DeMonaco is once again writing the script.
Tenet (July 17) - Christopher Nolan's latest original action-thriller stars John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, and Elizabeth Debicki, and is reported to have a sci-fi twist similar to Inception's.
Bob's Burgers: The Movie (July 17) - The big screen continuation of Fox's popular animated sitcom is described as being a musical comedy based around Louise and her fantasy world.
Jungle Cruise (July 24) - A riverboat captain (Dwayne Johnson) and scientist (Emily Blunt) team up to find a mythical tree in the Amazon jungle in this big screen adaptation of the Disney park ride.
Morbius (July 31) - Scientist Michael Morbius (Jared Leto) inadvertently transforms himself into a being with vampire-like abilities in this adaptation of the Spider-Man comic book antihero.
Infinite (August 7) - Mark Wahlberg plays a regular man who comes to realize he has memories of his past lives in this sci-fi thriller based on D. Eric Maikranz's novel, The Reincarnationist Papers.
The Empty Man (August 7) - A traumatized an ex-police officer turned investigator (James Badge Dale) pursues a missing girl in this supernatural horror-thriller based on the Boom! Studios graphic novel.
Malignant (August 14) - James Wan co-wrote and directed this original horror film, which is described as being a murder-mystery in the tradition of the 2oth century Italian Giallo genre.
The One and Only Ivan (August 14) - A gorilla named Ivan (Sam Rockwell) who lives in a cage at a mall tries to improve his fellow animals' quality of life in Disney's adaptation of the K.A. Applegate novel.
Nobody (August 14) - A bystander who helps a woman being harassed by a group of men is subsequently targeted by a vengeful drug lord in this thriller from John Wick franchise writer Derek Kolstad.
Escape Room 2 (August 14) - The sequel to 2019's survival thriller Escape Room reveals more about the sinister Minos organization and the mysterious Puzzle Maker responsible for designing its deadly "games".
Respect (August 14) - Jennifer Hudson portrays iconic singer Aretha Franklin in this biographical drama. Mary J. Blige, Forest Whitaker, Audra McDonald, and Marlon Wayans are among the film's costars.
Bill & Ted Face the Music (August 21) - The now middle-aged Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Keanu Reeves) struggle to finally write the song that will bring peace to earth and the universe in this comedy sequel.
Monster Hunter (September 4) - Milla Jovovich stars as the captain of a UN military team tasked with battling monsters from an alternate world in this adaptation of the action-thriller video game franchise.
The Conjuring 3 (September 11) - Paranormal investigators Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) battle another demonic threat in the third mainline entry in The Conjuring horror movie property.
The Mitchells vs. the Machines (September 18) - The Mitchell family's road trip is interrupted by a technological uprising that threatens all of humankind in this Sony Pictures animated comedy.
Without Remorse (September 18) - A Navy SEAL (Michael B. Jordan) sets out to avenger his wife's murder only to stumble upon an even bigger conspiracy in this adaptation of Tom Clancy's action novel.
The Many Saints of Newark (September 25) - This prequel film to HBO's The Sopranos features a young Tony Soprano (Michael Gandolfini) and unfolds against the backdrop of the Newark riots in 1960s New Jersey.
Last Night in Soho (September 25) - Edgar Wright co-wrote and directed this original, Soho-based psychological thriller. Anya Taylor-Joy, Matt Smith, Thomasin McKenzie, and more star in the film.
Praise This (September 25) - Young choirs face off with one another in a music competition in this musical film, which is being directed by Tina Gordon (Peeples, Little).
Untitled Sony-Marvel Film (October 2) - This is heavily rumored to be Venom 2 (once again starring Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock), but Sony has yet to confirm this news.
The Trial of the Chicago 7 (October 2) - Aaron Sorkin directs this drama about the real-life trial connected to the countercultural protests at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.
BIOS (October 2) - Tom Hanks stars in this sci-fi drama about an ailing inventor - and, seemingly, the last human alive on earth - who constructs an android to keep him and his dog company.
Death on the Nile (October 9) - Hercule Poirot (Kenneth Branagh) must unravel a murder mystery aboard a steamer on the Nile river in this quasi-sequel to 2017's Murder on the Orient Express adaptation.
Fatale (October 9) - Michael Ealy plays a married man who is tricked into becoming part of a murder scheme by a seductive female police detective (Hilary Swank) in this crime-thriller.
The Witches (October 9) - Robert Zemeckis directs this new adaptation of Roald Dahl's dark fantasy novel about a boy, his grandmother, and their battle with the Grand High Witch and her followers.
Halloween Kills (October 16) - Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) and her family must battle Michael Myers yet again in this sequel to Blumhouse's 2018 quasi-sequel/reboot of the Halloween slasher franchise.
Snake Eyes (October 16) - This G.I. Joe movie spinoff explores the origins of Snake Eyes (Henry Golding). Ido Uwais, Andrew Koji, Samara Weaving, and Úrsula Corberó costar in key roles.
Everybody's Talking About Jamie (October 23) - Max Harwood, Richard E. Grant, and more star in this adaptation of the hit stage musical about a teenager from Sheffield, England who wants to be a drag queen.
Eternals (November 6) - Chloé Zhao directs this MCU film about a race of semi-immortal beings (played by Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, and more) who protect humanity from their evil counterparts, the Deviants.
Vivo (November 6) - Sony's animated musical features original songs by Lin-Manuel Miranda and follows the adventures of a monkey who dreams of traveling from Havana to Miami.
Ron's Gone Wrong (November 6) - Set in a world where digitally-connected bots are now children's best friends, this Fox-animated comedy revolves around an 11-year old boy who finds his robot buddy doesn't quite work.
Stillwater (November 6) - Tom McCarthy cowrote and directs this drama about a father (Matt Damon) who travels from Oklahoma to France to help his daughter (Abigail Breslin) when she's arrested for murder.
Clifford the Big Red Dog (November 13) - A young girl is shocked when her beloved puppy Clifford grows up to be an enormous dog in this film adaptation of the beloved children's book series.
Happiest Season (November 20) - Clea DuVall directs this romantic dramedy about a young woman who plans to propose to her girlfriend, but discovers she hasn't come out to her conversation parents yet.
Samaritan (November 20) - Sylvester Stallone stars in this fantasy movie about a young boy who discovers a long-missing superhero may still be alive, years after he fought in an epic battle.
Raya and the Last Dragon (November 25) - Disney's animated adventure follows Raya (Cassie Steele), a lone warrior from the fantasy kingdom of Kumandra who sets out to find the Last Dragon (Awkwafina).
King Richard (November 25) - Will Smith stars in this biographical drama as Richard Williams, the father and coach of superstar tennis players Venus and Serena Williams.
Dune (December 18) - Denis Villeneuve directs this big screen adaptation of Frank Herbert's seminal sci-fi novel, with Timothée Chalamet starring opposite a big name ensemble as protagonist Paul Atreides.
Coming 2 America (December 18) - Zamunda Prince-turned King Akeem Joffer (Eddie Murphy) discovers he has a son in America he never knew about in this sequel to the hit 1988 comedy film.
Uncharted (December 18) - Tom Holland plays a younger version of treasure hunter Nathan Drake in this big screen adaptation of the popular Uncharted action-adventure video game series.
West Side Story (December 18) - Steven Spielberg directs this new cinematic version of the classic stage musical about rival street gangs (The Jets and Sharks) in 1950s New York City.
The Croods 2 (December 23) - Prehistoric cave family The Croods are back for another adventure in this sequel to the animated DreamWorks movie featuring Emma Stone, Nicolas Cage, and Ryan Reynolds.
Tom & Jerry (December 23) - Classic animated characters Tom & Jerry are brought into the real world in this live-action/animation hybrid. Chloë Grace Moretz costars as the film's human lead.
News of the World (December 25) - Paul Greengrass directs this adaptation of Paulette Jiles' book about a traveling newsreader (Tom Hanks) tasked with bringing an orphaned girl to her relatives in the wake of the U.S. Civil War.