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New Christmas Movies

The New Christmas Movies in Theaters for 2019

The Best New Christmas Movies Coming to Theaters in 2019

(08/30/2019)

Love holiday movies? We do! Whether it's a wide-eyed musical, an animated adventure, or even a horror film with a touch of December chill, these films help set the mood for the end of the year. Fortunately, there are quite a few good choices to see on the big screen in the next few months. Here are all the best new Christmas movies coming to theaters in 2019.

Last Christmas

Last Christmas

[Image Credit: Universal Pictures]


Shopworker Kate (Emilia Clarke) has no patience for the holidays — perhaps because she works in a Christmas store that operates year-round. Then she meets Tom (Henry Golding), who slips right past Kate's emotional defenses and reawakens her appreciation of Christmas. It's not a coincidence that this film has the same name as a song by Wham!, either. LAST CHRISTMAS celebrates the music of Wham! singer/songwriter George Michael, and even features a previously unreleased song from the late musician. [November 8]

Arctic Dogs

Arctic Dogs

[Image Credit: Entertainment Studios]

It's a different sort of adventure at the North Pole as animals band together to defend the Arctic Circle against the sinister scheme of Otto Von Walrus, who is plotting to melt the ice in order to take over the world. Swifty the Arctic Fox, a mere mailboy (er, mailfox?), voiced by Jeremy Renner, stumbles upon the warm-weather plot. He pulls together a rag-tag band of friends to save the day. [November 8]

Frozen II

Frozen II

[Image Credit: Walt Disney Animation]

It’s a holiday movie in spirit! Elsa found her place in FROZEN, but she still has questions about her powers and past. In search of answers, she, Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven set off on a journey that will take them far from the world they know, and into dangers that even the princess' icy powers may not be able to conquer. Directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, return, as do songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, and cast members Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff and Josh Gad. [November 22]

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

[Image Credit: Sony Pictures]

The real meaning of the holidays shines through in the story of one of the friendliest people who ever lived. Tom Hanks plays Fred Rogers in this true story about the beloved television host's friendship with journalist Tom Junod. The jaded and skeptical Junod (played by Matthew Rhys, of "The Americans") is assigned to write a profile of Rogers. He goes into their first meeting assuming that the gentle guy on "Mister Roger's Neighborhood" is just a character created for the show. He soon finds that the values seen on the small screen — kindness, decency and forgiveness — are very much a part of the real Fred Rogers. [November 28]

Black Christmas

Black Christmas

[Image Credit: Universal Pictures]

Want something a little darker for the short days of the year? Here, a cult classic 1970s horror film is updated by filmmakers Sophia Takal and April Wolfe. As a college campus empties for the holidays, the remaining students are being targeted by a violent stalker. But some of these women, played by Imogen Poots, Aleyse Shannon and Brittany O'Grady, aren't willing to be passive victims, and they come up with a plan to fight back. [December 13]

Little Women

Little Women

[Image Credit: Sony Pictures]

Gerta Gerwig (LADY BIRD) co-writes (with Sarah Polley) and directs this new film version of Louisa May Alcott's novel about four sisters living in New England after the Civil War. The young women — Jo (Saoirse Ronan), Meg (Emma Watson), Amy (Florence Pugh) and Beth (Eliza Scanlen) — each have their own approach to life, which Gerwig depicts with a style that evenly mixes period details and modern sensibilities. Laura Dern, Timothée Chalamet and Meryl Streep also appear. [December 25]



Come spend the holidays at the movies!