24 Movies That Are Going To Blow Everyone Away In 2018

24 Movies That Are Going To Blow Everyone Away In 2018


Movies are big business, and major studios
earmark their spots on the release schedule years ahead of time. As such, it isn’t too early to start making
box office predictions for 2018. There are dozens of promising projects slated
for release, so here are some of the movies that are going to blow everyone away in 2018. Han Solo Now that Rogue One has proven that the Star
Wars galaxy is viable even without Jedi, the Han Solo prequel, with Alden Ehrenreich taking
over the role from Harrison Ford, has sturdier legs than R2D2. The film, co-directed by Phil Lord and Christopher
Miller, co-stars TV’s Emilia Clarke and Donald Glover, and looks to shed light on how Han
became such a swaggering space scoundrel in the first place. Han Solo’s faithful fans should be eager to
see a story from his younger days. But the big question remains — will we finally
get to meet Chewy’s family on the big screen? (Wookie roars) Hopefully, the answer’s a resounding “no.” We’ll find out on May 25, 2018. Avengers: Infinity War If we had to pick a shoe-in for smash of the
summer, it’d have to be Infinity War. The MCU has really all been building up to
this moment. Iron Man and his Avengers, the Guardians of
the Galaxy, Spider-Man, Doctor Strange, and Captain Marvel — everyone’s gonna be there
for the big battle’s beginning. This is the blockbuster of the year, no doubt
about it, and it launches on May 4, 2018. The Predator Kicking off a new round of interplanetary
big game hunting, The Predator finds writer-director Shane Black — who was one of Arnold’s fellow
soldiers in the 1987 original — making a long-overdue return to the franchise. Black’s promised to make it “the biggest Predator
yet” on February 9, 2018, with the help of sci-fi savvy stars Boyd Holbrook and Olivia
Munn. Bad Boys for Life By the time Bad Boys for Life hits theaters,
a full 15 years will have passed since Bad Boys 2, when detectives Mike Lowrey, played
by Will Smith, and Marcus Burnett, played by Martin Lawrence, decided that they were,
well… “Bad boys for life.” It’s a bromantic sentiment which is obviously
true if they’ve survived another decade and a half together. Little is known about what the duo will be
getting into this time, but if it’s anything like the first two films, it’s bound to escalate
quickly. “Now back up, put the gun down, and give me
a pack of Tropical Fruit Bubblicious.” “And some Skittles.” Pacific Rim: Uprising The domestic receipts for 2013’s Pacific Rim
were a bit of a disappointment, but the Guillermo del Toro film was well-liked by those who
actually ventured out to see the stylish sci-fi showcase. Even though the lackluster North American
ticket sales of the first film seemed to put the idea of a follow-up in the “unlikely”
column, international audiences, always ready for a monster fight, gave producers enough
motivation to justify greenlighting a second round of the Kaiju smackdown. John Boyega joins the cast as the son of Idris
Elba’s character from the first installment. Expect a release on February 23, 2018. Ant-Man and the Wasp For many, Ant-Man was one of the most enjoyable
entries in the MCU to date. The tiny title character, played by Paul Rudd,
was as earnest as they come, and the Honey I Shrunk the Kids-esque visual spectacle of
the movie was just pure fun. The final act set the stage for Hope van Dyne,
played by Evangeline Lilly, to finally suit up alongside our hero. So for those who’ve relished the Wasp’s adventures
in the comics, it’s about time we get to see her fly. And at least we know that Ant-Man survives
Infinity War, right? We’ll find out on July 6, 2018. Wreck-It Ralph 2 Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph was a commercial and
critical success that found a way to entertain kids and parents nostalgic for the 8-bit era. We know John C. Reilly and Sarah Silverman
will return to voice their unlikely heroic duo, but all that’s been revealed so far is
that it’ll be released on March 9, 2018, and Ralph will be “wreaking havoc on the web”
this time around. And we already know that Reilly is an Internet
expert, so we’re in good hands. “In 1971, Bill Grates invented Michaelsoft. Wouldn’t it be cool if I could remember
my DINGUS password for my email? That would be cool!” Black Panther The Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding
even further in Phase Three, with Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther branching out to Wakanda to
focus on Chadwick Boseman’s T’Challa, who made his debut in 2016’s Captain America:
Civil War. With an all-star cast that includes Oscar-winner
Lupita Nyong’o and Danai Gurira, along with frequent Coogler collaborator Michael B. Jordan,
Black Panther is poised to continue the MCU’s streak of box office domination on February
16, 2018. Aquaman The brief introduction of Arthur “Aquaman”
Curry in Dawn of Justice was but a taste of what’s to come from Game of Thrones’ Jason
Momoa as the trident-wielding hero, who’ll embrace his destiny as the heir to the kingdom
of Atlantis. Director James Wan helms the wet and wild
action film, set for release on October 5, 2018, with Amber Heard, Patrick Wilson, and
Willem Dafoe also on deck to star. Thankfully, there are no green stretch pants
in sight. Tomb Raider Even without Angelina Jolie back for another
round of archaeological badassery as Lara Croft, the Tomb Raider reboot-slash-prequel
should fare nicely with recent Oscar winner Alicia Vikander stepping into the lead role. On March 16, 2018, the new film will take
viewers back in time into an earlier chapter from the character’s history… “Well…kill her!” “Hey!” Okay, maybe not that early. Croft will on a search for her father and
Walton Goggins is coming on to play the villain. The Incredibles 2 Disney-Pixar’s The Incredibles was a blast,
but writer-director Brad Bird took a long break before getting down to work on a second
installment. Details on the sequel are slim, but with our
live-action comic heroes mostly just fighting with each other lately, it might be prime
time to offer up a return to good old-fashioned villain-fighting. If you’re looking for a semi-sequel before
the film’s release on June 15, 2018, you can always dig out your GameCube and play Rise
of the Underminer. Jurassic World Sequel After what happened in 2015’s Jurassic World,
it might be hard to envision a scenario that would allow the world’s deadliest theme park
to legally reopen for business. But the film’s box office domination made
a sequel a legal requirement. While we can’t even guess what they’ll get
up to this time around, we know stars Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard are expected
to reprise their roles on June 22, 2018. That, and there’ll be a lot of action figures. “And a pteranodon battles a spitting dilophosaurus! Each sold separately!” Mission: Impossible 6 Tom Cruise’s Ethan Hunt is at it again. Director Christopher McQuarrie returns to
helm a sixth installment of the covert ops action-adventure series. While details are minimal as to what the actual
storyline will be, Cruise has promised that some bonkers new stunts he’s spent years training
for will be among the many set pieces. Get ready for action on July 27, 2018. A Wrinkle In Time Amazingly, the cherished sci-fi-fantasy children’s
classic has yet to be adapted to death by Hollywood, and we’re not counting the 2003
Disney Channel movie. So for director Ava DuVernay, the sky itself
isn’t even a limit as to what she can do with this beloved tale. She’s brought in a boatload of A-listers to
help her bring the saga to the silver screen, including Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, and
professional weirdo Zach Galifianakis. Put some time aside on April 6, 2018. The Flash The DC Extended Universe gives Ezra Miller
his turn to shine here in a standalone turn as Barry “The Flash” Allen, after the character
was introduced in Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. The small screen has been kind to the speedy
hero with The CW’s The Flash, but maybe not so kind to 1990’s Flash… …so there’s really no way to know which
kind of Flash we’ll get, especially now that the creative team on the film has changed
multiple times, and the script has returned for a complete rewrite. Still, there’s a good chance fans will race
to the ticket stand in 2018 for this one. Jungle Book Not to be confused with Disney’s animated
1967 classic, or the 1994 live-action film, or even Jon Favreau’s live-action version
from 2016, or the slew of other adaptations inspired by Rudyard Kipling’s book about a
boy who’s raised by jungle animals… Andy Serkis’ version of The Jungle Book, anticipated
for release on October 19, 2018, will feature him in prime motion-capture form, alongside
sci-fi fantasy mainstays Benedict Cumberbatch, Christian Bale, and Cate Blanchett. Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them 2 J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter spinoff series Fantastic
Beasts and Where to Find Them is on deck for its second installment, following Eddie Redmayne’s
Newt Scamander and his pals on another leg of his adventure through American Witchcraft
and Wizardry. Following the first film’s introduction of
Gellert Grindelwald, played by Johnny Depp, and a mention of Albus Dumbledore, the second
film is expected to begin the battle for the ages between the esteemed professor and his
former bestie-gone-rogue. The film launches on November 16, 2018. Mary Poppins Returns Author P.L. Travers might be rolling in her grave over
this one, but there’s reason to believe the new installment of the Mary Poppins story
could recapture some of the magic of the supercalifragilisticexpialidocious nanny and her now-grown charges. Emily Blunt stars in the title role, with
Emily Mortimer, Ben Whishaw, Colin Firth, and Lin-Manuel Miranda supporting. Dick Van Dyke is also expected to appear in
the film, but at over 90 years old, he won’t be climbing up any rooftops or cleaning chimneys
anytime soon. Get ready for a spoonful of Poppins on Christmas,
2018. Avatar 2 James Cameron has buzzed about a sequels to
his 2009 alien adventure Avatar for ages, and after years of much hype and delay, it’s
finally, probably, maybe actually happening. Sam Worthington and Zoe Saldana are expected
to reprise their roles as the formerly interspecies romantic partners Jake and Neytiri, and somehow
Sigourney Weaver is also going to be involved, despite the death of her character. But she’s also hinted that the pic might just
get pushed back again beyond its expected December 21, 2018 release date. Maze Runner: The Death Cure Production on the third Maze Runner installment
was significantly delayed back in April 2016 due to a gruesome injury suffered by lead
actor Dylan O’Brien on the set. Despite that setback and a middling domestic
box office return on the first sequel, The Scorch Trials, the series’ third run at the
big screen should kick off on January 12, 2018 — nearly a year after its planned release
date. But its promise to finally give those gladers
their big showdown with WCKD should be enough to give audiences their second wind and get
them out for the franchise’s finish line. Ready Player One While young adult dystopias haven’t all done
well at the box office lately, Ernest Cline’s bestselling novel has all the components to
make it a solid success. Combine an engrossing Willy Wonka and the
Chocolate Factory-meets-Hackers narrative, with a strong cast including Ben Mendelsohn,
T.J. Miller, and Olivia Cooke, and blockbuster director Steven Spielberg, and you have a
recipe for success. Start getting ready on March 30, 2018. If it’s anything like the book, it’ll be an
amazing trip back to the ’80s. (whipping it good) Rampage Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson just can’t seem
to miss lately. So with him on deck to star in this adaptation
of the classic arcade game about giant monsters destroying city skylines for the heck of it,
it doesn’t actually matter that it’s a ridiculous concept. Johnson will reunite with director Brad Peyton
— the same pairing that brought box office glory to 2012’s Journey 2: The Mysterious
Island and 2015’s San Andreas. Get ready for giant apes and killer lizards
on April 20, 2018. How The Grinch Stole Christmas Apparently, we haven’t seen the last of Dr.
Seuss’ Christmas-stealing character. While Jim Carrey’s turn as the holiday-hating
beast was enough to satisfy the live-action crowd, Universal Pictures is rebooting the
original on November 9, 2018, with Benedict Cumberbatch lending his vocals to the title
role, because the first two movies on this list starring Cumberbatch just weren’t enough. Ladies love the Cumberbatch. “He was so close that had he been wearing
cologne, I think I would have been able to tell. Just the lightest Cumbermusk in the Boston
sunshine.” Deadpool 2 Ryan Reynolds made a triumphant return as
Wade “Merc with a Mouth” Wilson in Deadpool after appearing as the mutilated character
in X-Men Origins: Wolverine. The unexpected departure of director Tim Miller
is a little troubling, but Reynolds remains dedicated to the franchise, and he’s indicated
that the sequel might bring a mutant mercenary named Domino on board for the next round of
action, as well as one more early reveal… “The sequel? We’re gonna have Cable.” Thanks for watching! Click the Looper icon to subscribe to our
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100 thoughts on “24 Movies That Are Going To Blow Everyone Away In 2018”

  1. Only one that peaks my interest and that is Predator. They never got the vibe back from the first Predator so I hope it will be bad-ass.

  2. The only one that picked my interest is Predator, since I loved the original Predator film w Arnold Schwarzenegger. But something tells me it's going to be a dud, ugh.

  3. Only looking forward to The Predator and Han Solo, since I'm a long time fan. Avengers I will probably watch with a friend cuz he's a Marvel fan and I followed the Avengers so far. I'll skip the rest. Okay, maybe MI:6 too (if I find some spare change for a ticket).

    Everything else: Fishman, Bug-Man, Flashback, Black Pussy, Bad Kids, Jurrasic the 10th, Tomb Boredom, Jungle Crap, yada yada yada – all bullshit. I would rather watch Gladiator every night for 30 days and I'd still get more out of it. Followed by 10 days each of Heat, Shawshank Redemption and Aliens.

  4. Remember when films were made with some thought about the script, storyline, characters. When it was about the art of riveting storytelling not profit?

    Now its hours of grown ups dressed in spandex running around saving everything. Boring!!! BANG BOOM

  5. he says hopefully we wont finally be able to meet Chewwies family on the screen but I don't aaaaaaAAAaAaAaarGgree with that.

  6. Black panther sucked, terrible comic!!! Not even a real animal. Had black power undertones so the race mongers had to beat the drum and praise it

  7. This list is terrible, half these movies are big budget but doesn't mean anything yes they will do well and makes shit tons of money but half of these if not the whole list will be terrible.

  8. Jurassic Park… definitely original idea, predator mhm, avengers SO NEW, Pacific rim, I don’t see why anyone likes the film now, oh wait another Godzilla, I guess it’s fine because it’s old monsters from Toho but Seriously this video is so lazy they just look up films that will be coming out in 2018, then title the video These movies will blow you away…

  9. Movies today are nothing compared to films from the 60s to mid 90s. With lack of quality actors and directors even with the over use of CGI,they'll never be the same.

  10. This lot is just Utter Juvenile Junk, to want too watch this rubbish, you required to have a brain the size of a bloody Pea.

  11. Check out the anything & everything show with Simmy & bones with their new film reviews it's a new up & coming show really interesting.

  12. So… I wish I could say that all of these movies did great, and half of them (maybe?) did. Here is to hoping that Avatar 2 comes out and that the Grinch is good!

  13. Avengers has become boring crap. The Predator is just idiotic. Bad Boys might be nice. Pacific Rim is a baby story. Ant-Man might be just OK. Black Panther is OK, a bit too politically correct. Tomb Raider was a really nice movie! Jurrasic World – another baby story. MI:6 will rock : ) I won't stand Avatar 2… OMG NOOOOOO… Maze Runner? Ready Player One? Fucking money-sucking trying to resemble The Hunger Games…

  14. 1. Han Solo-sucks
    2. Predator- sucks
    3. Pacific Rim uprising- sucks
    4. A wrinkle in time- just another Disney movie
    5. The Flash- that movie will come out 2049
    6. Maze Runner- the first two were good
    7. Rampage- mediocre

    Only 13 movies blew people away

  15. NO THANKS:
    – Avatar 1 was awful why would he think of reprising it? (It was so anti-military as well.) No thanks.

    SEEN:
    – Ready Player One was awesome! Could watch way more of that type of story.
    – Mary Poppins was okay, not a big fan of the chimney sweep, but it all made sense which was good.

  16. They are all shit.
    Got to make something good again like Passengers, Artificial Intelligence (2001), Lucy (2014), Maverick.1994, The Island, Oblivion 2013, Upside Down 2012
    .

  17. Little did we know, that despite the fact Shane was involved in the first predator movie, he still managed to fuck everything up for the predator… -_-

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