WATCH: 12 Movies Not to Miss This 2016

2016 is definitely a great year for movie buffs worldwide. With tons of exciting films coming our way over the next few months, we’ve decided to make a run-down of the best movies to watch every single month this year.

12 Movies Not to Miss This 2016

Here are 12 movies not to miss this year:

1. Kung Fu Panda 3: January 29

In the upcoming American-Chinese 3D film, Po reunites with his long-lost biological father and travels to a secret panda sanctuary where struggled to fit in. He meets hilarious new panda characters including Mei Mei, an overly eager panda, who had been arranged to marry Po when they were children. After a supernatural villain Kai defeated all the Kung fu masters in China, Po was left without a choice but to train a village of clumsy pandas to become a band of Kung fu pandas.

2. Deadpool: February 12

Wade Wilson, a former Special forces operative, adopted the alter ego Deadpool after undergoing a rogue experiment that left him with accelerated healing powers. Based on Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, the film focuses on Deadpool’s search for the man who almost destroyed his life.

3. Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice: March 25

Definitely one of the most anticipated films of the year, this movie features two of the biggest comic superheroes of all time. Superman and Batman sharing the big screen for the first time is enough reason to drive movie fans wild.

4. The Jungle Book: April 15

Produced by Walt Disney Pictures and directed by Jon Favreau, The Jungle Book is a CGI-live action remake of the 1967 movie with the same title. The film features the voices of Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, Lupita Nyong’o, Ben Kingsley, and Christopher Walken.

5. Captain America: Civil War: May 6

The newly formed team of Avengers are left divided into two camps after an incident involving the avengers results in collateral damage. One camp is led by Steve Rogers who aims to defend humanity with government interference, while the other is headed by Tony Starks who supports the government’s oversight and accountability.

6. Finding Dory: June 17

Your favorite friendly but forgetful fish is finally back with her very own movie you’ll certainly never forget. The movie will introduce a host of new characters including the most important ones in Dory’s life.

7. Star Trek Beyond: July 22

Starring Chris Pine, Idris Elba, Simon Pegg, Zoe Saldana, Zach Quinto, John Cho, Karl Urban and Anton Yelchin, the third instalment of the rebooted Star Trek film franchise will feature Spock and company stranded without a ship or crew.

8. Suicide Squad: August 5

The highly-anticipated star-studded film tells a story about a gang of antiheroes who evaded jail to perform covert operations for the government.

9. Bridget Jones’s Baby: September 16

You think you’ve had enough of the beloved British publishing executive. Bridget Jones takes on a new adventure as she enter her 40’s. An official trailer of the film is yet to be released.

10. The Girl on the Train: October 7

An adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ best seller thriller, the film starring Emily Blunt,Rebecca Ferguson and Justin Theroux, is expected to attract an audience similar to that of 2014’s Gone Girl. A movie trailer has not been released.

11. Moana: November 23

Disney’s newest princess Moana is from the Pacific Islands. The filmmakers had to audition hundreds of young women throughout the Pacific Islands. Auli’i Cravalho, a 14-year-old Native Hawaiian was chosen as the voice behind the teenage Polynesian princess in search of a fabled island.

12. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story: December 16

Set between episodes III and IV of the film series, this film is a Star Wars spinoff that tells a story of a band of resistance fighters who came together in order to steal the Death Star plans. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story will be starring Forest Whitaker, Felicity Jones, Riz Ahmed, Diego Luna, Jiang Wen and Donnie Yen. Its trailer has not been released.


Previous Post Next Post