Ant-Man And The Wasp
(Releasing July 6, 2018)
The story of Marvel Studios’ upcoming film, Ant-Man And The Wasp, takes place between the events of “Captain America: Civil War” and “Avengers: Infinity Wars.”
Scott Lang is under house arrest, trying to balance his personal life as a father and his responsibilities as the superhero – Ant-Man.
He is approached by Hope van Dyne and Dr. Hank Pym with a new mission, and Scott Lang must once again don the suit of Ant-Man and partner with Hope van Dyne, or the Wasp in this epic battle against a powerful new enemy.
Written by: Chris McKenna, Erik Sommers, Andrew Barrer, and Gabriel Ferrari
Produced by: Kevin Feige
Directed by: Peyton Reed – best known for directing the comedy films Down with Love, Yes Man, Bring It On, and The Break-Up, as well as the superhero films Ant-Man and its 2018 sequel.
Starring: Paul Rudd as Scott Lang | Ant-Man; Evangeline Lilly as Hope van Dyne / Wasp; Michael Peña as Luis; Walton Goggins as Sonny Burch; Bobby Cannavale as Paxton; Judy Greer as Maggie; David Dastmalchian as Kurt; and others
(Releasing September 7, 2018)
Conjuring films fans are in for a treat in this prequel that takes place between the events of “Annabelle” and “The Conjuring.”
Sister Irene – played by Taissa Farmiga, younger sister of “The Conjuring” star Vera Farmiga – has to travel from the Vatican to a remote monastery in Romania to investigate the bizarre suicide of a nun, only to find that things are pretty much amiss at the abbey.
If the other films in the series are anything to go by, then you can expect some serious demon activity in the “The Nun.”
The trailer is pretty intense and does manage to scare, without really giving anything away.
Genre: Gothic supernatural horror
Story by: James Wan and Gary Dauberman
Produced by: Peter Safran and James Wan
Directed by: Corin Hardy – English film director, who made his directorial debut with the 2015 horror film The Hallow, which he also co-wrote
Starring: Demián Bichir as Father Burke; Taissa Farmiga as Sister Irene; Jonas Bloquet as Frenchie; Charlotte Hope as Sister Victoria; Ingrid Bisu as Sister Oana; Bonnie Aarons as Valak / Demon Nun; Jonny Coyne as Gregoro; Mark Steger as The Duke; Sandra Teles as Sister Ruth; Manuela Ciucur as Sister Christian, Ani Sava as Sister Jessica; and others
The House with a Clock in its Walls
(Releasing September 21, 2018)
Set in a fantasy world, “The House with a Clock in its Walls” follows the story of a ten-year-old orphan, Lewis Barnavelt, who helps his uncle Jonathan Barnavelt and a witch called Mrs. Zimmerman locate a clock in the walls that possesses the power to bring about the world’s end.
Genre: Gothic fantasy horror
Produced by: Brad Fischer, James Vanderbilt, and Eric Kripke
Written by: Eric Kripke
Directed by: Eli Roth – He is most closely associated with the horror genre, first coming to prominence by directing the 2005 film Hostel and its 2007 sequel, Hostel: Part II
Starring: Jack Black as Jonathan Barnavelt; Cate Blanchett as Mrs.
Zimmerman; Owen Vaccaro as Lewis Barnavelt; Kyle MacLachlan as Isaac Izard; Renée Elise Goldsberry as Selena Izard; Sunny Suljic as Tarby Corrigan; Colleen Camp as Mrs. Hanchett; Vanessa Anne Williams as Rose Rita Pottinger; Lorenza Izzo as Mrs. Barnavelt; and others
(Releasing September 28, 2018)
“A group of troublemakers who are forced to attend night school in hopes that they’ll pass the GED exam to finish high school.” (Wikipedia)
Written by: Kevin Hart, Harry Ratchford, Joey Wells, Matt Kellard, Nicholas Stoller, and John Hamburg
Produced by: Will Packer and Kevin Hart
Directed by: Malcolm D Lee – known for directing films like Undercover Brother, The Best Man, Roll Bounce, Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins, Soul Men and Girls Trip
Starring: Kevin Hart as Teddy Walker; Gerald’s son and Lisa’s Fiancé; Tiffany Haddish as Carrie; Yvonne Orji as Maya; Rob Riggle as one of Teddy’s classmates; Mary Lynn Rajskub as Theresa; Ben Schwartz as Teddy’s best friend; Megalyn Echikunwoke as Lisa; Taran Killam as Stewart; and others
(Releasing October 12, 2018)
Directed by Damien Chazelle, “First Man” is based on James R Hansen’s book “First Man: The Life of Neil Armstrong,” which is the official biography of astronaut Neil Armstrong – the first who walked on the moon on July 20, 1969.
It is the “riveting story of NASA’s mission to land a man on the moon, focusing on Neil Armstrong and the years 1961-1969. A visceral, first-person account, based on the book by James R. Hansen, the movie will explore the sacrifices and the cost—on Armstrong and on the nation—of one of the most dangerous missions in history.”
Genre: Biographical drama adventure
Based on: First Man: The Life of Neil A. Armstrong by James R. Hansen
Produced by: Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bowen, and Damien Chazelle
Directed by: Damien Chazelle
Starring: Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong; Claire Foy as Janet Shearon; Corey Stoll as Buzz Aldrin; Kyle Chandler as Deke Slayton; Jason Clarke as Ed White; Shea Whigham as Gus Grissom; Christopher Abbott as David Scott; Brian d’Arcy James as Joseph A. Walker; Pablo Schreiber as Jim Lovell; Patrick Fugit as Elliot See; Cory Michael Smith as Roger B. Chaffee; and others