Movies Now Playing In Theaters
Wild About Movies brings you the complete list of 2019 Movies in theaters, as well as all 2017 Movies and all 2018 Movies that were in theaters. We also provide you with information about every movie coming to theaters through 2021; 2020 Movies and 2021 Movies. Among the many probably box office hits coming to theaters in 2019: The Lion King 2019, It Chapter 2, Top Gun 2020 and Cats. Also, check out Tim Nasson's Top 10 Movies of 2018. Are celebrity interviews your thing? In our Interviews section you'll see our Paul Walker interview, by Tim Nasson and hundreds of additional celebrity interviews from 1996 to today, including our interview with Tom Holland. While Avengers: Infinity War was the highest grossing movie worldwide in 2018, can the final Avengers film, Avengers: Endgame, end up as the biggest movie at the 2019 box office? It will have to compete with Star Wars: Episode 9, the final film in the Star Wars saga. Our money is on Star Wars: Episode 9 being the #1 film at the U.S. movie box office, and Avengers: Endgame taking the prize as most popular movie worldwide.Read more
The Lion King (2019) Review. By Tim Nasson
If you go into The Lion King remake knowing that it is never going to improve on the original, you will be much more satisfied. Think of the new The Lion King as a dinner at a high end French restaurant. It looks sumptuous. The CGI (computer generated imaging) of the animals and bugs in the film leave you wondering why real animals will ever be used again in movies. However, as with most French fare, it is all show and little substance. Instead of Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Matthew Broderick as Simba (young and old, respectively), we have an unknown as young Simba, and Donald Glover, AKA The Childish Gambino, as old Simba. Neither are good choices for the voice of Simba.
Deep Blue at ComicCon 2019
Sharkfest is invading ComicCon 2019. Saturday, July 20, 2019 starting at 10AM and continuing throughout the day, Deep Blue takes her last swim at Nat Geo’s Nerd Nite annual San Diego Comic-Con Party to celebrate the reimagined “Brain Games.” Comic-Con attendees and fans will come face to face with Deep Blue, thought to be the world's biggest and most elusive great white shark ... without having to leave dry land! Gaslamp Quarter, Downtown San Diego. Measuring 20 feet long, Deep Blue, named after the real-life, largest great white shark ever filmed and now featured in Nat Geo and Nat Geo WILD’s upcoming simulcast special, “World’s Biggest Great White?” premiering July 21, 8/7c, will be hard to miss.
Devon Sawa Has Idle Hands No More
The first time I sat down with and interviewed Devon Sawa was exactly twenty years ago, a half a lifetime ago for the 41 year old actor, for the movie Idle Hands. In that film, a teenage slacker's (Sawa's) right hand becomes possessed with murderous intent. While the film became somewhat of a sleeper hit, it was the 2000 film Final Destination that most horror film movie lovers might best remember him for. At the moment, Sawa can be seen kicking ass, Sylvester Stallone's ass, mind you, in the latest Escape Plan movie from Lionsgate. Escape Plan: The Extractors, the third in the franchise, which began in 2013, is now on Home Video.
2018 MOVIES COMING SOON TO THEATERS
The Lion King (2019)
Directed By: Jon Favreau
The Lion King (2019) is a CG-animated re-imagining of the 1994 Walt Disney animated classic of the same name. The Lion King once again features James Earl Jones as the voice of Mufasa.
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood
Directed By: Quentin Tarantino
Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is the ninth feature length film from writer and director Quentin Tarantino. Reservoir Dogs (1992) was his first feature film.
Jacob's Ladder (2019)
Directed By: David M. Rosenthal
In the movie Jacob's Ladder, after the death of his brother in Afghanistan, Jacob Singer is finally getting his life back together. He has a beautiful wife, a new born child and a successful career as surgeon in a VA hospital.
Directed By: Rick Alverson
Set in 1950s America, The Mountain follows the story of an introverted young man, played by Tye Sheridan, who’s employed as a photographer by a doctor (Jeff Goldblum) that's on a tour promoting a controversial lobotomy procedure. .
David Crosby Remember My Name
Directed By: A.J. Eaton
David Crosby Remember My Name is a documentary portrait of a man with everything but an easy retirement on his mind. The film is an honest, warts and all self-examination of the life and career of David Crosby, as the musical icon seeks a creative renaissance at age 77.