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New movies are starting to come back to theaters. Here’s what’s still supposed to debut in 2020

From ‘Tenet’ to ‘Wonder Woman 1984,’ here are the new movies that are still scheduled to debut in theaters before the end of the year

“Wonder Woman,” starring Gal Gadot, opens June 2 of this year.
Gal Gadot stars in “Wonder Woman.” “Wonder Woman 1984” will come to theaters Oct. 2.
Warner Bros.

New movies are finally starting to make their way back into theaters.

After months of remaining closed because of the coronavirus pandemic, movie theater chains like AMC, Cinemark and Regal are reopening this weekend, CNBC reported.

Summer blockbusters like “Black Widow” and “Wonder Woman 1984” have seen rescheduled release dates come and go, while others — like “Mulan” — are being sent straight to on-demand services.

It’s definitely been a strange year for movies, but there are still some that are scheduled to debut in theaters. While changes could still happen, here are some of the major movies that are expected to come to theaters before the end of the year.

‘Bill & Ted Face the Music’

  • In theaters: Aug. 28

‘The New Mutants’

  • In theaters: Aug. 28

‘The Personal History of David Copperfield’

  • In theaters: Aug. 28

‘Tenet’

  • In theaters: Sept. 3

‘Greenland’

  • In theaters: Sept. 25

‘Wonder Woman 1984’

  • In theaters: Oct. 2

‘Honest Thief’

  • In theaters: Oct. 9

‘The War With Grandpa’

  • In theaters: Oct. 9

‘Death on the Nile’

  • In theaters: Oct. 23

‘Black Widow’

  • In theaters: Nov. 6

‘Soul’

  • In theaters: Nov. 20

‘No Time to Die’

  • In theaters: Nov. 20

‘Dune’

  • In theaters: Dec. 18

‘West Side Story’

  • In theaters: Dec. 18

‘The Croods: A New Age’

  • In theaters: Dec. 23