The Most Anticipated Movies in What’s Left of 2018

2018 has been a generous year when it comes to the movie industry. This year we have witnessed a lot of exceptional movies; some of them were mind-blowing, and others made us want to blow our brains out *cough*fifty shades*cough*.

And now since the year is ending, and people are already putting on their Christmas decorations (for god’s sake guys, it’s not even mid November yet), we thought about all the anticipated movies that are yet to come this yer.

So ladies and gents, below are the movies that we’re going to wrap 2018 with.

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (November 16)

Following the first movie, crimes of Grindelwald continues the story of the dark wizard who came before the dark lord. The movie introduces a lot of background stories that Potterheads cannot wait to see, like the origins of Nagini and the old love story between Dumbledore and Grindelwald.

Creed II (November 21)

In the sequel to the first Creed movie Adonis Creed faces Viktor Drago, son of Ivan Drago who killed Adonis’s father in one of the most remembered matches of all time. Despite his wishes, Rocky Balboa guides Adonis in preparing to fulfill his dream and end his obsession.

Ralph Breaks the Internet (November 21)

Is it me, or are there too many sequels just in one month? After 6 years of the time-plot of the first movie, someone breaks the steering wheel on the Sugar Rush game console and now, the game has to be unplugged. Now Ralph and Venellope have to evacuate everyone in the game to other games, and they have to go to the internet to find a way to replace the broken wheel.

Vox Lux (December 7)

After a violent tragedy, the two sisters Celeste and Eleanor write a song about their survival and about what happened, which attracts the attention of Jude Law who helps the sisters in their way to fame.

Mary Queen of Scots (December 7)

After being widowed at the age of 18, Mary Stuart, Queen of France, returns back to Scotland to reclaim her throne. She however, has to face being a queen in a world that doesn’t accept female rulers.

Once Upon a Deadpool (December 12)

This one is kinda tricky. We’ve all seen DP2, and some of us have even seen the extended super duper cut, but can you imagine a PG-13 version of Deadpool? Apparently the producers wanted to make a kids’ friendly version that the family could enjoy together because in the end, Deadpool 2 was a family movie….right?


Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
(December 14)

Miles Morales is just a regular high school student, until he isn’t. Miles is then introduced to the spider-verse, where the possibilities of being a friendly neighbourhood Spiderman are endless. Peter Parker then guides Miles into becoming the hero he is destined to be.

Aquaman (December 21)

Continuing the disappointing series of DC movies, the next movie tells the story of Aquaman. We’re not gonna get deep into it because everyone probably knows the plot already anyway. All we hope for is seeing a somehow decent movie, after being disappointed not once, not twice, but consistently with DC.

Bumblebee (December 21)

We finally have a movie that gives us the background story of everyone’s favourite Autobot, Bumblebee. The movie takes place 20 years before the first Transformers movie, and it shows how Bumblebee was a refugee on Earth before discovering he was not the only transformer there.

Now that you have it all, which ones do you think are going to impress us, and which ones will be a complete disappointment?

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