Deadpool – February 12
If superheroes, sarcasm, and cheesy jokes are some of your favorite things, then Deadpool is exactly what you’ve been waiting for. Starring Ryan Reynolds, this dark and humorous flick tells the story of Wade Wilson who undergoes a rogue experiment leaving him with accelerated healing powers, helping him along the bumpy road to hunt down the man who almost destroyed his life.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice – March 25
This March we’re finally going to be able to put to rest the question of who will win. Or will we? Probably not. They’ll most likely milk this franchise for a few more movies before revealing a true winner, but regardless this movie is sure to be badass.
The Jungle Book – April 15
Disney is getting adventurous with their new version of The Jungle Book starring some incredible people including Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, Christopher Walken, and more. This live action re-make has some of the best CGI that we’ve ever seen and is sure to bring back the ‘bare necessities’ of life.
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Captain America: Civil War – May 6
The new Captain America is sure to be a roller coaster ride, blending the worlds of Iron Man and Captain America along with many of their pals. Hell, this is going to be the first Marvel Universe movie that features Spider-man alongside other superheroes, so this should get interesting.
X-Men Apocalypse – May 27
If you like ‘Days of Future Past’ then buckle up as director Bryan Singer returns for what could be the best X-Men film yet. Bringing to life the very first mutant from the X-Men universe, Apocalypse, it looks like this film is going to be one hell of a wild ride.
Alice Through The Looking Glass – May 27
If you’re tired of the plain ol’ blue dress wearing Alice, then this film is sure to tickle your fancy. Starring the original cast from Tim Burton’s 2010 reboot, Alice travels back to Wonderland to turn back the clock in order to save the Mad Hatter.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out Of The Shadows – June 3
If you’ve seen the latest TMNT reboot, you were likely underwhelmed. Hell, even the cast admits that the film lacked in many different areas. This time, the original cast returns to continue the story, promising that this one will actually do the TMNT franchise justice. We’ll see.
Warcraft – June 10
World of Warcraft fans have long awaited a film to bring to life the game that they’ve spent so many hours playing. But, even if you haven’t played the games, Warcraft still looks incredibly badass. Follow the Orcs as they join forces with the humans to take down their enemies together. Plus, the CGI looks unbelievable which is a win for everyone.
Finding Dory – June 17
Pixar is at it again with the long awaited ‘Finding Nemo’ sequel that takes place just six months after the events of the original. This time around, Dory is the center of attention as she slowly regains memories of her childhood and embarks on a journey to find her family.
The Purge 3 – July 1
While much isn’t known yet about the newest addition to the Purge franchise, director Jason Blum has hinted that the film will focus on the first Purge with a heavy emphasis on the group that is trying to put an end to the yearly killing spree.
Ghostbusters – July 15
While there was a bit of an uproar over the choice to reboot this iconic franchise with all female ghost bustin’ team, Ghostbusters actually looks like it’s going to be great. Putting an all new spin on the movies, this cast is going to blow it out of the water perfectly blending comedy and ghosts all at the same time.
Star Trek Beyond – July 22
Fast & Furious director Justin Lin is dipping his hands in the Star Trek universe with Star Trek Beyond. This film promises to bring more action as the USS Enterprise is destroyed, leaving the crew on a strange planet where they must fight a villain named Krall to find their way home.
Suicide Squad – August 5
Not much needs to be said about this one other than the fact that it’s going to be f**king amazing. Just do yourself a favor and watch the trailer.
Gambit – October 7
While we don’t know much about the new Gambit yet, we do know that Channing Tatum has been cast as the lead. The X-men spinoff will be directed by Doug Liman, though nothing about the plot has been confirmed yet.
Underworld 5 – October 14
Kate Beckinsale as a vampire in tight leather? Count me in! While the previous films don’t have the best reviews, they sure know how to bring in the cash, and this new installment looks to add to that sum dramatically.
Doctor Strange – November 4
Benedict Cumberbatch as a superhero? Really? Yep. But, if you’re familiar with the original comic book character, then it’s easy to see that he’s the perfect fit. While not much is known about the film yet, it is likely to follow a plot similar to the comics where Doctor Strange is the Sorceror Supreme who protects earth from magical threats.
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them – November 18
Harry Potter fans rejoice! The prequel to Harry Potter is hitting the big screen with the help of J.K. Rowling who is the official Screen Writer. Follow the tale of Newton Scamander who travels to New York and accidentally releases a slew of magical beasts.
Bad Santa 2 – November 23
While Bad Santa wasn’t exactly an Oscar worthy film, it sure did get quite the cult following. After over a decade, Billy Bob Thorton returns as the santa that we all love to hate.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – December 16
You may be asking, “is this episode 8?” The answer is no. This is the spin-off film planned to keep the Star Wars franchise alive forever. This story takes place before ‘A New Hope; and depicts the struggles of Rebel fighters who stole the plans for the very first Death Star.
Assassin’s Creed – December 21
If you’ve played the games, then you know damn well that this is going to be a cool movie. With Michael Fassbender as the lead and an all-star cast behind him, Assasin’s Creed is sure to be a hit.
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