5 Movies You Won’t Want to Miss in 2019

Taylor Pflug, Feature and Entertainment Editor, Staff Writer

2019 is the year of remaking a lot of your favorite childhood movies, as well as new, exciting, thrilling movies. Here are five movies that you should be looking forward to this upcoming year.


“Glass” – While this movie came out on January 18, M. Night Shyamalan finishes the narratives of two of his most recognizable originals— Unbreakable, and Split. In one fiery, thriller: Glass. As in the original movie, Unbreakable Bruce Willis stars as David Dunn, as well as Samuel L. Jackson as Elijah Price, or better known as Mr. Glass. While these characters are important we are missing one key person; Kevin Wendell Crumb. James McAvoy is joining from the second hit movie Split. After the conclusion of Split, Mr. Glass finds Dunn coming after Crumb, doubling as The Beast.


“Toy Story 4” – This family-friendly comedy movie is the sequel to the third Toy Story. In addition to being released on June 21, it has all of the same characters we know and love. Tom Hanks as Woody,  Tim Allen as Buzz Lightyear, and all of the classic toys.






“Pet Sematary” –  Based on the horror novel by Stephen King, this newly remade version of Pet Sematary follows Dr. Louis Creed who is played by Jason Clarke, moves him, his wife, Rachel who is played by Amy Seimetz, and their two children. Upon moving to their “dream home” the children soon discover something disturbing in the woods behind their home. Creed reaches out to his neighbor Jud Crandall, who is played by John Lithgow. Soon enough a chain reaction occurs and sets off horrific actions. Don’t miss this movie when it releases April 5

“Artemis Fowl” – This movie is based on the first two novels released by Eoin Colfer, which are widely popular in children’s fantasy. Walt Disney Studios’ takes on Artemis Fowl, which is about an adolescent boy who steals a fairy in attempts to save his family.  This movie is in theatres on Aug. 9.



“The Lion King” – In this version of Walt Disney’s “The Lion King,” director Jon Favreau has brought to life the wonderful story of the Simba and his father, King Mufasa. Everyone in the African savanna is not too joyed to see Simba. Mufasa’s brother, Scar, is the heir to Pride Rock and if anything were to happen to the King, but now that Simba was born he is now the next heir. With help from a new couple of friends, Simba finds his way back to the throne and rightfully take what is his. This family classic is set to debut in theatres, July 19.