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Here are the most anticipated movies of 2019. How many are you planning to see?

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Captain Marvel (March 8th)

We can’t wait to finally see Carol Danvers in action! This is the last Marvel film before Endgame, and we fully expect it to be a game-changer. Captain Marvel will be the first (but hopefully not the last) Marvel movie led by a woman.

Co-director Anna Boden is also the first female director for the MCU. Plus the movie is set in the best decade ever, the 90s. It’s gonna be great!

Us (March 15th)

The trailer for this movie gave us nightmares for a week. To be honest, we might not make it through the movie. But Jordan Peele’s followup to Get Out is must-see viewing for film fans–and especially horror buffs.

Avengers: Endgame (April 26th)

What else could I tell you about this movie that you don’t already know? If you’ve invested the time and energy to see the other Marvel movies, then you’re going to see Endgame no matter what. We’ll probably cry.

We’ll hopefully cheer. But no matter what, were going to be there on opening night.

Aladdin (May 24th)

The live-action Disney craze continues with Aladdin. Director Guy Ritchie has weathered some early criticism about his casting decisions, but while Will Smith is still a somewhat weird choice for the Genie, it doesn’t matter. This movie will make at least half a billion dollars.

Men in Black International (June 14th)

This movie is going to be FUN. Reteaming Thor: Ragnarok stars Chirs Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson, we predict that this will be the surprise hit of the summer. Hemsworth is hilarious, and the latest MiB knows it.

Spider-Man: Far From Home (July 5th)

The Tom Holland incarnation of Spider-Man is our second favorite (sorry, but Sony’s Into the Spider-Verse wins, hands down, for the best Spidey origin story). But we’re still excited to see him back in Far From Home.

Jake Gyllenhaal is on board as the villain Mysterio for this installment of the comic book franchise.

The Lion King (July 19th)

We’re still not convinced that The Lion King counts as a live-action remake. With a star-studded voice cast that includes Beyonce and Donald Glover, it’s sure to be top-shelf entertainment. Plus a whole new generation of kids can fall in love with one of Disney’s best stories.

It: Chapter Two (September 6th)

The first It was one of the biggest hits of 2017. But fans of the original book and miniseries were confused because the film only told half the story. Turns out that the producers always planned to return with the characters all grown up.

Look for Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy to topline the excellent cast.

Downton Abbey (September 20th)

Are you tired of comic book movies and horror films? Then you’ll be delighted to know that the long-rumored Downton Abbey movie is finally arriving in theaters this September.

Series regulars Hugh Bonneville, Michelle Dockery, Maggie Smith, and Elizabeth McGovern will be front and center among a cast of returning favorites and newcomers.

Frozen 2 (November 27th)

How can Disney possible top the success of the original Frozen? They seem to be betting on the power of the original directors, writers, and stars to pull of another winning animated feature.

Disney sequels have historically been disappointing straight-to-video affairs, so we’ll have to wait and see how Frozen 2: Still Frosty (no, that’s not the real title) turns out.

Star Wars: Episode IX (December 20th)

The final blockbuster of the year is the final installment in the new trilogy of Star Wars movies. Rumor has it that this was always intended to be Leia’s film, but sadly the filmmakers had to scramble their plans after Carrie Fisher’s death.

J.J. Abrams is back at the helm for Episode IX, with the principle cast all returning for one last adventure in this chapter of the Star Wars story.