There are a whole lot of movies coming out in 2019 and they run the gamut from superhero tentpoles to live-action retellings of Disney animated classics, animated sequels, prestigious historical dramas, and everything in-between. 2018 has only just concluded its run and it was a pretty terrific year for movies overall. This past month was especially impressive, with critically-acclaimed films like Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, Mary Poppins Returns, Aquaman, and Bumblebee all releasing within a week or so of one another.

As always, things are slowing down now that January has arrived. Moviegoers would do best to catch their breath while they can, however, because it won't be long before the first hotly-anticipated films of 2019 start make their way to theaters (starting near the end of this month). In the meantime, we're going to run-down Every Movie Coming Out in 2019.

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January 2019

Escape Room (Friday, January 4) - An original horror-thriller that pits six strangers against an escape room challenge that turns out to be a series of deadly traps.

A Dog's Way Home (Friday, January 11) - The adaptation of W. Bruce Cameron's book follows a dog on a 400-mile journey to reunite with her owner.

The Upside (Friday, January 11) - A remake of the 2011 French film The Intouchables about a paralyzed billionaire (Bryan Cranston) and his caretaker (Kevin Hart).

Glass (Friday, January 18) - M. Night Shymalan's sequel to Unbreakable and Split. Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, and Anya Taylor-Joy reprise their roles from those films.

The Kid Who Would Be King (Friday, January 25) - A fantasy adventure in which a modern London schoolboy picks up Excalibur and battles the evil sorceress Morgana (Rebecca Ferguson).

Serenity (Friday, January 25) - Matthew McConaughey stars in this mystery-thriller as a fishing boat captain whose ex-wife (Anne Hathaway) asks him to murder her abusive new husband.

February 2019

Miss Bala (Friday, February 1) - A remake of the 2011 Mexican drama that stars Gina Rodriguez as a makeup artist who is kidnapped by and fights back against a Mexican drug cartel.

Jacob's Ladder (Friday, February 1) - A remake of the 1990 psychological horror-thriller that stars Michael Ealy as a war veteran haunted by bizarre visions and hallucinations.

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part (Friday, February 8) - The sequel to The LEGO Movie. Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Banks, and Will Arnett reprise their voice roles from the original film.

What Men Want (Friday, February 8) - Taraji P. Henson plays a woman who can read men's minds in this gender-swapped remake of the 2000 comedy What Women Want.

Cold Pursuit (Friday, February 8) - Liam Neeson stars as a snowplow driver seeking revenge against a drug cartel. An Americanized remake of the 2011 Norwegian dark action-comedy In Order of Disappearance.

The Prodigy (Friday, February 8) - A horror-thriller that stars Taylor Schilling as a mother whose son starts to behave in disturbing ways and may be supernaturally possessed.

Isn't It Romantic (Thursday, February 14) - Rebel Wilson stars in this comedy as a woman who is knocked out during an attempted mugging and wakes up in a PG-13 rom-com universe.

Alita: Battle Angel (Thursday, February 14) - A live-action adaptation of the sci-fi action manga that was directed by Robert Rodriguez and co-written/produced by James Cameron.

Happy Death Day 2U (Thursday, February 14) - The sequel to Blumhouse's sci-fi slasher horror-comedy Happy Death Day. Jessica Rothe and Israel Broussard reprise their roles from the first movie.

Fighting with My Family (Thursday, February 14) - A docudrama-comedy inspired by Saraya-Jade Bevis' real life journey to becoming the WWE wrestling sensation Paige.

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World (Friday, February 22) - The third and final entry in the How to Train Your Dragon series. Jay Baruchel and America Ferrera reprise their voice roles from the previous films.

The Rhythm Section (Friday, February 22) - Blake Lively stars as a woman who becomes an assassin as she hunts down the people responsible for her family's death. Based on the novel by Mark Burnell.

The Turning (Friday, February 22) - A modern adaptation of Henry James' novel The Turn of the Screw. Mackenzie Davis stars as a nanny who cares for two orphans in what she comes to believe is a haunted house.

March 2019

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Tyler Perry's A Madea Family Funeral (Friday, March 1) - Madea (Tyler Perry) and her family's attempt to plan a funeral goes awry in this comedy. This will reportedly be Perry's last Madea film.

Greta (Friday, March 1) - A young woman (Chloë Grace Moretz) befriends a lonely widow (Isabelle Huppert) who's not what she seems in this Neil Jordan thriller.

Captain Marvel (Friday, March 8) - The second to last film in Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Brie Larson stars as Carol Danvers, an ex-U.S. Air Force pilot who becomes one of the galaxy's most powerful heroes.

Us (Friday, March 15) - A family on vacation battles their evil doppelgängers in Jordan Peele's second horror-thriller after Get Out.

Wonder Park (Friday, March 15) - An original animated film about a young girl who imagines a magical amusement park populated by talking animals... only to discover the park exists in real-life.

Greyhound (Friday, March 22) -  Tom Hanks stars as the newly-minted commander of the Navy destroyer Greyhound in this WWII drama. Based on the novel The Good Shepherd by C. S. Forester.

The Beach Bum (Friday, March 22) - Harmony Korine's comedy stars Matthew McConaughey as a stoner named Moondog, who lives life by his own rules.

Five Feet Apart (Friday, March 22) - A pair of teenagers with cystic fibrosis fall in love while struggling to battle their illnesses. Adapted from the novel by Rachel Lippincott.

Where'd You Go, Bernadette (Friday, March 22) - Cate Blanchett plays an architect who mysteriously disappears one day, leaving it to daughter to find her. Based on the novel by Maria Semple.

The Informer (Friday, March 22) - Joel Kinnaman stars as a special ops soldier-turned convict who teams up with the FBI to take down a powerful crime boss. Adapted from the book Three Seconds by Roslund & Hellström.

Captive State (Friday, March 29) - This original sci-fi thriller takes place ten years after an alien force occupies earth. John Goodman, Ashton Saunders, and Vera Farmiga star in the film.

Dumbo (Friday, March 29) - Tim Burton directs this live-action remake of Disney's animated film about an infant circus elephant whose enormous ears allow him to fly.

Wounds (Friday, March 29) - A psychological thriller about a New Orleans bartender (Armie Hammer) whose life begins to fall apart after he picks up a phone left behind at his bar.

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