2020 looks set to be a bumper year for nostalgia based movies. It feels like Hollywood is aiming for the 30-45 demographic with a whole host of movies that this age group grew up with and one we all still remember before we all get too old! With remakes, sequels and continuations here is Retroheadz pick of the upcoming movies that might just be worthy of a cinema trip or two in 2020. Bill & Ted Face The Music Bill and Ted are finally back with the third instalment of the classic dude movie franchise that started in 1988. The movie has been rumoured for years and finally it's happening. This time they've got to save their kids so hopefully they'll be more dude based time travel shenanigans that made the original movie so much fun. Keanu Reeves and Alex Winter are back reprising their iconic roles and it should be a rock and roll ride of most triumphant proportions. It's out in the US on the 21st August 2020 and the UK should be a week or two later hopefully. Candyman Candyman is back and will be a sequel to the 1992 horror movie that had everyone avoiding mirrors and saying the Candyman's name five times (just in case of course!) Whilst its a reboot of the Clive Barker original it's slated as being a spiritual sequel and for fans of the original it could be a must see. Candyman is out on the 12th June 2020. Ghostbusters Ghostbusters is back and includes Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Sigourney Weaver who look to be supporting a new generation of Ghostbusters. Not much is know about the plot yet but if it closely follows the original 1984 Ghostbusters movie then so be it. At the moment its scheduled to come out in the US on the 10th July 2020 and the UK should follow soon after. Top Gun Maverick Youtube Screenshot We reported on the new Top Gun movie a while back and now that the nostalgia inducing trailer is out we can't wait to see how similar or different its going to be. We already know the iconic F-14 Tomcat that was the star of the 1986 movie is retired and being replaced by the F-18 Super Hornet and the trailer had tons of nostalgic nods to the first movie too. Top Gun Maverick is out on the 17th July 2020. He-Man Masters of The Universe The iconic 80's toy line and subsequent after school cartoon series that helped sell them in droves already has a live action movie. The 1987 version starred Dolph Lunren as the muscle man who takes on Skeletor and now we have a new movie scheduled for late 2020. And yes, it looks like there will be a new toy line to coincide with it too. so your inner child will probably add those your Christmas list because who wants socks when you can have He-Man toys! Bad Boys For Life Will Smith and Martin Lawrence are back for the third Bad Boys movie where they go up against a drug cartel in Miami. Expect more stylish action and sun drenched scenes interspersed with attitude that this duo provides. Bad Boys for Life is out on the 17th January 2020 in the UK. Dune Dune is known as one of the greatest sci-fi books ever written and also one of the hardest make into a movie due to it's complex story about Spice, rivalry, religion and intergalactic travel with the help of mutated navigators. We loved the 1984 version of Dune even though it was panned by critics. Hopefully the new version will be either just as good or better and this is one for the serious sci-fi fans to get very excited about. Dune is out on the 20th November 2020 in the UK and will hopefully be well worth venturing out for. Wonder Woman 1984 Whilst it's not a reboot or remake, we are looking forward to seeing this as its set in 1984. As this is a big budget movie expect to see nostalgia inducing period things such as fashion, cars and music from 1984 which will be worth looking out for on top at the same time as watching the movie. Wonder Woman 1984 is out on the 5th June 2020 in the UK. Coming 2 America When we heard about a new Coming to America we were expecting a reboot, instead its a sequel to the hilarious 1984 movie about an African Prince who goes to America to find love. This time around Eddie Murphy's Prince Akeem and his servant Semmi (played by Arsenio Hall) come back to America to find his long lost son. Expect a lot of laughs centred around culture shock but you'll have a wait as its due out in the UK on the 18th December 2020. The Witches Remember The Witches? The classic movie based on the Roald Dahl book came out in 1990 in the UK and now we have a US based reboot to watch if you were a fan of the original it might be worth a watch with the kids. The Witches is out on the 16th October 2020 so just in time for Halloween build up. Godzilla v's Kong There's always room for more Godzilla in our eyes and the sequel to Godzilla King of Monsters now has the King Kong battling it out with Toho's creation whilst humanity does it best to get rid of them both. It should be a feast for the eyes with destruction and chaos aplenty and we only have to wait till March 2020 to see it and supposedly only one can survive so we're going with Godzilla because he has Atomic Breath! So there you have it , there's plenty of 2020 movies to get you feeling all nostalgic and excited at the same time. Which 2020 movies are you most excited about seeing? Let us know in the comment below or on the Retroheadz Facebook page.