With the start of a new month comes the excitement about a whole bunch of new films that will be making their way to the big screen. If you're an avid cinemagoer and haven't just yet decided on what you'll be watching in March 2020, then we've got six stellar suggestions to keep you entertained, from all different genres!
Here are the best movies hitting the cinema in March 2020.
Onward - release date March 6th, 2020
Marvel Cinematic Universe stars Chris Pratt and Tom Holland come together to voice the two leading characters in Disney Pixar's upcoming release, Onward. Will it be able to live up to the incredible legacy left by Pixar films of the past?
Onward follows two teenage elf brothers, who go on a journey in a bid to discover whether there's enough magic left out in the big wide world, so that they can spend one last day with their late father. It sounds like an emotional journey that will be sure to strike a chord with children and adults alike.
Bloodshot - release date March 11th, 2020
Based on the best-selling comic book of the same name, Bloodshot sees Vin Diesel step into the titular role of Ray Garrison, a soldier recently killed in action, before being brought back to life by the RST corporation as a superhero.
Stronger than ever before and described as an "unstoppable force" who can "heal instantly", Bloodshot is half-man, half-machine. Whilst the RST corporation brought him back from the dead however, the company also have control over his mind and memories, meaning Ray is never quite sure what's real and what's been implanted in his psyche.
Eiza González, Sam Heughan, Tony Kebbell and Guy Pearce all also star, with Dave Wilson serving as director.
The Hunt - release date March 13th, 2020
Though it first appeared The Hunt would be shelved for good, the Blumhouse Productions picture will finally be making its way to the big screen in a bid to entertain audiences across the globe.
Directed by Craig Zobel from a screenplay by Damon Lindelof and Nick Cuse, The Hunt follows the story of 12 strangers who wake up in a clearing without any recollection of how they got there. It quickly becomes clear that they're a part of a gruesome 'sport' created by ruthless elitists who gather to hunt down and murder humans for fun. What they don't expect however, is for one of the hunted (played by Betty Gilpin) to turn the tables in her bid to escape with her life.
A Quiet Place Part II - release date March 20th, 2020
The Abbott family (Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe) are back to face the horrors of the open world in A Quiet Place Part II, continuing their fight for survival in silence as they leave their home, which is now packed full of terrible memories.
Whilst the creatures they've learned to fight against and evade are more dangerous than ever in an open landscape, the family will quickly come to realise they're not the only things they should be worried about...
Radioactive - release date March 20th, 2020
Rosamund Pike is Marie Curie in new movie Radioactive, which follows the scientist's journey through life.
Audiences will see Marie's meeting with fellow scientist Pierre Curie (Sam Riley), as well as their eventual wedding and stunning abilities that changed the face of science forever, as they discovered radioactivity.
Director Marjane Satrapi is the visionary behind this depiction of the Curie life, showcasing how the couple's work shaped some of the most defining moments in science and beyond, of the 20th Century.
Mulan - release date March 27th, 2020
Director Niki Caro has been tasked with turning Disney classic animation Mulan into their latest live-action release, telling the story of the titular legendary warrior who risks everything to become one of the fiercest warriors her country has ever seen.
Yifei Liu takes on the role of Mulan, as audiences will watch her step forward to take the place of her sick father in an upcoming war, where China will be invaded by those from the North. Tested each step of the way, she proves she can embrace an incredible potential, despite being a woman in a land where only men are allowed on the battlefield.
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