Top 10 Best and Most Anticipated Movies to Watch in 2019

By Korir Isaac / January 10, 2019




In 2018, you waited with anticipation for Black Panther, Avengers: Infinity War, Venom among others, and if you thought that was it, well get ready to set the date for the 2019 enthralling new movies. This year, you will get to know what happened next after Thanos ended half of humanity plus enjoy remakes and sequels of other marvelous movies.

There is so much in store for you to binge-watch and the bar has been set for 2019. That said, here is a round up of the top 10 movies to watch in 2019.

  1. Avengers: Endgame

Kept under the wraps, there isn’t much known about Marvel’s Endgame. The studio, as it would seem, has kept its ending out of reach of everyone and there have been no leaks so far. Meanwhile, what we know is that the movie was shot back-to-back with Infinity War.

Also, the titan, the mad man, the greatest villain we know; Thanos, mercilessly reduced our favorite characters significantly. It is the endgame, and as you can recall from Infinity War, Doctor Strange said their chance of winning against Thanos was one in fourteen million. This means Black Widow, Hawkeye, Captain America, Thor, Iron Man, and Hulk are the pawns in the game alongside Ant-Man, Rocket Raccoon, War Machine, Okoye, Valkyrie, and Nebula.

So, what will happen to the rest? We will know in April. Endgame premiers in the UK and the US on April 26.

  1. Star Wars Episode IX

It may seem so far away, but we know the long wait to Christmas of 2019 is worth it when we want to catch up with the sequel of Star Wars, Episode IX. The anticipation is so great that enthusiasts can’t stop asking who Rey’s parents are, what will become of Finn and Rose, and if there is any chance of Kylo Ren making amends.

The episode might be an emotionally resonant one especially after J.J Abrams took the director’s chair again. And oh, maybe there is a chance you will see Princess Leia again.

The movie will premier on 20 December 2019.

  1. What Men Want

Imagine that you are a woman in a male-dominated profession struggling to make it then you get one hell of a gift; to hear men’s thoughts. How handy would that be? Well, Taraji P. Henson a sports agent in What Men Want gets the privilege. What will she use the gift for? Will she apply it in her field or her life as well?

It won’t be long before you know the answer. The premiers on February 8.

  1. Captain Marvel

This is a Marvel origin story that goes back to the mid-1990s with Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, aka Captain Marvel. She recalls herself as a member of the U.S Air Force leading a battle against the Skrulls.

With Jude Law as her mentor, she comes crashing back to earth and meets the S.H.I.E.L.D. agents Nick Fury and Phil Coulson. The story connects to Avengers 4, and who knows, will they be saving half the universe?

Captain Marvel premiers on March 8.

  1. Godzilla: King of The Monsters

This is a reboot of the 2014 movie, Godzilla. It features Millie Bobby Brown as an 11-year old with a strong connection to Mothra one of the monsters Godzilla faces. The preliminary trailer of this movies promises a lot more than you can imagine. Clearly, Michael Dougherty will not let a huge heap of cash put in this production to go to waste. It definitely will be an IMAX favorite.

The movie premiers on May 31.

  1. X-Men: Dark Phoenix

This movie was pushed back from 2017 and it is set to bring together the first class on a critical mission to save Jean Grey play by Sophie Turner of Game of Thrones, from a malevolent force in the series’ valued arcs. Clearly, nothing can go wrong where James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender are in alliance.

There is so much to anticipate but meanwhile, we wait with abated breaths until June 7, 2019, when it premieres.

  1. Dumbo

For the lovers of animations, Dumbo which premieres on March 29 is set to entertain you for the rest of your life, or at least until a better one is made. This film is one of the live-action remakes that Disney has lined up for family audiences. It is based on the 1941 classic animated movie of an elephant with big ears and the ability to fly. Can’t wait!

  1. Terminator 6

Something about killer robots always keeps our eyes glued to the screen and no other movie series brings out the best of them than Terminator. Yes, they are at it again and Arnold Schwarzenegger will Be Back in a certain capacity as well. Will it be better than Judgment Day?

Linda Hamilton is back in this film as Sarah Conor and while we may debate about who will be John Connor, let’s shush and wait until November 1, 2019.

  1. Men in Black International 

Men in Black is back, only that this time it doesn’t feature Will Smith and Tommy Lee. This film features Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson as Agent H and Agent M, respectively. The two travel across the globe following a murder mystery. Well, the combination of the two is a thing of beauty, not with the charming smile of Tessa and Hemsworth, a man that women obsess about.

But is Hemsworth’s character as good as that in Thor? We will find out on June 14.

  1. Ad Astra

Ad Astra is another anticipated 2019 movie that you should wait for. It features Brad Pitt as he tracks his long-lost father Tommy Lee Jones through the solar system after he disappeared decades ago on a one-way trip to Neptune.

James Gray was quoted as saying that he wants the sci-fi movie to feature “the most realistic depiction of space travel that’s been put in a movie”. Well, we hope he gets the job done.

The movie premiers on May 24.

The Lion King, featuring Beyonce, Shazam, Us, Hellboy, Joker, Glass, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, Gemini Man, Hobbs & Shaw among others are more movies that are highly anticipated. Get your popcorns ready, 2019 is a movie year.



About Korir Isaac

A creative, tenacious, and passionate journalist with impeccable ethics and a nose for anticipated and spontaneous news. He may not say it, but he sure can make one hell of a story.

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