22 Movies We Are Actually Looking Forward To In 2019
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22 Movies We Are Actually Looking Forward To In 2019

The best part about 2019 is the movies we are expecting, and the ones that will make us want to buy tickets and some popcorn once more.

22 Movies We Are Actually Looking Forward To In 2019

2018 was an amazing year for movies! Everything from Marvel's "Black Panther" and "Avengers: Infinity War" to "A Quiet Place," "Incredibles 2," "Crazy Rich Asians," and "A Star Is Born," there were plenty of movies that made us actually want to go to the movie theatre to see! And the best part about 2019 is the movies we are expecting, and the ones that will make us want to buy tickets and some popcorn once more.

Although 2018 was an awesome movie year, it can only get better from here with these movies that we are so hyped for.

"Avengers: Endgame"


This is one movie every Marvel fan is pumped for. After the incredible ending of "Infinity War," we can't wait to see how our heroes move on from rock bottom. Let's face it, we all cried, we all loved the story and the action, and we can't wait to do it again in April.

"Captain Marvel"


Although there are mixed responses to the trailer, a majority of Marvel fans have been waiting for our hero Captain Marvel to come to the big screen for a while. Seeing the end of infinity war only got us super excited, and we can't wait to see the classic hero on the big screen in March.

"The Lion King"


This "live action" version of the "Lion King" is definitely something to look forward to. Bringing back our childhood, many adult Disney fans as well as kids are looking forward to see this movie in action. What we aren't looking forward to is the amount of tears we're going to shed when Mufasa dies. Seriously, look at that baby Simba, you think no one is gonna cry when he's telling is dad to wake up?

Coming to theaters in July.

"Zombieland 2"


This movie doesn't even have an actual trailer yet, but we've been waiting for a "Zombieland 2" ever since the first one ended! We join Tallahassee, Columbus, Wichita, and Little Rock as they face off against newly evolving undead. We don't know too much, but we know we have something to look forward to in October.

"Toy Story 4"


Although "Toy Story 3" had the perfect ending for our favorite childhood toys, Woody, Buzz, Jessie, and the gang is back for the 4th installment of Toy Story. The trailer is pretty funny and we're looking forward to this Pixar film in June.



Another one of our favorite childhood films is coming back in a new light. "Dumbo" certainly looks good, it's a classic, and it's a story we all know and love. Another parent is leaving in this film though, and if you don't think tears will be shed during the "Baby Elephant" song, you're wrong. Get ready to fly into theaters in March for this one.

"Star Wars: Episode IX"


Coming out in December is the 9th and final installment of the "Star Wars Skywalker" saga and the third and final installment of the Star Wars squeal trilogy. Although there's no official trailer to excite us yet, "The Last Jedi" left us with a lot of questions, and we can't wait to see how it all comes together and ends by the end of the year.

"Dark Phoenix"


Although we've seen the Jean Gray story in the early 2000's X-Men movies, we're still interested to see what this movie will do different and how it will take Jean Gray's story even further. Coming in June, the X-Men must face off against one of their own in order to save her.



M. Night Shyamalan brings together "Unbreakable" and "Split" to form this movie where these individuals "believe" they are "superhuman." This thriller is a film so many people are looking forward to following their experience with "Split" and it's coming very soon, in January.

 "It: Chapter Two"


Following the first chapter 27 years later, the grown-up versions of our favorite Losers' Club are back to face off against Pennywise once more. There's not much of a trailer to go off of, but considering the love of the first film by horror fans everywhere, we're still pretty pumped to get scared out of our seats once more with this one in September.



DC Comics is finally bringing a superhero outside Batman, Superman, and the Justice League to the screen! The trailer looks hilarious and amazing, and we're really looking forward to hopefully a pretty good DC movie! Coming in April, any comic book fan is ready to see "Shazam" on the big screen.

 "Pokemon: Detective Pikachu"


The movie we didn't know we needed, "Detective Pikachu" brings the beloved "Pokemon" series to life in an amazing way. On top of seeing our favorite Pokemon in real life on the big screen, Ryan Reynolds gives the perfect voice for the job. We're excited to see how this movie works out in the hopes of more like it, coming to the big screen in May.

 "John Wick 3: Parabellum"


The dog-loving hitman is back with a third movie. Although no trailer yet, we know that he has a huge price on his head from other hitmen, and it will be full of action like always. The "John Wick" universe is expanding and we're excited to see how it will play out in May.

 "How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World"


The final film of the trilogy, anyone can be excited to see this film whether they read the books as a kid or not. We learn Toothless is not the only Nightfury and he gets a cute dragon girlfriend, the dragons are in danger, and they need to find a world that was only a myth. Full of action, comedy, and heartfelt moments, we're ready to see this final movie in February.

 "The Secret Life of Pets 2"


Any pet lover will love the second film of "The Secret Life of Pets." There are some character trailers out now, and each one is making this movie seem more and more funny. Coming to the big screen in June, we're ready to see how these pets are getting along after the events of the first movie.

 "Pet Sematary"


Any horror fans will be thrilled to see this classic coming back to life on the big screen once more. Based on the novel by Steven King, this will be a new look for the older 1990's movies with the same story fans love. Coming in April, evil will be unleashed when you mess with the forces of nature.

 "Isn't It Romantic"


This twist on a romantic comedy is something fresh, new, and we didn't know we needed it. Natalie gets knocked out and wakes up in her worse nightmare: a romantic comedy. The trailer looks hilarious and it'll be in theaters right in time for Valentine's day.

 "Five Feet Apart"


Get ready for the romantic movie of the year. Anyone who was in love with John Green's "The Fault in Our Stars" will certainly fall in love with this movie too. Coming in March, the idea of throwing away the rules in order to feel attraction and connection while both characters know they cannot is only slightly a new idea, but it will leave you falling in love, being happy, and crying all at the same time.



From the man that brought us "Get Out" and "BlacKkKlansman," Jordan Peele is back with another interesting and nightmarish film. Coming in March, fear becomes reality when four masked figures show up at the Wilson family's door. Even more terrifying, once the masks come off, each stranger has the appearance of a different family member.

 "Men in Black International"


This new "Men in Black" film brings together Chris Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, Liam Neeson, and more, to give a new twist on a movie series we all know and love. Get ready to join the men and black and battle mischievous aliens this June.

 "Spider-Man: Far From Home"


We only have the leak of Spidey's new suit, but after his epic adventure in "Homecoming" and our questions of his future after "Infinity War," we're totally ready for another banging Spider-Man film. This July, swing into theatres to see Tom Holland and cast in action.

 "The New Mutants"


This extremely dark take on mutants like from X-Men is hitting theatres in August. Teenagers are dangerous and uncontrollable, just as many have feared in X-Men movies, and locked away in facilities. This shouldn't be confused with any X-Men movie, this is gonna be a horror movie where these kids need to escape.

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