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Upcoming Spring Movies 2019 – 15 Best New Movie Releases Coming Out This Spring
What happens after Awards Season? That’s right: Blockbuster Season begins. While the big Hollywood releases used to be reserved for the summer, the big studios have been dropping summer blockbuster-quality movies year-round. With Captain Marvel already in theaters and Avengers: Endgame on the way, the next few months could be dominated by Marvel. But they aren’t the only superheroes in town, and they’ll have to compete with some remakes and reboots and live-action Disney features to boot. Here are the biggest movies hitting theaters this spring.
Us (March 22)
Jordan Peele’s followup to the smash hit Get Out looks like another terrifying thriller. Starring an impressive cast that includes Winston Duke, Lupita Nyong’o, Elizabeth Moss, and Tim Heidecker, it follows a family who are stalked and terrorized by a mysterious group of doppelgangers.
Dumbo (March 29)
The first of three live-action remakes of Disney movies hitting theaters in the next year, this one comes from Tim Burton and tells the tale of a circus elephant with the ability to fly.
Pet Sematary (April 5)
Jason Clarke, Amy Seimetz, and John Lithgow star in this remake of Stephen King’s horror classic about a family who moves into a New England house—only to discover some terrifying secrets about the backyard.
Shazam! (April 5)
The DC Extended Universe takes a page out of the Marvel book, delivering a light-hearted and irreverent superhero movie starring Zachary Levi as the titular comic book hero (whose powers do not include identifying songs for you).
Teen Spirit (April 5)
Actor Max Minghella makes his directorial debut with this drama about a shy young woman named Violet (Dakota Fanning) who dreams of pop superstardom and an escape out of her dull, menial life—which she finds in the form of a singing competition.
Hellboy (April 12)
While Guillermo Del Toro’s two adaptations of Mike Mignola’s graphic novel were critical and box office successes, that hasn’t stopped The Descent director Neil Marshall from rebooting it with his own spin. Stranger Things star David Harbour dons the red makeup to play the titular anti-superhero.
Her Smell (April 12)
Elisabeth Moss stars in this rock and roll drama as a Courtney Love-esque frontwoman of a punk band who tries to clean up her act in order to revive her band’s early success.
The Curse of La Llorona (April 19)
The Conjuring cinematic universe expands once again, this time following Father Perez from the hit spin-off Annabelle as he combats the ghostly La Llorana from Mexican folklore.
Avengers: Endgame (April 26)
Prepare yourself for the epic finale to the battle between Marvel’s biggest superheroes and their greatest foe, Thanos. It’s an anticipated close to the MCU’s current plot line that will certainly bring about the departure of many of the series’ biggest stars.
Long Shot (May 3)
Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron star in this black comedy from director Jonathan Levine about an out-of-work journalist who still pines for his childhood babysitter, who has grown up to become a powerful politician.
Pokémon: Detective Pikachu (May 10)
The beloved anime monster gets the live-action treatment and a voice (specifically Ryan Reynolds’s voice) in this comedy that places the Pokémon in a film noir setting.
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum (May 17)
They say it’s not worth fixing something that isn’t broken, and so the latest chapter of the John Wick series follows Keanu Reeves’s titular assassin as he outruns and outwits the legion of nameless killers who are out to get him.
Aladdin (May 24)
Guy Ritchie directs his own live-action Disney film, with Will Smith stepping into the big slippers to play the Genie first made famous by the late Robin Williams. (The first look at Smith’s Genie is, admittedly, quite jarring.)
Booksmart (May 24)
Olivia Wilde makes her directorial debut with this coming-of-age comedy starring Lady Bird’s Beanie Feldstein and Last Man Standing’s Kaitlyn Dever as two straight-laced graduating high school seniors who have one shot at teenage debauchery before they head off to college.
Brightburn (May 24)
What if Superman were, in fact, the bad guy? That’s the twist in this anti-superhero tale about a pair of parents who adopt a gifted child who arrives from outer space—only he doesn’t use his supernatural powers for good.