March is a big month for movie releases.
Don’t have time to research all the upcoming movie releases this month? We’ll let you know who the stars are and a brief synopsis of the stories, as well as the latest trailers!
- Emma Watson as Belle
- Dan Stevens as The Beast
- Luke Evans as Gaston
A tale as old as time, the story of Beauty and her Beast. This Disney classic is making its way to the big screen and has received a lot of hype since its first trailer was released. This is a movie that all ages will be sure to enjoy, especially fans of the original Disney film.
- Naomi Scott as Kimberly Hart (Pink Ranger)
- Becky G. as Trini Kwan (Yellow Ranger)
- RJ Cyler as Billy Cramston (Blue Ranger)
- Darce Montgomery as Jason Lee Scott (Red Ranger)
- Ludi Lin as Zack Taylor (Black Ranger)
- Elizabeth Banks as Rita Repulsa
Let’s take a trip down memory lane with the Power Rangers! The Power Rangers will be facing an alien threat and must find a way to save their world. But as five regular high school kids, will they be able to accomplish this?
- Rebecca Ferguson
- Ryan Reynolds
- Jake Gyllenhaal
- Olga Dlhovichnaya
- Arlyon Bakare
- Hiroyuki Sandada
Extraterrestrial life has been discovered on Mars thanks to a team of six on the International Space Station. As their research continues to progress, they discover that the life forms they discovered are more intelligent than they had previously perceived. If you love space movies as much as I do, I’m sure you’ll enjoy Life.
- Alec Baldwin as Boss Baby
When a family brings home their newborn baby, the older brother becomes crazy jealous over his younger brother receiving all of their parents’ attention. However, it turns out his little brother is more than just a baby.
Need a movie to bring you kids, friends, or even just yourself? Then I’d recommend The Boss Baby. Alec Baldwin has always played an amazing corporate character like in the show 50 Rock.
- 4Scarlett Johansson as Kusangi
Ghost in the Shell originated as a Japanese manga in 1989 and has received many film adaptations, several books, and television series. There are several arcs in the series, but this film will be focusing on the Kuze story.
“We’re not doing Puppetmaster. It’s not Laughing Man. It involves Kuze. The Kuze story. The big thing we are doing here is that we’re not necessarily doing an origins backstory, but we are addressing her sense of self and resolving how she defines herself in terms of memories. That’s one of the main thrusts in the story. Inspired by that episode of Affection in Second Gig. It’s bits and pieces of those mixed together.”
– Avi Arad, Producer