2018 holds a lot to look forward to when it comes to movie release dates. Before we get to the new year we’ve got some other big releases to come, including Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Justice League, and Thor: Ragnarok, to name a few, but the new year will be upon us before we know it, and it’s good to know what’s coming up. Luckily for you, we’ve put together the following guide to all 2018 release dates, which we will keep updated.
Insidious: The Last Key (Friday, January 5)
The Commuter (Friday, January 12th)
Paddington 2 (Friday, January 12th) Ben Whishaw returns as the voice of Paddington, with Hugh Grant joining the cast as Phoenix Buchanan.
Proud Mary (Friday, January 12th)
Den of Thieves (Friday, January 19th)
Horse Soldiers (Friday, January 19th)
Extinction (Friday, January 26th)
Midnight Sun (Friday, January 26th)
Untitled Cloverfield Sequel (Friday, February 2nd) Formerly known as The God Particle.
Fifty Shades Freed (Friday, February 9th)
Maze Runner: The Death Cure (Friday, February 9th)
Peter Rabbit (Friday, February 9th)
Black Panther (Friday, February 16th) Chadwick Boseman stars as T’Challa, King of Wakanda, in Marvel’s first movie of 2018.
Early Man (Friday, February 16th) Aardman animation set in prehistory, with Eddie Redmayne and Tom Hiddleston among its voice cast.
Winchester (Friday, February 23rd)
Red Sparrow (Friday, March 2nd)
Alpha (Friday, March 2nd)
Game Night (Friday, March 2nd)
Gringo (Friday, March 9th)
A Wrinkle in Time (Friday, March 9th) Ava DuVernay’s adaptation of this popular novel stars Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine, and Oprah Winfrey.
The Intouchables (Friday, March 9th)
Tomb Raider (Friday, March 16th)
Action Point (Friday, March 23rd)
Sherlock Gnomes (Friday, March 23rd)
Isle of Dogs (Friday, March 23rd)
Pacific Rim: Uprising (Friday, March 23rd) Guillermo del Torro returns with the followup to 2013’s Pacific Rim. This sequel stars John Boyega and Max Martini.
Ready Player One (Friday, March 30th) Co-produced and directed by Stephen Spielberg, Ready Player One is an adaptation of Ernest Cline’s novel of the same name.
Magic Camp (Friday, April 6th)
The Pact (Friday, April 6th)
A Quiet Place (Friday, April 6th)
X-Men: The New Mutants (Friday, April 13th) Josh Boone helms this long awaited movie adaptation, starring Anya Taylor-Joy and Maisie Williams.
Rampage (Friday, April 20th)
Tully (Friday, April 20th)
Super Troopers 2 (Friday, April 20th)
The Avengers: Infinity War (Friday, May 4th) With a cast list reading like a who’s who of the MCU, Infinity War will be one of the cinematic highlights of 2018.
Life of the Party (Friday, May 11th)
Slenderman (Friday, May 18th)
Untitled Han Solo Film (Friday, May 25th) It’s still not got an official title, and it’s been beset with problems, but we’re still excited to see this standalone Star Wars movie, featuring Alden Enrich as a young Han Solo.
Deadpool 2 (Friday, June 1st) Ryan Reynolds is back as Deadpool, with Cable and Domino joining the roster.
Ocean’s Eight (Friday, June 8th) Lead by a cast of females including Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, and Helena Bonham Carter, the Ocean’s franchise returns to the big screen after an eleven year absence.
The Incredibles 2 (Friday, June 15th) Finally The Incredibles sequel we’ve been longing for! We get to catch up with Bob, Frozone, Elastigirl and more.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom (Friday, June 22nd) Follow-up to Jurassic World; Chris Pratt and Bryce Dallas Howard once again lead the cast (plus the dinosaurs, of course).
Soldado (Friday, June 29th)
Tag (Friday, June 29th)
The Purge: The Island (Wednesday, July 4th)
The Spy Who Dumped Me (Friday, July 6th)
Ant-Man and the Wasp (Friday, July 6th) Marvel’s third big release of 2018… or small, as the case may be. Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lily star.
Hotel Transylvania 3 (Friday, July 13th)
Skyscraper (Friday, July 13th)
The Nun (Friday, July 13th)
Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again! (Friday, July 20th)
Alita: Battle Angel (Friday, July 20th)
Mission: Impossible 6 (Friday, July 27th) Tom Cruise is back and yes, he’s still doing a lot of his own crazy stunts.
The Predator (Friday, August 3rd) Not a remake, but a sequel to the classic 1987 movie.
Barbie (Wednesday, August 8th)
Scarface (Friday, August 10th) Described as a reboot of the original, Scarface has had its script ‘polished’ by the Coen brothers, but not much else is known about this project right now.
Amusement Park (Friday, August 10th)
Meg (Friday, August 10th)
The Happytime Murders (Friday, August 17th)
Captive State (Friday, August 17th)
The Equalizer 2 (Friday, September 14th)
The Darkest Minds (Friday, September 14th)
Smallfoot (Friday, September 14th)
Robin Hood (Friday, September 21st)
Goosebumps 2 (Friday, September 21st)
The Kid Who Would Be King (Friday, September 28th)
A Star Is Born (Friday, September 28th) A remake of the 1937 classic, A Star is Born is directed by, and stars, Bradley Cooper, opposite Lady Gaga.
Venom (Friday, October 5th) Sony’s Spider-Man spinoff stars Tom Hardy as Eddie Brock, but no other casting is known just yet. Hopefully more details will emerge soon.
Bad Times at the El Royale (Friday, October 5th)
First Man (Friday, October 12th)
The Girl in the Spider’s Web (Friday, October 19th) Claire Foy takes on the central role of Lisbeth Salander, to be directed by Fede Alvarez.
Jungle Book: Origins (Friday, October 19th) Andy Serkis finally delivers his long awaited Rudyard Kipling adaptation. Will it garner the same level of critical acclaim as Disney’s 2016 version?
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (Friday, November 2nd)
X-Men: Dark Phoenix (Friday, November 2nd) Directed by Simon Kinsberg, James McAvoy returns to the X-Men fold once more, in the first of a new trilogy.
Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch (Friday, November 9th) Benedict Cumberbatch is playing The Grinch in a remake of this classic Seuss tale.
Holmes & Watson (Friday, November 9th)
Widows (Friday, November 16th)
Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them 2 (Friday, November 16th) We return to J.K Rowling’s wizarding world once again with the second Fantastic Beasts movie, starring Jude Law, Johnny Depp, and Eddie Redmayne.
Mortal Engines (Friday, December 14th)
Aquaman (Friday, December 21st) Jason Momoa takes center stage in this standalone movie. Amber Heard and Patrick Wilson also star.
Bumblebee (Friday, December 21st) Spinoff from Transformers, starring Hailee Steinfeld.
Mary Poppins Returns (Tuesday, December 25th) Starring Emily Blunt as the titular nanny, opposite Lin Manuel-Miranda, this movie will be a massive holiday smash.
Bohemian Rhapsody (Tuesday, December 25th) Rami Malek bears an uncanny resemblance to the late Freddie Mercury in this movie, which tells the story of how Queen rose to fame.
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