The terrifying new trailer has just been released
One of the things we missed the most during lockdown, was the ability to go the cinema and catch up on the latest film releases.
Whether with friends, a cinema trip with your partner or some valuable solo time, there's nothing quite like losing yourself in a film, in the dark, snacks in hand and nowhere to be. Which is why the reopening of cinemas this summer was such a welcome return after lockdown.
Sadly with coronavirus cases rising and a second wave looking imminent worldwide, producers of the latest Bond instalment, No Time To Die, have decided to once again push back it's global release date to spring next year, meaning Cineworld and Picturehouse cinema nationwide have decided to close temporarily, due to the subsequent financial losses.
The trailer for Jodie Comer's exciting Hollywood blockbuster Free Guy (co-starring Ryan Reynolds) dropped last week and is scheduled for release at the end of this year - along with the second instalment of the Poirot reboot starring Kenneth Branagh, Death On The Nile, and Anne Hathaway's chilling portrayal of the Grand High Witch in The Witches reboot will finally be released just in time for Halloween.
Many production houses have decided to postpone their autumn releases, as of this week, including Marvel Studios' Black Widow and A Quiet Place II - which will now both be premiering early next year, and Wonderwoman 1984 may just go straight to streaming. Moves which imply that most of our new film releases will likely be watched either in the comfort of our own homes this year or next year when cinemas reopen.
Here's our round up of what's to come...