The end of the year is fast approaching and so far this year has been 'meh' with the quality of films. We are still optimistic that this year can still bounce back and deliver us with some great films. Here are our most anticipated film for the rest of 2016.
The latest film by acclaimed director Clint Eastwood, Tells the true story of Chesley Sullenberger heroic emergency landing on the Huston river of Us Airways flight 1549. Tom Hanks plays (Sully) in what looks like another best actor nomination for the 5 time nominated actor.
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children
Tim Burton is back, and it looks like he's going back to the world the weird and zany. Based on the graphic novel of the same name, stars Eva Green as Miss Peregrine who houses particular children.
Kevin Hart: What Now
Kevin Hart is the biggest Comedic start right now. With two successful films earlier in the year in, Secret Life of Pets & Central Intelligence, Kevin Hart looks to make 2016 yet another year that he dominates the big screen.
In the directorial debut of Ewan McGregor. American Pastoral tells the story of a man who lives the perfect life with his wife (Jennifer Connelly) and his daughter (Dakota Fanning) until his daughter's new political affiliation causes his life to fall apart.
7 years after after the last film, Angels and Demons, Director Ron Howard reunites with Tom Hanks & Felicity Jones in the third film in the novel series by author Dan Brown.
Marvel's Phase 3 continues as we get the cinematic debut of Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch). Stephen Strange, a world renowned neurosurgery suffer a tragic car accident which cripples his hands. He set out on a journey of self-reflection when he meets the Ancient One, who teach Strange to master the power of the mystics.
Based on the novel, "Story of Your Life" by author Ted Chiang, Arrival tells the story of the arrival of unidentified floating objects that have appeared around the world. The government forms an elite team that consist of the best of the best in their field. linguist Louise Banks (Amy Adams) , Mathematician Ian Donnelly (Jerimie Renner), and a US army Colonel Webber (Forest Whitaker).
Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk
Director Ang Lee brings the novel of the same name by author Ben Fountain, to life. Tells the story of Billy Lynn (Joe Alwyn) who comes home after a gruesome battle in Iraq, but later finds out that he must go back to war to finish the fight.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
J.K. Rowling makes her Screenwriting debut, in the spinoff series, Fantastic Beast and Where to Find Them. Set 100 years before the Harry Potter films, Fantastic Beast follows Newt Scamander as he arrives in the United States to meet with an official from the Magical Congress when his magical briefcase filled with magical creatures is opened, releasing the best all over 1920's New York.
The Edge of Seventeen
Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld) and Krista (Haley Lu Richardson) are the best of friends, but when Krista starts dating Nadine's popular older brother Darin (Blake Jenner), Nadine and Krista relationship starts drifting apart. With no one else to turn to, Nadine develops an unlikely friendship with her History teacher(Woody Harrelson) as she struggles with her last year of High School.
Disney's fist Polynesian princess hits the big screen with Moana. During her search for a fabled Island, Moana meets the demi-god Maui. The two embark on an epic journey across the South Pacific sea.
Ray Croc (Michael Keaton) meets with the founders of a burger chain, McDonald's and buys it from them for 2.7 Million dollars.
The prequel to the star wars franchise, the rebel alliances recruits a group of outlaws to go undercover and steal the blueprints of the Empires secret weapon, the Death Star.
With World of War Craft's low performance at the box office early this year, Michael Fassbender's Assassin Creed is this year's last effort to show that video game adaptations can be successful films. Callum Lynch (Michael Fassbender) is about to be executed when he is saved and then forced to enter the Animus Project to retrieve the memories of his ancestor Aguilar de Nerha, who is an Assassin
A Monster Calls
Based on the novel, A Monster Calls is the story of young Conor O'Malley (Lewis MacDougal), who is bullied every day at school. One day Conor meets a monster played by Liam Neeson, who helps him overcome his less than perfect life.