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Apr 12, 2016 at 20:29

35 Upcoming Hollywood Movies To Watch Out For In 2016

by
Yash Kasotia

This is turning out to be quite a year for movies in Hollywood. On one hand, we had Deadpool, the savior of the world from bad comic book adaptations. And on the other hand, Batman Vs Superman did a great job for one-dimensional story lines.

However, fortunately for us, the rest of year is studded with prospective must-watch movies. And honestly, some of these movies have had us waiting for years now. So before the tone of this article turns into fanboying, let’s get to the point already!

Here are 25 Hollywood movies we can’t wait to watch in 2016:

1. Captain America: Civil War

Starting with the obvious one; it’s getting ridiculously difficult to wait for this movie. After a long wait, Captain America: Civil War finally brings Captain America face to face with his frenemy, Iron Man. With Spiderman also making a surprise cameo in the latest trailer, our expectations just escalated to the absolute roof of expectations.

Release Date: May 6, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Filmjunkee


2. Suicide Squad

Unless you live under a rock or work in Marvel, you’ll be massively excited about this absolute-carnage-of-all-good-things movie. The 3-minute trailer has fetched more anticipation than the entire run-time of Batman Vs Superman. Now unless you want to get yelled at by a bunch of nerds, better watch the trailer right now.

Release Date: August 5, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Comingsoon

3. Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them

JK Rowling continues to cast spells on muggles of the world by writing another book on the wizarding world we grew up (read: in) reading .The latest film addition to JK Rowling’s world of witchcraft and wizardry is Fantastic Beasts and Where To find Them and there’s no way we can keep our wands hidden anymore. (No pun intended!)

Release Date: November 18, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Telegraph

4. Finding Dory

13 years since Nemo was found, Pixar is back with the next underwater adventure in the lives of our favorite fish. The generation that watched the first edition as kids plans on embracing the child in them as they flock to theaters with their children to watch the next episode.

Release Date: June 17, 2016

Trailer link

Source: JustJaredJr

5. X Men: Apocalypse

Magneto and Charles Xavier confront the immortal Apocalypse in this latest X Men movie. This movie is important because this could very well be the last X Men movie Jennifer Lawrence stars in as she only had a 3 movie deal with the studio.

Release Date: May 27, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Youtube

6. Star Trek Beyond

The current reboot of the Star Trek saga has proven to be just as awesome and humorous as the originals were. While fans of the originals continue to stick with their choice, the trailer for Star Trek Beyond is one of the best movie trailers to have come out this year. We have all the reason to be excited for the movie now.

Release Date: July 22, 2016

Source: MoviePilot

7. Now You See Me: The Second Act

The all kinds of awesome first film in the series has raised the bar so up high, there’s very little we can do to hold our excitement for the second one. Magicians, The Four Horsemen and a very very clever twist in the end; all of this makes for a praiseworthy movie franchise. Let’s see how the second one holds up.

Release Date: June 10, 2016

Source: TheNerdStash

8. Inferno

Robert Langdon can’t seem to be good at avoiding danger. The next installment in Ron Howard’s Dan Brown adaptations, Inferno is important for a million reasons. The first of them being Tom Hanks sharing screen space with India’s gem, Irrfan Khan.

Release Date: October 14, 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

Source: Alchetron

9. Ghostbusters

There’s very little that can go wrong when Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy join hands with director Paul Feig. This new Ghostbusters reboot created such a trailer that the Internet and the real world collectively loved it.

Release Date: July 15, 2016

Source: Movieweb

10. Snowden

Former CIA employee, Edward Snowden first came into limelight when he declassified documents that exposed the CIA’s global surveillance programs. Snowden is now going to be the subject of the next Oliver Stone movie that features Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the lead role.

Release Date: September 16, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Popsugar

11. Doctor Strange

Benedict Cumberbatch as a Marvel superhero. Enough said.

Release Date: November 4, 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

Source: TheVerge

12. The BFG

Steven Spielberg is at a stage in his career when he can call his movie just about anything and we know it’s going to be epic. Short for Big Friendly Giant, The BFG, is Steven Spielberg’s next directorial outing and the trailer is everything you’d expect if you’ve read Roald Dahl’s children fantasy book by the same name.

Release Date: July 1, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Slashfilm


13. Bourne 5

The next chapter in the life of Jason Bourne’s life finds him emerge out of the shadows to save the world. The franchise has fans all over the world and that only adds fuel to an already anticipated sequel.

Release Date: July 29, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Gizmodo


14. The Nice Guys

This mystery/crime/action/buddy-cop movie stars two of the nicest guys in Hollywood: Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe. Shane Black, who brought us Iron Man 3 and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, is behind the wheel for The Nice Guys and the trailer is just everything that makes a viewer happy.

Release Date: May 20, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Youtube


15. The Girl on the Train

Often referred to as the unofficial sequel to Gone Girl written by Gillian FlynnThe Girl on The Train is based on a book by the same name by Paula Hawkins.

Release Date: October 07, 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

Source: Celebitchy


16. Nine Lives

Sometimes the world’s best actors do the most unimaginable things: Amitabh Bachchan became a 14-year-old boy, Leo DiCaprio fought a grizzly bear and Robert Downey Jr. played an African-American.

Kevin Spacey, however, takes things one step further by becoming a cat in Nine Lives. We had our doubts when we first heard about it. That was until we saw the trailer.

Release Date: August 5, 2016

Trailer link

Source: J-14

17. Elvis & Nixon

What happens when the world’s most famous rock ‘n’ roll icon becomes an ally for the President of The United States of America? History is convoluted and motion pictures are made and Elvis & Nixon is the latest addition to our favorite genre: fictionalized history. Watch the trailer and free your schedule when it comes out.

Release Date: April 22, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Themoviemylife

18. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

Ever cried yourself to sleep because you saw a trailer so good that it made you hate your life? A sequel to 2014’s Bad Neighbours, Neighbours 2 is everything that perfect summers are made of. Selena Gomez meets ChloĆ« Grace Moretz meets Seth Rogen meets Zack Efron.

It’s really, really okay to cry.

Release Date: May 20, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Hypebeast

19. Silence

Martin Scorsese meets Liam Neeson meets history. Can I get a hallelujah?

Release Date: November 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

Source: Screenrant

20. La La Land

The guy who brought us Whiplash back in 2014 is back with another musical-drama starring Ryan Gosling, Emma Watson and JK Simmons.

Yep, pretty much my tempo!

Release Date: December 2, 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

21. Story of Your Life

Release Date: 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

Representational image. Source: Youtube

22. The Magnificent Seven

Director Antoine Fuqua is remaking the classic Wester film The Magnificent Seven which was inspired by Akira Kurosawa’s The Seven Samurais. Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke and Vincent D’Onofrio have been confirmed as the cast members and that makes it one of the more anticipated movies of the year.

Release Date: September 23, 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

Source: Movies

23. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens won the masses over by transporting them to the universe shared by the original trilogy. Rogue One is a story about a group of rebels who steal the Death Star plans. The trailer has caused quite a stir among Star Wars fans, giving the movie a special place in our 2016 list.

Release Date: December 16, 2016

Trailer link

Source: comingsoon

24. The Neon Demon

Nicholas Winding Refn is taking us back to the surreal world of 2011’s Drive with his upcoming horror-thriller, The Neon Demon. With a cast comprising of Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks and Keanu Reeves, Neon Demon has made its mark with film buffs around the globe as being one of the most important films coming out this year.

Release Date: 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

Source:  recommandedmovies

25. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

Director Edward Zwick is back with the sequel to 2012’s Jack Reacher starring Tom Cruise. Propelled with action and a brooding vigilante, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back looks like a promising sequel and definitely a movie to watch out for.

Release Date: October 21, 2016

Trailer link

Source:  legionofleia

26. High-Rise

Tom Hiddleston plays a doctor who moves into a high-rise building, soon becoming aware of its class divide that will eventually lead to anarchy. The synopsis made us want to look up the trailer and the trailer made us want to free ourselves on May 13, 2016, when it comes hits the screens.

Release Date: May 13, 2016

Trailer link

Source: SBS

27. A Hologram For The King

Tom Hanks plays a businessman who travels to Saudi Arabia to close the deal of his lifetime. His business venture soon turns into a life-altering experience when he befriends a crazy taxi driver and a beautiful doctor whom he falls in love with.

This is Tom Hanks finding home away from home. Hmm, now what does that remind us of?

Release Date: April 22, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Vertigoweb

28. Warcraft

If you’re a gamer, you know how big this movie is. The grandeur of the world the film is based in oozes out of the trailer and the fans of World of Warcraft have been having their say about the film adaptation of their beloved game.

For us non-gamers, the trailer was enough to make us want to watch the film.

Release Date: June 10, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Wired

29. Passengers

Here’s everything you need to know about Passengers: A science fiction romance that stars Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence.

Excited much?

Release Date: December 21, 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

Source: Telegraph

30. David Brent: Life On The Road

Even if you haven’t seen The Office (you should right about now, btw), you shouldn’t miss the film-extension of the hit TV show. Simply because he struggles with keeping a thought-filter at work, like most of us.

Release Date: August 19, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Thesun

31. Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk

The last time Ang Lee made a movie, it had the world talking about it. Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk is another addition in the great director’s filmography. With cast as diverse as Vin Diesel, Kristen Stewart, Steve Martin, and Chris Tucker, this comedy-drama about a war is expected to turn as many heads as Life of Pi.

Release Date: November 11, 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

Source: Indierevolver

32. Cafe Society

With Cafe Society, Woody Allen attempts to transport us to 1930s Hollywood where a struggling artist falls in love. If you’ve seen any Woody Allen movie ever, it’s time to see another one.

Release Date: 11 May 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

Source: TheFilmStage

33. Angry Birds Movie

You and I have all spent important time of our lives playing the game. And there’s no way we won’t spend another couple of hours watching the movie about the darn birds that were responsible for the destruction of many phone screens.

Release Date:  20 May 2016

Trailer link

Source: Engadget

34. Assassin’s Creed

Another one for the gaming nerds, Assassin’s Creed is the gaming world’s version of Game of Thrones, in terms of scale and execution. If body counts and graphic imagery are your things, you should absolutely not miss this one.

Word of advice: try the game, it’s better than your life.

Release Date: December 21, 2016

The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

Source: Blog.Ubi

35. Ice Age: Collision Course

The Ice Age Franchise is testimony to the fact that our ancestors in the Ice Age faced the same life concerns that we in 2016 do, like “You look nothing like your profile picture”. Our intellectual friends: Manny, Sid and Diego try to explore earth’s existence by once again putting their own existence on the line.

Release Date: July 22, 2016

Trailer link

Source: Foxmovies

Praise the lord for making 2016 so awesome!

Source: Pinterest

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    Apr 12, 2016 at 20:29

    35 Upcoming Hollywood Movies To Watch Out For In 2016

    by
    Yash Kasotia

    This is turning out to be quite a year for movies in Hollywood. On one hand, we had Deadpool, the savior of the world from bad comic book adaptations. And on the other hand, Batman Vs Superman did a great job for one-dimensional story lines.

    However, fortunately for us, the rest of year is studded with prospective must-watch movies. And honestly, some of these movies have had us waiting for years now. So before the tone of this article turns into fanboying, let’s get to the point already!

    Here are 25 Hollywood movies we can’t wait to watch in 2016:

    1. Captain America: Civil War

    Starting with the obvious one; it’s getting ridiculously difficult to wait for this movie. After a long wait, Captain America: Civil War finally brings Captain America face to face with his frenemy, Iron Man. With Spiderman also making a surprise cameo in the latest trailer, our expectations just escalated to the absolute roof of expectations.

    Release Date: May 6, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Filmjunkee


    2. Suicide Squad

    Unless you live under a rock or work in Marvel, you’ll be massively excited about this absolute-carnage-of-all-good-things movie. The 3-minute trailer has fetched more anticipation than the entire run-time of Batman Vs Superman. Now unless you want to get yelled at by a bunch of nerds, better watch the trailer right now.

    Release Date: August 5, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Comingsoon

    3. Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them

    JK Rowling continues to cast spells on muggles of the world by writing another book on the wizarding world we grew up (read: in) reading .The latest film addition to JK Rowling’s world of witchcraft and wizardry is Fantastic Beasts and Where To find Them and there’s no way we can keep our wands hidden anymore. (No pun intended!)

    Release Date: November 18, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Telegraph

    4. Finding Dory

    13 years since Nemo was found, Pixar is back with the next underwater adventure in the lives of our favorite fish. The generation that watched the first edition as kids plans on embracing the child in them as they flock to theaters with their children to watch the next episode.

    Release Date: June 17, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: JustJaredJr

    5. X Men: Apocalypse

    Magneto and Charles Xavier confront the immortal Apocalypse in this latest X Men movie. This movie is important because this could very well be the last X Men movie Jennifer Lawrence stars in as she only had a 3 movie deal with the studio.

    Release Date: May 27, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Youtube

    6. Star Trek Beyond

    The current reboot of the Star Trek saga has proven to be just as awesome and humorous as the originals were. While fans of the originals continue to stick with their choice, the trailer for Star Trek Beyond is one of the best movie trailers to have come out this year. We have all the reason to be excited for the movie now.

    Release Date: July 22, 2016

    Source: MoviePilot

    7. Now You See Me: The Second Act

    The all kinds of awesome first film in the series has raised the bar so up high, there’s very little we can do to hold our excitement for the second one. Magicians, The Four Horsemen and a very very clever twist in the end; all of this makes for a praiseworthy movie franchise. Let’s see how the second one holds up.

    Release Date: June 10, 2016

    Source: TheNerdStash

    8. Inferno

    Robert Langdon can’t seem to be good at avoiding danger. The next installment in Ron Howard’s Dan Brown adaptations, Inferno is important for a million reasons. The first of them being Tom Hanks sharing screen space with India’s gem, Irrfan Khan.

    Release Date: October 14, 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    Source: Alchetron

    9. Ghostbusters

    There’s very little that can go wrong when Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy join hands with director Paul Feig. This new Ghostbusters reboot created such a trailer that the Internet and the real world collectively loved it.

    Release Date: July 15, 2016

    Source: Movieweb

    10. Snowden

    Former CIA employee, Edward Snowden first came into limelight when he declassified documents that exposed the CIA’s global surveillance programs. Snowden is now going to be the subject of the next Oliver Stone movie that features Joseph Gordon-Levitt in the lead role.

    Release Date: September 16, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Popsugar

    11. Doctor Strange

    Benedict Cumberbatch as a Marvel superhero. Enough said.

    Release Date: November 4, 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    Source: TheVerge

    12. The BFG

    Steven Spielberg is at a stage in his career when he can call his movie just about anything and we know it’s going to be epic. Short for Big Friendly Giant, The BFG, is Steven Spielberg’s next directorial outing and the trailer is everything you’d expect if you’ve read Roald Dahl’s children fantasy book by the same name.

    Release Date: July 1, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Slashfilm


    13. Bourne 5

    The next chapter in the life of Jason Bourne’s life finds him emerge out of the shadows to save the world. The franchise has fans all over the world and that only adds fuel to an already anticipated sequel.

    Release Date: July 29, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Gizmodo


    14. The Nice Guys

    This mystery/crime/action/buddy-cop movie stars two of the nicest guys in Hollywood: Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe. Shane Black, who brought us Iron Man 3 and Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, is behind the wheel for The Nice Guys and the trailer is just everything that makes a viewer happy.

    Release Date: May 20, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Youtube


    15. The Girl on the Train

    Often referred to as the unofficial sequel to Gone Girl written by Gillian FlynnThe Girl on The Train is based on a book by the same name by Paula Hawkins.

    Release Date: October 07, 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    Source: Celebitchy


    16. Nine Lives

    Sometimes the world’s best actors do the most unimaginable things: Amitabh Bachchan became a 14-year-old boy, Leo DiCaprio fought a grizzly bear and Robert Downey Jr. played an African-American.

    Kevin Spacey, however, takes things one step further by becoming a cat in Nine Lives. We had our doubts when we first heard about it. That was until we saw the trailer.

    Release Date: August 5, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: J-14

    17. Elvis & Nixon

    What happens when the world’s most famous rock ‘n’ roll icon becomes an ally for the President of The United States of America? History is convoluted and motion pictures are made and Elvis & Nixon is the latest addition to our favorite genre: fictionalized history. Watch the trailer and free your schedule when it comes out.

    Release Date: April 22, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Themoviemylife

    18. Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising

    Ever cried yourself to sleep because you saw a trailer so good that it made you hate your life? A sequel to 2014’s Bad Neighbours, Neighbours 2 is everything that perfect summers are made of. Selena Gomez meets ChloĆ« Grace Moretz meets Seth Rogen meets Zack Efron.

    It’s really, really okay to cry.

    Release Date: May 20, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Hypebeast

    19. Silence

    Martin Scorsese meets Liam Neeson meets history. Can I get a hallelujah?

    Release Date: November 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    Source: Screenrant

    20. La La Land

    The guy who brought us Whiplash back in 2014 is back with another musical-drama starring Ryan Gosling, Emma Watson and JK Simmons.

    Yep, pretty much my tempo!

    Release Date: December 2, 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    21. Story of Your Life

    Release Date: 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    Representational image. Source: Youtube

    22. The Magnificent Seven

    Director Antoine Fuqua is remaking the classic Wester film The Magnificent Seven which was inspired by Akira Kurosawa’s The Seven Samurais. Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke and Vincent D’Onofrio have been confirmed as the cast members and that makes it one of the more anticipated movies of the year.

    Release Date: September 23, 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    Source: Movies

    23. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens won the masses over by transporting them to the universe shared by the original trilogy. Rogue One is a story about a group of rebels who steal the Death Star plans. The trailer has caused quite a stir among Star Wars fans, giving the movie a special place in our 2016 list.

    Release Date: December 16, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: comingsoon

    24. The Neon Demon

    Nicholas Winding Refn is taking us back to the surreal world of 2011’s Drive with his upcoming horror-thriller, The Neon Demon. With a cast comprising of Elle Fanning, Christina Hendricks and Keanu Reeves, Neon Demon has made its mark with film buffs around the globe as being one of the most important films coming out this year.

    Release Date: 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    Source:  recommandedmovies

    25. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back

    Director Edward Zwick is back with the sequel to 2012’s Jack Reacher starring Tom Cruise. Propelled with action and a brooding vigilante, Jack Reacher: Never Go Back looks like a promising sequel and definitely a movie to watch out for.

    Release Date: October 21, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source:  legionofleia

    26. High-Rise

    Tom Hiddleston plays a doctor who moves into a high-rise building, soon becoming aware of its class divide that will eventually lead to anarchy. The synopsis made us want to look up the trailer and the trailer made us want to free ourselves on May 13, 2016, when it comes hits the screens.

    Release Date: May 13, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: SBS

    27. A Hologram For The King

    Tom Hanks plays a businessman who travels to Saudi Arabia to close the deal of his lifetime. His business venture soon turns into a life-altering experience when he befriends a crazy taxi driver and a beautiful doctor whom he falls in love with.

    This is Tom Hanks finding home away from home. Hmm, now what does that remind us of?

    Release Date: April 22, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Vertigoweb

    28. Warcraft

    If you’re a gamer, you know how big this movie is. The grandeur of the world the film is based in oozes out of the trailer and the fans of World of Warcraft have been having their say about the film adaptation of their beloved game.

    For us non-gamers, the trailer was enough to make us want to watch the film.

    Release Date: June 10, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Wired

    29. Passengers

    Here’s everything you need to know about Passengers: A science fiction romance that stars Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence.

    Excited much?

    Release Date: December 21, 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    Source: Telegraph

    30. David Brent: Life On The Road

    Even if you haven’t seen The Office (you should right about now, btw), you shouldn’t miss the film-extension of the hit TV show. Simply because he struggles with keeping a thought-filter at work, like most of us.

    Release Date: August 19, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Thesun

    31. Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk

    The last time Ang Lee made a movie, it had the world talking about it. Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk is another addition in the great director’s filmography. With cast as diverse as Vin Diesel, Kristen Stewart, Steve Martin, and Chris Tucker, this comedy-drama about a war is expected to turn as many heads as Life of Pi.

    Release Date: November 11, 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    Source: Indierevolver

    32. Cafe Society

    With Cafe Society, Woody Allen attempts to transport us to 1930s Hollywood where a struggling artist falls in love. If you’ve seen any Woody Allen movie ever, it’s time to see another one.

    Release Date: 11 May 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    Source: TheFilmStage

    33. Angry Birds Movie

    You and I have all spent important time of our lives playing the game. And there’s no way we won’t spend another couple of hours watching the movie about the darn birds that were responsible for the destruction of many phone screens.

    Release Date:  20 May 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Engadget

    34. Assassin’s Creed

    Another one for the gaming nerds, Assassin’s Creed is the gaming world’s version of Game of Thrones, in terms of scale and execution. If body counts and graphic imagery are your things, you should absolutely not miss this one.

    Word of advice: try the game, it’s better than your life.

    Release Date: December 21, 2016

    The trailer has not officially been launched yet.

    Source: Blog.Ubi

    35. Ice Age: Collision Course

    The Ice Age Franchise is testimony to the fact that our ancestors in the Ice Age faced the same life concerns that we in 2016 do, like “You look nothing like your profile picture”. Our intellectual friends: Manny, Sid and Diego try to explore earth’s existence by once again putting their own existence on the line.

    Release Date: July 22, 2016

    Trailer link

    Source: Foxmovies

    Praise the lord for making 2016 so awesome!

    Source: Pinterest

    TAGS:
    movies ,
    hollywood ,
    upcomingmovies ,
    captainamerica ,
    suicidesquad ,
    xmen ,

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