5 Movies Premiering This Year That You Have To Watch

2019 has just started and we've already had some great movies launching, like the Oscar nominee “Green Book”, or the long expected Disney sequel Wi-fi Ralph. Also, there are big names yet to premier this year including various Disney’s live-actions (The Lion King, Aladdin and Dumbo), which for sure are going to bring people with various ages to the movies, and the last Avengers film.

If you want to know what else will hit the big screen this year, just check out this list:

1. Rocketman 

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Following the success of the music biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, this movie promises to bring the real life and career of Sir Elton John. Shooting the movie was a big challenge, specially for the main actor Taron Egerton, who had to take singing lessons for the role since he's doing everything by himself, no stunts. An exciting premier not only to Elton fans, but to anyone who’s into music.

2. Once Upon A Time In Hollywood

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After 3 year since his last movie –The Hateful Eight – was released, the director Quentin Tarantino is back with a story that has Los Angeles during the “Manson Family” time as the background. Once upon a Time in Hollywood, as the title suggests, is about an actor and his stunt trying to make it in Hollywood, and Tarantino chose an outstanding cast for the movie with names like Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie and Al Pacino.

3. Us 

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Jordan Peele is famous for writing and directing the Academy Award winning Get Out!, and now he’s back with his new horror movie Us. The story focus on a family that goes on vacation, however, a real nightmare begins when they find doppelgängers of themselves standing outside their house. The cast has Lupita Nyong’o as the main character and names like Winston Duke and Elisabeth Moss: an absolute must-see if you’re into scary movies.

4. Five Feet Apart 

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In a sort of The Fault in Our Stars vibe, this romantic story is about two teenagers with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disorder that mostly affects the lungs. Stella (Haley Lu Richardson) and Will (Cole Sprouse) met at the hospital and felt connected to each other, since they’re in the same situation. The only problem is that it would be too dangerous to both of them being physically close because of their disease. It is a great pick to all tragic romantics out there!

5. Toy Story 4 

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Disney has a full agenda this year when it comes to releasing movies, not only because of the live actions that we’ve already mentioned, but also because of the Marvel movies (Captain Marvel and Avengers Endgame), Star Wars: Episode IX and the Pixar’s sequel Toy Story 4. We all thought that it was over when we cried during the third movie, but nine years later the toys that grew up with lots of us are back! Just a little warning: Tim Allen (Buzz Lightyear's voice) said that he cried recording the last scene, so don’t forget your tissues.