The third Captain America movie and the thirteenth in Marvel’s Cinematic Universe will be the first to feature Black Panther on the big screen.

Jason Bourne 

(July 29)

Matt Damon reprises his role as the titular CIA-trained amnesiac operative in the fifth Bourne movie, looking more buff than ever.

X-Men: Apocalypse 

(May 27)

Oscar Isaac sheds his Resistance X-Wing helmet for the armor of Apocalypse, a very powerful and very blue mutant villain.

10 Cloverfield Lane

(March 11)

This may or may not be a sequel to the J.J. Abrams-produced monster movie from 2008.


(Feb. 12)

Yet another Marvel superhero—except this one is R-rated, irreverent, and achingly sarcastic.

Independence Day: Resurgence

(June 24)

The sequel to the 1996 alien invasion movie loses Will Smith, adds a Hemsworth brother, and figures to have just as many Jeff Goldblum one-liners.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2 

(June 3)

Turtle power!

The Jungle Book 

(April 15)

Disney’s The Jungle Book will be the first of two adaptations of Rudyard Kipling’s book—Warner Brothers will be releasing one of its own in 2017.

The Secret Life of Pets 

(July 8)

Max, a terrier voiced by comedian Louis C.K., shows us the shenanigans our pets get up to when we leave them home alone.

Alice Through the Looking Glass 

(May 27)

Just in case we needed another sequel, Disney brings us the second installment in the live-action Alice in Wonderland series.

Gods of Egypt 

(Feb. 26)

It might not be a sequel, but it is a movie about the Egyptian Gods, played, to the dismay of many, by almost entirely white actors.

Batman v. Superman 

(March 25)

In lieu of traditional trailers, Warner Bros. partnered with Turkish Airlines to bring us these tourism ads for the two biggest cities in comics—Gotham and Metropolis.

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