The Most Anticipated Movies Still to Come in 2021

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The Addams Family 2
> Anticipated: In Theaters on Friday, Oct. 1

America’s creepiest and kookiest family embarks on an event-filled road trip in this computer-animated sequel. Oscar Isaac, Charlize Theron, ChloĆ« Grace Moretz, Nick Kroll, Snoop Dogg, Bill Hader, and Bette Midler all lend their voices.

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Hotel Transylvania: Transformania
> Anticipated: In Theaters on Friday, Oct. 1

The fourth (and supposedly final) installment of the “Hotel Transylvania” franchise replaces Adam Sandler with Brian Hull as the voice of Dracula. Thanks to Van Helsing’s latest invention, Drac and his monster pals suddenly take on human form.

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No Time to Die
> Anticipated: In Theaters on Friday, Oct. 8

The 25th official Bond movie overcame a series of production setbacks and delays before arriving at its current release date. Daniel Craig delivers his final performance as the iconic spy, who comes out of retirement to take on a maniacal villain.

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Halloween Kills
> Anticipated: In Theaters on Friday, Oct. 15

The recent “Halloween” reboot was a massive success, meaning that this follow-up was more or less inevitable. Director David Gordon Green returns and so too does original scream queen Jamie Lee Curtis, squaring off against serial killer Michael Myers once again. Everything will come to a violent conclusion in the upcoming 2022 film “Halloween Ends.”

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The Last Duel
> Anticipated: In Theaters on Friday, Oct. 15

Ben Affleck, Matt Damon, and indie filmmaker Nicole Holofcener co-wrote the screenplay for this historical drama from director Ridley Scott. It takes place in 14th-century France and builds toward a deadly duel between a knight (Damon) and his squire (Adam Driver).