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2020 films: what cinema releases from June 22?
FILMS 2020 – Across France, cinemas reopened this Monday, June 22. Update on outings to see on this date and in the coming weeks.

[Updatedon22[Misàjourle22June 2020 at 9:35 am] The long-awaited moment has arrived: cinemas reopened this Monday, June 22 throughout France. However, the return to theaters will not be exactly as before, since there will be several health rules to respect, including the distancing of a seat between each spectator or online reservations to be preferred. However, many films are to be seen. We notably find productions already showing when the rooms closed on March 14 and which did not come out on VOD and SVOD during confinement. This concerns in particular De Gaulle, Une Sirène à Paris, Un fils or Radioactive, which benefited from only a few days of operation.

There are also many new features to discover at the cinema this Monday, June 22. Several films to see were released on the occasion of the reopening of theaters. We find in particular the animated film We the dogs, the drama Filles de Joie with Sara Forestier and Noémie Lvovsky, or the thriller The Shadow of Stalin. Gradually in the following weeks, many new products will arrive in theaters, until the much awaited Tenet by Christopher Nolan which will be playing on July 31. Find below all the films to see from June 22. Later in this article, We also summarize the major releases of 2020 and the films to be seen soon, updated as the announcements progress. Also find our selection of the best films of 2019, as well as the releases already planned for 2021.

New products on display from June 22 :

  • We dogs, animated film by Oh Sung-yoon and Lee Choon-baek
  • The Shadow of Stalin, thriller avec James Norton, Vanessa Kirby, Peter Sarsgaard
  • The Demon Inside, horror movie
  • Girls of joy, dramatic film with Sara Forestier, Noémie Lvovsky, Annabelle Lengronne
  • The Hunt, action movie
  • Benni, Drama
  • Wild youth, Drama
  • Capital in the 21st century, documentary
  • Song without a name, Drama
  • Be Natural: the untold story of Alice Guy-Blaché, documentary
  • The Little Mole Loves Nature, compilation of short films
  • The Great Green Wall, documentary
  • My name is clitoris, documentary
  • Mosquito, war movie
  • Green Boys, documentary
  • Shamanic visions: forgotten territories, documentary
  • I’ll go get the moon, documentary
  • Bomb Dog, Drama
  • Elephant Man restored version by David Lynch

Films already showing back on the cinema on 22 June :

  • De Gaulle, biopic with Lambert Wilson and Isabelle Carré
  • A mermaid in Paris, romantic film with Nicolas Duvauchelle and Marilyn Lima
  • Sonic le film, action film with Jim Carrey and James Marsden
  • The forest’s call, adventure film with Harrison Ford and Omar Sy
  • Forward, animated film Pixar
  • 10 days without mom, comedy with Franck Dubosc and Aure Atika
  • Papi-Sitter, comedy with Gérard Lanvin, Olivier Marchal
  • The Good Wife, comedy with Juliette Binoche, Yolande Moreau and Edouard Baer
  • Vivarium with Jesse Eisenberg and Imogen Poots,
  • Ducobu 3, comedy with Elie Semoun
  • A son, dramatic film by Mehdi M. Barsaoui
  • Radioactive, biopic with Rosamund Pike
  • Invisible Man, horror film with Elisabeth Moss
  • Lucky with Michaël Youn, Florence Foresti
  • The family spirit with Guilaume de Tonquédec, François Berléand
  • The good wife with Juliette Binoche (June 22)
  • We dogs, animated film by Sung-yoon Oh and Lee Choonbaek (June 22)
  • Girls of joy with Sara Forestier, Noémie Lvovsky (June 22)
  • De Gaulle with Lambert Wilson and Isabelle Carré (June 22)
  • A mermaid in Paris with Nicolas Duvauchelle (June 22)
  • Radioactive by Marjane Satrapi with Rosamund Pike (June 22)
  • A son with Sami Bouajila (June 22)
  • Shadow of Stalin (June 22)
  • The Demon Inside (June 22)
  • Invisible Man (June 22)
  • Elephant Man by David Lynch restored 4K (June 24)
  • Wild youth (June 24)
  • Travel in Kabylia (June 24)
  • Remember Me with Bruce Dern and Brian Cox (July 1)
  • Jumbo with Noémie Merlant (July 1)
  • Simply black with Fary, Claudia Tagbo, JoyeStarr, Cyril Hanouna (July 8)
  • Scooby (July 8)
  • The mum with Isabelle Huppert (July 15)
  • Adorable with Elsa Zylberstein, Lucien Jean-Baptiste (22 July)
  • The Climb (July 29)
  • Mother by Rodrigo Sorogoyen (July 29)
  • SpongeBob, the movie: Sponge in troubled waters (July 29)
  • Have you got it? with Ramzy Bedia and Vincent Macaigne (July 29)
  • Tenet by Christopher Nolan with John David Washington and Robert Pattinson (August 12)
  • Brutus VS César by Kheiron (August 12)
  • Peninsula (August 12)
  • The time of the Daisies with Alice Pol and Clovis Cornillard (August 12)
  • Spoiled rotten with Gérard Jugnot and Camille Lou (August 12)
  • Mulan (19 August)
  • Antebellum with Janelle Monae (August 19)
  • Little country with Jean-Paul Rouve (August 26)
  • The New Mutants (August 28 in the US)
  • Police by Anne Fontaine with Virginie Efira and Omar Sy (September 2)
  • Without a noise 2 by John Krasinski with Emily Blunt (September 9, 2020)
  • The Conjuring 3 with Patrick Wilson and Vera Fermiga (September 16)
  • The King’s Man by Matthew Vaughn (September 23)
  • The Many Saints of Newark (September 23)
  • Last Night in Soho by Edgar Wright (September 23)
  • Miss by Ruben Alves (September 23)
  • Wonder Woman 1984 with Gal Gadot (30 September)
  • Death on the Nile by Kenneth Branagh (October 7)
  • Monster Hunter with Milla Jovovich (October 7)
  • The Trolls 2 (October 14)
  • How I became a superhero (October 14)
  • 30 days max by and with Tarek Boudali (October 14)
  • The French Dispatch by Wes Anderson with Bill Murray, Adam Brody, Owen Wilson … (October 16 in the US)
  • G.I. Joe 3 with Dwayne Johnson (October 21)
  • Black Widow by Cate Shortland with Scarlett Johansson (October 28)
  • The origin of the world by and with Laurent Lafitte (November 11)
  • James Bond: Dying Can Wait with Daniel Craig (November 11)
  • Aline God! by and with Valérie Lemercier (November 11)
  • Soul by Pete Docter and Kemp Powers, with Jamie Foxx and Tina Fey (November 25)
  • Kaamelott – First part by Alexandre Astier (November 25)
  • The Croods 2 (December 2)
  • The Tuches 4 (December 9)
  • Free Player by Shawn Levy with Ryan Reynolds (11 December)
  • West Side Story by Steven Spielberg with Ansel Elgort (December 16)
  • Top Gun : Maverick (December 23)
  • Light of my Life by and with Casey Affleck (date not given)
  • Lucy in the sky with Natalie Portman (date not given)
  • Scooby ! (date not given)
  • Pierre Rabbit 2 (January 15, 2021)
  • Eternals by Chloé Zhao with Angelina Jolie and Richard Madden (10 February 2021)
  • Morbius with Jarel Leto (March 17, 2021)
  • Raya and The Last Dragon (31 mars 2021)
  • Fast and Furious 9 by Justin Lin with Vin Diesel (April 2021)
  • S.O.S. Ghosts: the Legacy (14 avril 2021)
  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings by Destin Cretton with Simu Liu, Tony Leung and Awkwafina (7 May 2021 in the US)
  • Godzilla VS Kong (May 21, 2021 in the US)
  • Venom 2 with Tom Hardy (23 June 2021)
  • Minions 2: Once upon a time Gru (July 7, 2021)
  • Uncharted with Tom Holland (July 14, 2021)
  • Jungle Cruise with Dwayne Johnson (July 31, 2021)
  • The Suicide Squad by James Gunn with Margot Robbie and Idris Elba (August 4, 2021)
  • In The Heights by Jon M. Chu (August 18, 2021)
  • The Batman by Matt Reeves with Robert Pattinson (October 1, 2021 in the US)
  • Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness by Scott Derrickson with Benedict Cumberbatch (November 5, 2021)
  • Fantastic Beasts 3 (November 12, 2021)
  • Avatar 2 of James Cameron with Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana (December 15, 2021)
  • All on stage 2 (December 22, 2021)
  • Thor 4 : Love and Thunder by Taika Waititi with Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson and Natalie Portman (18 February 2022)
  • Matrix 4 by Lana Wachowski with Keanu Reeves (March 30 2022)
  • Black Panther 2 with Chadwick Boseman (May 6, 2022)
  • Captain Marvel 2 with Brie Larson (July 8, 2022 in the United States)
  • Indiana Jones 5 by Steven Spielberg with Harrison Ford (29 July 2022)
  • Blade with Mahershala Ali (date not given)
  • Guardians of the Galaxy volume 3 by James Gunn with Chris Pratt and Zoe Saldana (date not given)
  • The Fantastic Four (date not given)
  • The little Mermaid by Rob Marshall (date not given)
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