The Top 10 Pop Culture Events to Look Forward to in 2018
A list of the top pop culture events you can look forward to this year includes the kick-off of the Winter Olympics next month . . . reboots of “American Idol” and “Roseanne” . . . three new Broadway musicals based on “Frozen”, “Mean Girls”, and“Harry Potter” . . . and the new “Mary Poppins” sequel this December.
Someone posted a list of the top 50 pop culture events you can look forward to this year. We went through and cherry-picked the top 10. Get ready, because a lot of them happen in EARLY 2018 . . .
1. Next month, Justin Timberlake will do the halftime show at Super Bowl 52 in Minneapolis. Everyone’s wondering if Janet Jackson will show up too. (Her NIPPLE from the 2004 halftime show probably won’t make another appearance though.)
2. On February 9th, the 2018 Winter Olympics will kick off in South Korea.
3. Marvel’s newest superhero movie “Black Panther” will hit theaters February 16th.
4. A new season of “Roseanne” premieres in March. And a bunch of other reboots are happening this year too. “Trading Spaces”, “Queer Eye” and “American Idol” are all coming back. And original “Idol” winner Kelly Clarkson is joining “The Voice”.
5. “Frozen: The Musical” will officially open on Broadway in March. Then in April, it’ll be joined by a “Mean Girls” musical and a“Harry Potter” musical.
6. The movie version of “A Wrinkle in Time” starring Oprah hits theaters in March. She’ll also be getting the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the Golden Globes this Sunday.
7. It’ll be a big spring for the royal family. Kate Middleton is expecting baby #3 in April. Then Prince Harry and Meghan Markleare tying the knot in May.
8. “Ocean’s 8” will hit theaters in June. It’s the all-female spin-off of “Ocean’s 11” with Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, and Rihanna.
9. Lady Gaga will start her residency in Las Vegas in December. She’s currently scheduled for at least 74 concerts. Britney Spears just ended her residency this past weekend after four years.
10. “Mary Poppins Returns” starring Emily Blunt will hit theaters Christmas Day. Meryl Streep, Colin Firth, and Dick Van Dyke are also in it. Dick turned 92 years old last month.
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