Keluarga Cemara (Jan 3)

The remake of the 90s TV show, Keluarga Cemara is set to hit the local cinemas today. Similar to the beloved show, the new adaptation tells the story of a family who must survived sudden poverty together with moral lessons and heartfelt laughs found along the way. Starring Ringgo Agusrahman and Nirina Zubir as the main leads, the film is also supported by Zara JKT48, Gading Marten, and Maudy Koesnaedi.

Escape Room (Jan 4)

Sony Pictures is hopping on the latest escape-room trend by creating a new psychological horror that shows six strangers who have to survive an escape room nightmare. Starring Deborah Ann Woll (True Blood), Taylor Russell (Lost In Space), and Logan Miller (Love, Simon), the film was shot in South Africa and is slated for release on January 4.

Glass (Jan 18)

Without a doubt, Glass is one of the most-anticipated films of 2019. The sequel to M. Night Shyamalan’s hit films Unbreakable (2000) and Split (2016) will welcome a string of beloved actors reprising their iconic roles. From Bruce Willis and Samuel L. Jackson in Unbreakable to James McAvoy astounding character(s) in Split, Glass is promised to be packed awesome twists and mind-blowing performances.

Serenity (Jan 25)

Directed by Steven Knight, Serenity follows a fishing boat captain who is approached by his ex-wife and asked to murder her new husband. With A-list Hollywood actors Matthew McConaughey and Anne Hathaway in the lead roles, audience can expect powerhouse acting and sharp-edge twist from this neo-noir thriller.

The Kid Who Would Be King (Jan 25)

King Arthur is getting its children’s spin-off! Directed and written by Joe Cornish, the modern spin-off will see a band of kids embarking on an epic medieval quest inspired by the legend. Starring Andy Serkis’ son, Louis Ashbourne Serkis, the new 20th Century Fox film also roped in actress Rebecca Ferguson and Sir Patrick Stewart in supporting roles. With stunning effects and laugh-riot scenarios, The Kid Who Would Be King will become a must-go family film this January.

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