Upcoming movies: These are the most exciting new films coming in 2021 and beyond

 From House of Gucci to Spider-Man, here are the best upcoming movies

One thing's for sure – there's no shortage of upcoming movies to get excited about over the next few months. There are plenty of major blockbusters on the way, from Spider-Man: No Way Home to The Matrix Resurrections, as well as additions to the Scream, Jurassic World, and Top Gun franchises coming next year. If that's not enough to get you back to the cinema, we don't know what is. 

It's not all about the big screen though – you can also head over to Netflix to see the latest movie from Oscar-winning director Jane Campion, The Power of the Dog, and Don't Look Up starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence. The new Matrix movie is premiering simultaneously in theaters and on HBO Max, too. So for all that and much more, scroll on to discover our picks of the best upcoming movies arriving on the big (and small) screen in 2021 and beyond. 

The Power of the Dog

Oscar-winning director Jane Campion's latest movie is set on a Montana cattle ranch in the '20s where a young widow (Kirsten Dunst) and her son (Kodi Smit-McPhee) come to live with her new husband, George (Jesse Plemons). However, things are complicated by the presence of George's brother Phil (Benedict Cumberbatch) and his erratic, potentially violent behavior. The Power of the Dog is also getting a Netflix release on December 1

House of Gucci

You know the family name, now learn about the scandals behind one of the most famous fashion houses in the world. Spanning three decades, the movie follows the Gucci family with a particular focus on Maurizio (Adam Driver), Gucci founder Guccio Gucci's grandson, and his wife Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga), who was convicted of organizing Maurizio's murder after the couple divorced. ridley Scott directs this one, which, like his other movie The Last Duel, promises to be another awards contender

West Side Story

Release date: December 10, 2021

There aren’t many genres Steven Spielberg hasn’t tackled over the course of his long and impressive career, but the musical is one of them. He’s about to change all that with this new take on West Side Story, but seeing as Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins’ 1961 Oscar-winner is widely regarded as one of the best song-and-dance flicks of all time, the director certainly isn’t taking the easy option.

Famously an update of Romeo And Juliet, the story focuses on a doomed romance against the backdrop of gang war between the Jets and the Sharks in 1950s New York. 

Spider-Man: No Way Home

Release date: December 15 (UK), December 17 (US), 2021

The third installment of the Tom Holland-fronted Spidey franchise, titled Spider-Man: No Way Home, may see the return of a few familiar faces – multiverse rumors have been brewing for a while now, with Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and Kirsten Dunst reportedly reprising their roles from previous Spider-verses. We know we can also expect appearances from Doctor Octopus and J. Jonah Jameson, too. Other than that, everything is still pretty up in the air, plot-wise, but we’ve got high hopes for Spider-Man 3.

The Matrix Resurrections

Release date: December 22, 2021 (HBO Max + theaters)

After months of rumors, it was finally confirmed that The Matrix 4 is actually happening. Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss are back as Neo and Trinity, while Lana Wachowski returns as director. New cast members include Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Neil Patrick Harris, and Jessica Henwick, though none of their roles have been specified. Actually, not much else has been specified at all. We know very, very little about The Matrix 4, but it's worth noting that Aleksandar Hemon – author of The Lazarus Project – and David Mitchell, who wrote the book Cloud Atlas, are both on board as co-screenwriters with Wachowski. Now, if that's not the recipe for some deep, action-packed philosophical conundrums then we don't know what is.


Release date: January 14, 2022

Ghostface is back. Set 25 years after the original murders, someone new has donned the infamous white mask and targets a group of teenagers in an attempt to bring old secrets to light. The horror franchise's fifth installment sees Scream alumni David Arquette, Courtney Cox, and Neve Campbell reprise their roles from previous films, while Melissa Barrera, Jack Quaid, Kyle Gallner, and Dylan Minnette have also joined the cast. 

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