The Most Anticipated Movies Still to Come in 2021

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Ron’s Gone Wrong
> Anticipated: Expected in Theaters in October 2021

A walking, talking robot named Ron has gone wrong in this computer-animated comedy about the digital age. Adorable in spite of his malfunctions, Ron and his best human friend embark on a coming-of-age adventure.

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> Anticipated: In Theaters on Friday, Nov. 5

Marvel Studios is making up for lost time with their third feature film of the year and their 26th overall. It follows the events of “Avengers: Endgame” and tells the story of a secret alien race, who come out of hiding to protect mankind.

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Ghostbusters: Afterlife
> Anticipated: In Theaters on Thursday, Nov. 11

The original “Ghostbusters” was both a smash hit and a cultural benchmark, making the mediocre movies that followed all the more disappointing. This modern sequel hopes to right the course with a new story featuring appearances by stars of the original version. It follows a single mom (Carrie Coon) and her son to a small town, where a series of supernatural events lead directly back to the ghostbusters.

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Red Notice
> Anticipated: Premieres on Netflix on Friday, Nov. 12

Arriving on Netflix, this international thriller puts the world’s greatest tracker (Dwayne Johnson) on the trail of the world’s greatest art thief (Gal Gadot). When the world’s greatest con artist (Ryan Reynolds) enters the picture, things get complicated.

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Top Gun: Maverick
> Anticipated: In Theaters on Friday, Nov. 19

With three decades of fearless flying under his belt, Captain Pete “Maverick” Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is still pushing boundaries in this long-awaited sequel. Delayed more than once, it will finally hit theaters on Nov. 19th and then stream on the Paramount+ network 45 days later.