10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2016

X-Men Apocalypse (Fox)
X-Men Apocalypse (Fox)

There is a ton of movies of interest coming in 2016. Some are more anticipated than others, We will try to list most here and give what we think people are planning to see. Here is a link for 2016 by month from http://www.movieinsider.com.



10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2016:

The superhero movie train keeps rolling, with the last several weeks seeing the release of new trailers for Captain America: Civil War, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows, and X-Men: Apocalypse. Here is a strictly superhero list of movies in 2016.

February 12: Deadpool (Fox)
March 25: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
May 6: Captain America: Civil War
February 12: Deadpool (Fox)
March 25: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
May 6: Captain America: Civil War
May 27: X-Men: Apocalypse (Fox)
June 3: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows
August 5: Suicide Squad
October 7: Gambit (Fox)
November 4: Doctor Strange

2 Thoughts to “10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2016”

  1. Brian Peaden

    I’m looking forward to the new Bourne movie, Doctor Strange, and Civil War. I have my doubts about the rest.

    Star Trek Beyond feels like its wandering further and further from what Star Trek is. I realize the new universe has its fans, but after two lack luster movies, I don’t know if I want to see Fast & Furious in space.

    X-Men Apocalypse might be worth seeing since its supposed to round out the franchise (before they dump the cast and wander off into the thousand or so spin-offs), but I don’t like how they’re handling Apocalypse, and the thought of Magneto being the bad guy yet again doesn’t make me want to run out and see it.

    Speaking of spin-offs, Deadpool could be interesting, but Ryan Reynolds may get old fast. I’m not sure if we’ve seen all the best lines in the trailer or if the marketing is building up too much hype.

    I’m not a huge fan of Will Smith or DC, so I don’t have much interest in Suicide Squad in general, but specifically, I’m not fond of this take on the Joker.

    Ghostbusters might be good, but it depends on if it embraces the concept of the first one and does something interesting or new with it, or if it just churns out the first one again, except this time they’re women.

    I wish the Star Wars franchise could stand on its own without all the spin-offs and side stories. I also wasn’t overly wowed with Force Awakens (the new New Hope). At least this one isn’t helmed by JJ Abrams.

    After Man of Steel, I had little interest in a sequel. But, then they announced that practically every DC character ever would be in Batman v Superman and that they’ve crammed in enough conflict for a trilogy of movies, so now this movie seems like an obvious train wreck.

  2. John McBay

    Agree with some of the comments – Jesse Eisenberg’s portrayal of Lex Luthor is worrying and everyone has their own opinion on the DC v Marvel thing. Personally BvS wins hands down over Civil War with reasons being in the trailers shown so far have Iron Man and Cap bitch slapping each other which is nothing compared to Batman and Superman having a real go at each other and looks incredible. I think the Marvel movies are running out of steam – Age of Ultron and IronMan3 are approx 5 hours of my life I’m never getting back and Thor2 was such a disappointment compared to the first and going on that, Civil War has a lot to live up to.

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