Its been almost six months since David Ayer’s “Suicide Squad ” hit screens, the third film in Warner Bros. DC Extended Universe. The film made a tonne of money at the worldwide box office, but the reaction to the films release was mixed. Fans loved it, whilst critics ripped it a new a*****e.
Despite Henry Cavill’s Superman dying at the end of “Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice“, it’s no secret the character would return for Zack Snyder’s “Justice League“.
Most people probably rolled their eyes at the thought of Saban and Lionsgate rebooting the Power Rangers for the big screen.
Patty Jenkins “Wonder Woman” movie starring Gal Gadot as the titular character will be hitting screens later this year. It’s the fourth entry into Warner Bros, DC Extended Universe.
There’s been a lot of talk about Ben Affleck’s solo “Batman” film, with recent rumours claiming the Oscar-winning filmmaker may back out of directing the Dark Knights first solo outing in the DC Extended Universe.
We are still trailer-less when it comes to Zack Snyder’s “Justice League”, but the film is still another ten months away from its release so we shouldn’t be greedy.
Chris Columbus “Home Alone” is a classic, the John Hughes produced Christmas comedy film is loved by families young and old and is watched by millions every year to bring in the holidays.
Director J. A. Bayona “A Monster Calls” is currently in cinemas, earning great reviews and to promote the films release the filmmaker took to Reddit for an AMA (Ask Me Anything) session.
With 2017 knocking at the front door like a hungry bear and those “New Year, New Me” Facebook posts waiting to be written, I’ve taken it upon myself to give you my most anticipated films of 2017. So lets wave goodbye to 2016, which overall was a pretty great year for movies and look ahead…
We’re only a day away from 2017, so its only right for me to give you my top ten movies from 2016.