The Revenant (1/8)
Wide release for late 2015 release featuring Leonardo Di Caprio and Tom Hardy under the brilliant direction of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu.
Wide release for late 2015 release co-directed by Charlie Kaufman featuring David Thewlis.
The Finest Hours (1/29)
Featuring Chris Pine, Casey Affleck, Eric Bana.
Jane Got a Gun (1/29)
From director Gavin O'Connor, starring Natalie Portman.
Hail, Caesar! (2/5)
The latest from the Coen brothers.
Finally, Ryan Reynolds in a movie people want to see!
Zoolander 2 (2/12)
Ben Stiller returns to arguably his best role.
A movie about Olympic star Jesse Owens.
London Has Fallen (3/4)
Sequel to Gerard Butler's Olympus Has Fallen.
Knight of Cups (3/4)
The latest from Terrence Malick.
The Free State of Jones (3/11)
Matthew McConaughey in a Civil War drama.
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (3/25)
Surprising that it's got such an early release.
Gods of Egypt (4/8)
Gerard Butler might find another hit historical epic.
Everyone Wants Some (4/15)
The latest from Richard Linklater.
The Huntsman: Winter's War (4/22)
Emily Blunt and Jessica Chastain join Chris Hemsworth's Snow White spinoff.
Nine Lives (4/29)
From Barry Sonnenfeld, featuring Kevin Spacey.
Captain America: Civil War (5/6)
This franchise-within-a-franchise's biggest bet at a breakout film. For obvious reasons.
Oliver Stone goes topical again.
X-Men: Apocalypse (5/27)
The latest in the mutant saga.
Alice Through the Looking Glass (5/27)
Without Tim Burton, but still featuring Johnny Depp.
Finding Dory (6/17)
A Pixar flick I actually want to see? And a sequel to boot???
Independence Day: Resurgence (6/24)
Twenty years later...
The BFG (7/1)
Roald Dahl adapted by Steven Spielberg.
Should be very interesting.
Star Trek Beyond (7/22)
The third in the reboot series.
Ice Age: Collision Course (7/22)
Hopefully plenty of Scrat. Any of him is good, really.
Knights of the Round Table: King Arthur (7/22)
Guy Ritchie brings the legend back again.
Suicide Squad (8/5)
DC takes a big risk with this one.
A Cure for Wellness (9/23)
Gore Verbinski directs.
The Accountant (10/7)
Another one from Gavin O'Connor.
Ron Howard and Tom Hanks return to Robert Langdon.
Billy Flynn's Long Halftime Walk (11/11)
New from Ang Lee.
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (11/18)
Return to the wizarding world of J.K. Rowling.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (12/16)
This may be the real test of Disney's Star Wars.
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiars (12/23)
Tim Burton, adapting a book that will gain far more exposure than it currently enjoys.