Another year. And another decade that looks like it might start rather quiet after a year that was something like one of those rare occasions when all planets aligned when you think about what Disney delivered. For that company 2020 certainly is a stark contrast with no real sequels next year, although I suppose you can say Black Widow and Eternals are kind of sequels since they are the next chapters in the ongoing MCU-saga. Also noteworthy; there's no Avengers or Star Wars for the first time since 2014. Disney should be less dominant. But Black Widow and Eternals I'd say are two of strongest candidates of winning the box office race. Sure, it's possible the interest in the MCU-movies will wane somewhat in this post-Avengers era, but unless these movies turns out to be real disasters qualitywise I don't see why they won't be there at the top. Wonder Woman 1984 could be a contender and perhaps the year will be a battle between two female superheroes. All in all though it feels like an unusually tricky year to predict. Fast & Furious 9 could be huge obviously, but maybe there will be some franchise fatigue there, being released less than a year after Hobbs & Shaw. Mulan feels like something of a dark horse. Could be really huge depending on the performance in China.