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5 Highly Anticipated 2019 Movies I May Or May Not See Depending On If I Have The Time

My schedule is busy, so I may just see a few.

5 Highly Anticipated 2019 Movies I May Or May Not See Depending On If I Have The Time

2019 is upon us. It's a new year, which means that a large number of new movies will soon be in theaters, allowing us to briefly escape the misery that is our everyday lives, at least for a few hours. Most people seem to enjoy going to the movies, however, with our busy and hectic lives, it can sometimes be hard to find the time to do so, at least for me. So, here are some of the most highly anticipated movies coming out in 2019, movies that I may or may not see depending on if I can find the time to see them.

1. "Avengers: Endgame"


The next Avengers movie will likely finish the stories of several beloved Marvel characters, and finally, answer the question of how the heroes will stop Thanos. It's Marvel, which means I will most likely see it, assuming I can squeeze it into my schedule, of course

2. "Once Upon a Time In Hollywood"


Quentin Tarantino's latest film stars Leonardo Dicaprio and Brad Pitt and will tell the story of a Hollywood actor and his stuntman as they navigate their way through Hollywood, during the same time period when Charles Manson and his followers were killing people. I'm not exactly sure how these two storylines will coincide, but I'm sure that it will be brilliant. I am actually rather excited for this one, so I may even have to make time to see it.

3. "It: Chapter Two"


The recent remake of Stephen King's novel "It" was a big success, but only covered the first half of the novel, when the main characters were children. The sequel will cover the second half when the characters are adults. I'm always willing to watch characters on screen as they fight an evil shape-shifting clown, so I'll probably see this one as well. I just might have to move my schedule around a little bit in order to do so.

4. "Zombieland 2"


There will be many sequels in 2019, including this one. It seems a bit overdue since the first "Zombieland" came out around ten years ago now, but better late than never, I suppose. Jesse Eisenberg, Woody Harrelson, and the rest of the original cast is supposedly set to return, so there may be some hope for this possibly unnecessary film. If I can fit it into my schedule, I'll probably give it a shot. Otherwise, I just might wait for it to hit Netflix or Red box.

5. "Glass"


M. Night Shyamalan was apparently pretty jealous of the shared cinematic universes created by Marvel and DC. So jealous, in fact, that he decided to create one of his own, and thus the Shyamalaniverse was born. I made the name up, but hopefully, it catches on someday. This new movie will bring together characters from previous Shyamalan films "Split" and "Unbreakable." Maybe it will be good, maybe not. Maybe I'll see it, maybe I won't.

These are just a few of the many highly anticipated films coming out this year. If I only I had more time to go to the movies then perhaps I would see them all. However, I suppose I'll have to see only what my schedule allows for. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go look over my calendar and try to figure out which movies I'll actually have time to see.

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