2018 has already blessed us with some pretty amazing big budgeted movies like Avengers: Infinity War, Black Panther and Deadpool 2 and the list goes beyond just superhero movies.
While there’s still more time left for 2018 to end and many amazing movies are yet to come, the major studios have already buckled up to bless 2019 with some pretty amazing flicks. And for you film junkies out there, we have compiled a list of the most anticipated movies in 2019 you might not want to miss.
From hard-hitting sequels and prequels to the original plot-lines, here are 10 most awaited movies of 2019 that will drag you to the edge of your seats at the theaters.
Hellboy - Jan. 11
Early 2019 will see the Stranger Things star David Harbour's gritty take on the graphic comics by Mike Mignola. The movie will feature A-listers such as Milla Jovovich, Ian McShane, Sasha Lane and Daniel Dae Kim to name a few. With slightly darker tone and Hellboy's struggle with supernatural beings and humans, the movie is bound to give the audience a good time at the theaters.
Glass - Jan. 18
Director M. Night Shyamalan is set to unveil his final entry to the Eastrail 177 trilogy which will bring together the main characters from the Unbreakable and Split. And judging from the trailer snippet shown at CinemaCon, the movie will be anything but ordinary.
X-Men: Dark Phoenix - Feb. 14
Based on the popular X-men comics, the mutant epic,The Dark Phoenix Saga, will feature Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner as Jean Grey. Additionally, Jennifer Lawrence will star as Mystique, and Jessica Chastain will portray an unknown villain. All in all, the cosmic mission will be one hell of a ride for the fans.
Godzilla: King of Monsters - March 22
It seems like the big screen in 2019 is going to be swarmed with the small screen stars. A sequel to the 2014 flick, the movie will star Stranger Things' star Millie Bobby Brown, Bates Motel's Vera Farmiga, and Friday Night Lights' Kyle Chandler. The movie will witness Godzilla going up against with Mothra, Rodan and the three-headed monster King Ghidorah.
Shazam! - April 5
Another classic DC Universe superhero movie, which will be making it up to the big screen as Shazam! will hit the theaters in April 2019. While Asher Angel is set to appear as the young Billy Batson, Chuck's Zachary Levi will be playing the grown-up version. This movie could be the lift which DCU needs to be back to their superhero game, if Zachary Levi gets it right.
John Wick: Chapter 3 - May 17
Keanu Reeves will proceed to bring that badass Karizma to the screens as he returns as John Wick in May next year. Wick will find himself confined from all sides while he goes on the run with a $14 million contract for his head. Directed by Chad Stahelski, this 3rd installment of John Wick will offer a great action for the fans.
Spider-Man: Far From Home - July 5
After the success of the first MCU reboot of the Spiderman, Tom Holland is putting on that mask again to teach the bad guys a lesson. Directed by Jon Watts, the movie will bring back the wall-crawler’s amazing superhero journey and not-so-amazing high school experience.
Wonder Woman 2 - Nov. 1
It's no wonder DC ordered the sequel to Wonder Woman as it is DC’s highest grossing movie to date. Written by Patty Jenkins and Geoff Johns, we are looking forward to the movie to dive deeper into Diana’s world and explore her past.
Untitled James Bond Movie - Nov. 8
The iconic super spy James Bond is known to be a mysterious one and so is the Bond film franchise in keeping the plot under wraps. Daniel Craig will be returning for the 25th installment of the franchise which reportedly is his last take as James Bond.
Star Wars: Episode IX - Dec. 20
The end of 2019 will witness the conclusion to the modern Star Wars trilogy. J.J. Abrams will have a huge responsibility to give the trilogy a perfect wrap up as he is returning to write and direct the finale. However, the Star Wars fans need not worry as it will spawn several spin-offs and standalone movies in the future.
Which of the above-mentioned movies are you desperately waiting for? Let us know in the comments.