The 34 Most Expected Cinemas Of 2016

Christmas is over, and we all require something new to get excited about . Luckily, there are a hell of a lot of great films coming out this year. We’ve constricted it down to our3 5 most foreseen, which you can see if you agree with here 😛 TAGEND The Revenant( 15 th Jan )

Will this be the film that Leo ultimately gets his Oscar for ?! Reviews have been good, and the movie has already attracted its fair share of public attention, as producers had to deny reports that there’s a scene in which Leo’s character get raped by a bear…


Creed( 15 th Jan )

Rocky Balboa is back, developing the son of his competitor( played by rising star Michael B Jordan) in this highly-anticipated film.


Room( 15 th Jan )

Tipped to be Oscar worthy, Room is an adaptation of Emma Donaghue’s novel of the same name. It ensure a woman( Brie Larson) and her son try and escape from the room they’re jailed in…


The 5th Wave( 22 nd Jan )

Chloe Grace Moretz has to save her younger brother, but aliens trying to destroy human beings and take the Earth for themselves are determined to stop her..


Deadpool( 10 th Feb )

Newest superhero Deadpool is the result of a rogue experimentation on a special Forces-out operative turned mercenary. He’s an anti-hero, but Marvel fans are already pretty big fans…


Pride and Prejudice and Zombies( 11 th Feb )

The Jane Austen classic gets an update in this zom-rom-com. Starring Lily James, Lena Headey and Douglas Booth, it’s set to be a big hit.


Zoolander 2( 12 th Feb )

The sequel to cult favouriteZoolander has already triggered controversy, with people complaining that Benedict Cumberbatch’s character is transphobic. It will still likely be a huge, huge hit…


The Home for Peculiar Children( 18 th Feb )

Tim Burton has a new movie out in 2016, and although he’s keeping pretty quiet about it, we know it’s a novel adaptation, that it’ll star Samuel L Jackson and Eva Green, and that it’ll see a teenager discover the ruinings of local schools for’ peculiar children’…


Grimsby( 24 th Feb )

Sacha Baron Cohen’s characters are always controversial, and this latest- a Northern lout who reunites with his super snoop friend- will no doubt be no different. Looks funny though…


Hail, Caesar( 26 th Feb )

The Coen Brothers latest cinema isn’t about Roman periods, but about a group of performers making a film about Roman times … It’sa film about making a film … But with George Clooney, Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum starring, it should be great.


The Witch( 11 th March )

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With one of the scariest trailers we’ve ever seen, The Witch is not going to be one to watch alone. But, hailed as one of the best horror cinemas in years, it’s not one to miss either.

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice( 25 th March )

Will Ben Affleck be a good Batman? Marvel fans can’t wait to find out. In any case, Batman v Superman is set to be one of the biggest superhero films in years. We’re pretty excited, to say the least…


Zootropolis( 25 th March )

Disney’s Zootropolissees a fugitive fox team up with a police officer rabbit to solve a conspiracy. Oh, and it has the voice of Idris Elba. What more could you want.


My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2( 25 th March )

Fan favourite My Big Fat Greek Wedding is another film resurfacing with a sequel this year. In this one, it turns out Toula and Gus’s marriage certification isn’t legal, so they need to have another wedding.


The Jungle Book( 15 th April )

Jon Favreau directs this live action version of children’s classic The Jungle Book. Bill Murray voices Baloo, which is probably the most genius bit of casting there’s ever been….


Bridget Jones’ Baby( 22 nd April )

Don’t expect to see any spoilers concerning the latest Bridget Jones film: the casting have filmed three separate terminates, and even they don’t know how it’s going to end…


Captain America: Civil War( 29 th April )

Another film about superheroes fighting each other, this Marvel film assures previous allies Captain American and Iron Man fall out, and- yes- a’ civil war’ ensues.


Bad Neighbours 2( 6th May )

Zac Efron is back to vex the neighbours in this slapstick sequel. And, Chloe Grace Moretz joins the casting as a Sorority Queen, which should mix things up a bit…


X-Men Apocalypse( 19 th May )

It’s the end of the world, but the X-Men are likely going to stop it. In this latest movie, they unite to defeat a mutant looking to wipe out the human race. So no pressure then…


Alice through the Looking Glass( 27 th May )

Alice needs to save the Mad Hatter in this sequel. Johnny Depp, Mia Wasikowska and Anne Hathaway all star.


Me Before You( 3rd June )

Game of Thrones’ Emilia Clarke and Hunger Games’ Sam Claflin star in this rom-com about a paraplegic man and his carer. The book the cinema is based on was a big success, and the star-studded cast should build the film an equal hit.


Now You Ensure Me 2( 10 th June )

Daniel Radcliffe is a wizard once again. Or, more accurately, he’s a magician this time, but we’re aroused to insure him construct some magic nonetheless…


Independence Day: Resurgence( 24 th June )

Twenty years after Independence Day was released, it’ resurges’( see what I did there ..). Will Smith’s character is dead, but Liam Hemsworth has joined the casting. So swings and roundabouts…


The Secret Life of Pets( 24 th June )

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Set to be the funniest kid’s cinema of the year, The Secret Life of Pets takes a look at what our furry little friends get up to when we’re not appearing. It’s basically Toy Story, yes, but the trailer is hilarious.

The Legend of Tarzan (8 th July )

Everyone got all hot and bothered when the trailer for Tarzan was released( because Alexander Skarsgard takes his top off) but even without the nudity, this movie is tipped to be pretty good…


Ghostbusters( 15 th July )

Director of Bridesmaids Paul Feig has made a slapstick, all female remaking of Ghostbusters. Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig are both in it, and we could not be more excited.


Finding Dory( 29 th July )

Probably one of Pixar’s most successful( and loved) films is get a sequel. This time, the focus is on the forgetful Dory instead of Nemo, as they try and discover more about her past.


The BFG( 22 nd July )

Disney’s loving the live action remakes at the moment, and this one of The BFG will hopefully be magical. Mark Rylance plays the eponymous friendly giant, with Bill Hader and Jemaine Clement as two of his evil counterparts…


Suicide Squad( 5th August )

For a long time, all anyone could talk about was Jared Leto’s Joker in Suicide Squad, and the anticipation for this film is still high. It sees supervillains recruited by the government, and offered the chance to perform black ops missions in return for clemency.


Doctor Strange( 28 th October )


Benedict Cumberbatch will bea surgeon who gets his career destroyed, and then gets a new rental on life when a sorcerer teaches him how to fight evil. Another one for the Marvel fans…

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them( 18 th November )


It’s been five years since the last Harry Potter film was released, and so fans are super excited about this- a prequel of sorts which considers Eddie Redmayne lose a lot of magical beings in New York.

Moana( 2nd December )

Disney’s latest princess isn’t the simpering kind- Moana is a sea voyaging fanatic who goes off on an epic journey.


Rogue One: A Star Wars Story( 16 th December )

Probably the most foresaw cinema of 2016, Disney’s second Star Wars film is a spin-off that insures rebels try and steal the plans for the Death Star. It will star Felicity Jones and Mads Mikkelsen, and won’t be released until December…


Passengers( 23 rdDecember )

Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt team up for this sci-fi romance, in which they play passengers on board a spacecraft to a remote colony. Pratt is accidentally woken up sixty years early, and instead of growing old and succumbing alone, decided to wake up Lawrence to maintained him company…


Any foresaw films that you want to add to our list? Let us know in the comments .

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