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TOP 5: (+3) films that promise to be blockbusters still in 2018

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Have you ever had the feeling that every other year, cinema is not so favorable for viewers? Turn and move, catching a movie, sometimes, can be the real lifeline for tedious, rainy, hot days or even for a little relaxation. Who has never made that holiday schedule with the children, taking them to an afternoon at the cinema with popcorn, chocolates, soft drinks and everything else they are entitled to?

It seems that 2018 was a very promising year for lovers of the seventh art. Movies like Avengers: Infinity War, black Panther, Jurassic World: Threatened Kingdom, The Incredibles 2, Mission: Impossible - Fallout Effect and Deadpool 2, made the worldwide box office earn a few more dollars – considering that studios currently produce great films, on a large scale without losing quality.

Proof of this, are the heroes, who each day and launch, gain more fans worldwide. And it's not just going to the movies and watching the movie at previews, premieres or during the first week of release. Wearing the shirt of the favorite character has become a routine and companies that have licensed products (or not), profit more and more from the playful, despite the financial crisis in which the country is.

The year is not over yet and despite great debuts (and box office), 2018 still has great releases that promise to close the year with a flourish that for many, it was not a great year. Thinking about it, we prepared a TOP 5 of next box office that can be real blockbusters still in 2018 and as we are cool, it has +3 films to please all audiences.

Before the list, an important definition of blockbuster. For those who have heard and / or read the word, but do not know what it means, it is a work with commercial appeal, large budget and massive dissemination, which generally becomes a very popular or successful work. This term is applied to some popular products, especially cinema films, but it is also used in other media.

Just one more addendum: the TOP it was assembled according to the release date of the film and not in order of preference, studios, plot, budget and the like. Right? Now, after this brief justification and definition of the term above, check the list below.

1A Star Is Born (A Star is Born)

'A Star is Born' poster | Photo/Reproduction: Warner Bros. pictures

This is the fourth adaptation of the classic musical. This time, the actor Bradley Cooper shares the scene with the singer Lady Gaga and also, signs the direction of the feature. Very well criticized, in some big and important film festivals around the world, the film is one of the great nominees for Oscar 2019. Barbra Streisand already starred in the film in 1976 and took the awards Golden Globe in the best comedy or musical actress category and also, Oscar for best original song.

Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
Debut: October 11.

2The First Man (First Man)

'First Man' movie poster | Photo/Reproduction: Universal Pictures

The actor Ryan Gosling gives life to Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the moon. Also very well criticized and taking from as many stars as possible, the film shows the sacrifices and costs of the astronaut and of an entire country in the largest and most dangerous space mission of all time. Claire Foy, who interpreted the Queen Elizabeth II on the Serie The Crown, gives Netflix, also stars in the feature. Damien Chazelle (WhiplashLa La Land) signs the direction and production of the film.

Studio: Universal Pictures
Debut: October 18

3Bohemian Rhapsody (Bohemian Rhapsody)

'Bohemian Rhapsody' movie poster | Photo/Reproduction: 20th Century Fox / Fox Film do Brasil

One of the long-awaited films of the year, brings the actor Rami Malek in the role of none other than Farrokh Bulsara, known worldwide as Freddie Mercury, the lead singer of the band Queen, one of the most and biggest bands in the world music scene. Characterized, the resemblance of the actor to the singer, is amazing and by the trailers already released, some say that it is himself Freddie acting through the body of Malek. The biographical film of Queen, won the direction of Bryan Singer and Dexter Fletcher.

Studio: 20th Century Fox
Debut: November 1st

4The Nutcracker and the Four Kingdoms (The Nutcracker and the Four Realms)

'The Nutcracker and the Four Realms' movie poster | Photo/Reproduction: Disney

Who has never seen or heard of ballet The Nutcracker, a show that has become a true Christmas classic? Very well-known, he won a soundtrack composed by the Russian musician Piotr Ilitch Tchaikovsky. In this theatrical adaptation, the actress Mackenzie Foy interprets clear, a smart young woman who sets out in search of a key that will give her an invaluable gift. Your godfather, played by Morgan Freeman, is the one who gives you the gift and on the trip, knows the Candy Kingdoms, das Neves, das Flores and the fearsome Kingdom Room.

Studio: Disney
Debut: November 1st

5Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald)

'Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald' movie logo | Photo/Reproduction: Warner Bros. Pictures / JK Rowling's Wizarding World

From the brilliant mind of J.K. Rowling, this is the second of five films in the new franchise Witch World created by, now also a screenwriter, British. With numerous references to books and films in the saga Harry Potter, Rowling bet on nostalgia with news, bringing Grindelwald (Johnny Depp), Dumbledore (Jude Law), Nagini (Claudia Kim), surnames known to fans and a first cast, who returns to tell the second story. The first film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (2016), cost the Warner, about US$ 180 million, generating revenue of over US$ 814 million worldwide and yielding to the feature, a Oscar of best costume.

Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
Debut: November 15

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6Aquaman (Aquaman)

Aquaman | Photo / Reproduction: Warner Bros. Pictures / DC

This one goes for superhero fans. From comics to big screens, the king of Atlantis wins his solo film. Jason Momoa it will bring the character to life alongside an incredible cast for anyone to fault. The film's trailer had been shown at San Diego Comic Con 2018 and generated great expectations for production. James Wan (Invocation of Evil, Invocation of Evil 2) directs the feature, which still has Amber Heard, Nicole Kidman, Willem Dafoe and Patrick Wilson in the cast.

Studio: Warner Bros. Pictures
Debut: December 13

7Mary Poppins Returns (Mary Poppins Returns)

Mary Poppins Returns | Photo / Playback: Disney

The first version of the feature was starring Julie Andrews, in 1964. This time, the continuation of the story, brings the actress Emily Blunt on the nanny's skin, who with the help of her faithful squire Jack (Lin Manuel Miranda), descends from heaven to help her children, now adults, Michael (Ben Wishaw) and Jane Banks (Emily Mortimer). Facing difficult problems during the Great Depression in London, Mary Poppins will bring a little more music and magic to brighten the life of this family. Rob Marshall signs the direction of the feature, which still has the performances of Meryl Streep, Julie Walters, Colin Firth and Dick Van Dyke.

Studio: Disney
Debut: December 20

8Bumblebee (Bumbleblee)

'Bumblebee' poster | Photo/Reproduction: Paramount Pictures

The first spin off of the franchise Transformers it could not have been better chosen. One of the most beloved robots in the franchise, Bumbleblee had the direction signed by Travis Knight and executive production, for Steven Spielberg. Set in the 1980s, the film promises to win over specialized critics, despite the box office success that the original franchise had. Has Hailee Steinfeld, Pamela Adlon, Jorge Lendeborg Jr. and John Cena in the cast.

Studio: Paramount Pictures
Debut: December 25th

Enjoy the final stretch of 2018, invite friends, gather your family and watch one of the films that promise to be a big box office success in a cinema near you.

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