The 2018 release calendars of all major film studios are already known to the public and it seems that this year will be a big one for cinema, as a slate of exciting movies are set to come out. Below you can find a list of the productions we are looking forward to watch.
Black Panther (February 16). Based on the Marvel Comics character of the same name, Black Panther features the first black superhero T’Challa, who is the king of Wakanda, a fictional African nation. Like all good superhero movies, there is also a supervillain, played by Michael B. Jordan. He is an exiled prince whose rivalry with Black Panther will drag Wakanda into war.
Annihilation (February 23). Even if mutant sharks aren’t usually your cup of tea, Annihilation is a movie you can’t miss. It features Natalie Portman as a biologist who embarks on a secret expedition to an isolated area that doesn’t seem to obey the rules of nature.
A Wrinkle In Time (March 9). This Disney flick is an adaptation of a sci-fi children’s novel by Madeleine L’Engle and tells the story of a young girl and her brother (Storm Reid and Charles Wallace, who go on a quest to find her lost father. What’s peculiar about their journey is that it takes place through space and time.
Avengers: Infinity War (May 4). In this new Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, the Avengers and their allies will face off a new danger – an intergalactic warlord called Thanos whose goal is to collect all six Infinity Stones. Thor, Iron Man, Captain America, the Hulk and the rest of the squad reunite against their most powerful enemy yet. Don’t miss it out in a theatre near you!
Deadpool 2 (June 1). Ryan Reynolds returns as the Merc With a Mouth in the sequel to the 2016 hit and embarks on a new adventure battling ninjas, the yakuza and a pack of aggressive canines. He gets help from fellow mutants Domino and Cable.
A Star Is Born (October 5). Bradley Cooper’s directorial debut, this upcoming musical romantic drama is a remake of a 1937 movie and stars Lady Gaga, Sam Elliott, Dave Chappelle and other known artists. It’s basically an update of the classic rise and fall story in show business.
First Man (October 12). This is a biographical historical drama directed by Damien Chazelle and it will give viewers some insight into the life of Neil Armstrong and his extraordinary accomplishment –becoming the first man to walk on the Moon.
Aquaman (December 21). DC Comics will out a single movie this year – Aquaman, whose action follows the events of Justice League. After inheriting the underwater kingdom of Atlantis, Arthur Curry must lead his people and set an example for them by being the hero they need.