Every Movie in Theaters, On Demand and Streaming Through the End of 2020

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This was the year without a summer movie season. Amid the still-ongoing coronavirus pandemic, movies theaters around the world shuttered their doors and studios pushed their release dates over and over. Then there was Tenet, the would-be savior of cinemas, arriving in the final days of summer to lure moviegoers back into reopened theaters.

Alas, Tenet neither proved to be a boffo box office exemplar -- at least Stateside, where most major markets are still closed -- nor showed people are rushing to return to theaters for masked, socially distant screenings. So, the blockbuster postponements and shuttling of titles to PVOD continues on into fall for another strange season at the movies. (Scroll on for a full calendar of release dates.)

Most recently, Disney postponed two of the year's biggest releases into 2021: Black Widow (which was originally dated for May 1 and now leaves 2020 without a single Marvel Studios film) and Steven Spielberg's West Side Story. Which leaves us crossing our fingers that the likes of No Time to Die and Wonder Woman 1984 -- the latter having already been redated five times -- can still make their way into theaters before the year's out (and that we are able to safely make our way to those same theaters).

See a full list of releases delayed to COVID-19 and the new release dates.

Still, there are enough streaming and on demand titles set through 2021 that Fall Movie Season won't be completely without its traditional popcorn fare and awards season contenders. Plus, there are a few titles guaranteed to be released this year that are worthy alternatives to your most-anticipated theatrical titles. For example:

Black Widow, AVA
Marvel Studios / Vertical Entertainment

Not coming out in 2020: Black Widow
Definitely coming out: Ava (on demand Sept. 25)

While we await our return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe -- and the even longer-awaited Black Widow standalone movie -- this year will not be without one redheaded assassin whose black ops agency turns on her (played in Ava by Jessica Chastain).

West Side Story, The Prom
20th Century Studios / Netflix

Not coming out in 2020: West Side Story
Definitely coming out: The Prom (on Netflix on Dec. 11)

This year was already seriously lacking in musical numbers -- see you in summer 2021, In the Heights -- before Tony and Maria bowed out. Thank heavens for Ryan Murphy's star-studded Broadway adaptation with Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Kerry Washington and more.


In theaters:

Sept. 25:
The Artist's Wife (also on demand)
Kajillionaire
Rogue Warfare: Death of a Nation
(also on demand)

Oct. 2:
2067 (also on demand)
A Call to Spy (also on demand)
Death to Me (also on demand)
On the Rocks (also streaming)

Oct. 9:
Honest Thief
The War With Grandpa
Yellow Rose

Oct. 16:
The Devil Has a Name (also on demand)
Harry Chapin: When In Doubt, Do Something (also on demand)
The Opening Act (also on demand)

Oct. 23:
The Empty Man
Synchronic
Those Who Wish Me Dead

Oct. 30:
Come Play
The Donut King 
(also on demand)

Nov. 6:
The Dark and the Wicked (also on demand)
Let Him Go

Nov. 13:
Ammonite
Billie

The Climb
The Comeback Trail
Echo Boomers
(also on demand)

Nov. 20:
Embattled (also on demand)
Jiu Jitsu (also on demand)
Sound of Metal

Nov. 25:
The Croods: A New Age
Stardust 
(also on demand)

Dec. 4:
Assassins
Half Brothers

Nomadland
Wander
(also on demand)

Dec. 11:
Archenemy (also on demand)

Dec. 18:
The Capote Tapes
The Father
Hunter Hunter
(also on demand)

Dec. 25:
Monster Hunter
News of the World
One Night in Miami
Promising Young Woman
The Truffle Hunters
Wonder Woman 1984 
(also streaming)

Streaming and on demand:

Sept. 25:
Ava
The Artist's Wife
Misbehaviour
Rogue Warfare: Death of a Nation

Secret Society of Second-Born Royals (on Disney+)

Sept. 30:
The Boys in the Band (on Netflix)
The Glorias (on Prime Video)

Oct. 1:
Scare Me (on Shudder)

Oct. 2:
2067
12 Hour Shift
A Call to Spy
Death of Me
Dick Johnson Is Dead
(on Netflix)
The Great American Lie

Oct. 6:
The Phenomenon
Save Yourselves!
Spontaneous

Oct. 7:
Books of Blood (on Hulu)
Hubie Halloween (on Netflix)

Oct. 9:
Cagefighter
The Forty-Year-Old Version
(on Netflix)

Oct. 16:
Alone
Clouds (on Disney+)
The Devil Has A Name
Harry Chapin: When In Doubt, Do Something
Love and Monsters
The Opening Act
The Trial of the Chicago 7
(on Netflix)
Time (on Prime Video)

Oct. 17:
David Byrne's American Utopia (on HBO and HBO Max)

Oct. 21:
Rebecca (on Netflix)

Oct. 23:
After We Collided
Bad Hair
(on Hulu)
Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (on Prime Video)
On the Rocks (on AppleTV+)
Over the Moon (on Netflix)
The Place of No Words

Oct. 28:
The Craft: Legacy
Holidate (on Netflix)

Nov. 6:
The Dark and the Wicked
Kindred
Triggered

Nov. 10:
Maybe Next Year

Nov. 13:
Dating Amber
Echo Boomers
I Am Greta
(on Hulu)
Jingle Jangle (on Netflix)
The Life Ahead (on Netflix)
Monsoon

Nov. 18:
Crazy Not Insane (on HBO)

Nov. 20:
The Donut King

Nov. 24:
Hillbilly Elegy (on Netflix)

Nov. 25:
The Christmas Chronicles 2 (on Netflix)
Embattled
Happiest Season 
(on Hulu)
Stardust

Nov. 26:
Uncle Frank (on Prime Video)

Nov. 27:
Black Beauty (on Disney+)

Nov. 30:
RUN (on Hulu)

Dec. 4:
Ammonite
Godmothered (on Disney+)
Luxor
Mank
(on Netflix)
Sound of Metal (on Prime Video)
Wander

Dec. 8:
Monsters of Man

Dec. 10:
Let Them All Talk (on HBO Max)

Dec. 11:
Archenemy
The Prom
(on Netflix)
Safety (on Disney+)
Songbird

Dec. 15:
The Last Blockbuster

Dec. 18:
Breach
Hunter Hunter
Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom
(on Netflix)

Dec. 23:
The Midnight Sky (on Netflix)

Dec. 25:
Soul (on Disney+)
Wonder Woman 1984 (on HBO Max)

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