What movies to watch in 2018? From superhero epics and space smugglers to rampaging dinosaurs, Horror movies, Comedy and demonic nuns. There’s plenty of cinematic joys to look forward in 2018.
Here are the 5 upcoming movies we’re most excited about and you should defenitely check them out.
The list of top 5 movies to watch in 2018.
1) Pacific Rim: Uprising
For some time, it looked as if the Pacific Rim sequel wouldn’t actually happen. An original film has a mediocre US box office performance, and despite its popularity overseas, the film was hit which has a series of delays and changing personnel. But Pacific Rim: Uprising finally arrives in March. Director Stephen DeKnight is not likely to get the same level of dazzling visual artistry as Guillermo Del Toro, however with with Star Wars favorite John Boyega in the lead role along with a totally new range of awesome Kaiju-killing Jaegers, Uprising should deliver some crowd-pleasing monster mayhem.
Release date: March 23, 2018
2) The New Mutants
The large success of the R-rated X-Men spin-offs Deadpool and Logan proved that superhero movies may have adult themes and content but nonetheless be embraced by a wide array of fans. The New Mutants is apparently moving in a fresh direction again–director Josh Boone has been promising a full on “horror movie” for some time, and the first trailer delivers about this. The movie looks scary as hell, as a group of young mutant teens (including The Witch’s Anya Taylor-Joy and Game of Thrones’s Maisie Williams) comprehend their powers while locked up in a terrifying top-secret facility.
Release date: April 13, 2018
3) Super Troopers 2
Hitting theaters around the very appropriate date of April 20, Super Troopers 2 will be the crowd-funded sequel to the cult 2001 comedy. Every one of the key members of the Broken Lizard comedy team return with this second movie, which sees the hapless Vermont troopers delivered to the Canadian border, to a town that was regarded as Canadian soil but is really part of the US. “We essentially have to impose US law on a couple of Canadians which are not at all happy about it,” Broken Lizard member Paul Soter said about the movie.
Release date: April 20
4) Black Panther
The very first of 2018’s Marvel movies, the spectacular trailers for Black Panther suggest a wild combination of political intrigue, incredible set design, and amazing action. The film’s star, Chadwick Boseman, reprises his role from Captain America: Civil War; and director Ryan Cooler’s success using the Rocky spin-off Creed proved that he can handle heartfelt drama as well as gritty action. With a supporting cast that includes Michael B. Jordan (Creed), Lupita Nyong’o (Star Wars: The Last Jedi), Danai Gurira (The Walking Dead), and Daniel Kaluuya (Get Out)–plus a Hobbit reunion for Martin Freeman and Andy Serkis–this is a Marvel movie that appears set to continue the studio’s cinematic hot streak.
Release date: February 16, 2018
5) X-Men: Dark Phoenix
There were rumours any time the relatively disappointing box office outcomes of X-Men: Apocalypse, Fox was looking reboot the entire X-franchise. But that’s proved ‘t be the case, and all the regular cast are returning for the long awaited adaptation with the the classic Dark Phoenix storyline from Marvel’s comic books. The storyline was tackled inside a half-hearted way in 2006’s X-Men: the Last Stand, however with the franchise’s long-time writer/producer Simon Kinberg making his directing debut, hopes are the high that Dark Phoenix will truly carry out the story justice. Plus, this may be the last X-Men movie that isn’t section of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, following December’s sale of Fox’s entertainment assets to Disney.
Release date: November 2, 2018