So this year we see the Avengers, meet Captain Marvel, and the studios will also have a movie with the young X-Men. Spider-Man will also return to the big screens with a new opponent.
They will not miss horror, animation, the ninth Star Wars movie, but also a new, new movie by Quentin Tarantino: Once in Hollywood.
Here is a list of some of the most requested films in 2019.
1. Glass (January 18) with Sarah Paulson and Bruce Willis
From "Unbreakable", Bruce Willis is back in the role of David Dunn and Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price, also known as Mr Glass (pseudonym). James McAvoy joins James McCoy, with Kevin Wendell Crumb and the many personalities hiding inside him, as well as Anya Taylor-Joy as Casey Cooke, the only prisoner who survived a meeting with the animal.
Still from where Split is left, Glass Dunn finds, contrary to The Beast, Crumb's superhuman creature. From the series of collisions between Dunn and Crumb, it is revealed that out of the shadows, Price is actually the real puppet, which has crucial secrets about both.
2. The House That Jack Built (January 18) with Matt Dillon, Bruno Ganz
With the first crimes he committed in the 1970s in America, Jack made the first step to becoming a sophisticated serial killer. With much higher than average intelligence, Jack is aware of the state of the irregularities he generates, but he prefers to discuss his internal problems and problems only with Verge, to whom he confesses that for him every crime is a work of art himself. But as the police become inevitable, Jack begins to increase the risk in his attempt to create the highest work of art.
3. Extremely Evil, Shockingly Evil and Unhappy (January 26) with Zac Efron and Lily Collins
We continue with another psychopath, but – unfortunately, this story is real. Charismatic Zac Efron metamorphosed in Ted Bundy, one of the most famous and incredible serial killers of all time. The biographical film considers all the murders of the necrophilia of his naive lover's eyes, Elizabeth Kloepfer (Lily Collins), who refused for years to accept the truth about Bundy. An equally disturbing and fascinating story awaits us. "Extremely Wicked …" debuts at the Sundance Film Festival on January 26, but the date of the premiere in Romanian cinemas has not yet been announced.
4. Serenity (February 1) with Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway
Oscar nominated director and screenwriter Steven Knight (Locke, Eastern Promises, Redemption) and Oscar-winning producer Greg Shapiro (The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty) tell the mysterious story of a fishing boat captain whose past is about to destroy his quiet life on a Caribbean island, and throw it into a new reality where nothing is what it seems to be.
5. Alita: Battle Angel (February 15) with Jennifer Connelly and Rosa Salazar
We are in the twenty-first century, and humanity must survive on a land destroyed by a great war. The technology is more advanced than ever, and cyborgists are in the current order.
Battle Angel is the story of Alite, a young cyborg without memories, realizing that he has an instinctive knowledge of the mysterious Panzer Art martial arts technique. In an effort to regain memory, Alita crosses the deserted countries of the world dominated by the obsessive presence of the beautiful Tiphare's floating city.
6. Captain Marvel (March 8) with Gemma Chan, Brie Larson and Mckenna Grace
The first Marvel movie with a superhero in the spotlight shows Carol Danvers, an earthly woman who takes over the genetic structure of her beloved Captain Marvell after a devastating accident. Colonel of Galaxy's Rescuers and Guardians in comics, Carol Danvers will be able to track Yon-Rogg, Commander Kree, who caused the accident, to the end of the universe.
Dumbo (March 29) with Eva Green and Colin Farrell
A remake of the animated film from 1941 based on the famous book by authors Helen Aberson and Harold Pearl, the movie follows the extraordinary adventures of Dumbo, an unusual elephant.
Holt Farrier, a war veteran and former circus star, finds his life upside down as he returns from the war. Circus holder Max Medici invites Holt and his children, Milly and Joe, to care for a newborn elephant, whose large ears are subject to ridicule in a curly circus. But when they discover that Dumbo can fly, the circus has an incredible comeback, which attracts convincing contractor V.A. Vandevere, who recruits the special elephant for the latest entertainment show Dreamland. Dumbo reaches new heights with the charming and spectacular artist Colette Marchant until Holt finds out that under his shiny Polish Dreamland is full of dark secrets.
8. Shazam! (April 5) with Mark Strong, Zachary Levi and Ron Cephas
It's a superhero in each of us, just a little magic to make it come out. For Billy Batson (played by Asher Angel) it is enough to shout Shazam! This 14-year-old orphan has the opportunity to become a Shazam adult superhero (Zachary Levi) using an ancient magician.
Despite the impressive physical appearance, Shazam still has the heart of a child and does with his adult version what any teenager would do with superpowers – he has fun! "Can he escape? Can he look through objects? Can he send out the electric projectiles through his hands? Can he get rid of the boring tests in school? Shazam is determined to test the limits of his powers with the child's ruthless joy. But he must learn to master these powers, for he must deal with the forces of evil, controlled by Dr. Thaddeus Sivana (Mark Strong).
9. Pet Sematary (April 5) with Jason Clarke and Amy Seimetz
Louis Creed, his wife, Rachel, and his two children, Gage and Ellie, move to a peaceful settlement where they are greeted by an animal cemetery in the immediate vicinity of their new home. After the tragic death of a family cat struck by a truck, Louis decides to bury the animal in the mysterious cemetery. However, that place is not the way it looks, and the Creed family will receive a terrible lesson.
10. Hellboy (April 12) with Milla Jovovich and David Harbor
In an effort to resist conscientious medieval witches and willing to use thousands of magic to reach their ultimate goal of destroying all of humanity, Hellboy arrives in Britain where he must defeat the Merlin and Regina Nimue consortium.
But the confrontation between good and evil becomes a very dangerous and bloody battle, which not only risks generating many security victims, but can also provoke the end of the world – an outcome that Hellboy is trying to avoid any price.
11. Avengers: Endgame (May 3) with Brie Larson, Bradley Cooper and Robert Downey Jr.
It's the end of an era. President MARVEL, Kevin Feige, warned that "Endgame" marks the end of the MCU universe as we know it. Although it will continue in another form, with other heroes and new adventures, May 3, we look forward to the Avengers who make the law on the big screen over the past 10 years. Iron Man (Chris Evans), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) and the rest of the team must find a way to interrupt all the evil done by Thanos (Josh Brolin) in "Infinity War" as the background scenarios suggest. There are chances that Avengers will travel in the past to rebuild the present.
12. Rocketman (May 17) with Bryce Dallas Howard and Taron Egerton
Films inspired by the life of the legendary music Elton John. Interpreted by Taron Egerton, the English artist grows under his eyes from the age of 11 when he was admitted to the Royal Academy of Music. We examine all the defining moments in his career, both on stage and in the back. The film is banned for minors, giving it the green light to explore details such as substance abuse or Elton John's intimate relationship with other men.
"Rocketman" arrives in the United States on May 17, but the date of premiere in Romania has not been revealed yet.
13. X-Men: Dark Phoenix (June 7) with Jennifer Lawrence and Jessica Chastain
Ten years after Revelation, due to repeated exposure to radiation, a new generation of mutants appears. Among them is the charming Jean Gray, a young woman who begins to manifest unprecedented powers. Seduced and destroyed by the enormous power it possesses, Jean becomes Dark Phoenix, becomes a feared enemy. Unlike the new sequence of events, X-Men must decide whether the life of a single team member is more important than that of people around the world.
14. Toy Story 4 (June 28) with Joan Cusack, Tom Hanks
The fourth movie of one of the most beloved animated series in history brings them back to the big screens of the famous toys that a new Forky has added. Tom Hanks and Tim Allen give their voice to Woody and Buzz, and Keanu Reeves, Michael Keaton, Patricia Arquette, Joan Cusack and former James Bond Timothy Dalton are also thrown.
The three previous films have managed to raise nearly two billion dollars at the box office and have won two Oscar awards and seven other nominations.
15. Spider-Man: Far from home (July 5) with Zendaya, Tom Holland and Samuel L. Jackson
The blockbuster of July announces this new Spider-Man movie. At least some things we know: Tom Holland returns to the lead role, Spider-Man does not remain on the face of the universe with Avengers: Infinity War, reflects the title action point (somewhere in Europe), and Spidey's opponent will be Mysticism, played by Jake Gyllenhaal.
Zendaya, Marisa Tomei and Michale Keaton take on the roles, and Samuel L. Jackson (Nick Fury), Jon Favreau (Happy Hogan) and Cobie Smulders (Maria Hill) are also expected to appear in this movie. On this occasion, we can be sure that Nick Fury and Maria Hill will also return to life in the fourth "Avengers".
16. Lion King (July 19) with Donald Glover, Seth Rogen and Alfre Woodard
25 years after the legendary classic Disney movie, the beloved lion is shown on the big screens, this time in an animation created with the technologies of the year 2018. Under Jon Favreau's direction, the film tells the same story. Donald Glover becomes Symba's voice and Scar's Chiwetel Ejiofor. Seth Rogen (Pumbaa) and James Earl Jones (Mufasa) are also part of the cast. We will also hear Beyonce as Nale.
17. Once in Hollywood (August 9) with Margot Robbie, Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt
We are on our way with a television actor (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stunt duplicate (Brad Pitt), a couple no longer in the film industry. The two ran in fame at a time when Los Angeles just shook to hear the name Charles Manson (Damon Herriman) or his "killer" family. However, the director repeatedly said that the film would not focus on the Manson clan, but it would just be a fragment of the mosaic.
18. IT: Chapter Two (September 6) with Bill Skarsgård
Another adaptation to Stephen King's creation, "IT: Chapter Two," is the second half of the story that began in cinema last fall. The first film broke down all sorts of records and became the most successful horror of all time. A deserved title. Twenty-five years after Pennywise's fight (Bill Skarsgård), the members of the so-called "Club of the Dead" wake up again haunted by the demonic clown. Apparently they didn't beat him in childhood, but just pushed him to sleep. This is their last chance to end the curse – if they kick it, Pennywise will continue to wake up 27-27 years to feed on the fear of future generations.
19. Joker (October 4) with Joaquin Phoenix and Robert De Niro
The study of a person who is despised by society does not just become a cruel social case; but also a moralizing story. Robert de Niro appears as a talk show host that makes Joker lose his mind. In Comedy King, the character of De Niro, a comedian missed, a successful moderator kidnapped, but this time the roles will be reversed: De Niro will be the moderator full of him.
20. Frozen 2 (November 22) with Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel and Evan Rachel Wood
Still the famous animated film in 2013, Anna (Kristen Bell), Elsa (Idina Menzel), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and Olaf (Josh Gad) return to the big screens and Evan Rachel Wood. So far, we do not know what the scenario is and what adventure we can expect.
The first "Frozen" has quickly become a true worldwide feel, as the most successful animation at all times and with great success and critics – the two Academy Awards.
21. STAR WARS: Episode IX (December 18) with Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher
The follow-up action takes place 35 years after the events in the franchise episode VI. A new intergalactic adventure and a new rebellion between the Empire and the Resistance Force, led by Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac), take place. Kylo Ren, negative character played by Adam Driver, promises to complete what Darth Vader has started.
On the other side of the barricade are Rey (Daisy Ridley) and Finn (John Boyega) who will find a goal after meeting with Han Solo (Harrison Ford). "Awakening the Force" in the title of the film is a direct comment on the development of the two main characters.
BB-8 Robot, Chewbacca and Princess Leia, played by the same Carrie Fisher, have their own role in the development of events.
22. Irishman with Robert De Niro and Al Pacino
A mafia assistant recovers the thread of the events that led to the assassination of gangster Jimmy Hoffa. After Charles Brandt's novel "I heard you paint houses: Frank & # 39; The Irishman & # 39; Sheeran and Inside Story of Mafia, Teamsters, and Final Ride by Jimmy Hoffa."
23. Terminator 6 with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton
"Veterans" Arnold Schwarzenegger and Linda Hamilton return to the sixth (how many will they be?) Of the famous series, whose scripts we do not yet know. Mackenzie Davis is also part of the distribution of this movie.
24. Jumanji: Welcome to Jungle Sequel with Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart
Director Jake Kasdan and Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black and Karen Gillan back up the 2017 movie, which has had tremendous success – nearly a billion dollars at the box office.
After 2017, a year of great success for Hollywood kinematic productions, filmmakers will be featured this year with action films, heroes of supernatural powers, animations, remakes and successes of successful series.
Here is a list of some of the most popular films …