We have made our best films and the worst films in 2019. It seems to be over time that we look at what is yet to come.
In implementing a wide range of genres, all the audiences covered here are distant. The films we selected met cinemas between August and December.
Note that the release dates may vary.
Hobbs & Shaw – 2 August
Everyone is tired of the franchise Fast & Furious; currently. However, the scenes with Luke Hobbs, Dwayne Johnson's federal agent and former St Stormm's SAS Stardm worker, were excellent. Also, David Leitch ('John Wick', 'Atomic Blonde', 'Deadpool 2') guides so that you know the action will be irrational . AND Imris Elba the evil man. We certainly sold it.
Once you will be on time in Hollywood – August 14th
Quentin Tarantino is very popular with Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt and Margot Robbie. It is located in 1969 in Los Angeles and continues largely as a floppy actor (DiCaprio) and for its double bestie and stunt (Pitt). Robbie Sharon Tate plays with other figures such as Roman Polanski, Charles Manson and Bruce Lee. The first time in Cannes last May was demonstrated with a critical reception was largely positive.
Six: Chapter 2 – 6 September
Again there is an awesome cast for this film including James McAvoy, Jessica Chastain and Bill Hader. The kids have liked us from the first movie back along with Bill Skarsgard as the Pennywise of the clown. 'Chapter 2 & # 39' occurs; Twenty-seven years after the first 'It', which had made a huge box office reimbursement in 2017 making $ 700 million worldwide.
Downton Abbey – September 13
Undoubtedly, everyone's cup of tea will not have 'Downton Abbey'. But for fans of the TV series, which published in 2015, it is a project they are eagerly awaiting. The Downton Abbey fixes; in 1927-1929, King George V and Queen Mary pay a royal visit, making the Crawleys and the servants disturbed.
Ad Astra – September 18
Some of the space-based films we had recently were as 'Gravity', 'Interstellar'; and 'The Martian'; extremely amazing. The latest one comes from the director 'We Own the Night'; and 'The Lost City of Z'. Brad Pitt plays an astronaut who travels to the outer edges of the solar system to find his missing father and to reveal mystery that obstructs people's survival on Earth.
Rambo: Last Blood – 20 September
'Rambo: Last Blood & # 39; and Rambo V Sylvester Stallone return to his war heroes role, war heroes. In this installment, written by Sly, Rambo travels to Mexico to save the daughter of a friend who kidnapped the Mexican cartel. It seems' Taken & # 39; the summary of the plot but, in fact, there are more of 'Unforgiven vibe'; at the trailer and at the promos so far.
Joker – October 4
There are many great actors who played the Joker in many films, the most popular one being Heath Ledger and Jack Nicholson. Now, the greatest actor deserve Oscar – Joaquin Phoenix – the frightening opposition. This returns to Joker's origin and acts as a character study of a person with a mental illness. He is a co-star of people like Robert DeNiro, Marc Maron and Zazie Beetz.
Zombieland: Double Action – October 18
Sadly we didn't get a trailer for Zombieland: Double Tap & # 39; but still it's to be released in October and so we're expecting one soon. Woody Harrelson, Jesse Eisenberg, Emma Stone, Abigail Breslin and Bill Murray perform their roles from the first Zombieland. This expect that the sequel manages the same balance as a zombie horror, comedy and family play.
Terminator: Dark Fate – October 25
Need a resume 'Terminator'; other from us? No. Will we still see this one? Hell yh. Especially when he sees Linda Hamilton back as Sarah Connor and Arnold Schwarzenegger returns back, you realized it, The Terminator. Mackenzie Davis, who recently entered films as Blade Runner 2049 & 39; and 'Tully', coming with them. Tim Miller leads Deadpool.
Doctor Sleep – 31 October
This one has certainly succeeded in achieving our interest. It is a sequence for 'The Shining'; based on Stephen King's novel published in 2013 and Ewan McGregor as Danny Torrance, an adult. He meets a teenage girl with the same gift as him. Rose the Hat (Rebecca Ferguson) and her fans are in search of her, The True Knot, a cult that fosters children.
Frozen II – November 22
'Frozen is'; the highest animated film ever and so we look forward to his sequence to make yellow. Idina Menzel is back as Elsa, back Kristen Bell as Anna, and Jonathan Groff playing Kristoff again and Josh Gad back as Olaf. The gang goes on a fantastic dangerous journey over Arendelle, so Elsa can respond to a strange sound from the north calling her.
Jumanji: Next Level – 13 December
We are very heavy in selecting the upcoming films in 2019 so far, so there is a lot to mix. Successful success with Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle & # 39; when he met screens a few years ago. And that does not mean just one thing, as you are currently well collected. Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Jack Black, Karen Gillan and Nick Jonas are back, including Danny DeVito and Danny Glover.
Star Wars: Episode IX – Skywalker Rise – 19 December
The details of locks are still rare for the ninth official film 'Star Wars'. But even with everyone taking out yards under The Last Jedi, you know people will look at this in boys. From the teaser you can collect that Rey Daisy Ridley remains on and in the middle of the ear. J. J. Abrams ('The Force Awakens', 'Star Trek') is back in the chair of the director and so we are optimistic.
Cats – 20 December
With the recent success of opera as 'Star is Born & # 39'; and 'Bohemian Rhapsody', you can't be too surprised that Andrew Lloyd Webber's striking opera is being adapted for the big screen. Tom Hooper guides him after his big successful screen takes on 'Les Month'. It involves Taylor Swift, James Corden, Jenifer Hudson, Idris Elba, Judi Dench, Ian McKellen, Rebel Wilson and Jason Derulo.
The Goldfinch – 27 December
The Goldfinch is; looking forward to being an Oscar next year. Led by John Crowley (earned by Oscar node for 'Brooklyn'), he is based on a global award-winning novel, Pulitzer, New York Times. Theo (Ansel Elgort), whose mother (Nicole Kidman) is killed in a bombing at the City Museum of Art, continues to change her life forever. From the trailer, this is like tear.
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