March 20th- “A Quiet Place Part II”. If you were a fan of the 2018 original, I’m sure you are excited to see the sequel to the sci-fi/horror film that left me afraid to eat my popcorn as it was too loud. The original cast is joined by Cillian Murphy and Djimon Hounsou. Sign me up now. I promise to be a bit more quiet in the theater for the sequel.
March 27th– “Mulan”. Disney is releasing yet another live-action version of one of their past animated films. The previews of the film are epic in scale, and the film is rated PG-13 unlike the animated version. I’m sure this film will be another Disney success.
April 3rd- “Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway”. The sequel to the surprisingly fun 2018 original, appears to have cranked up the action, and once again feature the comedic talents of Domhnall Gleeson. Here comes Peter Cotton Tail again, and families everywhere will be happy to celebrate Easter with him.
April 3rd- “The New Mutants”. This superhero film is based on the New Mutants from Marvel Comics, and will be the final installment of the “X-Men” film series. Said series has been spotty at best, so we shall see how this effort fares.
April 17th- “Monster Problems”. This film is described as a post-apocalyptic comedy about a young man fighting monsters on his way to meet the girl he loves. This film seems bizarre enough to be intriguing.
April 24th- “Bad Trip”. This is a hidden camera film described as a cross-country road trip following two best friends as they pull pranks on real life U.S. citizens. Anyone familiar with “Candid Camera”?
April 24th- “Antebellum”– This film features a successful author apparently trapped, at least after seeing the previews, in one of her own novels. This film could be a surprise treat for fans of thrillers.
May 1st- “Black Widow”. Dipping just a bit into the month of May is the origin story of the Marvel Comics character Black Widow (Scarlett Johnansson). This film would have to be a sequel due to Marvel Studios (spoiler alert) killing off the character in the last Avengers film.