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The new Star Wars may have been the most anticipated movie of 2015, but 2016 will have some impressive releases of its own, especially in the superheroes department. Suicide Squad and Deadpool are just two of the superhero films coming our way this year, so here’s everything you need to know about them.
Over the past few months, Superman, Batman, Captain America and Iron Man have been receiving a lion’s share of the attention when it comes to superheroes on film, but on Friday, 20th Century Fox finally shared the first trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse, and now I can’t decide which comic book movie to get more excited about.
No one ever needed any incentive to go to the theater to see Star Wars: The Force Awakens. No matter how disappointing the prequel trilogy was, we’re all ready to give the franchise another chance (as evidenced by the unprecedented ticket presales late last month). But just in case you did need another reason to …
Of all the Marvel movies that Marvel Studios isn’t actually producing itself, few are receiving as much buzz as X-Men: Apocalypse. Our post containing the leaked teaser trailers of X-Men and Deadpool from Comic-Con has been one of the most popular on the site, so it’s clear that everyone is excited to see where Fox is taking …
This year’s San Diego Comic-Con was as exciting as ever, but there was one interesting omission — Marvel Studios didn’t show up to discuss its upcoming slate of movies. No Captain America: Civil War, no Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 and definitely no Infinity War. Instead, 20th Century Fox had to fill in the …