Let's face it: 2020 has been an absolutely terrible year so far. With so much going on in the real world, many of us would rather escape into something fantastical, far away from the chaos of life and the unpredictable global pandemic facing us all. Bearing that in mind, we've taken a look at cinema listings for the next few months and had a peek at what's going to be released before the year comes to an end. Here are five film releases that might just save 2020...

Connected - Released October 23rd

If animated comedy fit for the family is your style, then director Mike Rianda's collaboration with The Lego Movie's Phil Lord and Christopher Miller is certain to put a smile on your face. Connected tells the story of a young film school student called Katie (Abbi Jacobson) who's excited to start afresh at university. When her family decide to join her on a cross-country trip however, things get a little frantic! Not only that, but with an uprising of technology across the globe, it's up to the Mitchell family to stop the world from melting down forever...

No Time To Die - Released November 12th

Daniel Craig returns for what many believe will be his final outing as James Bond, going up against potentially his most dangerous adversary yet in Rami Malek's Safin. With technology on his side, the villain hopes to 'clean up' the world by taking millions of lives. If Bond thought he was going to settle down for a peaceful retirement in Jamaica, he was sadly mistaken.

Soul - Released November 20th

Pixar's latest movie release comes with Soul, which will star Jamie Foxx in the lead role of school music teacher Joe. Always dreaming of performing jazz on a big stage, his hopes come to a halt when he is involved in a terrible accident which separates his soul from his body. If he's to make it back to his body alive, he'll have to work with other lost souls to do so. This could be a real tearjerker, despite being one you can watch with the kids!

Death on the Nile - Released December 18th

Kenneth Branagh is back as Hercule Poirot in the latest big screen Agatha Christie adaptation. Whilst on holiday in Egypt, Poirot is tasked with uncovering a murderer, and has some A-list co-stars that he may accuse. They include Gal Gadot, Armie Hammer, Letitia Wright and Russell Brand.

Wonder Woman 1984 - Released December 25th

Gal Gadot will also be starring in the sequel to the critically-acclaimed Wonder Woman with 1984, which hits cinemas across the UK this Christmas Day! In her latest superhero outing, she'll go up against comic book character Barbara Ann Minerva, otherwise known as Cheetah (played by Kristen Wiig). Chris Pine returns to the cast, with Pedro Pascal, Robin Wright and Connie Nielsen all also starring.

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