Going To present continuous
To discuss about movement in regard to a place or a person in the present, we use the present continuous form of the verb go + preposition to + noun phrase:
Are you going to Maggie’s party tonight?
I’m going to the shops. Do you want anything?
Going To on the future:
We can use a present form of be + going to + the base form of a main verb to talk about the future. We use it for plans and intentions, predictions and commands:
I’m going to buy a new car next week. (plan or intention)
You’re not going to do all this in an hour. There’s just too much to do. (prediction: the speaker can see how much there is to do)
I’m telling you, you’re going to do it. You don’t have a choice. (command)