Minions 2: The Rise of Gru (July 1)
The second Despicable Me prequel follows a young Gru teaming up with his Minions to become the greatest supervillain in the world.
Thor: Love and Thunder (July 8)
Taika Waititi returns to direct Chris Hemsworth as the Asgardian god, alongside Natalie Portman’s Jane Foster who has become The Mighty Thor. The Guardians of the Galaxy will also feature in the movie.
The Railway Children Return (July 15)
Over 50 years after the original film and Jenny Agutter is back as Bobbie for a story set in the Second World War.
Nope (July 22)
Get Out and Up writer-director Jordan Peele helms his latest mystery horror movie starring Daniel Kaluuya.
Black Adam (July 29)
Dwayne Johnson stars as the DC antihero after 5000 years imprisonment, opposite Pierce Brosnan as Doctor Fate.
The Expendables 4 (TBC)
Sylvester Stallone returns leading a group of elite mercenaries made up of fellow 1980s and1990s action stars. The previous instalments were released in August so here’s hoping the same for the fourth outing.
Mission: Impossible 7 (September 30)
Tom Cruise’s spy Ethan Hunt is back for more insane stunts with director Christopher McQuarrie, while a direct sequel is set for release on July 7, 2023.
Matilda (December 2)
Tim Minchin’s hit musical is getting the movie treatment with Emma Thompson as Miss Trunchbull and Lashana Lynch as Miss Honey.
Avatar 2 (December 16)
James Cameron’s long-awaited first sequel of four to the highest-grossing movie of all time is almost here with Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Stephen Lang and Sigourney Weaver returning.
Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom (December 16)
Following the hugely successful first DC outing, Jason Momoa is back for further underwater solo adventures.
Untitled Super Mario movie (December 21)
Chris Pratt stars as Nintendo’s plumber in a computer-animated adventure co-starring Anya Taylor-Joy, Jack Black and Seth Rogan.
I Wanna Dance With Somebody (December 23)
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’s Naomi Ackie stars in this Whitney Houston biopic.