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“The Irishman” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”: 100 movies to look forward to in 2019

Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to 2019! First of all, as always I want to wish every single one of you a very hearty and sincere Happy New Year. Hopefully you all had a fun and safe sendoff to the dumpster fire that was 2018. A whole new year is now upon us, and as such, there’s a ton of new films to anticipate. Fun times, right? Today will be a day to look forward, which is no particularly uncommon in early January. Indeed, there’s a whole slate of titles emerging in the weeks and months to come, so that’s what we’ll be focusing on. Even just in the coming days, we’ll see 2019 releases begin to overtake 2018 expansions. There will be some rather rough times as studios dump their lesser projects, but look to the independent flicks for saving graces until the bigger films begin to come out, many of which are on the list I present to you today!

Below you will be able to see a fairly heaping dose of 2019 releases that are well worth keeping an eye out for. There’s a bunch of indies, a ton of blockbusters, and plenty in between. There’s some Oscar hopefuls like The Irishman and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, as well as another Star Wars outing from the main saga, not to mention Avengers: Endgame. It’s looking like a pretty solid year, though there’s no way to really know just yet. As you go down the list, you’ll see a real wide variety of things. It’s not an exhaustive list, obviously, and it’s no more than the 100 I put out last year, but I did the best that I could. Give it a close look and enjoy:


Here are 100 films to look forward to this year:

1. Once Upon a Time in Hollywood
2. Avengers: Endgame
3. The Irishman
4. Toy Story 4
5. Star Wars Episode IX
6. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
7. Jay and Silent Bob Reboot
8. Zola
9. Spider-Man: Far From Home
10. Us
11. The Trial Of The Chicago 7
12. Captain Marvel
13. Ad Astra
14. Blinded by the Light
15. Pale Blue Dot
16. Untitled Danny Boyle/Richard Curtis Project
17. Knives Out
18. Uncut Gems
19. Joker
20. Triple Frontier
21. Flarsky
22. The Good Nurse
23. Untitled Noah Baumbach Project
24. Shazam!
25. Jojo Rabbit
26. The Last Thing He Wanted
27. Light of My Life
28. Where’d You Go Bernadette?
29. The Dead Don’t Die
30. High Flying Bird
31. Velvet Buzzsaw
32. The Report
33. Glass
34. The LEGO Movie 2
35. The Mustang
36. Ema
37. The Devil All The Time
38. Knock Down the House
39. The Laundromat
40. Brightburn
41. Untitled Chris Morris Project
42. MEMORY – The Origins of Alien
43. The Goldfinch
44. Resistance
45. Godzilla: King Of The Monsters
46. Benedetta
47. The Lion King
48. Untitled James Mangold Project
49. The Rhythm Section
50. Motherless Brooklyn
51. The Kitchen
52. Late Night
53. Detective Pikachu
54. The Man Who Killed Don Quixote
55. Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile
56. Book Smart
57. Missing Link
58. Rocketman
59. Wounds
60. The Woman In The Window
61. Downhill
62. Everything Everywhere All At Once
63. Torrance
64. Men In Black: International
65. The Beach Bum
66. It: Chapter 2
67. Cats
68. The Lighthouse
69. Climax
70. Little Women
71. Native Son
72. Mainstream
73. Greyhound
74. Against All Enemies
75. The Personal History Of David Copperfield
76. Waves
77. Queen & Slim
78. Wendy
79. The Nest
80. The Art Of Self-Defence
81. Gemini Man
82. Frankie
83. The Hunt
84. Antlers
85. Proxima
86. Untitled Drake Doremus Project
87. My Zoe
88. The Upside
89. Under the Silver Lake
90. Fonzo
91. Jeremiah Terminator LeRoy
92. The New Mutants
93. Midsommar
94. John Wick: Chapter Three
95. The Many Saints Of Newark
96. Bad Hair
97. A Rainy Day in New York
98. Alita: Battle Angel
99. A Dog’s Way Home
100. X-Men: Dark Phoenix

Basically, much like we had last year (and other years past), this is just one big guess/shot in the dark at the moment. There’s no real way to tell what smaller films will break through, especially with many of them still in the process of filming right now. This time two years ago, no one was really thinking about Lady Bird, for example. Last year, Green Book sort of came out of nowhere. Contenders like that will emerge throughout the year. First up will be the Sundance Film Festival later on this month, where plenty of indie contenders will emerge. Last year, Sorry To Bother You first popped up there, for example. Then, it’ll be on to the rest of the year. Sit back and try to enjoy 2019. Above are 100 examples of things that might tickle your fancy. It should be an interesting year, at the very least…


Stay tuned to see how 2019 goes for all of these titles!

About Joey Magidson

A graduate of Stony Brook University (where he studied Cinema and Cultural Studies), resides in Brooklyn, New York. He also contributes to several other film-related websites.

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