You Should Watch These Comedies In The Cinema

With the upcoming Wonder-Woman movie delayed and with no-one there to tell us if the cinemas are going to be open again, we've felt an urge to recommend you about some movie comedies that already been on the big screen and some that were delayed, and we hope that you'll be lucky enough to watch at your local cinema (as soon as it will be open to the public). Oh gosh, we sure miss the smell of fresh popcorn!

You Should Watch These Comedies In The Cinema

Ghostbusters: Afterlife - Delayed to March 5, 2021

There's no sense keeping it a secret. Director Jason Reitman announced that he's working on a new Ghostbusters movie. Though recently there was a Ghostbusters (2016) remake, it didn't do the original movie any justice.

But don't worry, this time, they're planning on doing it right. Of course, they'll star new actors, including Paul Rudd, Mckenna Grace, and Finn Wolfhard. But will also feature the original cast, Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, Annie Potts, and Bill Murray.

Dolittle - Released last January

Haven't we already Dolittle? Is it just me? Well, your eyes aren't deceiving you, Dolittle has been made into several adaptations of the children's book, yet it's making another comeback to the big screen. The story follows a doctor and veterinarian in Victorian England who goes on a hunt for a cure after the Queen of England falls ill.

They're giving Dolittle another go, but instead of Eddie Murphy, the role is being played by Robert Downey Jr. It has an impressive cast, including Tom Holland, Rami Malek, and Selena Gomez. 

Free Guy - Coming Out This December

You'll have to wait for summer 2020 to roll around to see Free Guy. Starring Ryan Reynolds, the story follows Guy (Reynolds), a bank teller who discovers he's an NPC in a violent and brutal video game.

Directed by Stranger Things' Shawn Levy, the movie will also feature Stranger Things' actor Joe Keery. Reynolds will also be reuniting with co-star Taika Waititi, who both played in Green Lantern. Though they probably wished no one remembered that, you can't undo what was done in that film.

Bad Boys for Life - Released last January

It's been a long waited seventeen years, but thankfully, we can finally say that Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are reuniting for the third movie of the Bad Boys series.

Fans of the franchise have waited long enough, but both actors confirmed the movie via Instagram. Smith and Lawrence are playing their original characters, Mike Lowrey and Marcus Burnett, two detectives from the Miami Police Department taking on a violent drug cartel. We're looking forward to seeing their energy on the big screen ‐ we've waited long enough.

Legally Blonde 3 - TBD

Almost two decades ago, we were blessed with seeing Reese Witherspoon in Legally Blonde. As you know, she played Elle Woods, a determined law student, fighting against the discrimination and stereotypes of the "dumb blonde."

The only thing is not much has been discussed about the movie. Everything is being kept tight-lipped about the plot details and schedule, even though Witherspoon has confirmed the third movie is in the works. What do you think is going to happen in Legally Blonde 3?