Every Upcoming Marvel Movie's Official 2019 Release Date

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Marvel Studios via YouTube

It's an exciting time to be a Marvel fan. In addition to the publisher's legendary comic books, Marvel movies are being churned out faster than ever before. Between the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the X-Men series, 2019 will be plentiful with movies, and there's a whole lot to look forward to.

Fans will get to see Brie Larson star in the first Captain Marvel film, which will open up new plots and characters for the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase Four. The most highly-anticipated Marvel film of 2019 is the as-yet-untitled Avengers 4, which will be the final movie in the MCU's Phase Three, premiering after Captain Marvel. The first film of Phase Four, Spider-Man: Far From Home, will also debut next year—and will see Tom Holland reprise his role as Peter Parker.

Two X-Men movies will hit theaters next year, beginning with the Sophie Turner-led film Dark Phoenix, which follows Jean Grey as she develops powers that turn out to be too dark for her own good. The second will be The New Mutants, which will be the 13th film in the X-Men series, starring Game of Thrones's Maisie Williams, Stranger Things's Charlie Heaton, and Split's Anya Taylor-Joy.

Here's the upcoming release schedule:

Captain Marvel: March 8, 2019
​Avengers 4: ​May 3, 2019
​Dark Phoenix: ​June 7, 2019
​Spider-Man: Far From Home:  July 5, 2019​
The New Mutants: ​August 2, 2019

As of now, only Captain Marvel and Dark Phoenix have debuted trailers, but fans have high hopes that the Avengers 4 trailer and title will be released any day now. In October, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige reportedly confirmed the first trailer would drop by the end of the year.

A Golden Girls-Themed Cruise Will Set Sail in 2020

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Carlo Allegri/Getty Images

If you've ever fantasized of taking a vacation that would make the cast of characters from The Golden Girls proud, you'll soon have the chance to make your dreams come true. In early 2020, Flip Phone Events and the cruise line Celebrity Infinity are launching a Golden Girls-themed cruise that brings the classic 1980s sitcom to the western Caribbean.

As CNN reports, the new cruise, called Golden Girls at Sea, leaves from Miami, Florida—the home of Rose, Dorothy, Blanche, and Sophia. For five days, the ship will take cruisers on a relaxing trip through the Gulf, stopping in Key West and Cozumel, Mexico. While onboard the ship, guests will have the opportunity to take part in several Golden Girls-inspired activities, including a Shady Pines craft corner, Dorothy's bingo, Golden Girls trivia, and karaoke at Blanche's favorite pickup spot, The Rusty Anchor. And, yes, there will be cheesecake.

The Golden Girls premiered over 30 years ago, but the fabulous foursome hasn't lost its popularity. Even though the show has ended, the ladies can still be spotted on apparel, candles, board games, and even their own cereal box. Their new themed cruise may be the most luxurious Golden Girls-branded experience yet.

Golden Girls at Sea sets sail from Miami on February 24, 2020 and returns on February 29. Rooms start around $987 per person for a standard cabin and go up to $7657 for the top suites. Unlimited drinks are included with every ticket.

Book your tickets here.

[h/t CNN]

Harry Potter Fans Can Now Live at Hogwarts

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Warner Bros.

Still waiting for your Hogwarts acceptance letter? Still dreaming of the day you can walk through the Great Hall doors for the first time? Well now you can, because there are newly constructed luxury apartments right next to the real-life Great Hall from the Harry Potter movies.

Fans can now live out their ultimate Wizarding World dreams, as two luxury flats have been made in the heart of the castle at Royal Connaught Park in Bushey, Hertfordshire, home of the original Great Hall.

According to the Mirror, Rightmove—a UK-based property rental website—has shared an ad for two-bed apartments within the Victorian castle, which is home to the Great Hall from the first three Harry Potter films.

The property used to be the home of the Royal Masonic School for Boys. Now, thanks to recent renovations, Potterheads can rent out the new, unfurnished apartments for $2800 a month.

Fans who can scavenge up enough knuts, sickles, and galleons will not only have the Great Hall to visit but also 100 acres of parkland that surrounds the property, a private leisure center complete with saunas and pools, a tennis court, and 24-hour concierge and shuttle services.

The site served as a set for Harry Potter, but also for movies like Monty Python’s The Meaning of Life, Hot Fuzz, and the long-running TV series EastEnders.

[h/t: Mirror]

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