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A Peek Into Showcase From January - March
Published Date: 04/01/2019
Stan & Ollie
Once the world's greatest cinematic comedy duo, Laurel and Hardy now face an uncertain future. In an attempt to rediscover themselves they make the decision to tour the music halls of the U.K. Jon Baird (Filth) directs Steve Coogan as Stan Laurel and John C. Reilly as Oliver Hardy, with support from Danny Huston as legendary producer Hal Roach.
Released: January 11
Mary, Queen of Scots
Mary, played by Academy Award nominee Saorise Ronan returns to Scotland. However Scotland and England are under the rule of Queen Elizabeth, portrayed by fellow Academy Award nominee Margot Robbie. Love, betrayal, rebellion and treachery abound in Josie Rourke's lavish film.
Released: January 18
James Wendell Crumb (James McAvoy) is now incarcerated in a psychiatric unit alongside David Dunn (Bruce Willis) and Mr. Glass (Samuel L Jackson) as M. Night Shyamalan merges his films Split (2016) and Unbreakable (2000). Get ready for the final part of the trilogy.
Also released in January
The Favourite, Welcome to Marwen, Colette, The Mule, Second Act, Green Book, A Dog’s Way Home
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
Hiccup and Toothless return to the big screen to thwart the arrival of a dangerous threat to their peaceful dragon utopia. Dean DeBlois directs the vocal talents of Jay Baruchel, America Ferrera, Cate Blanchett, Kit Harrington, Craig Ferguson and F. Murray Abraham.
Released: February 1
Alita: Battle Angel
James Cameron (Titanic, Avatar) produces Alita: Battle Angel for director Robert Rodriquez (Sin City). Alita (Rosa Salazar) awakens with no memory of who she is in a future world she does not recognise. On hand is the kind doctor Ido (Christoph Waltz) to help the abandoned cyborg remember her extraordinary past.
Released: February 6
The Lego Movie 2
Everything is not awesome in Brickburg as the assembled heroes face a new threat from outer space: Lego Duplo! A feast of vocal talents including Emmet (Chris Pratt), Lucy (Elizabeth Banks), Batman (Will Arnett) must put their master building skills to the ultimate test as they battle to show just how awesome they are.
Also released in February
Can You Ever Forgive Me, Escape Room, Instant Family, Cold Pursuit, The Kid Who Would Be King, On The Basis Of Sex, Rhythm Section, Happy Death Day 2U
Brie Larson plays former US Air Force fighter, Carol Danvers, who turns into Captain Marvel and joins Starforce to stop a galactic war between two alien races, the Kree and the Skrulls. Expect fireworks in the first female-led Marvel superhero movie.
Released: March 8
What Men Want
When Ali Davis, played by Tatami P. Henson, is shut out by the male sports agents in her profession she gains an unexpected edge over them when she develops the ability to hear what men are thinking. Adam Shankman (The Wedding Planner, Bedtime Stories) directs the remake of the Mel Gibson 2000 hit, What Women Want.
Released: March 22
Tim Burton directs the live action remake of Disney's classic Dumbo, the tale of the loveable young elephant with large ears. With an all-star cast including Colin Farrell, Eva Green, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito... the early word is to have your tissues at the ready!
Released: March 29
Also released in March
Us, Greyhound, The Informer, The Aftermath, Fighting With My Family