We still have plenty of excessive movies to expect, with nail-biting anticipation. I know I will spend various evenings at Casino games city to kill time until various of them arrive.
So, without further ado, here is my top 5 list of the greatest anticipated superhero movies coming in 2016.
1. Captain America: Civil War (May 6th)
Robert Downey Jr. told the press that he doesn’t expect to do additional Iron Man movie. But we’ll see plenty of him in the upcoming Marvel large screen flicks.
And, by all means, it will be exciting to see where the whole Captain America / Iron Man clash will lead. Comic book enthusiasts might previously know the answer – but please don’t tell me. I need to be surprised by the movie.
2. X-Men: Apocalypse (May 22nd)
The best famous mutants of the universe return to the large screen, this time taking on Apocalypse, an ancient and really powerful being. Michael Fassbender reprises his part as Magneto, and James McAvoy shaves his head to become Professor X.
We’ll have the chance to reconvene with types like Jean Grey, Hank McCoy, Storm, Mystique and Nightcrawler – but this time in younger versions. Watching forward to it!
3. The Legend of Tarzan (July 1st)
While he is not accurately a superhero – neither is Batman, by the method – Edgar Rice Burroughs’ memorable King of the Jungle returns to the big screen this year.
I’ve met quite a rare Tarzans in my life – from Johnny Weismüller to Casper van Dien – and I’m actually looking forward to Alexander Skarsgård’s take on the role. He did excessive in True Blood, so…
4. Suicide Squad (August 4th)
The second DC Comics movie of the year, Suicide Squad will see The Joker return to the large screen, and also the start of his romance by Harley Quinn – it will be the wildest relationship of the year, for definite!
The Suicide Squad was mentioned a few times in CW’s Arrow, but it will finally make its big screen debut this year. I hope the trailer’s background music makes it in the full movie – the Bohemian Rhapsody is awesome accompanied by explosions and gunfire!
5. Doctor Strange (November 9th)
Dr. Stephen Strange, an incredibly brilliant neurosurgeon, loses the use of his hands after a car accident, and turns to magic in its place, becoming a master of magic, drawing his power from ancient entities.
The Sorcerer Supreme will be construed by Benedict Cumberbatch, better known as BBC’s Sherlock. Apparently, this movie is the motive why we won’t have a Sherlock season this year – so it’d better values the wait!