So you've seen "Captain Marvel" and as the excitement and anticipation slowly fade into sadness that the movie is over, you ask, "now what?"
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Don't believe us? Well, you not only have a new "Avengers" film coming, there is also a new "Star Wars," "Dumbo," "Aladdin" and much, much more. Did we mention "Frozen 2?"
Yeah, we know it's bonkers, right?
Here's a look at what's to come in 2019:
"Dumbo" - March 29
Yeah, this is cuteness overload for sure!
The live-action take on the timeless classic features Colin Farrell, Danny DeVito, Michael Keaton and more. There's also this adorable baby elephant that can fly because of his crazy big ears. It's also directed by Tim Burton, which should make for something very magical.
"Avengers: Endgame" - April 26
Get the tissues out. This blockbuster is the film Marvel fans have been waiting 11 years for and could be the last film for icons like Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr. and others, who might perish or sacrifice themselves (in the film of course) to save half the galaxy.
When we left off last year, Thanos had accomplished his goal, ending billions of lives around the universe. Now, the team has a new recruit — Captain Marvel — and a new plan to set things right.
To Evans, Downey, Scarlett Johansson and the rest of the gang, it sure has been a pleasure! You were the superheroes we sure deserved and more!
"Aladdin" - May 24
Will Smith steps into the iconic shoes — or slippers — of Robin Williams for a live-action take on "Aladdin."
The film promises to be a visual spectacle, giving us a viscerally vivid depiction of the world we thought we knew in 1992 when we were first introduced to this unforgettable cast of characters.
Amid the ducks, dives, whips and wallops, one of the most timeless love stories of all time is not forgotten.
Welcome to a "whole new world!" You knew we were going to fit that in somehow.
"Toy Story 4" - June 21
Still have those tissues handy? Well, you're going to need them again.
Tom Hanks and Tim Allen are joined by newcomers Keanu Reeves, Jordan Peele and Patricia Arquette in this brand new addition to the "Toy Story" saga.
The toys all belong to a new child AND there's an outing to a carnival. This should be good.
"The Lion King" - July 19
The hits keep on coming as the re-imagining of the "Lion King" steps into theaters this summer.
"Iron Man" director Jon Favreau is behind the camera — well, for the CGI at least — for this epic tale chock full of stars.
Deep breath ... OK, Seth Rogen, Donald Glover, Alfred Woodard, Billy Eichner and Beyoncé will all be voices in this. Did we mention BEYONCE is going to voice Nala?!
"Maleficent: Mistress of Evil" - Oct. 18
Who's better to ring in Halloween than the terrifyingly delightful Angelina Jolie?
The Oscar winner is back as Maleficent in this follow up to her 2014 hit of the same name.
Elle Fanning is back as Aurora and the movie explores the relationship between the two and a possible team up as new threats face their land. Michelle Pfeiffer joins the cast as Queen Ingrith.
"Frozen 2" - Nov. 22
Yassss Queen ... literally! Anna, Elsa, and Olaf are all back, and by the looks of the first trailer, things are not all right in the land of Arendelle.
The trio must go into the forest to save their kingdom.
Evan Rachel Wood and Sterling K. Brown join Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel as voices in this highly anticipated animated feature.
"Star Wars: Episode IX" - Dec. 20
The absolutely gigantic year for Disney ends with possibly the biggest film of the year - "Star Wars: Episode IX."
The Rey-Kylo trilogy comes to a close after a shocking "Last Jedi," where we saw the end of the legendary Luke Skywalker.
Rey still believes in the Jedi, while Kylo Ren now takes command of the First Order. Will the duo face off, or will Rey convince him to come back to the light? So many questions until December.
J.J. Abrams is back, finishing the trilogy he helped start with "The Force Awakens."
It feels impossible, but today wrapped photography on Episode IX. There is no adequate way to thank this truly magical crew and cast. I’m forever indebted to you all. pic.twitter.com/138AprtFuZ— JJ Abrams (@jjabrams) February 15, 2019
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