When the news starts to get interesting, it’s a good idea to go ahead and scroll down and take in all the latest movies.
That way, you’ll be able to keep up with all the exciting news from around the world as the days go on.
That being said, if you’re not ready to make a long-term commitment to the news cycle yet, you should probably just keep an eye out for some of the new movies on the big screen.
And as the movies become available, we’ll be adding them to this handy list, so you can always keep an up-to-date list of what’s coming your way.
A Wrinkle in Time: This is an original animated feature from DreamWorks Animation that focuses on the struggle between the human and artificial intelligence.
As we get older, our bodies and minds are becoming more and more artificial.
And in order to stay alive, our brains are evolving, with some of us becoming much more intelligent than others.
This story centers on two different people, Jake and Margo, who must come to terms with their new reality as the artificial intelligence evolves.
The Grand Budapest Hotel: This adaptation of the famous Hungarian novel, The Grand Hotel, will be the latest movie to make its way to theaters this fall.
The movie stars Emma Stone as the titular hotel owner, who is forced to deal with the aftermath of the nuclear war after she discovers a bomb that causes the world to end.
The plot will also take us into a dystopian future where we’ll see robots replacing humans as the norm, and people’s minds and bodies will be so closely linked that we won’t be able even to imagine them apart.
The Hunger Games: This upcoming film by the studio behind the Hunger Games franchise is a tale about the world of Katniss Everdeen’s childhood.
This movie will be an interesting read for fans of the series, and it’s going to be a big release in theaters in November.
The Good Dinosaur: This new Pixar movie from director Justin Lin focuses on an alien species that can change their appearance at will.
This is the first of the movies to be released in theaters this year, and its a sci-fi story about how humans and dinosaurs came into contact and began evolving.
The Witch: A remake of the 1990 cult classic, The Wizard of Oz, directed by Wes Anderson, is coming out this fall, starring Kristen Stewart, Ben Affleck, and others.
The Amazing Spider-Man 2: This sequel to the 2010 hit will hit theaters on November 7.
A Star is Born: This remake of a popular 1980s teen classic will be coming to theaters on Nov. 15.
The Avengers: A reboot of the Marvel superhero team will hit movie theaters on Feb. 16.
The Maze Runner: The Last Flight: This reboot of a classic 1990s thriller will be released on March 8.
Frozen: This Frozen sequel to 2013’s hit hit will be hitting theaters on May 12.
The Martian: This movie based on the novel by Ridley Scott, written by Alex Garland, will debut in theaters on June 2.
The BFG: This science fiction comedy by Ryan Coogler, directed to great critical acclaim by Peter Jackson, is set in a future where humans have been forced to use artificial intelligence in order for their survival.
The Legend of Tarzan: This animated feature adaptation of Tarzana, a South African folktale, will star Richard Attenborough, Olivia Wilde, and more.
The Muppets: This series from Netflix will return for its second season in the fall.
Frozen 2: The Frozen sequel is set to hit theaters in September.
A Dog Named Tom: This Disney animated feature will debut on July 23.
The Great Wall: The Great Chinese Movie Series will be returning for its third season.
Wonder Woman: This film from director Patty Jenkins, based on Diana Gabaldon’s comic book series, will hit cinemas in 2019.
The Hobbit: An animated feature by Peter Sarsgaard, will open in theaters later this year.