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Top 10 Upcoming Movies of 2018

Top 10 Upcoming Movies of 2018

This year has brought to the big screen some very interesting movies, with blockbusters like Deadpool 2 and Avengers: Infinity War making bank in cinemas all over the world. Be that as it may, there still are some very promising titles that haven’t been released yet – and they definitely look like potential pop culture favorites.


This second half of 2018 doesn’t seem to be overly hyped with potential movie classics, but action fans will most likely be pleased with the upcoming repertoire of titles that we can look forward to throughout the rest of the year. Let’s take a look at what’s yet to hit the shelves in 2018:


Mission: Impossible – Fallout


Brace yourselves – Ethan Hunt’s loyalty will be questioned once again in Mission Impossible’s sixth installment. One of Tom Cruise’s most famous characters will return again as he looks to complete the mission he was assigned after things go south for him and the CIA. A strong cast of famous actors will be featuring this time around, so keep an eye out for it!


The Equalizer 2


Denzel Washington plays the part of Robert McCall once again, after the first movie’s unquestionable success. The “ex-supersoldier” will have to leave his quite life aside once again, after he finds out that his old friend has been murdered. Justice will be served, either by the sound of a court hammer or by the shot of a firearm.


Skyscraper


We all know what type of movies Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has gained his fame from. Skyscraper continues his trend of action-packed films in what promises to be one of the most intense movies of the year. He plays the part of a war veteran, who gets framed for setting on fire the safest building in the world. What’s not to like?


Mile 22


Mark Wahlberg stars and co-produces Mile 22, one more action title set to release in less than two months. This one follows a different trend, though: Wahlberg plays the part of an intelligence officer tasked with delivering an important asset out of the country.


Slender Man


The pop culture phenomenon has finally made its way to the big screen, albeit arguably a couple of years too late. The creepy, long-armed figure usually shows up in the woods, looking for children and teenagers to get a hold of. After countless spin-offs of the story, we’ll finally get to see how “he” looks in cinemas.


The House with a Clock in Its Walls


Jack Black and Kate Blanchett star in the most awaited family flick of the year. Black plays the part of a magical human, whose nephew -an orphan- is willing to help him locate a mysterious clock, said to unravel the end of the world should it fall on the wrong hands.


Christopher Robin


Disney brings us one of our childhood’s most beloved characters in a way that we haven’t seen him before. Christopher Robin, Winnie Pooh’s best friend, has grown and become a family man. The movie will re-introduce the long-lost friendship of both Christopher and Winnie, as the man rediscovers the joys of life.


The Predator


He’s back! The most fearsome hunter in the galaxy has come back to Earth thanks to one child’s mistakes, and he’s hungrier than ever. The fate of the human race lies on the hands of a crew made up of ex-soldiers and one science teacher… Will that be enough to prevent the end of life as we know it?


Venom


The most famous Spider-Man antagonist’s movie was announced a few months ago, and the hype it created was absolutely unreal. Marvel and superhero fans alike will be desperately looking forward to one of the few Marvel movies based around a foe rather than a friend.


The Girl in the Spider’s Web


The second installment of The Girl With The Dragon tattoo has Claire Foy playing the role of Lisbeth Sanders instead of Rooney Mara, and the story follows along the narrative of the first film as she looks to help rescue mistreated women. This has potential to be one the best movies of the year, so keep an eye out for it!


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