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Candyman, Raya and the Last Dragon, and The Suicide Squad should all, hypothetically, be out this year. You are not experiencing déjà vu . A huge percentage of films from our 2020 movie preview are once again here on our 2021 preview. But the good news is, there’s still a lot of great stuff to look forward to. At this point last year, we had no idea the covid-19 pandemic would change the entire world as we know it, including delaying or moving around hundreds of movie releases in the process. Now that it’s 2021, and a vaccine is starting to be administered, there’s hope we’ll get to see these movies this year. Because, well, these are a lot of movies we really want to see, and we think you might agree. (All dates are subject to change and let’s face it, probably will; release platforms provided when available.) January Bloody Hell This indie horror-comedy follows a man who flees the country after accidentally becoming a media sensation, but is immediately kidnapped by a freaky family and must figure out how to escape their basement (with the help of his own personified conscience) before it’s too late. (January 14, theaters, drive-ins, and on-demand) Outside the Wire The Falcon and the Winter Soldier ’s Anthony Mackie is a superpowered android in this military sci-fi tale about a drone pilot (played by Damson Idris) sent into a war zone to track down a doomsday device. (January 15, Netflix) PG: Psycho Goreman […]