Movie Release Dates Calendar in 2019 : Here’s What’s Coming to Theaters This Year

To help you keep up to date with all the new movie releases of 2019, we’ve put together this release calendar that we’ll be constantly updating as studios announce new titles, shift movies around, and try to stake their claim on various weekends. Hopefully, you’ll find this to be a helpful tool not just for planning, but also to see what movies are competing on the same weekend and when a big title is coming your way.

Check out our 2019 release calendar below and sound off in the comments about the movies you’re most excited to see.


Friday, December 6th

The Aeronauts

A Million Little Pieces

Friday, December 13th

Jumanji: The Next Level

Black Christmas

Richard Jewell

A Hidden Life

Uncut Gems

6 Underground

Friday, December 20th

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker



Wednesday, December 25th

Spies in Disguise

Little Women


Just Mercy

2018 was a great year for entertainment. Think about it. Avengers: Infinity War, Deadpool, Black Panther, A Quiet Place. And these are only some of the films that have released.

2019, meanwhile has a had a strong start but boy oh boy, mark my words, this is just the begining.

1. Avengers: Endgame

Release Date: April 26, 2019

Thanos has wiped half the universe out of existence and is chilling somewhere. Now we wait for our remaining heroes to pick up the pieces and return the world to its former glory.

2. Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker

Release Date: 20 December 2019

Episode IX will serve as the finale to the trilogy. We will finally get to see the true fate of Rey and Kylo Ren after the death of Luke Skywalker.

3. It: Chapter 2

Release Date: 6 September 2019

Nothing much is known about the film expect the fact that the clown will return and if the books are followed, it will take place a few years later. So the cute kids won’t be there. Anyhow, Pennywise will return to haunt their asses and we will pay good money to see that.

4. Frozen 2

Release Date: 22 November 2019

Frozen 2 is slated to release on the 22nd of November and we simply can’t let it go. I can’t speak for ya’ll but I simply cannot wait to see Rudolph and Reindeer and how Olaf manages to live when it’s not snowing anymore.

5. Pokemon: Detective Pikachu

Release Date: May 2019

A young adult teams up with Detective Pikachu to find out what made his father suddenly disappear. As they chase clues all over Ryme City, the dynamic duo discover a larger plot that poses a threat to the Pokemon universe.

6. Wonder Woman: 1984

Release Date: 1 November 2019

Let’s not kid ourselves. At this point, it’s the only DC movie that we would actually pay to watch in the theatres. And it’s set in the 80s and the creators are bringing in Wonder Woman’s longtime nemesis in the comics, Cheetah. At the moment, it is slated to release on the 1st of November.  #FingersCrossed.

7. Rocketman

Release Date: May 31, 2019

Rocketman is actually a biopic on the life of the legend, Elton John. Taron Edgerton plays the lead as the movie covers John’s formative years; from being a childhood prodigy to his wonderful partnership with lyricist Bernie Taupin.

8. The Lion King

Release Date: July 18, 2019

I am sure none of us are still ready for Mufasa’s death. Anyhow, we will all be watching it and crying in the theatres. But that’s okay. Because Donald Glover is Simba, Beyonce is Nala, John Oliver is Zazu and hell, Seth Rogen is Pumba. And if that cast impressed you, looking at the trailer will give you nerdgasms.

9. Aladdin

Release Date: May 23, 2019

The trailer has received a fair bit of criticism. And Will Smith as the genie looks a bit weird. But then again, I’m still gonna watch it for nostalgia’s sake.

10. Toy Story 4

Release Date: 20 June 2019

With Andy going to college, we all thought that it was an end to an era. But Toy Story 4 is all set to return as Buzz Lightyear and Sherrif Woody go out to find Bo Peep and bring her back.

11. Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Release Date: 30 May 2019

This movie symbolises the return of god-sized mythical monsters including the mighty Godzilla, who goes against his arch-nemesis Mothra, Rodan and the ultimate bad guy – the three-headed King Ghidorah.

12. Spider-Man: Far From Home

Release Date: July 5, 2019

I know. Spider-Man isn’t feeling so good these days. But after Endgame, he will be. I mean, Tom Holland is young enough to carry his own franchise for the next 10-12 years. Duh!

13. Dark Phoenix

Release Date: June 7, 2019

After hitting a rather steep bump in the form of X-Men: Apocalypse, Fox hits back with one of the most popular characters and storylines of all times- the saga of the Dark Phoenix.