The Oscar Project
Following up on the movies based on books post, today I am looking at the upcoming remakes and sequels.
Just to remind you what we're looking at here, this is a list of the films scheduled for release in Fall 2020 that fall into one of the following categories:
Click on the titles of the films for trailers where they are available. Please also understand that with the fluid nature of release dates these days, some of this information may be slightly out of date. I will try to update information as much as possible.
It feels like centuries since we had a slate of new movies coming to theaters, and while movie houses aren't open everywhere (including in New York where I live) there are some areas of the country where going out to a movie is an option. Yes, you'll most likely need to wear your mask, and you probably have to sit a few seats apart from your neighbors, but at least some of you can get to see films on the big screen the way they were meant to be seen!
Now, this list is returning for the first time in almost a year. With October right around the corner, I'm looking at the films currently scheduled for release in October, November, and December of 2020. Of course, things are always changing these days, so treat these release dates with a grain of salt. (Note: Black Widow originally appeared on this list but has since been re-scheduled to May 2021.)
Our list of films based on books is a good one this time, with some interesting topics. There are even remakes among the list, which will also appear on a list of remakes and films based on other visual materials later this week.
I have included links to Amazon where you can purchase the materials referenced along with links to WorldCat which allows you to search a local library near you. The Amazon links are affiliate links which don't change your price, but will help support The Oscar Project. Libraries are free, but you might have to pay a small hold fee if your library has a hold program. The links on the film titles themselves are for trailers where available.
I'm just a film buff who wants to watch great movies. Where else to find the best, than the list of those nominated by the Academy each year?