After the completion of Disney Fox merger, a lot has been revealed by Disney Studios during CinemaCon. There is a sum of 20 movies coming in 2019 as the Disney release slate has been announced. A massive change is that we are getting to see many Fox films now under Disney. There are a few movies coming from Marvel as well and the king of this list is, of course, Avengers: Endgame. Without wasting any further time, let’s just jump right in:
20. Breakthrough, April 17:
The movie is going to showcase the unconditional love of a Mother. It will serve as a reminder that love and faith can surely create big mountains of hope and sometimes can even unlock the miracles as well.
19. Penguins, April 19:
The film is going to showcase the life of a penguin named Adelie who builds a suitable nest and finds a life partner but everything doesn’t come to him easily. It’ll show the various aspects of a penguin’s life. The filmmaking team behind Bears and Chimpanzee is backing this one as well.
18. Avengers: Endgame, April 26:
I don’t think I have to say much about this film because the whole world is aware of its incoming. Endgame is going to show us the situation of the universe after the events of Infinity War.
17. Tolkien, May 19:
The film is about the life of an orphaned author who explores different relations and emotions in his life, during his time in school. By the help of all these experiences, he goes to write a Middle-earth novel.
16. Aladdin, May 24:
The craze for this one is also very high because of Will Smith in the character of Genie. We all are aware of the plot of the movie but the interesting part is its presentation. The star cast of the film is really interesting as it has Marwan Kenzari, Navid Negahban, Billy Magnussen, and many others.
15. Ad Astra, May 24:
This film is going to highlight the threats our planet will have to face in the near future. After the father of an Army Corps Engineer goes to Neptune for some scientific research only to never return, he himself goes to the planet to unravel the dangers which are circling around their planet.
14. X-Men: Dark Phoenix, June 7:
This film is going to be the last film of the original X-Men franchise. It’ll showcase the powers of Jean Grey in full throttle that the whole group of X-Men will have to come together to stop Jean. But, will they be able to stop her or many X-Men will die fighting against the Dark Phoenix?
13. Toy Story 4:
The fans of Toy Story will be really excited about this one because in this we are going to see Woody getting jealous of a new toy named Forky which his master gets into his collection. The movie is directed by Josh Cooley and is going to be the last film of the franchise.
12. Stuber, July 12:
This is one of the most interesting movies of the year as in this, we are going to see an Uber driver named Stu, He picks up a passenger who turns out to be a cop. The amazing journey of this cab driver and cop will be really interesting to see.
11. The Lion King, July 19:
Jon Favreau is bringing nostalgia and The Lion King back, this time on the big screen. The story of the film is known to everyone but it is for the first time that we are going to see this in live-action.
10. The New Mutants, August 2:
Well, for now, this is the date we have in our hands. This mutants movie is going to be horror and is the reason why we all are pretty excited about this one. The film is loosely based on the famous and scary Demon Bear Saga. We hope this time, the release date doesn’t change again.
9. Artemis Fowl, August 9:
This film is really interesting because of its plot as we are going to see that a 12-year-old genius named Artemis Fowl is up against the challenge of finding his father. The film is directed by Kenneth Branagh and stars Lara McDonnell, Tamara Smart, Josh Grad, Judi Dench, and many others.
8. Spies In Disguise, September 13:
This comedy film is going to blow away a lot of people because it has a really funny and interesting plot. Will Smith has given the voice of Lance Sterling, who is the coolest spy in the world. Also, Tom Holland has lent his voice to Lance Walter. These two are really different in terms of nature and the way they deal with their problems.
7. The Art Of Racing In The Rain, September 27:
Well, nothing has been stated about the plot of the movie so far. But, we do know that it’ll show the lessons a dog learns by having his eyes on his human partner. It stars Milo Ventimiglia, Martin Donovan, Gary Cole, and Amanda Seyfried.
6. The Woman In The Window, October 4:
This film is based on A.J. Finn’s record-selling novel by the same name which focuses on the troubled life of a woman who spies on her neighbors. The adult novel has been at the top of New York Times bestseller’s list for long now. Amy Adams is going to play the lead in this film.
5. Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil, October 18:
This fantasy adventure film will take us to the events right after the Maleficent. No wonder the fans of Angelina Jolie are rooting up for this one again. The film is going to be filled with magical creatures, war, and love.
4. Ford V Ferrari, November 15:
The film stars Christian Bale and Matt Damon and James Mangold will be the director. It is about a team of engineers which is lead by the visionary Carroll Shelby. It is an inspiring tale of the team which goes on to defeat the dominant Ferrari.
3. Frozen 2, November 27:
This is the sequel of one of the highest grossing animated movies of all-time. Frozen 2 is touted to have a really big opening because of the fanbase the first movie earned.
2. Star Wars: Episode IX, December 19:
One of the oldest and most famous franchises in the history of cinema, Star Wars will end this year with this one. No wonder it’ll be really emotional for the fans for sure. J.J. Abrams is helming this movie.
1. Call Of The Wild, December 25:
This is the story of a St. Bernard who is stolen by Santa Clara, California and was sold to someone in Yukon. Based on the classic novel, this film is also going to have Harrison Ford.
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