List of Warner Bros. films (2020–2029)

The following is a list of films produced, co-produced, and/or distributed by Warner Bros. in 2020–2029. The list does not include Japanese films distributed by Warner Bros. Pictures Japan or distribution of non-US local films in only one or few markets.

Logo used since 2023
Logo used since 2023
  • A signifies a PVOD release.
  • A signifies a direct-to-video release or streaming release exclusively through Max.
  • A § signifies a simultaneous release to theaters and on Max.
  • A * signifies a streaming release through a third-party streaming service.

Released edit

Release date Title Notes
February 7, 2020 Birds of Prey (and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) co-production with DC Films, LuckyChap Entertainment, Kroll & Co. Entertainment, and Clubhouse Pictures[nb 1]
March 6, 2020 The Way Back co-production with Bron Creative, Mayhem Pictures, Jennifer Todd Pictures, and Film Tribe[nb 2]
May 15, 2020 Scoob! co-production with Warner Animation Group, 1492 Pictures and Atlas Entertainment[nb 3]
August 6, 2020 An American Pickle A Warner Max film; produced by Point Grey Pictures and Sony Pictures; distributed by HBO Max
September 3, 2020 Tenet co-production with Syncopy Inc.[nb 4]
September 10, 2020 Unpregnant A Warner Max film; produced by Berlanti Productions and Picturestart; distributed by HBO Max
October 8, 2020 Charm City Kings A Warner Max film; produced by Overbrook Entertainment; distributed by HBO Max
October 22, 2020 The Witches co-production with Esperanto Filmoj, ImageMovers, and Necropia Entertainment; distributed by HBO Max in the United States[1]
November 26, 2020 Superintelligence A Warner Max film; produced by New Line Cinema, Bron Creative, and On the Day Productions; distributed by HBO Max[2]
December 10, 2020 Let Them All Talk A Warner Max film; Last HBO Max film released as Warner Max; produced by Extension 765; distributed by HBO Max[3]
December 25, 2020 Wonder Woman 1984 § co-production with DC Films, The Stone Quarry and Atlas Entertainment[nb 5][4][5][6]
January 14, 2021 Locked Down co-production with AGC Studios, Storyteller Productions; distributed by HBO Max[7][8][9]
January 29, 2021 The Little Things § co-production with Gran Via Productions
February 12, 2021 Judas and the Black Messiah § nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture;
co-production with MACRO, Bron Creative and Participant[10]
February 26, 2021 Tom & Jerry § co-production with Warner Animation Group[5][11]
March 18, 2021 Zack Snyder's Justice League co-production with DC Films, Atlas Entertainment, and The Stone Quarry; distributed by HBO Max[12][13][14]
March 31, 2021 Godzilla vs. Kong § distribution worldwide except for Japan; co-production with Legendary Entertainment, Toho and Disruption Entertainment[5][15]
April 23, 2021 Mortal Kombat § co-production with New Line Cinema, Atomic Monster, and Broken Road Productions
May 14, 2021 Those Who Wish Me Dead § co-production with New Line Cinema and Bron Creative[16][17]
June 4, 2021 The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It § co-production with New Line Cinema, Atomic Monster and The Safran Company
June 11, 2021 In the Heights § co-production with 5000 Broadway Productions, Barrio Grrrl! Productions, Likely Story, SGS Pictures and Endeavor Content[18][19]
July 1, 2021 No Sudden Move distributed by HBO Max
July 16, 2021 Space Jam: A New Legacy § co-production with Warner Animation Group, Proximity, and SpringHill Company
August 6, 2021 The Suicide Squad § co-production with DC Films, Atlas Entertainment and The Safran Company
August 20, 2021 Reminiscence § co-production with FilmNation Entertainment, Kilter Films, and Michael De Luca Productions[20]
September 10, 2021 Malignant § distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema, Starlight Media and Atomic Monster[15]
September 17, 2021 Cry Macho § co-production with Malpaso Productions[21]
October 1, 2021 The Many Saints of Newark § co-production with HBO Films, New Line Cinema and Chase Films[22]
October 22, 2021 Dune § nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture;
co-production with Legendary Entertainment, Disruption Entertainment and Villeneuve Films[23]
November 19, 2021 King Richard § nominee of the Academy Award for Best Picture and distribution worldwide except for Germany;
co-production with Westbrook Studios, Star Thrower Entertainment and Global Screen
November 24, 2021 8-Bit Christmas co-production with New Line Cinema and Star Thrower Entertainment; distributed by HBO Max[24]
December 22, 2021 The Matrix Resurrections § co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Venus Castina Productions and Deutscher Filmförderfonds[25]
January 27, 2022 The Fallout co-production with New Line Cinema, Clear Horizon, SSS Entertainment, The Burstein Company, 828 Media Capital and Clear Media Finance; distributed by HBO Max[26]
February 10, 2022 Kimi co-production with New Line Cinema; distributed by HBO Max[27]
March 4, 2022 The Batman co-production with DC Films, 6th & Idaho and Dylan Clark Productions
March 31, 2022 Moonshot co-production with New Line Cinema, Berlanti/Schechter Films and Entertainment 360; distributed by HBO Max
April 11, 2022 Navalny co-production with Cottage M, Fishbowl Films, RaeFilm Studios, CNN Films and HBO Max[28]
April 15, 2022 Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore co-production with Heyday Films,[29][30] last Warner Bros. film released under WarnerMedia before Discovery's acquisition of WarnerMedia.
June 16, 2022 Father of the Bride co-production with Plan B Entertainment;[31][32][33] distributed by HBO Max; first Warner Bros. film released under Warner Bros. Discovery after Discovery's merger of WarnerMedia.
June 24, 2022 Elvis co-production with Bazmark Films and The Jackal Group
July 29, 2022 DC League of Super-Pets co-production with Warner Animation Group, DC Entertainment and Seven Bucks Productions[34]
September 23, 2022 Don't Worry Darling distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema and Vertigo Entertainment[35][36]
October 21, 2022 Black Adam co-production with New Line Cinema, DC Films, Seven Bucks Productions and Flynn Picture Company[37][38]
November 17, 2022 A Christmas Story Christmas co-production with Legendary Entertainment, Wild West Picture Show Productions, Toberoff Productions and Turner Entertainment; distributed by HBO Max[39]
November 18, 2022 Bones and All international distribution only; produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Apartment Pictures, 3 Marys Entertainment, Wise Pictures, Memo Films, Tenderstories, Ela Film, Serfis, Immobiliare Manila and Frenesy Film Company [40][41]
November 24, 2022 Holiday Harmony co-production with ESX Entertainment; distributed by HBO Max[42]
A Christmas Mystery
December 1, 2022 A Hollywood Christmas
January 13, 2023 House Party distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema and SpringHill Company[43]
February 10, 2023 Magic Mike's Last Dance co-production with Free Association[44][45]
February 24, 2023 Mummies distribution only; produced by 4 Cats Pictures, Anangu Grup and Moomios Movie AIE
March 3, 2023 Creed III international distribution only; produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Balboa Productions, Chartoff-Winkler Productions and Proximity Media[46]
March 17, 2023 Shazam! Fury of the Gods co-production with New Line Cinema, DC Studios and The Safran Company[47]
April 5, 2023 Air international distribution only; produced by Amazon MGM Studios, Skydance Media, Artists Equity and Mandalay Pictures
April 21, 2023 Evil Dead Rise distribution worldwide except for the UK and France; co-production with New Line Cinema, Raimi Productions and Ghost House Pictures[47]
June 16, 2023 The Flash co-production with DC Studios, The Disco Factory and Double Dream[48][34]
July 21, 2023 Barbie co-production with Mattel Films, LuckyChap Entertainment and Heyday Films[49][50][51]
August 4, 2023 Meg 2: The Trench co-production with Gravity Pictures, CMC Pictures and Di Bonaventura Pictures[52][34]
August 18, 2023 Blue Beetle co-production with DC Studios and the Safran Company[53][54][55]
August 25, 2023 Bottoms distribution in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and the United Kingdom; produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Orion Pictures and Brownstone Productions[56][57]
September 8, 2023 The Nun II distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema, Atomic Monster and The Safran Company[47]
November 17, 2023 Saltburn international distribution only; produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, MRC, LuckyChap Entertainment and Lie Still[58][59][60]
December 15, 2023 Wonka co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, The Roald Dahl Story Company, Heyday Films, and Domain Entertainment[61][62][34][63]
December 22, 2023 Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom co-production with DC Studios, Atomic Monster, The Safran Company and Domain Entertainment[61][64]
December 25, 2023 The Color Purple co-production with OW Films, Amblin Entertainment, SGS Pictures, Quincy Jones Productions and Domain Entertainment[61][65]

Upcoming edit

Release date Title Notes Production status
March 1, 2024 Dune: Part Two co-production with Legendary Entertainment, Disruption Entertainment and Villeneuve Films[66][67][68] Completed
March 29, 2024 Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire distribution worldwide except for Japan; co-production with Legendary Entertainment, Toho and Disruption Entertainment[69][70][71]
April 26, 2024 Challengers international distribution only; produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Pascal Pictures[72][73][74]
May 24, 2024 Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and Kennedy Miller Mitchell[75][76][77] Post-production
June 7, 2024 The Watchers distribution only; produced by Blinding Edge Pictures and Inimitable Pictures[78]
June 28, 2024 Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter 1 US distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema and Territory Pictures[79][80][81] Completed
July 19, 2024 Twisters international distribution only; co-production with Universal Pictures, Amblin Entertainment and The Kennedy/Marshall Company[82][83] Post-production
August 2, 2024 Trap co-production with Blinding Edge Pictures[84]
August 16, 2024 Horizon: An American Saga – Chapter 2 US distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema and Territory Pictures[79][80][81]
September 6, 2024 Beetlejuice Beetlejuice co-production with Plan B Entertainment and Tim Burton Productions[85][86][87]
October 4, 2024 Joker: Folie à Deux co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, DC Studios, Bron Creative and Joint Effort[88][89]
November 15, 2024 Alto Knights co-production with Winkler Films[64]
Red One International distribution only; produced by Amazon MGM Studios, Seven Bucks Productions, The Detective Agency and Chris Morgan Productions[90] Completed
December 13, 2024 The Lord of the Rings: The War of the Rohirrim distribution only; produced by Warner Bros. Animation, New Line Cinema and Sola Entertainment[91][92][67] In production
January 31, 2025 Mickey 17 co-production with Offscreen, Kate Street Picture Company and Plan B Entertainment[93][94][95][71][96] Post-production
April 4, 2025 Minecraft co-production with Legendary Entertainment, Mojang Studios, Vertigo Entertainment and Domain Entertainment[65][97][98] Filming
July 11, 2025 Superman: Legacy co-production with DC Studios[99] Pre-production
October 3, 2025 The Batman – Part II co-production with DC Studios and 6th & Idaho[100][99]

Undated films edit

Release date Title Notes Production status
Q2 2024 The Day the Earth Blew Up: A Looney Tunes Movie North American and other countries distribution only; co-production with Warner Bros. Animation and GFM Animation[101][102] Completed
2024 Fixed co-distribution with Columbia Pictures; co-production with Sony Pictures Animation and New Line Cinema[103][104]
Super/Man: The Christopher Reeve Story co-distribution with DC Studios, HBO, CNN Films and Max only; produced by Words + Pictures, Passion Pictures, Misfits Entertainment and Jenco Films[105]
Turtles All the Way Down co-production with New Line Cinema and Temple Hill Entertainment; distributed by Max[106][107]
2025 The Cat in the Hat co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation and Dr. Seuss Enterprises[108][109] Pre-production
2026 Thing One and Thing Two co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation and Dr. Seuss Enterprises[108][110]
2027 Oh, the Places You'll Go! co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation, Dr. Seuss Enterprises, and Bad Robot Productions[108][110]
TBA Am I OK? distribution only; produced by Gloria Sanchez Productions, Picturestart, TeaTime Pictures and Something Fierce Productions; co-distributed with Max[111] Completed
Juror No. 2 co-production with Dichotomy, Gotham Group and Malpaso Productions[112] Post-production
Maude v Maude co-production with HalleHolly and RK Films[113] Pre-production
Mortal Kombat 2 distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema, Atomic Monster, and Broken Road Productions[114] Post-production
Salem's Lot distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema, Atomic Monster, Vertigo Entertainment and Wolper Organization Completed
The Parenting co-production with New Line Cinema and Good Fear Content; distributed by Max[115]
Toto co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation[116][117][65] In production
Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson film [118][119] Filming
Weapons distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema, BoulderLight Pictures and Vertigo Entertainment[120]
Untitled Alejandro G. Iñárritu film co-production with Legendary Entertainment[121] Pre-production
Untitled Frankenstein film [122]
Untitled Ryan Coogler film co-production with Proximity Media[123]

In development edit

Title Notes
Alien Legion co-production with Angry Films[124]
The Authority distribution only; produced by DC Studios[99]
Attack of the 50 Foot Woman co-production with Tim Burton Productions[125]
Bad Fairies co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation and Locksmith Animation[126][127]
BAM Bus co-production with New Line Cinema and Panoramic Media[128]
Billy Summers co-production with Bad Robot Productions and Appian Way Productions[129]
Black co-production with Black Mask Studios and Studio 8[130]
The Bodyguard co-production with Kasdan Pictures and Rideback[131]
The Brave and the Bold distribution only; produced by DC Studios and Double Dream[99][132][133]
Calamity Hustle co-production with Walsh Company, Free Association, Maximum Effort and Persons Attempting[134]
Captain Planet co-production with Appian Way Productions[135]
China Rich Girlfriend co-production with Color Force and Ivanhoe Pictures[136][137][138][139]
City of Angels co-production with Atlas Entertainment and Perez Pictures[140]
Classified distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema, 87Eleven Productions and Underground Films[141]
The Come Up distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema and Wrigley Pictures[142][143]
Companion co-production with New Line Cinema, Vertigo Entertainment and BoulderLight Pictures[144]
Constantine 2 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, DC Studios, Weed Road Pictures and Bad Robot Productions[145]
DC League of Super-Pets 2 co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation, DC Entertainment and Seven Bucks Productions[146]
Demolition Man 2 co-production with Silver Pictures[147]
Disaster Wedding co-production with End Cue[148]
Drowning: The Rescue of Flight 1421 co-production with The Story Factory[149]
Dune: Part Three co-production with Legendary Entertainment and Villeneuve Films[150][151][152][153]
The Executioner co-production with Dark Castle Entertainment, Atomic Monster, Silver Pictures, The Safran Company and Atlas Entertainment[154]
Final Destination 6: Bloodlines co-production with New Line Cinema, Practical Pictures and Zide Pictures[155][156]
The Fugitive co-production with Picturestart[157]
Funko co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation[158][159]
The Great Chinese Art Heist co-production with Electric Somewhere, GQ Studios and Crab Club[160]
Heat 2 co-production with Regency Enterprises[161]
Hot Wheels co-production with Mattel Films and Bad Robot Productions[162]
The Hunger co-production with Berlanti Schechter[163]
The Ice Dragon co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation[164]
I Am Legend 2 co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Outlier Society, Westbrook Studios and Weed Road Pictures[165]
In Five Years co-production with New Line Cinema and Working Title Films; distributed by Max[166]
Irena Sendler co-production with Pilot Wave[167][168]
Killer Vacation co-production with The Safran Company[169]
The King co-production with New Line Cinema, ImageMovers, Seven Bucks Productions and FlynnPictureCo[170]
The Last Train to New York co-production with New Line Cinema, Atomic Monster, Gaumont Film Company, Next Entertainment World and Coin Operated[171]
Lethal Finale co-production with Silver Pictures; distributed by Max[172][173][174]
Live Die Repeat and Repeat co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and 3 Arts Entertainment[175][176][177]
The Lunar Chronicles co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation and Locksmith Animation[127]
The Lost Boys co-production with Automatik Entertainment[178]
Mallari co-production with Mentorque Productions and Clever Minds[179]
The Masters of Mini-Golf co-production with Orchard Farm Productions; distributed by Max[180]
Meebo and Me co-production with Khalabo Ink Society and Lit Entertainment Group[181]
Meet the Flintstones co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation[182]
Metal Men co-production with DC Studios and IMAX Entertainment[183]
The Naughty One co-production with New Line Cinema; distributed by Max[184]
Ocean's Eleven co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, LuckyChap Entertainment and Everyman Pictures[185]
The Pinkerton co-production with Bad Robot Productions[186]
Portal co-production with Bad Robot Productions and Valve Corporation[187]
Prowl distribution only; co-production with New Line Cinema and Flynn Picture Company[188]
Queen of the Air co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures and LuckyChap Entertainment[189]
Ready Player Two co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Amblin Entertainment, De Line Pictures and Farah Films & Management[190]
Romantic Comedy co-production with New Line Cinema and Hello Sunshine[191]
Rush Hour 4 co-production with New Line Cinema and Roger Birnbaum Productions[192]
Rich People Problems co-production with Color Force and Ivanhoe Pictures[137][138][139]
Shibumi co-production with Alcon Entertainment and 87Eleven Productions[193][194]
So What's Going On? co-production with Motown[195]
Space Invaders co-production with Weed Road Pictures and Safehouse Pictures[196][197][198][199]
Stay Frosty co-production with Dark Horse Entertainment[200]
The Sundance Kid Might Have Some Regrets co-production with Jackson Pictures[201]
Super High co-production with New Line Cinema and 3 Arts Entertainment[202]
Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow distribution only; produced by DC Studios[99]
Swamp Thing distribution only; produced by DC Studios[99]
Thaw distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema, Gunpowder & Sky and Aperture Entertainment[203][204]
Them! [205]
ThunderCats co-production with Legendary Entertainment and Rideback[206]
Under Siege co-production with Regency Enterprises; distributed by Max[207]
Undo co-production with New Line Cinema and FlynnPictureCo[208]
Untitled The Accountant sequel co-production with Electric City Entertainment and Zero Gravity Management[209]
Untitled Bad Robot Productions film co-production with Bad Robot Productions and Jackson Films[210]
Untitled Bugs Bunny film co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation[211]
Untitled Crazy Rich Asians spin-off co-production with Color Force and SK Global[212]
Untitled Detective Pikachu sequel international distribution only; co-production with Columbia Pictures, Legendary Entertainment, The Pokémon Company and Toho[213]
Untitled Frank Bullitt film co-production with Amblin Entertainment[214]
Untitled Hello Kitty film distribution only; produced by New Line Cinema, Flynn Picture Co. and Sanrio[215][216][217]
Untitled third Sesame Street film co-production with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Sesame Workshop, Entertainment 360 and 21 Laps Entertainment[5][218][219][220][221][222][223]
Untitled Teddy Pendergrass biopic co-production with Alcon Entertainment, Black Label Media, De Line Pictures, Lee Daniels Entertainment and Voltron Pictures[224]
Untitled third Sherlock Holmes film co-production with Village Roadshow Pictures, Silver Pictures, Rideback and Team Downey[225][226][227]
Wed Wabbit co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation and Locksmith Animation[228]
The Wizard of Oz co-production with New Line Cinema, The Hideaway Entertainment and Temple Hill Entertainment[229][230][231]
The Women [232]
Zero co-production with Warner Bros. Pictures Animation, Animal Logic and Imagine Entertainment[233]

See also edit

Notes edit

  1. ^ Theatrically released on February 7, 2020, and later released on Premium VOD on March 24, 2020, in response to the closure of theaters across the globe impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  2. ^ Theatrically released on March 6, 2020, but was later released on Premium VOD on March 24, 2020, in response to the closure of theaters across the globe impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
  3. ^ Originally planned for a worldwide theatrical release on May 15, 2020, was released on Premium VOD in the United States and Canada on this date in response to the closure of theaters across the globe impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. To make up for its intended worldwide theatrical release, it was later theatrically released in select countries with relaxed COVID-19 restrictions as of July 8, 2020.
  4. ^ Released in the United Kingdom and Canada on August 26, 2020.
  5. ^ Released in international theaters on December 16, 2020.

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