Walk of Fame Don’t Miss This List of the Most Anticipated Movies of 2018 Published 1 year ago on Jan 2, 2018 By Media Team The year 2017 brought us some huge big screen successes like “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” “Wonder Woman,” “Beauty and the Beast” and “Logan.” Although it seems like a tough act to follow, the 2018 film docket seems to be shaping up with a wide assortment of action, fantasy, heist, biopic and family movies. Oh, and don’t forget the hefty handful of long-awaited comic book superhero flicks and popular franchise installations that are hoping to stun moviegoers and make bank at the box office. With the Academy Awards still months away, your guess is as good as ours for Oscar contenders. That being said, without further ado, check out this gallery of dozens of the year’s most anticipated movies. 1. Tomb Raider (March 15) Oscar winner Alicia Vikander has been whipping herself into shape to take on the role of Lara Croft in a reboot of the video game-inspired action flick “Tomb Raider,” which is definitely one of the most anticipated movies of the year. The Swedish stunner will take over the character iconically played by Angelina Jolie in the 2001 adaptation and its 2003 sequel. Us Magazine Known for her performances in indies dramas such as “The Danish Girl” and independent sci-fi thriller “Ex Machina,” critics are cautiously hopeful about 29-year-old Vikander’s addition to the butt-kicking British archaeologist saga. Croft searches for her missing father in the movie, but it sure seems like she’s the one who’s been missing for us. 2. The Girl in the Spider’s Web (August 27) Awesomely edgy computer hacker Lisbeth Salander is expected back in all her brooding, no-nonsense glory in Sony’s fourth installment of the Millennium franchise that launched with the film adaptation of “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.” Pinterest “The Crown” star Claire Foy has landed the role of the female protagonist (previously played by Noomi Rapace and Rooney Mara) alongside Sverrir Gudnason’s Mikael Blomkvist in the October-slated film directed by Fede Alvarez of “Don’t Breathe.” Swedish author David Lagercrantz wrote the newest edition to late novelist Stieg Larsson’s original trilogy. 3. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (June 22) The fifth installment of the Jurassic Park series is expected to feature one of the most epic action sequences of all (prehistoric) times when it comes roaring into theaters. Chris Pratt’s Owen will return and Jeff Goldblum will even reprise his original trilogy role of Ian Malcolm. Entertainment Tonight Fans were largely obviously happy with the emergence of “Jurassic World” – the third-highest grossing movie of all time – after the original dinosaur franchise nearly went extinct for over a decade. Therefore, it seems that “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” has some pretty big footprints to fill. 4. Ocean’s 8 (June 8) The female-led reboot of the heist comedy franchise centers on Sandra Bullock’s Debbie Ocean, the estranged sister of Danny Ocean. “Ocean’s 8” ventures to New York, where the new band of eccentric thieves take on the glitzy Met Gala. Coming Soon.com The summer flick will include the usual wise-cracking wit, but previous “Ocean’s” centerpieces George Clooney and Brad Pitt will be nowhere to be found among the star-studded cast of lady larcenists including Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Rihanna, Helena Bonham Carter and rapper Awkwafina. A handful of other A-list cameos have us thinking this one will be a show stealer. 5. Alita: Battle Angel (July 20) Visionary filmmaker James Cameron has teamed up with director Robert Rodriguez (Sin City) for the $200 million motion picture adaptation based on Yukito Kishiro’s futuristic dystopian manga series. The action-packed thriller features Rosa Salazar as the eponymous cyborg protagonist on a mission to uncover her mysterious origins. Engadget After flirting with the idea of the project for years, Cameron has said “Alita: Battle Angel” is the initial “spine story” of a four-part series. An initial December 2017 trailer for the live-action epic left fans wide-eyed over CGI effects that are surprisingly true to classic anime style. If you’re already planning on ordering tickets for this one, read on for more out-of-this-world you’ll definitely want to see! 6. Solo: A Star Wars Story (May 25) On the heels of the success of the “Star Wars” franchise’s latest addition, “The Last Jedi,” Lucasfilm is preparing to quickly launch another addition to interstellar epic. “Solo: A Star Wars Story” will focus on the universe’s coolest space cowboy. Collider Alden Ehrenreich is billed as a young Han Solo in the flick about the heroic outer space swashbuckler. In a galaxy far, far away from Westeros, “Game of Thrones’” Emilia Clarke will appear alongside the legendary Chewbacca and Millenium Falcon. Chronologically speaking, it’s between “Rogue One” and “Star Wars: Episode IV.” 7. A Wrinkle in Time (March 9) Madeleine L’Engle’s 1962 classic is due to hit the big screen with an all-star cast in a live-action adaptation of “A Wrinkle in Time” directed by Ava DuVernay (“Selma” and “Scandal”). The anticipated Disney production centers on the cosmic journey of young Meg Murry and her prodigal brother, Charles, to rescue their father. Vulture The movie stars Storm Reid, Chris Pine – who charmed us in “Wonder Woman.” Entertainment enchantresses Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling portray a wise astral traveling trio. Michael Pena and Zack Galifianakis also appear in the sci-fi adventure that we could have only wished existed in grade school. 8. Ready Player One (March 30) Hollywood heavyweight Steven Spielberg pays nostalgic homage to the decade that his films helped define – the 80’s – in the upcoming, near-future sci-fi flick “Ready Player One.” The retrofitted dystopian fantasy is based on Ernest Cline’s 2011 novel of the same name. Super Hero Hype Pitted as an exhilarating “cautionary tale,” the film focuses on the ever-relevant issue of the overlapping realms of virtual and physical reality. The movie follows Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan) and friends as they escape into a high-stakes, virtual treasure hunt against big corporate foes. We’re definitely ready for this one! 9. Red Sparrow (March 2) Hollywood golden girl Jennifer Lawrence stars as prima ballerina turned femme fatale Dominika Egorova in this action thriller that pits the seductive lethal recruit of the Russian secret intelligence service’s “Sparrow School” against those deemed enemies of the state. Hollywood Reporter Francis Lawrence (no relation to Jennifer) directs the racy spy thriller about espionage, deceit, forbidden passion and the doomed national security of two superpower states. For those die-hard ballet fans, this film is “en pointe” with Ukrainian ballet prodigy Sergei Polunin making yet another silver screen appearance. 10. The Nutcracker and the Four Realms Lace up as the world’s all-time favorite winter ballet goes from the stage to the big screen, just in time for the holidays. This Disney live-action visual stunner features an A-list lineup, including Keira Knightley, Morgan Freeman, Helen Mirren, Mackenzie Foy and trailblazing pro ballerina Misty Copeland. Disney Wiki Based on E.T.A. Hoffmann’s 1816 novel and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s legendary ballet, “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” follows Foy’s Clara through a seemingly darker take on the classic Christmas Time adventure among sugar plum fairies, gingerbread soldiers and an army of mice. Happy holidays indeed! 11. Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (November 16) Hollywood hunks Jude Law and Johnny Depp are using their charms, quite literally, to hopefully cast a spell over audiences in the newest on-screen installment in the chronicles of J.K. Rowling’s Wizarding World: “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.” IMDB Eddie Redmayne stays on as benevolent magizoologist Newt Scamander as Law is expected to bring a debonaire edge to a young Albus Dumbledore. Although some controversy surrounded his casting, Depp was tapped to play mysterious dark wizard Gellert Grindelwald. 12. Black Panther (February 16) The Marvel canon’s much-anticipated new standalone superhero flick “Black Panther” is expected to bring a breath of fresh air to the cinematic universe based on comic book characters. The landmark production is generating mass hype for its star-studded cast that notably features predominantly black leads. Variety Chadwick Boseman stars as T’Challa/Black Panther alongside Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong’o, Danai Gurira, Martin Freeman, Angela Bassett and Forest Whitaker, to name a few cast members. Hopes are high for director Ryan Coogler’s film that is expected to impact the diversity conversation a la “Wonder Woman.” We can’t wait! 13. Bohemian Rhapsody (December 25) “Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?” Turns out, after many years of anticipation, stalls and rehires, there really is going to be a big screen biopic about the famously flamboyant Queen frontman, Freddie Mercury. Entertainment Tonight “Mr. Robot” star Rami Malek is currently cast to take on the lead role in “Bohemian Rhapsody.” The part of the vibrant vocalist with a tumultuous life was at one point offered to “Borat” funnyman Sacha Baron Cohen. Let’s just hope this isn’t “Another One [that] Bites the Dust.” Keep reading for more movies that you don’t want to miss this year! 14. A Star is Born ( October 5) We loved him in “Silver Linings Playbook” and “The Hangover,” and now acclaimed actor Bradley Cooper is expected to make his directorial debut with the 21st Century remake of the musical romantic drama “A Star Is Born.” Hollywood Reporter Cooper himself stars alongside Stefani Germanotta (aka Lady Gaga) in her first leading role in a major feature film. The pic about a troubled actor who helps an aspiring entertainer find fame has already had two remakes since 1937. We’re just wondering if there’s any connection to Gaga’s hit “Born This Way.” 15. Aquaman From the deserts of Essos to the watery depths of the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, Jason Momoa (“Game of Thrones”) is championing the diversity depicted in his eponymous character as Warner Bros. gives DC Comics character “Aquaman” his own solo feature. Movie Web With a $160 million budget, the aquatic action blockbuster will dive into the background of the sea-faring superhero who finds himself the unassuming heir to the marine kingdom on edge. The supporting cast is swimmingly stupendous with Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman and Willem Dafoe. Don’t miss the next epic works of entertainment on this list – keep scrolling! 16. Everybody Knows Real-life couple Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem are returning to the big screen together for Iranian director/writer Asghar Farhadi’s Spanish-language psychological thriller “Everybody Knows” (“Todos Lo Saben”). We’re definitely happy to see the pair back for the 10 million euro production. The Playlist The plotline vows to be “caliente” as it follows Spanish woman Carolina (Cruz) who returns from Argentina to her hometown near Madrid with her husband and children. Unexpected events interrupt the trip and secrets from the past are revealed, completely changing the lives of Carolina and her family. 17. Mary Poppins Returns (December 25) Everyone’s favorite magical nanny is coming back to a chimney near you with a new sequel to the 1964 classic starring Julie Andrews. British beauty Emily Blunt stars in the iconic titular role alongside “Hamilton” playwright Lin-Manuel Miranda in the “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” return of Mary Poppins. USA Today The musical marvel is set 25 years after the original Disney phenomenon in 1930s London. The jolly, flying umbrella-toting caretaker returns to the aid of an adult Michael (Ben Whishaw) and Jane Banks (Emily Mortimer). Doesn’t that just add “A Spoonful of Sugar” to your day? 18. Where’d You Go Bernadette (May 11) This “dramedy” about 15-year-old Bee Branch’s search for her agoraphobic architect mother, Bernadette, who goes missing shortly before a family vacation to Antarctica is due to make it to theaters just in time for Mother’s Day. Collider The film adapted from Maria Semple’s novel of the same name stars Cate Blanchett as the erratic and enigmatic Bernadette. Kristen Wiig, Billy Crudup and Judy Greer are among the talent-packed cast in filmmaker Richard Linklater’s mystery vowing hilarity. Our only question is, when will you arrive, Bernadette? 19. First Man (October 12) We’ll all be moonwalking to the cinema for this one! Ryan Gosling stars a Neil Armstrong alongside Claire Foy (“The Crown”) in the upcoming historical drama about the years leading up to the famed Apollo 11 mission. Time Gosling’s “La La Land” helmer Damien Chazelle is taking the reins on the production. The flick is bound to present a stellar performance with the out-of-this-world cast that also includes Kyle Chandler, Pablo Schreiber, Corey Stoll and Jason Clarke. We can’t wait for it to land in theaters! 20. Deadpool 2 (June 1) Ryan Reynolds is returning as everyone’s favorite wisecracking antihero in this sequel to the 2016 success story. All the ridiculously inappropriate and quirky antics are back as bad-mouthed mercenary Deadpool/Wade Wilson fends off ninjas, the yakuza and a pack of aggressive canines in this new adventure. Digital Trends Josh Brolin (who plays antagonist Thanos in the upcoming Avengers sequel) and Zadie Beetz will join respectively as Cable and Domino – iconic foes of the sardonic star. With massive fan buzz and exorbitant box office expectations, a lot is riding on the flick breaking records along with the fourth wall. 21. Widows (November 16) Oscar-winning filmmaker Steve McQueen (“12 Years a Slave”) is bound to wow us all against in this full-length heist thriller based on the 1983 ITV series of the same name. The movie takes place in modern-day Chicago where four armed robbers are killed in a failed robbery attempt. Houston Defender/The Telegraph The widows of the ill-begotten thieves then step in to finish the job. McQueen and Gillian Flynn (“Gone Girl”) penned the screenplay that features a cast so good it should be a crime. Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Colin Farrell and Liam Neeson are in it… need we say more? Continue reading to find out what is considered 2018’s most-anticipated blockbuster. 22. Avengers: Infinity War (April 25) Iron Man, Thor, the Hulk, Black Panther and the rest of your favorite superheroes are uniting in what is quite possibly the most-anticipated movie of 2018. Moviegoers are eagerly awaiting the long-expected battle that will end this era of the Marvel heroes and usher in a new chapter. Apple Trailers After 10 years in the making, the Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy face up against the malevolent Thanos, and (gasp!) not all of the “good guys” are said to make it out alive. Get ready for one epic showdown with this star-packed roster of ridiculous awesomeness. 23. X-Men: Dark Phoenix (November 2) 2018 seems to be shaping up as a prolific year for superhero screen sensations. This follow-up to “X-Men: Apocalypse” will see the return of Mystique (Jennifer Lawrence), Professor X (James McAvoy), Magneto (Michael Fassbender), Jean Grey/Dark Phoenix (Sophie Turner) and an alien shapeshifter (Jessica Chastain). IMDB Turner has vowed that this installation will “revolutionize” the genre of the mutant superhero franchise. But after the disappointment of 2016’s “Apocalypse,” fans and critics alike are awaiting the flick with cautious anticipation. Here’s to hope it’ll morph into something good. 24. Annihilation (February 15) No strange to action movies, Natalie Portman takes the lead as a biologist in “Ex Machina” director Alex Garland’s sci-fi horror thriller “Annihilation.” Portman is accompanied on-screen by a team including a psychologist (Jennifer Jason Leigh), a surveyor (Tessa Thompson) and an anthropologist (Gina Rodriguez). Wired The film follows the expedition of the experts into a quarantined environmental disaster zone called Area X. There, the rules of biology don’t apply and all but one of a group of soldiers who previously entered have disappeared. With a cast like that, you’ll have to brave it. 25. Unsane (March 23) “Ocean’s Eleven” director Steven Soderbergh is adding his first psychological horror film,“Unsane,” to his insanely impressive repertoire. Although details of production have largely been kept under secretive wraps, we know it was filmed entirely on an iPhone. Variety Claire Foy, who seems to be everywhere now after “The Crown” (and for good reason), stars alongside Juno Temple, Aimee Mullins and Jay Pharoah. The “reality-type horror” centers on a possibly delusional (but possibly not) woman who was involuntarily committed to a mental institution. Sounds crazy good! 26. Boy Erased (September 28) Coming-of-age drama “Boy Erased” is based on Garrard Conley’s 2016 memoir recounting his youth as a Baptist minister’s son, in which his family forced him to go to a gay conversion program or be permanently cut off from those closest to him. Daily Mail The highly-anticipated tale that touches on the pertinent issue of the LGBT community in conservative, small-town America boats a cast list of top talent. Joel Edgerton directs and Lucas Hedges (Manchester by the Sea), Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe star. Keep scrolling for more must-see films coming soon to theaters. 27. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (December 14) The live-action Spider-Man franchise has distinctly spun its web around the movie industry for more than a decade. But now, creative visionaries Phil Lord and Christopher Miller (“The Lego Movie” and “21 Jump Street”) are behind the development of this 3D, computer-animated addition to Marvel’s arachnid-inspired agglomeration. Apple Trailers The visual inspiration was drawn from the original comic book appearance of the spindly superhero. Despite those classic references, the film follows Miles Morales (Shameik Moore), who assumes the Spider-Man identity after the death of the iconic Peter Parker. We can’t wait to see if this one sticks. 28. Mute (2018) Alexander Skarsgård, Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux – need we say more? Ok, but, we will. In this “Blade Runner” inspired neon-hued mystery-thriller, a mute bartender (Skarsgård) takes on a futuristic Berlin’s seedy underworld in the search of his mysteriously missing lover (Seyneb Saleh). Slash Film It turns out the protagonist has a violent past and two American surgeons are the only recurring clues. Fans are anxiously awaiting for the Netflix sci-fi noir to get here as director Duncan Jones has billed it as the “spiritual sequel” to his celebrated feature debut “Moon.” 29. Backseat (2018) Fans are gawking over the unrecognizable movie makeovers (we’re talking weight changes and major prosthetics) Christian Bale and Amy Adams underwent for their roles as Dick Cheney and his wife, Lynne, in this biopic about George W. Bush’s second-in-command. Vulture Known to be one of the most powerful VP’s, Adam McKay’s film will take a look at the policies and the behind-the-scenes steering of Cheney’s influence. Sam Rockwell, Bill Pullman and Steve Carell are also billed to appear in the political drama. Some of the most-anticipated flicks of the year are coming up, keep reading. 30. Crazy Rich Asians (August 17) This Warner Bros’ romantic-comedy is based on Kevin Kwan’s best-selling novel in which he sought to “introduce a contemporary Asia to a North American audience.” The story follows New York native Rachel We (Constance Wu) as she joins her longtime boyfriend to his friend’s wedding in Singapore. Vulture Before long, Rachel realizes that her beau is actually from a mega-wealthy family and that he’s one of the most sought-after bachelors in Asia. Rachel then finds herself having to vie for the approval of boyfriend Nick’s (Henry Golding) uber privileged family all the while fending off jealous socialites. 31. Isle of Dogs (March 23) Here’s one for adults and children alike. Helmed by acclaimed director Wes Anderson (Fantastic Mr. Fox), this stop-motion animated adventure-comedy is set in Japan and follows one boy’s quest to a quarantined island of dogs in search of his beloved pet, Spots. Vulture Filmed in Anderson’s distinctive style, the flick about furry friends features an impressive ensemble voice cast. With voice work by the likes of Yoko Ono, Scarlett Johansson, Tilda Swinton, Liev Schreiber, Harvey Keitel, Edward Norton, Bill Murray and Jeff Goldblum, our tails are wagging for this one. 32. The Favourite (2018) This star-studded period drama set in 18th century England during the unlikely reign of Queen Anne. Leading lady of British drama Olivia Colman will star as the monarch while Rachel Weisz plays her adviser and lover, Sarah Churchill. The talented cast is only bolstered by the renowned Emma Stone. Indie Wire Officially pitted by Fox as “a bawdy, acerbic tale of royal intrigue, passion, envy, and betrayal,” we definitely won’t want to miss Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos’ (“The Lobster”) portrayal of one of history’s most prominent real-life game of thrones. Scroll on for more movies that are expected to give you more bang for your buck. 33. 50 Shades Freed (February 8) Whether you love it or hate it, the “Fifty Shades” erotic-romance series comes to its third and final chapter just before Valentine’s Day. Although critical reception of the franchise is divided, the sexy trilogy has remained relatively popular among moviegoers. W Magazine Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan return as a married Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey as the saucy BDSM-themed drama ties up loose ends. Appearances by Kim Basinger and Rita Ora will add to celebrity appeal. Only time can tell, however, if this one will whip past its predecessors in ticket sales. 34. Mamma Mia!: Here We Go Again (July 2018) Popular Broadway musical turned big screen sing-along “Mamma Mia!” is finally getting a sequel, 10 years after the release of the original ABBA-infused sensation. Endearing dancing queens Sophie (Amanda Seyfried), Donna (Meryl Streep), Rosie (Julie Walters) and Tanya (Christine Baranski) return for more fluffy fun under the Greek sun. Daily Mail All the infectious enthusiasm of the first flick is expected in the second coming as a few new famous faces – most notably Cher (yes!) and Lily James – join the lively crew. Andy Garcia will join the equally prominent male cast as Fernando (we see where that’s going). 35. Hotel Mumbai (2018) Director Anthony Maras previously took on geopolitical conflict in the acclaimed 2011 film “The Palace,” and now he’s touching on the harrowing events that took place at the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel during the 2008 spree of terrorist attacks in the Indian city. Variety The production is likely to drive home a heartbreakingly harsh account. Along with the historically interesting subject matter, the film taps the golden talents of stars Dev Patel (“Lion”), Armie Hammer, Anupam Kher and Jason Isaacs. Wish all those elements in place, it’s likely “Hotel Mumbai” will deliver. 36. 15:17 to Paris (February 9) Clint Eastwood helms this biographical thriller-drama about the true story of three men whose brave actions in the face of an armed terrorist group on a train headed to Paris helped thwart what could have ended in mass tragedy. Coming Soon.net Spencer Stone, Anthony Sadler and Alek Skarlatos play themselves in the dramatic reconstruction of their courageous takedown of the assailants in the 2015 Thalys train assault. The choice of non-actors rehashing their own harrowing experience is bound to leave us clinging to the edge of seats, and/or our tissues. 37. The New Mutants (April 13) There have already been quite a few superhero (particularly Marvel) motion pictures on this list so far, and Josh Boone’s “The New Mutants” is one of three of the year’s additions to the X-Men universe. However, there are a few major discrepancies with “The New Mutants.” Xmen Films.com First of all, the X-Men spinoff is expected to be a horror film. The five teenage mutants central to the storyline could also be less concerned about joining the X-Men as their priorities focus mainly on trying to escape a mysteriously haunted asylum. Sounds eerily intriguing! 38. Peter Rabbit (February 9) Here’s another one for the whole family. Beatrix Potter’s beloved bedtime story character is coming to life (well CGI live-action) in this feature film adaptation of the adventures of the “hare-y” hero who has found a place in the hearts of generations of readers. Variety The film takes on the world of anthropomorphic animals features a new feud between the mischievous namesake character and his nemesis Mr. McGregor. The head-turning voice cast includes James Corden, Daisy Ridley and Sia while Rose Byrne and Domhnall Gleeson hold live-action parts. Praised be for chamomile tea! 39. Roma (2018) Powerhouse Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón Orozco has left fans waiting for new material for FOUR years since the release of his Oscar-winner epic “Gravity.” While not much has been revealed, the film chronicles a year in the life of a middle-class family in Mexico City in the 1970s. Indie Wire “Roma” is perhaps even more notable as it is the first project Cuarón has done in his home country since his breakthrough hit “Y Tu Mama Tambien.” The cast and release date haven’t been divulged yet, but if his past films are any indicator, it’ll all be worth the wait. 40. Mary Magdalene (March 30) “Lion” director Garth Davis’ upcoming Biblical biopic paints a portrait of one of the most enigmatic figures in gospel history. Rooney Mara (“The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”) plays the long-debated disciple of Jesus of Nazareth, played by Joaquin Phoenix. Trailer Addict While it’s always an ambitious endeavor to take on the grand themes of faith, it appears that the female perspective of “Mary Magdalene” will depict her in a more empathetic light than, say, Mel Gibson’s “The Passion of the Christ.” With Chiwetel Ejiofor and Tahar Rahim also cast, we’re definitely interested in this one. Don’t forget to SHARE this article with all of your movie-lover friends! Sources: Village Voice, Mashable UP NEXT Gunsmoke: Top Facts Behind The Longest-Lived Show on Television... 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