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Top 5 most anticipated movies in October


No Time To Die (October 8)

No Time To Die is the 25th James Bond film, and it has been a long time in the making. Bond fans have been eagerly awaiting this film since its inception in 2016. Furthermore, this is rumored to be Daniel Craig's final appearance as James Bond. The film is directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, the creator of True Detective. 

No Time To Die has a lot of people excited because it was shot in 2019 and will be released in August of that year. The original release date was November 2019, but the Bond sequel was delayed several times before finally being moved to October, where No Time To Die will be released exclusively in theaters.


Venom: Let There Be Carnage (October 15)

On October 15, Venom: Let There Be Carnage will be released in theaters. The Spider-Man spinoff film was rumored to be delayed yet again, but Sony squashed those rumors, and it will still be released in fall 2021. Tom Hardy reprises his role as the antihero Venom in the film, where he will face off against Woody Harrelson's Carnage. 

This was supposed to be a fall 2020 release, but it was pushed back to 2021 and 2022, along with almost every other major release. The film will be a theatrical exclusive because Sony has no plans for a day-and-date co-release with a streaming service.


Halloween Kills (October 15)

Halloween has spawned more sequels than nearly any other horror movie, with a new one set to hit theaters in the fall of 2021. Halloween Kills follows the 2018 film Halloween, which ignored all prior sequels and was a straight sequel to the 1976 original. This new movie is the second of a planned trilogy. 

The fact that the 2018 film was a surprise success, one of the highest-grossing slasher movies ever made, as well as a critical success, certified fresh on Rotten Tomatoes, makes this a highly anticipated release. The movie was scheduled to be released in 2020, but it will not be available on streaming services on that date.


Dune (October 22)

On October 22, 2021, Dune will be released in theaters and on HBO Max. Denis Villeneuve, the director, compared seeing the movie on television to "driving a speed boat in a bathtub." The director received flak for this remark, yet the film is still one of the most anticipated this autumn. 

The HBO Max co-release guarantees that it will not be delayed again. The film was planned to be released in 2020, however it was moved back to 2021, and Warner Bros. has now decided to release most of their films on HBO Max and in theaters at the same time. It is based on Frank Herbert's award-winning science fiction novel of the same name.


Last Night In Soho (October 29)

Last Night In Soho is not a franchise film, nor is it based on another work from the past. Instead, this is a completely unique work that has become one of the most anticipated movies for the fall of 2021, owing to the fact that it is directed by Edgar Wright. 

The film was originally supposed to be released in 2020, and it has sparked a lot of buzz because it is Edgar Wright's first film since 2017's Baby Driver, and his first horror film since the classic Shaun of the Dead. It will be his second movie of the year, following the documentary The Sparks Brothers, and will be released only in theatres.

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