Top movies that came out in 2020 despite the pandemic

Top movies that came out in 2020 despite the pandemic

When the coronavirus pandemic hit in March 2020, it shuttered movie theaters around the world which forced many studios to consider alternate release options.They turned to on-demand video and streaming services such as Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, and Hulu to release the highly-anticipated films. Other films kept to traditional releases, making most of their box office revenue from overseas sales. Check out the top movies that came out amid the pandemic below:WARNER BROS. WILL RELEASE ALL 2021 FILMS ON STREAMING SERVICE HBO MAX AND IN THEATERSTenetThe epic spy thriller from “Dark Knight” trilogy director Christopher Nolan grossed $359.9 million against a $200 million budget, making the bulk of its cash from the Chinese box office.It was finally available for home release on December 15th. 
This image released by Warner Bros. Entertainment shows Robert Pattinson, left, and John David Washington in a scene from ‘Tenet.’ (Melinda Sue Gordon/Warner Bros. Entertainment via AP)
HamiltonOne of the biggest Broadway shows ever hit Disney+ for paying subscribers. Walt Disney Studios reportedly acquired the worldwide distribution rights for the film for $75 million.Borat Subsequent MoviefilmThe mockumentary is the sequel fans finally got from Sasha Baron Cohen’s first “Borat” film. It was released on Amazon Prime Video.’BORAT 2′ STAR SACHA BARON COHEN DONATES $100K TO CHURCH OF WOMAN WHO APPEARED IN FILMMulanThe live-action remake dropped on Disney+ in September for an extra $30 fee and was also released into select theaters abroad. 
Yifei Liu as Mulan is the Disney remake. 
(Disney )Trolls: World TourUniversal decided to release the animated sequel on video on demand in April for a $19.99 fee. Within a month, the movie has racked up nearly $100 million in rentals.RunThe Hulu psychological thriller starring Sarah Paulson became the streaming service’s most-watched original movie ever in its opening weekend. ExtractionThe Chris Hemsworth-led action thriller netted 99 million views on Netflix since it premiered in April. The sequel is expected to start shooting in 2021.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPWonder Woman 1984The DC Comics superhero sequel is set to debut on both HBO Max and in U.S. movie theaters on Christmas Day. The $200 million-budgeted action movie will stream on HBO Max for a month at no additional cost to subscribers.

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