Most Anticipated Films of 2018

Entertainment

December 27, 2017

By Daily Buzzz Editorial

Days before it ends, we can say that 2017 turned out to be a great year for the cinematic world. We’ve seen some great movies, the return of some genres and the reinvention of some characters that we know and love for more than a decade. With that in mind, it’s time we start preparing for the year to come, with its most anticipated films, some that we can honestly say that makes us wish 2018 would be here already.

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Early Man (Jan. 26)

The newest kid in the block at Aardman Animation (Wallace and Gromit) is a caveman that tries to preserve his way of living at the face of the Bronze Age.

God Particle (Cloverfield 3) (February 1)

We actually know next to nothing about this intriguing J.J. Abrams film, except that it involves astronauts that makes an awful discovery, but it only makes it more unbearable to wait for it to finally hit the theatres.

Black Panther (Feb. 15)

Marvel fans have waited a very long time for a black superhero to get his own film, and by the hands of director Ryan Cooger, we can rest assure that this is going to be a great action movie. Judging by its trailer, this notion is correct.

Annihilation (Feb. 22)

If the impressive cast of this film, including Natalie Portman, Tessa Thompson, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez, and more, next to director Alex Garland, than you should really revaluate your love to films.

Red Sparrow (March 2)

A former ballerina that turns into a Russian spy, and all this with Jennifer Lawrence and director Francis Lawrence. Please let it be March already.


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A Wrinkle in Time (March 9)

Fans of this fantasy novel say this is all they have been waiting for for years. Hell, with Oprah in this films, it is already bound to one of the biggest events of the year.

Isle of Dogs (March 23)

Wes Anderson is returning to talking animals and we really have no problem with it. Not at all.

Tomb Raider (March 16)

Yes, you are reading correct. Tomb Raider is in this list. No, we are not suffering an amnesia and no one is pointing a gun to our heads. Yes we all remember the catastrophe of the Lara Croft movies, but after watching this trailer we had no other option.

Ready Player One (March 30)

This Cyberpunk book turned into a classic the second it was published in 2011. Will the movie, directed by Steven Spielberg, manage to live into the anticipations? Time will tell.

The New Mutants (April 13)

We absolutely love the horror twist the X-men series is taking with this trailer.


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Solo: A Star Wars Story (May 25)

The adventures of Han Solo and Chewbacca before they met Luke Skywalker, directed by Ron Howard. Because we just can’t get enough of the Star Wars franchise.

Untitled Deadpool Sequel (June 1)

We didn’t really think we would miss a new Deadpool sequel until we saw this awesome teaser.

Ocean’s Eight (June 8)

Everybody already wrote everything there is about the great line up in this film, and about the high bar that was set in the original Ocean’s films, but that wouldn’t stop us from doing the exact same thing.

The Incredibles 2 (June 15)

14 long years it took for The Incredibles to get back in our lives. 14 long, long years.

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (June 22)

We just can’t have enough of dinosaurs. Maybe it is because we dread the possibility that we could suffer the same fate. Or maybe it is because their awesome.


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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (November 16)

Clouded by the latest controversy about Johnny Depp’s appearance in this film, we’re just happy to have something to look forward to in the wizarding world.

Bohemian Rhapsody (Dec. 25)

Rami Malek playing lead singer of Queen Freddie Mercury in this film that follows one year in the band’s life.

Mary Poppins Returns (December 25)

Should we say more?


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