Our 12 New Year’s Wishes & Resolutions For The Film/TV Industry In 2019

The Playlist | 12/31/2018 | Charles Barfield
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Here, we are, living the last day of 2018, and for many, it’s good riddance to this year. 2018, which went on for approximately, 1,324 days, seemed to have a ton of ups, but perhaps even more downs, especially outside of the entertainment industry (let’s not go there, however). That said, we have spent a fair amount of time breaking down the very best the year had to offer, from a variety of different angles. And now, on the eve of 2019, it’s time to look ahead.

Whether it’s aimed at the biggest production companies and studios around or specific films that we’re dying to see, we have some wishes and resolutions that we’d like to put out into the ether in hopes they may just happen. And while we fully expect many of these hopes for 2019 to end up like that “I’ll really get that gym membership, for sure!” resolution that we always break, it never hurts to have dreams.

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Click here for our complete coverage of the best and worst of 2018.

So, with that in mind, let’s take a look at 12 resolutions, hopes, dreams, wishes, what-have-you, that we really would love to see in the next 365 days. There’s no way that 2019 can be worse than 2018, right?

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