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15 Most Anticipated Movies of 2016 (and Why in 5 Words)

New Years brings with it many “most anticipated movies of the New Year” lists, so in the interest of saving you time, we decided to keep our reason each movie was included down to five words. Blaze through it after the break and let us know what you think in the comments.

Hail, Caesar!

February 5

Hail, Caesar!

Coen Brothers at it again.

Deadpool 

February 12

first official deadpool image

R-rated Marvel? Bring it on.

Zoolander 2

February 12

ZOOLANDER 2

A sequel, but ridiculously good-looking.

Race

February 19

RACE

Jesse Owens biopic will inspire.

Midnight Special

March 18

MIDNIGHT SPECIAL

Mud director tries out sci-fi.

Batman v. Superman – Dawn of Justice

March 25

Batman-Superman-movie-logo

DC (finally) getting everyone together.

The Boss

April 8

THE BOSS

Melissa McCarthy leads, guaranteed laughs.

Captain America: Civil War

May 6

Captain America: Civil War teams

Good Avengers are bad Avengers?!?

Finding Dory

June 17

FINDING DORY

More Dory can’t be bad.

The BFG

July 1

THE BFG

Spielberg directs Dahl childhood classic.

Suicide Squad

August 5

david ayer's suicide squad

New DC baddies to love.

Sully

September 9

Clint Eastwood and Tom Hanks on set of SULLY

Eastwood directs Hanks as Sullenberger.

Dr. Strange

November 4
 dr-strange-benedict-cumberbatch

Cumberbatch joins the Marvel Universe.

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

November 18

Eddie Redmayne in FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM

Harry Potter nostalgia is overpowering.

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

December 16

STAR WARS: ROGUE ONE cast

Standalone Star Wars, take one.

Any additions to our list? Add ’em below with a comment.

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3 thoughts on “15 Most Anticipated Movies of 2016 (and Why in 5 Words) Leave a comment

  1. This list is missing quite a few: X-Men Apocalypse, GhostBusters, Star Trek Beyond, The Bourne Betrayal, Gambit, Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Jumanji, and Assasin’s Creed.

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