Six big movies arriving in 2021 that we haven't got trailers for yet 1 month ago

Six big movies arriving in 2021 that we haven't got trailers for yet

We're very excited to see them all, even if we've seen absolutely nothing from them yet.

We're at the end of July now pretty much, which means we've only got five months left in 2021.


In those months, we've got some HUGE movies to look forward to, including Top Gun: Maverick, The King's Man, The Many Saints of Newark, Eternals, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Last Night in Soho, Jackass Forever, No Time To Die, Halloween Kills, and on and on and on.

But what all of those movies have in common is they've all released trailers to get the cinema-going public excited to see them.

However, over the remainder of the year, there are at least six big movies that are due to hit the big screen, but we've seen not even a teaser for them yet!

We're very aware that a trailer for each and any one (or all!) of them could drop while we're half way through this sentence, so we best get to it...


Release date: 12 November

Who is involved: Written and directed by Kenneth Branagh, the movie stars Jamie Dornan, Caitriona Balfe, Ciaran Hinds and Judi Dench.


What is it about: After spending a lot of time directing stuff for Hollywood, some of it good (Thor, Cinderella), some of it not so good (Artemis Fowl), Branagh looks to be bringing an almost autobiographical story to the big screen for his new project, which tells the story of a young boy and his family during Belfast in the tumultuous late 1960s.


Release date: 18 November

Who is involved: Reinaldo Marcus Green (Top Boy) directs Will Smith, Jon Bernthal and Dylan McDermott.

What is it about: If all goes according to plan, expect Big Will to be mentioned in some heavy Best Actor Oscar talk off the back of this one (he's been nominated twice, but never won), as he plays Richard Williams, the father and coach to Serena and Venus.



Release date: 26 November

Who is involved: Ridley Scott directs Adam Driver, Lady Gaga, Al Pacino, Jared Leto, Salma Hayek, Jeremy Irons, Camille Cottin and Jack Huston.


What is it about: Arriving about a month after his OTHER big potential Oscar magnet, Ridley's likely-to-be-gorgeous thriller will recount the true story of Patrizia Reggiani (Gaga), the ex-wife of Maurizio Gucci (Driver), and how she plotted to kill him.


Release date: 3 December

Who is involved: Written and directed by Johannes Roberts (47 Meters Down), starring Kaya Scodelario, Tom Hopper, Hannah John-Kamen, Robbie Amell, Neal McDonough and Donal Logue.


What is it about: We'll give you three guesses, but you're only going to need one... Yep, the zombie outbreak video game series is getting another big screen adaptation. Set in 1998, it will tie in directly with the first game, with the hopes of following the franchise's story a bit more strictly than the previous, Milla Jovovich-starring outings.


Release date: 17 December

Who is involved: Jon Watts (the first two Tom Holland Spider-Man movies), with Tom Holland, Zendaya, Marisa Tomei and more returning, and reportedly joined by Alfred Molina, J.K. Simmons, Benedict Cumberbatch and Jamie Foxx.

What is it about: Following on from his outing at the climax of Far From Home, as well as the multiverse-altering events at the end of Loki, the smart money is on a Spider-Verse storyline. Although that is still to be confirmed or denied by the head honchos at Marvel.


Release date: 22 December

Who is involved: Written and directed by Lana Wackowski (co-writer and co-director of the original Matrix trilogy), with Keanu Reeves, Carrie-Anne Moss and Jada Pinkett Smith returning, and joined by Christina Ricci, Jonathan Groff, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II, Priyanka Chopra Jonas and Neil Patrick Harris.

What is it about: Well... it is a sequel to The Matrix... and that is all we know. And even that isn't necessarily 100% accurate. Even the title - The Matrix 4 - isn't right, as it appears to be called The Matrix in the early promotional materials, so... who knows?