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2018 has already had a massive line-up of great movies, with Black Panther, A Wrinkle in Time and Ready Player One, but we’re only just at the tip of the iceberg. With heaps of big movies coming out this year it’s hard to keep track of what to see and when they come out! But don’t worry, here’s a list of just 15 of the biggest movies to set your sights on – these are ones you don’t want to miss!
10 years of Marvel movies has brought us to one of the biggest superhero movies ever! Taking on the Thanos, we’ll get to see all of our favourites – the Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, and many more – team up to save the world in the most cataclysmic event yet. Hits Aussie cinemas on April 25.
The Merc with a Mouth is back and facing off against time-travelling mutant, Cable. But this time he’s not alone, forming his own team of mutants by the name of X-Force, Deadpool 2 is sure to bring all kinds of super-powered antics. Hits Aussie cinemas on May 17.
The second prequel in this new bout of Star Wars, Solo tells the origin story of titular character and fan favourite, Han Solo. It also includes an all-star cast featuring Emilia Clarke, Woody Harrelson, and Donald Glover. Hits Aussie cinemas on May 24.
Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Awkwafina, Rihanna, and Helena Bonham Carter take on a major heist – what more could you want? Hits Aussie cinemas on June 7.
After the terrifying events of the first Jurassic World, Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard return to the abandoned theme park to save what’s left of the dinosaurs from a soon-to-erupt volcano. Hits Aussie cinemas on June 11.
After 14 long years, everyone’s favourite super-powered crime-fighting family is back and ready to kick butt. Judging from the trailer the movie is picking up right where it left off, except this time it’s Elastigirl’s time to shine. Hits Aussie cinemas on June 14.
As the title may give away, this exciting new sequel to 2015’s Ant-Man introduces an all-new teeny tiny super-hero to the mix by the name of The Wasp. Not only does she have wings, but she’s got blasters too! Hits Aussie cinemas on July 5.
The aptly named sequel to the hit 2008 musical sees the return of original cast members Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Julie Walters, Colin Firth, Pierce Brosnan, Stellan Skarsgård, Christine Baranski, and Dominic Cooper, along with the arrival of new many faces, including Cher! Hits Aussie cinemas on July 19.
The sixth installment of this blockbuster action series gives us a trailer with more thrills than you can count, setting the upcoming sequel up to be one of the biggest of the franchise. Hits Aussie cinemas on August 2.
One of the biggest horror franchises in recent years returns with a patriotic fourth installment, this time taking thing way back to the very first Purge. Hits Aussie cinemas on August 2.
If you’re a fan of Spider-Man then you’ll know about Venom, one of his most iconic supervillains. If not, all you need to know is that he’s been infected by an evil alien symbiote and he’s one big, scary guy – and he’s played by Tom Hardy. Hits Aussie cinemas on October 4.
Keep your wands at the ready for even more witchcraft and wizardry with J.K. Rowling’s next cinematic installment from the Harry Potter world. As you could guess, the movie delves deep into the crimes of infamous wizard Grindelwald, but what you may not know is that it features an appearance from a young Dumbledore! Hits Aussie cinemas on November 15.
We saw Ralph take on the world of video games in the first movie, now get ready as he ventures out with Vanellope into the World Wide Web. Hits Aussie cinemas on November 21.
Adapting the hugely successful manga series of the same name, director Robert Rodiguez and producer James Cameron bring the story of Alita, a lost cyborg assassin, to the big screen! Hits Aussie cinemas on December 21.
From the director that brought us the Lord of the Rings films, Peter Jackson is at the reins of another book adaptation – Mortal Engines. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, the film shows us a world where cities roam the earth as man-made monoliths on wheels, scavenging the land to survive. Hits Aussie cinemas on December 26.
Words: Michail Mathioudakis | Main image: Marvel
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