2019 movies geeks can look forward to

Chris Pratt & Elizabeth Banks talk about "How to Train Your Dragon" at San Diego Comic Con 2018. Image source: Google Images/Gage Skidmore.
Chris Pratt & Elizabeth Banks talk about "How to Train Your Dragon" at San Diego Comic Con 2018. Image source: Google Images/Gage Skidmore.

Powerful films and big stars are coming to theaters for sci-fi fans in 2019.

2019 is looking promising for geeks, with some fresh films to catch in the theater. These live action and animated gems have some big stars and directors at the helm, as well. The star-studded "The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part" with Elizabeth Banks and Chris Pratt will no doubt be a huge hit. M. Night Shyamalan is back and will bring some fascination to the big screen with "Glass." Robert Rodriguez directed the highly anticipated "Alita: Battle Angel" and anime fans will cheer. Always a crowd favorite, Keanu Reeves will be a big draw this year for "Replicas." The entire family will enjoy "How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World" and "The Kid Who Would Be King."

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Keanu Reeves wants his family back in Replicas

Always a favorite Keanu Reeves leads the way with "Replicas" as a scientist who tries everything to bring back his family that perished in a car crash. His obsession will get himself in trouble with the laws of nature and science. The screenplay was penned by Chad St. John and it was based on a story by Stephen Hamel. This also stars Alice Eve, Thomas Middleditch, and John Ortiz. Release Date: January 11, 2019.

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M. Night Shyamalan is back in Glass

M. Night Shyamalan is back as writer and director of part 3 of his trilogy. It all started with Bruce Willis and Samuel. L. Jackson in "Unbreakable" and he followed up two decades later with "Split" with James McAvoy. "Glass" adds Sarah Paulson to the cast to research superhuman powers. Willis plays David Dunn, a security guard who will find himself hunting down McAvoy's Kevin Wendell Crumb's 24 personalities. Jackson brings his talent to portray Mr. Glass. Release Date: Jan. 18, 2019.

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