Hollywood Movies To Get About Excited About In 2019
  • Mar 4, 2019
  • Kateeba derrick
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Hollywood Movies To Get About Excited About In 2019

As the weather warms up, so are the cinemas as the blockbuster season is lying just around the corner. 2019 has come with a full blast of taste to charm almost all your movie preferences. With the year having already opened up with movies like Glass and Alitta: Battle Angel believe me when I say “the best is yet to come”. Here are some of the most anticipated movies of the year 2019. One thing to keep in mind is that they are in no particular order but rather my personal choice.



Avengers: Endgame



Expected Release date: April 26th

Why we're excited: With the fateful and emotional ending of Avengers( Infinity War), the odds are high that Avengers: Endgame will have scenes devoted to grief and anger alongside multiple long funeral sequences. Expect no epic space-battles, humorous one-liners, or clever call-backs to previous movies just raw sorrow over the horrors Thanos unleashed at the end of infinity war. Or, you know, the remaining Avengers with the addition of Antman will have to team up to rescue all their ‘snapped’ buddies. Honestly, it could go either way. Just keep an eye out for Tom Holland (Spiderman)’s Instagram given his history of spilling the beans.

(Watch the trailer here)



 



Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw



Release date: August 2nd

Why we're excited: If you’re ever in need of a person to fight a genetically enhanced terrorist with superhuman tactics and strength who do you call? You are right if you guessed Dwayne “rock” Johnson.  There has certainly been plenty of BTS drama in the Fast&Furious crew, not least of which are Tyrese Gibson's dramatic subtweets of The Rock, but let's be real: a movie starring Johnson's villain-turned-hero Luke Hobbs teaming up with (or facing off against?) Jason Statham's Deckard Shaw with Idris Elba in the mix is a sure can't-miss.



(Watch the trailer here)



 



Captain Marvel



Release date: March 8th

Why we're excited: Well this is a movie one following the political climate one would have seen coming from a mile away. Captain Marvel is set to be the first female lead marvel superhero. Starring Brie Larson as the butt-kicking Carol Danvers in this '90s-set story. She is caught between a galactic war fighting the shapeshifting Skrulls alongside Jude Law and Gemma Chan. However, the Marvel cinematic universe (MCU) is faced with one huge challenge of integrating her into the MCU (looking already jam-packed) and addressing her immense powers and abilities comic wise.

(Watch the trailer here)  



 



John Wick: Parabellum 



Release date: May 17th

Why we're excited: John Wick is back at it again, except this time around nobody killed his Dog. Following the events of John Wick Chapter 2, Wick broke one of the cardinal rules of his business when he killed a man inside a safe zone, so with a fat and healthy bounty on his head and his life on the line, he has to fight his way out of New York City all by himself. Why? Well, the intricate network of homeless agents, high ammo-powered assassins, street motels crossing border won't be able to help him.



(Watch the trailer here)



 



Shazam!



Release date: April 5th

Why we're excited: With the ultimate success of Aqua man at the box office, DCEU looks to add on that with a story of Billy Batson a 14-year-old who can turn into an adult Superhero by simply shouting one word! Expect a lot of humour in this one. This superpower will be challenged by the rise of Evil Dr Thaddeus Sivana as will be shown at the sneak peek following Aqua Man Special features (Blu-ray)



(Watch the trailer here)                                                            



 



Men In Black International 



Release date: June 16th

Why we're excited: This 20+-year-old franchise is getting some fresh breath. But with Will Smith (Agent J) over at Disney playing the Genie in Aladdin, this time around its Chris Hemsworth (Agent H) and Tessa Thompson (Agent M) are the new duo (after smashing Thor Ragnarok) defending the galaxy. Liam Neeson and Emma Thompson as their elder counterparts. The movies mostly revolve around London. But even with the high-tech weaponry lying around, the aliens seem to keep on coming

(Watch the trailer here)



 



Spider-Man: Far From Home 



Initial Release Date: July 5th

Plot: Hold on what! You're saying, Tom Holland’s character “Peter Parker” probably didn't get snapped in Infinity War? This is probably the prequel to Avengers infinity war since no one's buying that, particularly because he's back for this sequel but Marvel's done weirder things. Anyway, Peter and his school friends are on vacation in Europe, where he probably has to perform some Spidey heroics.



(Watch the trailer here)



 



Aladdin 



Initial Release Date: May 24th

Plot: This year, movie fan lenience for Disney's recent run of live-action reboots of much-loved animated classics probably depends on their nostalgia for the source material and love of weird CG creations or comics. Probably not surprised to see the remake of Aladdin, which features Will Smith adorning the role of the magical genie. It will be directed by Guy Ritchie so expect lots of flamboyant camera work and whirring visual effects. In addition to the old Disney beloved songs, movie composer Alan Menken also reportedly penned down a couple new ones as well to add to the list.

(Watch the trailer here



 



Hellboy



Initial Release Date: April 12th

Plot: David Harbour - the father figure sheriff of Stranger Things is tackling on the big red demon in a remake of Mike Mignola's blockbuster classic comic series. However, this version will focus on the Nimue (The Queen of Blood) an ancient sorceress bent on revenge arc of the comics, which among other things, involves the notorious Hellboy wielding his Excalibur.

(Watch the trailer here)



 



The Lion King



Initial Release Date: July 19th

Plot: This is Disney’s live-action remake of an animated film to drop in 2019 is the highest profile. Jon Favreau the father of all the photorealistic CG animal movie Jungle Book has assembled a cast that makes this one worthwhile. And if you must know, Donald Glover is Simba. Beyoncé is Nala. Billy Eichner is Timon. And, obviously, James Earl Jones is back as Mufasa.

(Watch the trailer here)



 



The New Mutants 



Initial Release Date: August 2nd

Plot: This is a horror-tinged X-Men spin-off starring Anya Taylor-Joy (The Witch) and Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones) as young mutants imagining out their new abilities. Though the initial release was Originally scheduled for April 2018, the franchise underwent reshoots and appeared to be caught in a business midpoint following the sale of 20th Century Fox to Disney. But maybe this will be a case where the tinkering actually improves the movie especially with Marvel taking over the X-men

(Watch the trailer here) 



 



Dark Phoenix 



Initial Release Date: June 7th

Plot: What! Two X-men movies in one year? Yes, you heard the right. Well, after a pretty depressing entry into the X-Men movie universe with X-Men: Apocalypse, the franchise needed a little bit of oiling to get the wheel back and running. "Dark Phoenix" may look to add on to the storyline that murdered X-Men: The Last Stand. However, there's no telling whether or not this chapter will make a big impact, but certainly never underestimate the mutants' abilities.

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Godzilla: King of Monsters 



Initial Release Date: May 31st

Plot: This is the sequel to the shockingly, incredibly good 2014 version of Godzilla. Directed by Gareth Edwards, it paved the way for a new colossal franchise based on classic kaiju properties like in Pacific Rim. It's been a few years but Godzilla is back bigger and better, though this time around it isn’t coming alone. The trailer suggests that it's calling upon other Kaiju’s to battle a strange creature that may be putting earth and the brink of extinction. it’s going to be great basing of the comic con trailer.



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Us



Initial Release Date: March 15th

Plot: this is for horror-loving movie fans For a good amount of time, we didn't know much about Us other than it's Jordan Peele's follow-up to Get Out. it has an amazing cast including but not limited to Lupita Nyong'o, Elisabeth Moss, and Winston Duke. The movie trailer, released on Christmas of 2018, publicized that the movie concerns a family of four with Nyong'o and Duke as Mum and Dad who find a threatening group of doppelgängers or lookalikes having scissors in their driveway while on vacation. According to Jordan Peele, these are the Tethered and they look scary as hell. However, the movie may give off purge ambiences

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Star Wars: Episode IX 



Initial Release Date: December 20th

Plot: As the finale of the third Star Wars film trilogy, the still yet to be named Episode IX will probably be one of if not 2019's most anticipated movie of the year. Even though the name is not official yet it is speculated to be named “A New Order”. Whether you adored The Last Jedi or detested it, the misfortunes of Rey, Finn, and Po are going to what all Star Wars “Stan’s” talk about for a good portion of the next year 2020. You might as well pen-down your calendar to start preordering tickets



(Watch the trailer here)



 



IT: Chapter 2



Initial Release Date: September 6th

Plot: While the first segment of IT was a box office marvel, Chapter 2 had a big task ahead of it to maintain the glory and spooky success of the first IT. First, the crew needed to cast the right actors to personify the children of Derry terrorized by Pennywise. Luckily, the cast assembled is somewhat weird. At this point, we just assume Sophia Lillis is going to grow up into Jessica Chastain. Anyway, the Oscar nominee along with James McAvoy and Bill Hader are all set to perform the "The Ritual of Chüd." 



(Watch the trailer here)



 

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