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The Biggest Movies Coming to Theaters in August 2021 – Boxoffice

As the joke goes: on the first day of school, what did the teacher say her three favorite words were? June, July and August.

The end of the summer makes people want to cram in all that fun and entertainment at the last minute, and cinemas are obliging with a packed schedule of films to close out the season. Here’s your guide to the titles playing wide on the big screen in August 2021.

The Suicide Squad

Friday, August 6

Premise: Margot Robbie returns as Harley Quinn in this R-rated action comedy sequel about a team of offbeat and inappropriate superheroes, which now add John Cena’s Peacemaker, Idris Elba’s Bloodsport, and Pete Davidson’s Blackguard. Guardians of the Galaxy screenwriter and director James Gunn helms. 

Box office comparisons: 2016’s prior installment remains the biggest August opening weekend of all time by a large margin with $133.6M, ending with a $325.1M domestic total. However, the franchise appeared to quickly lose steam, as the Quinn-centered spinoff Birds of Prey failed to fly with a $33.0M start / $84.1M total.

Don’t Breathe 2

Friday, August 13

Premise: Stephen Lang returns as Norman Nordstrom, a blind man fighting home intruders, in this R-rated horror thriller sequel.

Box office comparisons: August 2016’s original installment breathed easy with a better-than-expected $26.4M opening / $89.2M domestic total.

Free Guy

Friday, August 13

Premise: Ryan Reynolds stars as the titular Guy, a video game background character on a mission to save his entire — albeit digital — world before the game’s developers shut it down. Shawn Levy (Night at the MuseumCheaper by the Dozen) directs.

Box office comparisons: In terms of “video games

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