All The Movies Being Released This Spring You Need To Know About

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Despite being bombarded with a global pandemic, there will actually be a lot of new movies released this spring.

Many have assumed, rightly so, that the film and television industry took an enormous hit when the pandemic began reaching all corners of the globe. However, productions were only put on hold for a whole, and while many have been delayed, there are so many new movies set to release this spring that you need to know about.

While we will be short the Oscar-contending mega-blockbuster movies that are typically released this time of year, there are still a huge amount of new movies coming out in the coming months.

Some movies are being released in theatres (for those who have access to them), while others are simply releasing them to on-demand and streaming platforms such as Mulan on Disney+.

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Be aware that the release dates for these movies could be delayed still, due to the continuing havoc the pandemic is wrecking on the world.

Below, we have provided you with details about some of the upcoming movies so you can know what you want to watch when they finally are released. More movies are to be announced.


LX 2048

Set to release on-demand on September 26, this film tells that story of a future society that has been overrun by virtual reality and, once you die, a clone is made of you. Starring Delroy Lindo, James D’Arcy and Anna Brewster, we will witness one mans journey to helping his family not receive this fate.

Secret Society of Second-Born Royals

Set to release September 25 on Disney+, this film combines The Princess Diaries with Sky High in a story that follows a girl that discovers she is of royal blood – and therefore, superpowers. She is forced to go to a school with other superheroes to learn.


Scare Me

Set to release on Shudder on October 1, this film depicts what happens when the power goes out in a secluded town. The two main characters are authors who are trying to beat each other at telling the other a scary story. The film received positive reviews after debuting at Sundance earlier this year, and it isn’t a horror movie – it is a psychological mind game.

Jiang Ziya

Sequal to Ne Zha, a hit film, this movie is a fantasy action that looks absolutely fantastic. It is the second in the Fengshen Cinematic Universe and is set to release in Australian theatres October 1.


Set to release on-demand on October 3, 2067 documents a future Earth in which humans can no longer breath due to devastating effects of climate change. Ethan Whyte is a simple mine-worker when they receive a message from the future saying “send Ethan Whyte”. Can Ethan, played by Kodi Smit-McPhee, save humanity?

Save Yourselves

Releasing October 7 on-demand, Save Yourselves is a sci-fi comedy that documents what happens when aliens invade. Starring GLOW’s John Reynolds, Save Yourselves debuted at Sundance earlier this year, audiences loved the comedy and left them knowing that them absolute worst time to not look at your phone is when aliens invade.

Vampires vs. The Bronx

Vampire vs. The Bronx is set to release on Netflix on October 2 and can be described as what would happen is Attack the Block occurred in Brooklyn. This new comedy stars Method Man, Chris Redd, Zoe Saldana, and a bunch of brilliant kids.

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Releasing on-demand on October 21 is Tar, a film that shows the story of a family who is forced to close their generations-old family-run business. One night, something evil that was lurking under the shop awakens, and its a wild time.

Black Box

Amazon will be releasing Black Box on October 6. This film follows the life of a man who deals with trauma who decides to try an unconventional therapy method. He is given a device that will allow him to cross his subconscious. Starring Phylicia Rashad and Mamoudou Athie.

The Phenomenon

The phenomenon is a compilation of interviews and footage that offer credible sources and knowledge about the existence of UFO’s – and a potential government cover-up. This film will be released on October 7 on-demand.

Other movies to look out for include: Batman: Death in the Family (October 12, on-demand), Love and Monsters (October 17, on-demand), Over the Moon (October 23. Netflix), No Time to Die (November 12 in theatres), Free Guy (December 10 in theatres), Dune (December 17 in theatres), Wonder Woman 1984 (December 26 in theatres) and The Croods: A New Age (December 26 in theatres).