First up Johnny Depp brings the deathly hallows in “Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald.” The dark wizard recruits magical henchmen after escaping custody. He’s looking to start a holy war between wizards and muggles. But Jude Law shaves a few years off an iconic character as a young Albus Dumbledore. And the future Hogwarts headmaster implores former student Eddie Redmayne to use his fantastic beasts in the fight for freedom. “The Crimes of Grindelwald” is rated PG-13.
Viola Davis learns how to get away with murder in “Widows.” She plays a woman in mourning after her husband is killed while committing a robbery. So when the thugs who hired her hubby for the job come after Davis, she gathers a squad of other surviving spouses to pull their own job in order to live life on their own terms. “Widows” is rated R.
Rosamund Pike plays a celebrated war correspondent Marie Colvin in “A Private War”. Driven by desire to bear witness and give voice to the voiceless, her character charges into danger constantly testing the limits between bravery and bravado. This film is based on a true story and is rated R.
Three’s company and five’s a zoo in “Instant Family.” Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne play a couple looking to adopt a kid. But the child they choose has a brother and a sister! They don’t want to separate the siblings, so the unprepared parents punch their ticket to crazy town. “Instant Family” is rated PG-13.
The flying baby elephant is headed back to the big screen. Here’s a look at a new trailer for Disney’s live-action remake “Dumbo.” Tim Burton is directing the re-telling of a 1941 animated classic. The film includes big names like Michael Keaton, Colin Farrell and Danny DeVito. The new “Dumbo” is set to be released in theaters March 29th.
Also coming to a theater near you, it’s your best friend till the end in creepy doll form. Take a look at the poster for a new “Child’s Play” movie hitting theaters in 2019.