POLL RESULTS: What’s the Most Anticipated Film of 2020?
POLL RESULTS: What’s essentially the most anticipated movie of 2020?
With a slew of latest movies hitting the large display this 12 months, ComingQuickly.internet requested our readers to tell us their most anticipated movie of 2020, and over 2300 of you responded! Check out the official ballot outcomes beneath!
What’s the Most Anticipated Film of 2020?
1) Dune (18%, 414 votes)
2) Wonder Woman 1984 (13%, 297 votes)
3) Tenet (12%, 292 votes)
4) Ghostbusters: Afterlife (9%, 206 votes)
5) Eternals (6%, 149 votes)
6) No Time to Die (6%, 148 votes)
7) Top Gun: Maverick (6%, 145 votes)
8) Godzilla vs. Kong (5%, 125 votes)
9) Black Widow (4%, 102 votes)
10) Halloween Kills (2%, 58 votes)
Based on our readers votes, it will appear that Warner Bros.’ upcoming remake/adaptation of Frank Herbert’s sci-fi basic Dune would be the huge ticket this 12 months, particularly with no competitors from a Star Wars or Avatar movie. The attraction can solely be attributed to the recognition of the guide, the cult following of David Lynch’s 1984 movie, the assorted TV variations, in addition to the all-star forged and the promising course of Denis Villeneuve (Blade Runner 2049, Arrival).
Wonder Woman 1984, Eternals and Black Widow are all big female-led superhero tentpole movies, whereas Ghostbusters, Top Gun and Halloween all hail from 30+ year-old franchises with devoted followings. The newest Bond and Godzilla/Kong motion pictures symbolize even older franchises, with 007 in its 58th 12 months whereas Godzilla in its 66th and Kong coming into his 87th 12 months on the silver display. Tenet is the primary outlier as the one wholly unique film within the Top Ten, and that may doubtless be attributed to the enduring fanbase for director Christopher Nolan, this technology’s Hitchcock or Spielberg-level helmer.
Here are the remainder of the movies from our ballot…
Bill & Ted Face the Music (2%, 53 votes)
Venom 2 (1%, 32 votes)
Bad Boys for Life (1%, 29 votes)
Fast & Furious (1%, 28 votes)
A Quiet Place: Part II (1%, 26 votes)
Coming 2 America (1%, 25 votes)
Mulan (1%, 23 votes)
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (1%, 21 votes)
Birds of Prey (1%, 15 votes)
Jungle Cruise (1%, 14 votes)
The King’s Man (1%, 13 votes)
In the Heights (1%, 12 votes)
Scoob! (1%, 12 votes)
Snake Eyes (0%, 11 votes)
Last Night in Soho (0%, 10 votes)
The New Mutants (0%, 10 votes)
Sonic the Hedgehog (0%, Eight votes)
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run (0%, Eight votes)
Uncharted (0%, Eight votes)
West Side Story (0%, Eight votes)
Soul (0%, 7 votes)
Free Guy (0%, 7 votes)
Candyman (0%, 6 votes)
Morbius (0%, 6 votes)
The French Dispatch (0%, 5 votes)
The Grudge (0%, 5 votes)
Dolittle (0%, 5 votes)
Bloodshot (0%, 2 votes)
The Invisible Man (0%, 2 votes)
Onward (0%, 2 votes)
Malignant (0%, 1 vote)
The comedian guide style is seeing a brand new milestone as 4 of the extra main variations are being helmed by ladies together with Cathy Yan’s Birds of Prey, Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman 1984, Cate Shortland’s Black Widow and Chloé Zhao’s The Eternals. The style can also lastly see the long-awaited debut of Josh Boone’s The New Mutants alongside the following two installments in Sony’s Marvel Cinematic Universe, Venom 2 and Morbius.
The 12 months may even see quite a few live-action variations of each video video games and a Disney basic with Mulan, Paramount Pictures’ Sonic the Hedgehog, which is seeing renewed curiosity from followers after the newest trailer highlighting the character’s drastic re-design, and Sony Pictures’ Uncharted, which confirmed Tom Holland (Spider-Man: Far From Home) to star earlier this 12 months as a youthful Nathan Drake, Mark Wahlberg (Instant Family) as his associate Sully and Travis Knight (Bumblebee) set to direct.
After demolishing the field workplace this 12 months, Disney will look to maintain its streak going outdoors of the MCU and live-action remakes with a uncommon two Pixar movies in the identical 12 months, Onward and Soul, in addition to a movie adaptation of the basic theme park trip Jungle Cruise. Their family-friendly fare must compete with Warner Bros’ Scoob!, a CGI reboot of the enduring Scooby-Doo franchise, the Robert Downey Jr.-led Dolittle and Paramount Pictures’ The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run.
In addition to comedian guide outings, the motion style will see the long-awaited returns of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence for Bad Boys for Life and Tom Cruise for Top Gun: Maverick, in addition to the highly-anticipated ultimate Daniel Craig James Bond portrayal No Time to Die, the espionage prequel King’s Man, the video-game set Ryan Reynolds-starring Free Guy, the monster blockbuster Godzilla vs. Kong, Christopher Nolan’s mysterious Tenet, Universal Pictures’ Fast & Furious 9, Jason Reitman’s shot at reviving the enduring franchise Ghostbusters: Afterlife and Denis Villeneuve’s Dune adaptation.
The horror style is trying to discover one other spark after a profitable 2019 with A Quiet Place: Part II, Sony’s reboot of The Grudge, the highly-anticipated Invisible Man remake from Leigh Whannell (Upgrade), the Candyman remake starring Yahya Abdul-Mateen II (Watchmen), the third installment within the major Conjuring collection and the following installment within the rebooted Halloween franchise. Even the musical style is ready to make a comeback of kinds this 12 months with the discharge of the movie adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the Heights and Steven Spielberg’s adaptation of West Side Story.