- 2021 is loaded with big movies.
- Movies that were originally opening in 2020 like “No Time to Die,” “Black Widow,” and “F9” have been added to the slate this year due to the ongoing pandemic.
- Those big blockbusters are joining an already deep 2021 movie calendar that includes “Mission: Impossible 7,” “The Suicide Squad,” and Marvel’s “Eternals.”
- We note below which titles will also be streaming at the same time they are in theaters.
“Pieces of a Woman” – January 7 (theaters and Netflix)
Vanessa Kirby gives an Oscar-worthy performance playing a grief-stricken woman who tragically loses her child during a home birth.
“One Night in Miami” – January 8 (theaters) / January 15 (Amazon Prime Video)
Regina King delivers a powerful directing effort in this fictional look at a night of deep discussion between Malcolm X, Sam Cooke, Cassius Clay, and Jim Brown.
“The Little Things” – January 29 (theaters and HBO Max)
Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto make up the impressive cast for this crime thriller. In it, Washington and Malek try to track down Leto, who plays a serial killer.