9 Films We Can't Wait to Watch This March 2019

From local to international releases, here are the most anticipated films premiering this month, so you can already start planning your movie nights! 

Captain Marvel 
Premieres on: March 6

Starring Brie Larson as the titular character, Captain Marvel  will be taking the people back to 1990s, and will be focusing on Carol Danvers' journey for when she goes from being a US Air Force fighter pilot to becoming one of the galaxy's mightiest heroes. When she joins a military team called Starforce, she finds herself in the middle of an intergalactic conflict between the Skrulls and the Krees. The film is helmed by Anne Boden and Ryan Fleck. 

The Aftermath
Premieres on: March 13

In The Aftermath, Rachael Morgan comes back to postwar Hamburg in the winter to be reunited with her husband Lewis. As they settle to their new home, she discovers that they will be sharing their grand house with its previous owners, a German widower and his troubled daughter. Directed by James Kent, the film stars  Alexander Skarsgård , Keira Knightley, and Jason Clarke. 

Premieres on: March 13

A film which stars Nadine Lustre, Ulan tells the story of Maya who was raised by her grandmother believing in the superstition that rain pours in the middle of a sunny day when two Tikbalangs are wed. A hopeless romantic, Maya meets Peter who is everything you'd look for in a lover. She then realizes that each time she's about to experience something good, rain starts to fall, which could be heaven's way of saying she's about to face a bitter fate. Directed by Irene Emma Villamor, Lustre will be joined by Carlo Aquino, Marco Gumabao, and AJ Muhlach. 

Wonder Park
Premieres on: March 13

Wonder Park centers on a girl named June who discovers an amusement park hidden in the woods. Filled with fantastical rides and talking animals, she realizes that the park came from her imagination and that she's the only one that can save it from disarray. Some of the stars who will be lending their voices for the film include Brianna Denski, Jennifer Garner, Ken Hudson Campbell, Mila Kunis, Ken Jeong, and more. 

Premieres on: March 20

Us is set in present-day Northern California and tells the story of Lupita Nyong'o's Adelaide, who returns to her childhood home with her family. Haunted by trauma from her past, she feels paranoid that something bad will happen to her family. She then realizes that they must face a terrifying opponent - doppelgängers of themselves. Joining Nyong'o are Winston Duke, Evan Alex, Shahadi Wright Joseph, and Elizabeth Moss. Us is directed by the Get Out director, Jordan Peele. 

Premieres on: March 20

Homestay is a Thai drama thriller film based on the Japanese novel Colorful. It centers on a high-schooler named Min who dies and is brought back to life. However, when this happened, it's not actually Min who returns, but the wandering spirit of a different person called the Guardian. Because the Guardian's stay in Min's body is temporary, he must figure out who killed the old Min in 100 days or he would lose his newfound family, friends, and love. The cast includes Teeradon Supapunpinyo, Cherprang Areekul, Suqua Bulakul, and more. 

Where'd You Go, Bernadette
Premieres on: March 22

A film based on the bestselling book about Bernadette Fox, an agoraphobic Seattle woman who suddenly disappears before their family trip to Antarctica. Her family then sets off to an adventure to try and solve the myster of where she might have gone. The film is directed by Richard Linklater, and stars Cate Blanchett, Billy Crudup, Kristen Wiig, and more. 

Premieres on: March 27

Tim Burton's live-action remake of the classic tale centers on Max Medici, a circus owner who asks his former star and his children to care for a newborn elephant with oversized ears. When they realize that Dumbo can fly, the circus starts to make a comeback and gets recruited by an entrepreneur who runs Dreamland. There, Holt realizes that the place, despite its shiny appearance, is also full of dark secrets.  The film stars Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton, Danny DeVito, Eva Green, Finley Hobbins, and Nico Parker. 

Premieres on: 
March 27

Eerie, which tells the events following the unexpected death of a student. Bea Alonzo plays Pat Consolacion, the school's guidance counselor who hopes to help the students cope with their struggles while figuring out the cause of the student's death. Because of her unusual talents, Pat meets Eri, a former student who has been watching the school for years. She then begins to uncover the secrets of the school that were kept for the past century. Joining Alonzo are Charo Santos Concio, Maxene Magalona, and Jake Cuenca. 

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