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Every new movie premiering on HBO Max in 2021

Due to the ongoing pandemic, Warner Bros. is making all of its theatrical films available on HBO Max for 31 days starting on release day.

Here's every new movie premiering on HBO Max this year.

The Little Things (January 29)

Denzel Washington and Rami Malek star as a deputy sheriff and LAPD detective who butt heads while on the hunt for a serial killer.

Judas and the Black Messiah (February 12)

Judas and the Black Messiah tells the real-life story of Fred Hampton, the 21-year-old head of the Black Panther Party who was assassinated by the FBI in 1969.

Tom & Jerry (February 26)

The classic cartoon duo return in this animated/live action hybrid film which sees the pair battle it out in a high-class New York City hotel.

Godzilla vs. Kong (March 31)

The recently rebooted versions of Godzilla and King Kong slug it out in this action-packed kaiju showdown.

Mortal Kombat (April 16)

A new adaptation of the popular and long-running video game franchise sees Earth’s best martial artists facing off against each other and a group of supernatural foes.

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It (June 4)

The latest installment in this horror franchise blends its demonic possession plot with courtroom drama when a killer claims he committed crimes while possessed.

In the Heights (June 18)

A bodega owner in Washington Heights dreams of making it big in this musical from Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda.

Space Jam: A New Legacy (July 16)

The sequel to 1996’s Space Jam sees LeBron James team up with Bugs Bunny and the rest of the Looney Tunes gang for a high-stakes game of basketball.

The Suicide Squad (August 6)

James Gunn’s soft reboot of Suicide Squad brings Margot Robbie back as Harley Quinn, but tells its own story separate from the 2016 film where she was introduced.

The Many Saints of Newark (September 24)

This prequel to HBO’s The Sopranos features younger versions of some of the show’s characters during the 1967 Newark riots, which arose over police brutality.

Dune (October 1)

Denis Villeneuve follows in the footsteps of David Lynch and Alejandro Jodorowsky in the latest adaptation of Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel.

King Richard (November 19)

Will Smith plays Richard Williams, the father and coach of Venus and Serena Williams, in this biopic that tracks his influence on two of the greatest tennis stars of all time.

The Matrix 4 (December 22)

Keanu Reeves and Carrie-Anne Moss reprise their roles in the fourth Matrix film, which is being kept as secretive now as the original was before its release in 1999.

Malignant (TBD)

Malignant is a horror thriller based on an original story by Saw, Furious 7, and Aquaman director James Wan, but details are scarce so far.

Those Who Wish Me Dead (TBD)

In this adaptation of a novel, Angelina Jolie plays a survival expert protecting a teenage boy from assassins after he witnesses a murder.

Cry Macho (TBD)

Clint Eastwood’s latest follows a horse breeder who bonds with a young boy while bringing him from his alcoholic mother to his father.

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