Now we are almost coming to the end of the first half of 2016 and are you aware of any movies that will be released this year?
Well, read on:
Captain America: Civil War
Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War’ finds Steve Rogers heading the new team of Avengers in their continuous efforts to protect humanity.
However, after another scene results in collateral damage, (involving the avengers) political pressure increases to put in place a system of accountability, led by a governing body to direct and oversee the team.
Get ready to choose a side and connect with the non-stop action taking part on two fronts when Captain America: Civil War opens in US theaters come May 6, 2016.
Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice
Fearing the activities of a “god like” superhero left unimpeded, Gotham City’s formidable vigilante takes on the most revered, modern day savior of Metropolis, while the Earth wrestles with what type of hero it really wants.
Sony recruited Lee Eisenberg and Gene Stupnitsky “The Office” writer/producers to take on a new system of the 1980’s franchise that featured Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and Ernie Hudson as mumbling ghost–hunting scientists.
The original makers, including director Reitman and the cast are aware of the entire project and taking part in its creation.
Some cast members that were originally there might as well be involved, but the main focus will be on another new cast of ghost hunters.
“Ghostbusters” was the top-grossing Sony movie ever till “Men in Black” and later all 3 “Spider-Man” movie beat it out.
The film grossed $293 million worldwide, while its 1990 sequel raked in another $216 million globally.
Deadpool is based upon the most eccentric anti-hero and tells the true story of Wade Wilson (former Special Forces personnel who after being imperiled to a rogue experiment, leaves him with speeded healing powers, embraces the alter-ego “Deadpool”.
Armed with a dark, twisted humor and his new abilities, Deadpool hunts the guy who almost brought his life to an end.