Calling all movie lovers out there, get ready to jump on a ride to Disneyland and grab the chance to meet your favorite comic/fictional characters. How? 2019 has promised to provide you with an opportunity to re-live your childhood memories by re-making the old classics, all set to tickle you with joy and happiness. So without any further ado, let’s have a look at what this year has in store for you in terms of entertainment and fun:
A baby elephant whose plans to save the circus with his friends, Dumbo is set to release in the month of March and take you on a flight above the clouds, using his oversized ears to fly. This re-make starring Eva Green, Collin Farrel, Michael Keaton, and Dany DeVito revolves around Dumbo trying to rescue a struggling circus along with his friends but they soon discover the dark secrets lying beneath the masked façade.
2. The Lion King Movie
A childhood classic, The Lion King has remained the best-animated movie for any generation to date. A story of love, family, and a fight for the thrown, you’ll get to be a part of Simba (voiced by Donald Grover) and Mufasa’s (voiced by Earl Jones) journey yet again! We know July is too far away!
Genie, the flying carpet and Aladdin, an unforgettable team. Fasten your seat belts and welcome the latest version of Aladdin, the classic Disney animated movie, all set to hit the big screen in the month of May. A chance to re-live your childhood all over again!
A red, half-human and half-satan named Hellboy, finds himself trapped in between the worlds of the supernatural and human, fighting against an ancient sorceress seeking revenge. This movie is based on a novel by Mike Mignola and is set to be released in April with a plot twist, so sit back and get ready for a ride through these worlds.
5. Pokémon: Detective Pikachu
Detective Pikachu forms a team with his young friend to unravel the truth behind the disappearance of the young man’s father. On their quest to find the truth, this team ends up discovering the enemy’s plot to destroy the Pokemon universe. With voice overs done by Ryan Reynolds, Suki Waterhouse, Bill Nighy, and Kathryn Newton, you’ll be able to watch this action movie in May.
An adaptation of the original Japanese movie, Ju-On: The Curse, this version of The Grudge will send chills down your spine. If you get very scared, don’t watch this alone!
7. The Addams Family
“They’re creepy and they’re kooky, mysterious and spooky, they’re altogether ooky, The Addam’s family…”
If you remember that title song, then you surely remember the spooky and ghoulish Addam’s Family, a popular TV series back in the ’60s. This year, become a part of their family celebration and show down with a reality show host. Charlize Theron, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Oscar Isaac voice the leads in this 3D animated movie.
8. Charlie’s Angels
Charlie’s Angels are back with a bang. Although yet unsure of the actual plot of the movie, the name is enough to excite the fans who eagerly await its release. A movie showcasing girl power, Charlie’s Angels’ release is much anticipated!
9. What Men Want
A romantic comedy starring Mel Gibbson and Helen Hunt,became an instant hit back in the year 2000. This year, the film-makers have tried to re-invent this wonderful movie starring Taraji P. Henson, keeping the feel and romance fresh.
10. Pet Sematary
Based on Stephen King’s horror novel back in the ’80s, Pet Sematary is a movie that showcases the life of Dr. Louis Creed and his wife, Rachel, who move from Boston to Rural Maine with their kids. To see what horrors this family faces you’ll have to wait until April for its release.
Which of these films do you anticipate more?