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Posted by on Dec 28, 2015 in Entertainment | 2 comments

30 Movies to look forward to in 2016

There’s plenty to get excited about in 2016. Particularly, the number of Marvel and Disney movies that are coming out! So many movies, so little time; which ones will you be seeing?
Don’t forget to score a discount at Fandango.

norm-of-the-north 1. Norm of the North | PG
January 15th
Official word is, displaced from their Arctic home, a polar bear named Norm and his three lemming friends wind up in New York City, where Norm becomes the mascot of a corporation he soon learns is tied to the fate of his homeland.
kung-fu-panda 2. Kung Fu Panda 3 | PG
January 29th
Po finally meets his father in the third Kung Fu Panda movie. Naturally he must also save the world… again.
 zoolander 3. Zoolander 2 | Not Yet Rated
February 11th
We’ve waited 15 years for more blue steel!
Not only is Ben Stiller starring in it, but he’s also directing.
 deadpool 4. Deadpool | R
February 12th
Based on the comic of the same name, this is NOT one you’ll want to bring your kids to.
Bring the wife though, it stars Ryan Reynolds.
 zootopia 5. Zootopia | G
March 4th
Disney brings the animal city of Zootopia to life in the animated film. Starring a Ginnifer Goodwin as Officer Hopps and Jason Bateman as small time Con-Fox named Nick Wilde.
 allegiant 6. The Divergent Series: Allegiant | Not Yet Rated
March 18th
In part 1 of the conclusion to the Divergent Series, Tris and Four find themselves outside the wall. It will be interesting to see how they split this into two parts.
 the-little-prince 7. The Little Prince | Not Yet Rated
March 18th
Marion Cotillard, Rachel McAdams, Paul Rudd, Jeff Bridges and many more, bring this classic to life. Sure to enchant everyone just as the children’s book has.
Plus music by Hans Zimmer!
 batman-vs-superman 8. Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice | PG-13
March 25th
We see worlds collide when Ben Affleck’s Batman seeks out Henry Cavill’s Superman. Cameos include Doomsday and Wonder Women!
 the-jungle-book 9. The Jungle Book | Not Yet Rated
April 15th
Disney’s classic gets a live-action do-over! Talk about the Bear Necessities!
Who else is excited to hear Bill Murray as Baloo?
 the-huntsman 10. The Huntsman Winter’s War | Not Yet Rated
April 22nd
Emily Blunt looks amazing as the Ice Queen in the sequel to the 2012 movie.
“If it’s a fairytale your hoping for… prepare yourself for so much more.”
 civil-war 11. Captain America: Civil War | Not Yet Rated
May 6th
There is some serious tension between Iron Man and Captain America. We’re still hoping for some romance between the Hulkster and Black Widow, no word on if he’s in the movie though.
 xmen 12. X-Men: Apocalypse | Not Yet Rated
May 27th
See the beginnings of Jean Grey, Scott Summers, and Storm as Magneto, Raven and Professor Xavier take on the first mutant, Apocalypse.
alive-thru-the-looking-glass 13. Alice through the Looking Glass | Not Yet Rated
May 27th
Tim Burton returns in the live action sequel to the 2010 Disney movie.
In Through the Looking Glass, Alice must work quickly to save the Mad Hatter.
 tmnt 14. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows | Not Yet Rated
June 3rd
Megan Fox is back as April O’Neil as the Turtles take on a new threat.
Expect to see Casey Jones!
 warcraft 15. Warcraft | Not Yet Rated
June 10th
Lovers of the gaming series have patiently been waiting for this movie for years! Will it live up to their expectations?
 dory 16. Finding Dory | G
June 17th
Dory’s back in Disney’s sequel to Finding Nemo. She’s forgetfuly reuniting with her family.
 independence-day 17. Independence Day: Resurgence | Not Yet Rated
June 24th
Taking place two decades after the first invasion, a new threat has emerged.
Expect to see Jeff Goldblum and a few other cameos!
 tarzan 18. The Legend of Tarzan | Not Yet Rated
July 1st
This one will be much darker than the Brendan Frasier version. Tarzan’s been living in England when he is called back to the jungle. Starring Alexandar Skarsgard as Tarzan.
 angry-birds 19. The Angry Birds Movie | Not Yet Rated
July 1st
Why so angry? Is all we’ve got…
 bfg 20. The BFG | Not Yet Rated
July 1st
Disney brings to life a 1982 Roald Dahl classic in “The BFG.”(Short for Big Friendly Giant)
Directed by Steven Spielberg too!
 secret-life-pets 21. The Secret Life of Pets | G
July 8th
Max the main pooch, has his world flipped on its head, when his owners return home with another dog.
 ghostbusters 22. Ghostbusters | Not Yet Rated
July 15th
A heavy female cast. Not much is known about this one. Expect to see favorites such as Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Sigourney Weaver, Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd.
 star-trek 23. Star Trek Beyond | Not Yet Rated
July 22nd
The crew is back and stranded. “This is where the frontier pushes back.”
 ice-age 24. Ice Age: Collision Course | Not Yet Rated
July 22nd
Scrat still attempting to cat his beloved acorn , leaves Earth and sets off a series of cosmic events that transform and threat the planet.
 suicide-squad 25. Suicide Squad | PG-13
August 5th
It’s DC not Marvel, this is a comic book movie with some punch.
Villains are recruited by the government to capture the bad guys.
 pete 26. Pete’s Dragon | Not Yet Rated
August 12th
A remake of Disney’s 1977 Fan Favorite! Story focuses on an orphan seeking refuge from abusive adoptive parents with the help of a pet dragon!
 dr-strange 27. Marvels’ Doctor Strange | PG-13
November 4th
Marvels narcissistic surgeon turned sorcerer must defend the world against evil.
Starring Benedict Cumberbatch.
 fantastic-beasts 28. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them | Not Yet Rated
November 18th
The adventures of Newt Scamander in New York’s secret community of witches and wizards seventy years before HARRY POTTER read his books in school.
 moana 29. Moana | Not Yet Rated
November 23rd
Disney’s Moana follows the adventures of a young Hawaiian girl as she joins forces with her hero, the legendary demi-god Maui.
 rogue-one 30. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story | Not Yet Rated
December 16th
The Official word is that Rogue One takes place before the events of Star Wars: A New Hope and will be a departure from the saga films but have elements that are familiar to the Star Wars universe. It’s definitely something worth seeing if you enjoyed The Force Awakens.


  1. I am a movie lover as is my grandaughter. She is addicted!

  2. I’ve loved to watch movies ever since I worked in a movie theater (usher & cashier)— as a teenager.

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