Suicide Squad This movie has been doing the rounds since its trailer was first introduced in July last year. It has the really talented
Jared Leto playing the part of the psychotic supervillain, the Joker. It has also got
Will Smith as Deadshot,
Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn,
Viola Davis as Amanda Waller among many others. Directed by
David Ayer, Suicide Squad seems to have a very dark premise where a group of supervisions are gathered to execute some dangerous tasks in exchange for clemency. However, the exact plot of the movie has not been revealed as yet. This is unlike other DC Universe movies where the focus in on the bad guys rather than the superheroes.
2. Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice
Yet another movie from the DC Cinematic Universe has brought together the two most loved superheroes, Batman and Superman.
Ben Affleck plays Batman and
Henry Cavill plays Superman. Also starring
Gal Gadot as
Wonder Woman and
Amy Adams as Lois Lane. What looks like an epic clash between two of the most iconic superheroes in the comic book world, this movie will definitely enthrall all the fans. Directed by
Zack Snyder, Dawn of Justice is expected to be a blockbuster.
3. Rogue One: A
Star Wars story
After the immense popularity of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, fans can rejoice over another film coming out this year end as well. Rogue One is directed by
Gareth Edwards and has
Felicity Jones in the lead. This will be the first movie in the Star Wars Anthology Series. Very little has been revealed about the plot as of now. The makers have hinted that it revolves around a rogue band of fighters who unite for a daring mission to steal the Death Star plans and bring new hope to the galaxy.
4. Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
From J.K. Rowling’s wizarding world here comes another spectacular movie about Newt Scamander who we all remember appeared on the Marauder’s map. This film directed by
David Yates, the director of the last four Harry Potter movies has
Eddie Redmayne playing the role of Newt. The movie is about the adventures of Scamander in
New York, seventy years before Harry started schooling at Hogwarts. What seems like a spin-off of the Harry Potter film series has got its fans excited for months now. Catch it in the theaters on 11 November 2016.
5. Captain America: Civil War
The number of superhero movies lined up for this year seems to be endless. Here’s the sequel to the hugely successful Captain America: The Winter Soldier. A breach is seemed to have arisen between the two former allies, Steve Rogers and Tony Stark over the political interference in the Avengers’ activities. Directed by
Anthony Russo and
Joe Russo, the movie has
Robert Downey Jr. and
Elizabeth Olsen among the main cast. Some interesting dialogues in the trailer have increased the excitement surrounding the movie. So, who’s side are you on?
6. X-men: Apocalyse
Fans are eagerly waiting for this movie ever since the after credits scene of Days of Future Past. Apocalypse, played by Oscar Issac is the most powerful and invincible mutant according to Marvel’s X-Men universe. In this movie, the X-Men unite to save the world from destruction and stop their greatest nemesis. As in the previous few movies in the series,
Jennifer Lawrence plays Mystique,
Michael Fassbender as Magneto,
James McAvoy as Charles Xavier among many others. Releasing on the 18 May, this movie has got a lot to look forward to.
Beyond Coming in nearly two and a half years after its prequel, Star Trek Beyond will be directed by
Justin Lin and has got
Chris Pine playing Kirk and
Zachary Quinto playing Spock. The plot of the film is unknown at this time. So all you Star Trek fans get ready for some Kirk-Spock adventure coming your way.
The Jungle Book
A childhood classic comes to the big screen in a never seen before avatar. This 3D live animation film is directed by
Jon Favreau starring
Neel Sethi as Mowgli with the voices of
Bill Murray for Baloo,
Ben Kingsley for Bagheera,
Idris Elba for Share Khan, Lupita Nyong’o for Raksha and so on. Get ready for an adventure with an orphan boy, a bear, a pack of wolves and a black panther.
Doctor Strange is yet another superhero from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Starring Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange, the movie is directed by
Scott Derrickson. Doctor Strange is a brilliant but a smug and conceited surgeon who gets trained by a sorcerer to defend the world against evil.
10. Hail, Caesar!
The only comedy/musical in the list so far is this movie directed by
Ethan Coen and
Joel Coen. Hail, Caesar! Is about Eddie Mannix, a Hollywood fixer in the 1950s who goes about solving problems for big stars in the industry. But when star Baird Whitlock suddenly disappears, Mannix has got a lot to fix. The tagline, Lights, Camera, Abduction pretty much summarises this plot.