While the 2019 comes to us fast and furious (and yes, there is one of those films coming out this year), we wanted to take a moment to highlight some of the films we are here at ScienceFiction.com we do not see the # 39; time to see this year. This is by no means a complete list, only a subjective collection of films that we are looking forward to seeing on the big screen from now to December!
Almost all Marvel films
Ok, this is a bit of a trick, since it's not just a movie – but come on, how can you ask us to pick just one? Between a trio of participants at the Marvel Cinematic Universe and two X-Men films (including a film that gets the rare chance to "redo" a classic plot that has already been filmed once), we are ready and waiting for – in chronological order release – "Captain Marvel" from March 8th, "Avengers: Endgame" on April 26th, "X-Men: Dark Phoenix" on June 7th, "Spider-Man: Far From Home" on July 5th and "New Mutants" "on August 2nd.
Almost all Disney movies
Even here cheating – you're messing with us, are not you? Disney (the parent company of Marvel and the next film at the bottom of the list) are also doing overtime to produce entertainment for the masses, and this year they have 5 films that are sequels or remakes that come to the cinemas. In chronological order of release, we have "Dumbo" on March 29th, "Aladdin" on May 24th, "Toy Story 4" on June 21st, "The Lion King" on July 19th and "Frozen 2" on November 22nd.
Star Wars Episode IX
If you are reading this article here on ScienceFiction.com and did not know that there is a Star Wars movie coming out this year – the conclusion of the new trilogy, presumably leading to the closure of Rey, Finn, Kylo Ren and Skywalkers in general – well, let's just say you could fall on the intelligence ladder somewhere between a porg and a bantha. And this is saying something. The subtitle of the film has yet to be revealed at the time of writing this article, but since the film arrives on December 20th, we expect the Hype Machine to start rising at full speed around the summer of this issue. year.
& # 39; Shazam & # 39; it should be a very interesting litmus test for DC and their "new direction" in their extended film universe. With DC's first "modern era" film, which is a solo tour for a character who was not a member of the DCEU Justice League, the film's story revolves around 14-year-old Billy Batson, an adoptive child who accidentally stumbles through a mysterious wizard who gives him superhuman powers every time he pronounces the titular sentence. With Zachary Levi portrayed as the superhero form of Shazam and DC riding a wave of success recently since their most recent release, "Aquaman, & # 39; expectations are high for this film when it debuts on April 5th.
Pokémon: Detective Pikachu
It's always great when a film comes out of the left field to catch people by surprise and get them excited for its release. This is the case of & # 39; Detective Pikachu, & # 39; a project that was illuminated in mid-2016 but that did not really make a stir until its first trailer was released in November 2018. The uniqueness of a live Pokémon movie, Ryan Reynolds casting like the Titanic creature voice and a super eccentric preview trailer have joined together to make the buzz of this film soaring. It is scheduled for May 10th.
Another DC entering the list, & # 39; Joker & # 39; has the meaning of being the first great theatrical film by the comic company from the creation of the DC "Extended Universe" of films that it is not a part of the DCEU. The film intends to be the first of a line of separate features but focused on the evil of the DC realm; even if there were no official posters or trailers for the film as even before its release on October 4, the first news and the "leaked" photos of the star Joaquin Phoenix as a character of the title generated a strong initial interest.
IT: Chapter 2
Relying on the success of the "Chapter 1", ie the "reinvented" IT film that was released in theaters in 2017, "IT: Chapter 2" is a sequel / continuation that will probably present serious fears to accompany its serious star power: beyond to Jaeden Lieberher, Sophia Lillis, Jeremy Ray Taylor, Finn Wolfhard, Chosen Jacobs, Jack Dylan Grazer and Wyatt Oleff who resume their roles as the younger versions of the Losers Club members, the film features adult versions of the characters played by James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain, Jay Ryan, Bill Hader, Isaiah Mustafa, James Ransone and Andy Bean. Obviously, Bill Skarsgård is back to terrorizing them all as an ultra-creepy clown monster. Capture the film when it arrives in theaters on September 6th.
Men in Black: International
The Men in Black franchise has been interesting in recent years: after (very intriguing) plans have been announced that the MiB would "cross" with the film series "21 Jump Street" for their next release, people are very intrigued: could these two properties of a fusion of mega-guest star star Scooby-Doo-esque? Then things calmed down on the project and the 2018 brought us the news that the Men in Black series was moving in a different direction, bringing together "Thor: the browns of Ragnarok & # 39; Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson in 'Men in Black: International & # 39; only a few months ago, and the internet seems cautiously optimistic that this film of June 14 may reignite the franchise.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters
Oh boy, things are becoming real for humanity in the ever-growing world of MonsterVerse's interconnected movies, Legendary Pictures. First, we were told that the great guys Godzilla and King Kong were joining in for a "Rampage" launch in 2020 "Godzilla vs. Kong", but before that, the public must make their way through Godzilla: the King of the Monsters, who will see the ginormous titular lizard go mega-tip to a mega-toe with a plethora of other giant monsters like Mothra, Rodan, and the triple threat King Ghidorah. Expect the world to be shot down pretty well in the May 31 release of the film.
Jordan Peele has shown the world that he knows his horror when he released the extraordinary "Get Out" in 2017 to get rave reviews. Now, the writer and director are ready to show that the lightning can really hit him twice with the upcoming premiere of "Noi", a movie whose trailer was released last month and has absolutely captivated its audience. The details of the film are rather poor, but the main plot seems to revolve around a family on vacation that is inexplicably brought before those that seem to be evil versions of themselves. Expect the proverbial poo to hit the fan nationwide with the film that falls out of proportion on March 22nd.
The "dark horse" of this list, a sequel to "Zombieland" seemed to become more and more an unrealizable dream, further we moved from the original film release in 2009. But here we are, a whole decade and a failed television adaptation later, and the original creative team and crew are gathering to see if the lightning strikes can actually hit twice. Very little is known about the details of the plot of the film – a deliberate move by writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick – but it is confirmed that the original cast by Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone and Abigail Breslin will all return, along with Camaroo, the chameleon superstar of Zombieland, Bill Murray and the friend Ghostbuster Dan Aykroyd for good measure. See how many other rules have been made to be preserved when the film is released on October 11th.
Which movie above are you most excited to see in 2019? Which films coming up this year are not on our list but do you still have itching in anticipation? Let us know in the comments below!