To help to keep track with the upcoming movies in 2019. We are expecting live action movies from Disney, super hero movies from Marvel that will keep you glued to your screen.
Release date: January 11
Stars Bryan Cranston as a wealthy quadriplegic who hires Kevin Hart’s ex-con to be his caregiver. Watch the trailer below
Release date: January 18
In this movie features Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, and James McAvoy join forces as disturbed individuals with heightened powers. Watch the trailer below
Release date: January 25th
Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway star in this cerebral thriller about a man who is visited by his ex-wife, who begs him to save her from her abusive second husband—a plot that sends both of them into a dark web of deceit and chaos.
4. CHAOS WALKING
Release date: March 1
Tom Holland and Daisy Ridley playing two young adults who are on the run from fascist leaders in a dystopian, futuristic world.
5. CAPTAIN MARVEL
Release date: March 8
Oscar-winner Brie Larson steps gets into the Marvel game in this ’90s-set adventure about an air force pilot named Carol Danvers with mysterious super powers.
Release date: March 29
This is coming from Disney movies among the first of the three to hit the theaters in 2019. Tim Burton and tells the tale of a circus elephant with the ability to fly.
7. PET SEMATARY
Release date: April 5
Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz, and John Lithgow star in this remake of Stephen King’s horror classic about a family who move into a New England house—only to discover some terrifying secrets about the backyard.
8. UNDER THE SILVER LAKE
Release date: April 19
Director David Robert Mitchell brings another stylish thriller to the screen, with Andrew Garfield starring as a Los Angeles man who investigates the strange disappearance of a woman played by Riley Keough.
9. AVENGERS 4
Release date: May 3
The battle line has been drawn between the marvels biggest superheroes and their greatest foes. I’m sure you can’t wait to see this on your screen.
10. JOHN WINK: CHAPTER 3
Release date: May 17
The latest chapter of the John Wick series follows Keanu Reeves’s titular assassin as he outruns and outwits the legion of nameless killers who are out to get him.
11. ROCKET MAN
Release date: May 17
Dexter Fletcher joined the crew of this year’s Bohemian Rhapsody when director Bryan Singer was fired from the production
Release date: May 24
Guy Ritchie directs his own live-action Disney film, with Will Smith stepping into the big slippers to play the Genie first made famous by the late Robin Williams.
13. GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS
Release date: May 31
Godzilla is back again, and this time he brings with him Mothra, Rodan, and King Ghidorah for an full-on kaiju war.
14. X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX
Release date: June 7
Game of Thrones‘ Sophie Turner gets her big shot as a leading lady with this Jean Grey-centered addition to the X-Men franchise.
15. SPIDER MAN: FAR FROM HOME
Release date: July 5
The latest Avengers flick will certainly bring back Tom Holland’s Spider-Man, who will likely survive Thanos’s attempts at mass destruction so that he can go on to anchor another standalone movie.
16. THE LION KING
Release date: July 19
Watch the trailer
17. ZOMBIELAND 2
Release date: October
Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, and Abigail Breslin will return for this sequel to the 2009 black comedy about an unlikely group of survivors struggling to stay alive after a zombie apocalypse.
18. THE GOLDFINCH
Release date: October 11
Ansel Elgort, Sarah Paulson, Jeffrey Wright, and Nicole Kidman star in this adaptation of Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel about a teenage boy whose life is changed after he survives a terrorist attack in New York City.
19. TERMINATOR REBOOT
Release date: November 1
Arnold Schwarzenegger returns for another installment of the Terminator franchise
20. Star Wars: Episode IX
Release date: December 20
The Skywalker saga comes to a close as J.J. Abrams steps back into the director chair to finish out the epic sci-fi movie series.