Okay. So here you have a pretty nice list of the upcoming movies of 2012.
Hold tight, because it’s going to be a quite exciting ride.
(Batman), The Dark Night Rises
No needs to explain what this movie is about.
You either know a lot or nothing about the Avengers. Once you experience the concept of this movie you will never forget it.
For starters; It’s a movie that combines Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Captain America, who all of which have their own movies, and Ant-Man with Wasp in its original storyline. Basically, they save the planet from the baddies.
The Amazing Spider-Man
Do I really need to say anything about this guy? The only detail I will give you is that it’s not the kind of sequel anybody would have expected.
(LOTR), The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
This movie tells us the more about past of the Hobbit Bilbo Beggins. More details and adventures are revealed and told about the journeys to Lonely Mountain.
The Bourne Legacy
The Legacy continues where it left off, but this time Matt Damon won’t be taking part.
(007, James Bond), Skyfall
Now with the 23rd movie, 007 continues his mission to save the day from the bad guys.
Well, there’s no trailer awailible, but shots of the set.
A mixture of Star Wars, Conan the Barbarian, Avatar with a pinch of Troy? See it for yourself.
Snow White and the Huntsman
The trend of tuning fairy tales into less effective good night stories continues with Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart’s and Chris Hemsworth.
Yes, from the makers of Ali G in the House, Borat and Brüno we now get to watch another fantastic comedy, the Dictator. Enjoy.
The Expendables 2
Starring: Stallone, Statham, Arnie, Willis, Li, Lundgren, Van Damme, Norris, Couture, Crews
You really don’t think twice about watching this movie.
The Hunger Games
A quite unique story about the future you might go to on a date.
Men In Black III
Do I really need to say anything? Exactly..
Come money money money come. We’ve all seen Titanic more than once. Now James Cameron deliberately tries to show he genius with the 3-D version of this classic. It’s quite the Apple marketing strategy if you ask me. There’s a good product, but they try to sell it way too hard.