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The Month in Movies: What's in Theaters in April 2019

Are we already entering the summer movie season? April brings us the most anticipated theatrical release of the year, with Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame, and there’s a very good chance it will remain the biggest movie through the end of 2019. But there are many other great titles coming out this month, including a new DC superhero movie and some major horror and documentary features. Below is our guide to all the major titles coming to theaters in April and how to get your tickets now.  April 5: Shazam! Starring: Zachary Levi, Mark Strong, Jack Dylan Grazer The latest entry of the DC Extended Universe is also the franchise’s most standalone effort, following the Big-like adventures of a teenage boy (Asher Angel) who can magically turn into an...
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