What Are You Looking Forward to in 2019? (Discussion 1/28)

2018 was a decent year for movies, weird year for music, amazing year for games, and television has really never seen better days (I hear). However, the past is in our behind and it’s time to look forward to what’s coming this year. Granted, it’s February already but January is usually considered sort of a trash-pile and it seemed like a decent way to wait for more Q3-Q4 announcements to release.

So, this list is what I’m looking forward to this year; I decided to make this a Monday Discussion instead of a Wednesday Essay because I’d like to hear what other people have on their calendars as well. Without further ado: 2019.

  • February…
    • 8th: LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
    • 15th: Metro Exodus
    • 15th: Far Cry: New Dawn
    • 22nd: How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World
  • March…
    • 8th: Captain Marvel
    • 22nd: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
    • 29th: Captive State
  • April…
    • 5th: Pet Sematary
    • 5th: Shazam!
    • 12th: Hellboy
    • 14th: Game of Thrones
    • 19th: The Curse of La Llorona
    • 23rd: Machines Like Me
    • 26th: Avengers: Endgame
  • May…
    • 10th: Detective Pikachu
    • 14th: Rage 2
    • 17th: John Wick Chapter 3
    • 24th: Ad Astra
    • 24th: Aladdin
    • 24th: Brightburn
    • 31st: Godzilla: King of the Monsters
  • June…
    • 7th: X-Men: Dark Phoenix
    • 21st: Toy Story 4
  • July…
    • 4th: Stranger Things
    • 5th: Spider-Man Far From Home
    • 16th: They Called Us Enemy
    • 19th: The Lion King
    • 26th: Once Upon a Time In Hollywood
  • August…
    • 2nd: Hobbs & Shaw
    • 2nd: The New Mutants
  • September…
    • 6th: IT Chapter 2
  • October…
    • 4th: The Joker
    • 11th: Gemini Man
  • November…
    • 1st: Terminator
    • 8th: Doctor Sleep
    • 22nd: Frozen 2
  • December…
    • 20th: Star Wars Episode IX

At least 30% of the “Upcoming Games” are still unscheduled so I wasn’t able to add them to the list. Also, at leasat 90% of all 2019 TV Seasons have no dates whatsoever but I did find some things that I’m looking forward to now (which I hadn’t heard of before). One such thing is The Called Us Enemy which recounts George Takei’s childhood in a US Internment camp, and it comes out on my birthday which is even more exciting. There were some things I intentionally left out because I feel indifferent about their release but I also had to skimp out on some ones that I’m slightly excited about to keep the list from getting too long.

Anyways, I’ll leave this open for discussion so we can see what else 2019 has to offer us.

As always, thanks for reading and I’ll see you soon!

Published by Blake Carson Schwarz

Indiana University graduate in Media and Creative Writing. I love to write my own stories as well as experience the work of others. On this site, I post reviews, essays, and other fun posts that I hope you have as much fun reading and I have writing. Please share any comments you have, I'd be happy to hear what you think! *Never a critic, always a fan*

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