With movies like Avengers: Endgame and Captain Marvel coming into theaters, I start to think maybe 2019 isn’t all that bad.

Besides, each year there has been both good and bad movies for each year.

But here I have written all upcoming movies for the rest of 2019, eliminating movies like Aquaman and Alita: Battle Angel, if you haven’t already watched them, you should.

This Month’s Movies (March) 

Us (March 22, 2019) → Mystery/Thriller

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Jordan Peele, director of award-winning, Get Out, has created a brand new story of Us where the main character Adelaide Wilson is haunted by her past and fights for survival with four masked people who resemble her own family members.  

Dumbo (March 29, 2019) → Fantasy/Adventure

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Live action remake based off the original Disney Dumbo movie in 1941. Maintaining the iconic story about the circus elephant who was able to fly and captivate the audience with another story of Disney magic. 


Shazam! (April 5, 2019) → Fantasy/Sci-fi

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This upcoming DC film follows the story on Billy Baston, a 14-year-old, who has the power to turn into an adult superhero who must battle the evil Dr. Thaddeus Sivana.

Pet Sematary (April 5, 2019) → Thriller/Horror

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Based on Stephen King’s horror novel Pet Sematary, a family goes out camping when they notice something odd about the woods. They discover that the dead were somehow able to come back to life.

Hellboy (April 12, 2019) → Fantasy/Sci-fi

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Based on the comics, Hellboy is a supernatural being where he is stuck between the separate realms of the Human World and Hell, where he must battle the ancient sorcerer to escape.

Missing Link (April 12, 2019) → Fantasy/Adventure

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This story is a tale about an 8-foot tall creature named Mr. Link who once to find his ancestors. Through this adventure, the audience will see him progress through the journey.

Avengers: Endgame (April 26, 2019) → Fantasy/Sci-fi

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After leaving millions on a cliff hanger for a year, Marvel finally finishes off the story with the second part Endgame where the remaining, original Avengers will defeat Thanos once and for all… or will they?


Ugly Dolls (May 3, 2019) → Fantasy/Adventure

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Where do the mistaken, ugly dolls go when made in factories? Well, in this story, follow as the main characters go through an adventure to discover who they truly are and what it means to be perfect.

POKÉMON Detective Pikachu (May 10, 2019) → Fantasy/Mystery

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A young man struggles the find his father in the busy streets of Ryme City. But his encounter with the infamous Pikachu and his friends, together they unravel the mystery of his father’s disappearance in the Pokemon Universe.

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (May 17, 2019) → Thriller/Mystery

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Top Assassin John Wick must battle his way out of New York City or he will be on the wanted list for years to come.

Aladdin (May 24, 2019) → Fantasy/Romance

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Live action remake based off the original Disney Aladdin movie in 1992 now comes to you with a brand new cast and the legendary songs. Songs such as “A Whole a World” and more, will continue the iconic story of Aladdin making his way into royalty and finding both love and friendship that he will never forget. 

Ad Astra (May 24, 2019) → Drama/Fantasy

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Staring the famous Brad Pitt must travel through the solar system in order to find his father, who may be a threat to humanity.

Godzilla: King of the Monsters (May 31, 2019) → Sci-fi/Adventure

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The famous creature of Godzilla returns to the theater with a brand new story to tell. Where he faces his ultimate nemesis, the three-headed King Ghidorah in order to restore the balance of humanity.

Rocketman (May 31, 2019) → Biography/Fantasy

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Rocketman is a story about the famous Sir Elton John’s life on how he became the person he is today. Through fun musicals and drama to keep the audience on the edge of their seats.


Dark Phoenix (June 7, 2019) → Sci-fi/Action

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X-Men returns with a brand new origin story on Jean had become the Dark Pheonix. Now the X-Men will face one of their greatest adversaries, one of their own, Jean Grey, as she becomes more powerful they have ever expected. 

The Secret Life of Pets 2 (June 7, 2019) → Adventure/Comedy

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Continuing the story of the first movie in 2016, the story now returns with a brand new adventure.

Men in Black: International (June 14, 2019) → Fantasy/Sci-fi

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Agent H and Agent M use their high tech weapons to knock off aliens on Earth, battling them in an endless war.

Toy Story 4 (June 21, 2019) → Fantasy/Adventure

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Being the third sequel in Pixar’s blockbuster film now brings the four adventure to these toys. Where Woody and the gang happen to encounter a few amusement park toys.


Spider-Man: Far From Home (July 5, 2019) → Fantasy/Sci-fi

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Peter Parker and the rest of his classmates take a trip to Europe. While expecting to enjoy his trip on vacation, it’s interrupting by Nick Fury who tells him of the dangers he must face. Battling the evil Mysterio who happens to want to destroy Earth.

Lion King (July 19, 2019) → Drama/Adventure

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Live action remake based off the original Lion King movie also in 1992. With a wonderful, talented cast to complement the theme of the movie. 

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (July 26, 2019) → Drama/Thriller

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1969 Los Angeles, a former Western star journey through Hollywood with his stunt double struggling to find jobs as they are unrecognized in the big city.


Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw (August 2, 2019) → Mystery/Action

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The iconic duo no one thought would have come together to save the world, is Hobb and Shaw. Together they must battle a brilliant and rogue M16 agent who might destroy all of humanity.

The New Mutants (August 2, 2019) → Fantasy/Action

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The teenage mutants return with a brand new story to tell on how they gained their powers and must keep them secret.

Artemis Fowl (August 9, 2019) → Fantasy/Sci-fi

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Twelve years old, Artemis Fowl, is a brilliant, mastermind, genius, who comes from a long line of criminals who must battle a fleet of fairies in an underground world who may be the reason of his father’s disappearance.


It: Chapter Two (September 6, 2019) → Mystery/Horror

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Following the horrific story of Stephen King’s best selling novel It, returns with Pennywise and the same gang who “thought” they have defeated the clown.


Joker (October 4, 2019) → Fantasy/Crime

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The upcoming DC universe Crime film stars the iconic Joker on his daily work and a brand new adventure to follow which falls off the DC universe a bit.

Zombieland: Double Tap (October 11, 2019) → Action/Adventure

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The Zombieland gang form an alliance to defeat the new envolved undead creatures that have been yet discovered.

Gemini Man (October 11, 2019) → Fantasy/Sci-fi

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An elite assassin is now being monitored and watched at his every move as a surprisingly young man is able to predict his every move.


Terminator: Dark Fate (November 1, 2019) → Fantasy/Sci-fi

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Terminator 6 follows the same storyline, is the Terminator saga series on the cyborg assassin who must battle an AI system to save all of humanity.

Frozen 2 (November 22, 2019) → Drama Fantasy

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Continuing Disney’s blockbuster hit, Frozen, returns with yet another captivating storyline.


Star Wars: Episode IX (December 20, 2019) → Fantasy/Sci-fi

The iconic epic space series since the ’70s now returns with Princess Leia’s story on the whole drama and action of the film.



Thank you so much for reading! Comment down any movies that I missed or any movies that you are looking forward to most!



  1. Great list! Can’t wait to see what March and beyond have in store for us movie-wise. There are so many exciting titles coming out, especially the horror movies. March is going to be a great month for thrill-seekers! 😱

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