With a new year just around the corner, a whole 12 months full of movie magic follows. With it being 2020, movies reach audiences through a variety of platforms. Whether through theatres, Netflix, and now Disney+ Canada is heavily incorporated in so many films. Out of the most anticipated productions set for next year, these are the 2020 movie releases Canadians need to mark their calendars for.\nFrom Canadian actors to using the beautiful country as the backdrop to their films, these movies all somehow incorporate Hollywood North.\nGhost Busters: Afterlife\nRelease Date: July 8 2020\nThe most recent Ghost Busters reboot didn't exactly hit that box office or critic sweet spot, which could be why they're giving the reboot idea another go.\nThis time the film will be called Ghost Busters: Afterlife and will follow a single mother and her two children. After being evicted from their home, they move into a home once owned by their grandfather. When weird things begin happening in their town the children realize the connection they have to the original Ghostbusters gang.\nCanadians will get to see their favourite child actor, Finn Wolfhard, on the big screen as one of the main characters.\nFree Guy\nRelease Date: July 1 2020\nRyan Reynolds basically has had a new movie coming out every month. Between his adventures as Deadpool, Pikachu, his delve into the Netflix realm and now this new movie, there's been no downtime when it comes to movie releases for this father of three.\nFree Guy will follow a bank worker who realizes he's the background character in a simulation. He soon realizes he's a part of a video game that is threatened with going offline permanently.\nP.S I Still Love You\nView this post on Instagram Your first look at the #ToAllTheBoysIveLovedBefore sequel is here! 💕 In 'To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You,' the follow-up to the hit 2018 Netflix film, Lara Jean is torn between Peter and John. Click the link in our bio for more details and exclusive photos. 📷: Bettina Strauss/Netflix A post shared by Entertainment Weekly (@entertainmentweekly) on Dec 12, 2019 at 7:12am PST\nRelease Date: February 12 2020\nThe second installment in the To All the Boys I've Loved Before series will be hitting Netflix in early 2020.\nPart two will further explore the relationship between the Covey sister as well as Lara Jean and Peter Convinsky. The production has also been dropping hints at a potential love triangle including John Ambrose McClaren (Jordan Fisher).\nNot only was this movie filmed in Vancouver, but it also stars Canadian actress Anna Cathcart.\nThe Grudge\nRelease Date: January 3, 2020\nWinnipeg, Manitoba got spooky this past year when it was host to the production of the next The Grudge movie.\nThe Grudge 2020 will follow the same storyline as all past films taking place at the same time as the original as well.\nIMDb describes the film as, "A house is cursed by a vengeful ghost that dooms those who enter it with a violent death."\nSaw IX The Organ Donor\nView this post on Instagram The great @nappo.tony stopped by set! Have always loved shooting him in the face. #saw2, #Mothersday, #Saw A post shared by Darren Bousman (@darrenbousman) on Aug 19, 2019 at 5:50am PDT\nRelease Date: May 15, 2020\nThe new Saw movie was developed and produced by Chris Rock.\nThe movie's plot is being kept under wraps but has a working title of The Organ Donor.\nIt also spent time filming on the streets and studios of Toronto last summer.\nHome Alone Reboot (Montreal)\nView this post on Instagram 🙀 KEEEEEEVINNNNNNNNNN 🙀 Home Alone (1,2, AND 3) are here just in time for the long weekend. Start streaming now on #DisneyPlus—home alone or not. A post shared by Disney+ (@disneyplus) on Nov 27, 2019 at 7:08pm PST\nRelease Date: N/A\nThe plot for this Disney+ original is being kept hidden from the public as well right now.\nHowever, they recently released the names of 3 actors to star in the film that will be filmed in Montreal, Quebec next summer.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.