Tuesday, May 10, 2011

2012 Upcoming

>Underworld: New Dawn.
Selene (Kate Beckinsale) awakens after 15 years in coma and discovers that she has a Vampire/Lycan hydrid daughter named Nyssa. They join forces to prevent a corporation called BioCom from engineering a batch of Super-Lycans to hunt them all down. Directed by Mars Marlind and Bjorn Stein.

>Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance.
Johnny Blaze (Nicolas Cage) is hired by Moreau (Idris Elba), a member of the Order of Gabriel, the warrior angel, to protect a boy named Danny (Fergus Riordan) and his mother Nadya (Violante Placindo) from the boy's father - The Devil himself (Cieran Hinds) - and his servant, the vampire Blackout (Johnny Withwort). Directed by Mark Neveldine and Bryan Taylor.

>Hensel & Gretel: Witch Hunters.
Hensel (Jeremy Renner) and Gretel (Gemma Arterton) have become Witch Hunters after their traumatic experience with one when they were children. They are hired to go to the town of Augsburg to rescue its children, that have been captured by a witch named Muriel (Famke Jensen) as well as preventing the sadistic Mayor Berringer (Peter Stormare) from murdering innocents in his search for her. Directed by Tommy Wirkola.

>Wrath of the Titans.
Perseus (Sam Worthington), Io (Gemma Arterton) and Andromeda (Rosamund Pike) join Poseidon's (Danny Houston) son Agnor (Toby Kebbel) and the fallen God Hephaestus (Bill Nighy) to prevent Hades (Ralph Fiennes) and his son Ares (Edgar Ramirez) from awakening the Titans and dethroning Zeus (Liam Neeson). Directed by Jonathan Liebesman.

>The Avengers.
Captain America (Chris Evans), Iron Man (Robert Downey Jr.), Thor (Chris Hemsworth), the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo) Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) and Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) are reunited by Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), director of SHIELD, to fight Thor's evil half-brother Loki (Tom Hiddleston) and the shapeshifting Aliens know as "the Skrulls". Directed by Joss Whedon.

A US Navy fleet of ships commanded by Admiral John Shane (Liam Neeson) and his hotshot son-in-law Alex Hopper (Taylor Kitsch) is deployed to fight an Alien armada and stop it from invading Earth. Directed by Peter Berg.

>Men In Black III.
Agent J (Will Smith) travels back in time to the 1960's to stop two Alien criminal Boris (Jamaine Clement) from murdering a young agent K (Josh Brolin) and setting off a chain of events that'll lead to Earth's complete destruction. Directed by Barry Sonnenfeld.

A team of Space Marines deployed to a distant planet by the Weyland-Yutani Corporation comes across the mysterious Space Jockeys, who are harvesting biological weapons know as "Xenomorphs". Directed by Ridley Scott.

>Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter.
Abraham Lincoln (Benjamin Walker) sets to prevent the same vampires that murdered his mother from causing Civil War. Directed by Timur Bekmambetov.

>Star Trek 2.
The USS Enterprise led by Captain James T. Kirk (Chris Pine) sets off to a new mission. Directed by J.J. Abrams.

>The Amazing Spider-Man.
Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield), the Spider-Man, fights his mentor, Dr. Curt Connors (Rhys Ifans), transformed into a bloodthirsty creature know as "The Lizard" after a failed scientific experiment. Directed by Marc Webb.

>The Dark Knight Rises.
Batman (Christian Bale) and his allies - Alfred Pennyworth (Michael Caine), Lucius Fox (Morgan Freeman) and James Gordon (Gary Oldman) - protect Gotham City from a new threat: The drug-enhanced criminal mastermind Bane (Tom Hardy) and the morally ambiguous cat burglar Selina Kyle (Anne Hathaway). Directed by Christopher Nolan.

 >The Bourne Legacy.
A new CIA operative (Jeremy Renner) has to deal with the ramifications of the Treadstone Project. Directed by Tony Gillroy.

>Total Recall.
Douglas Quail (Colin Farrel), a mild-mannered man from Neo-Tokyo who wishes to visit Euroamerica, decides to undergo memory implanting procedure at the hands of Rekal Corporation to fulfill his wish, but the procedure only reveals that he is actually a secret agent hunted down by mysterious enemies led by Rekal's CEO, Cohaagen (Bryan Cranston). Directed by Len Wiseman.

>Bond 23.
James Bond (Daniel Craig) returns for a new mission. Directed by Sam Mendes.

>Snow White and the Huntsman.
Snow White (Kristen Stewart) and the Eric, the Huntsman (Chris Hemsworth), retreat to the wilderness to escape the wrath of Snow White's wicked stepmother, Queen Ravenna (Charlize Theron), and there, they face strange creatures. Directed by Rupert Sanders.

>The Man of Steel.
Clark Kent (Henry Cavill) travels the world after 25 years in Smallville in order to find what he should do with his powers and has to fight General Zod (Michael Shannon) and other fugitives from the Phantom Zone along the way, pavimenting the road that'll lead to his transformation in Superman. Directed by Zack Snyder.

>G.I. Joe 2.
The G.I. Joe team led by Duke (Channing Tatum) and Snake-Eyes (Ray Park) returns for a new mission. Directed by Jon Chu.

Recently murdered policeman Nick Cruz (Ryan Reynolds) joins the Rest In Peace Department (R.I.P.D.), a supernatural team of undead police officers, and sets to capture the man who killed him alongside veteran Roy Powell (Jeff Bridges). Directed by Robert Schwentke.

The Youngblood, a superhero team funded by the United States government, fights their greatest challenge yet. Directed by Brett Ratner.

In a future where time travel is possible, mob assassin Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) recognizes one of his targets as his older self (Bruce Willis). Directed by Rian Johnson.

>War of Ages.
Napoleon Bonaparte; Alexander, the Great; Julius Cesar; Hannibal, the Conqueror; Atilla, the Hun; and Genghis Khan are forced to battle one another in a arena until there's only one man left standing after a mystical artifact accidentaly shatters time itself upon being uncovered. Directed by Colin and Greg Strause.

Ryan (Sandra Bullock), the lone survivor of a space mission to repair the Hubble telescope desperately tries to return to Earth and reunite with her daughter. Directed by Alfonso CuarĂ³n.

>The Lone Ranger.
A Texas Ranger (Armand Hammer) and the sole survivor of a massacre perpetrated by criminals joins a Indian warrior, Tonto (Johnny Depp) to enact justice as the Lone Ranger. Directed by Gore Verbinski.

>The Hobbit - Part 1.
The Hobbit Bilbo Baggins (Martin Freeman) departs alongside the wizard Gandalf (Ian McKellen) and 13 warrior dwarves led by Thorin (Richard Armitage) in a quest to steal a treasure hidden on the Lonely Mountain and protect by the dragon Smaug. Directed by Peter Jackson.

>The Haunted Mansion.
Several people find themselves trapped in mansion haunted by the Hatbox Ghost. Directed by Guilhermo Del Toro.

>Madagascar 3.
Alex, the lion (Ben Stiller); Marty, the zebra (Chris Rock); Gloria, the hippo (Jada Pinkett Smith); and Melman, the giraffe (David Schwimmer) end up in a circus in Europe on their quest to return to New York City.

>Ice Age: Continental Drift.
After the Continental Drift, Sid (John Leguizamo), Manny (Ray Romano) and Diego (Dennis Leary) turn a ice block into a makeshift ship and set to find their missing friends, venturing into a brave new world in the process.

>Rise of the Guardians.
Santa Claus (Alec Baldwin), Jack Frost (Chris Pine), the Easter Bunny (Hugh Jackman) and the Tooth Fairy (Isla Fisher) join forces to stop the Boogeyman (Jude Law) from destroying the world.

>Hotel Transylvania.
Dracula, Frankenstein, the Wolfman and the Mummy take shelter in a abandoned hotel in the outskirts of Transylvania after 21st century technology has made them irrelevant.

A boy decides to revive his dog, who died after being hit by a car.

>Monsters Inc 2: University of Fear.
The real story of how Sully (John Goodman) and Mike (Billy Crystal) met at the University of Fear and, although starting off as rivals, soon became best friends.
>The Croods.
Caveman Crug (Nicolas Cage) leads his family beyond his comfort zone after an earthquake destroys their home. While attempting to navigate the dangerous and unfamiliar world, Crug butts heads with a nomad (Ryan Reynolds), who charms Crug’s clan - especially his eldest daughter - with his (relatively) modern-minded ways.

>Ghostbusters 3.
The Ghostbusters come out of retirement to train a new generation to save New York City from a supernatural threat. Directed by Ivan Reitman.

>The Great Gatsby.
Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire), a young Midwesterner now living on Long Island, finds himself fascinated by the mysterious past and lavish lifestyle of his neighbor, the nouveau millionaire Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio). Directed by Baz Luhrmann.

>J. Edgar.
Cinebiography of FBI director J. Edgar Hoover (Leonardo Dicaprio). Directed by Clint Eastwood.

Cinebiography of 16th President Abraham Lincoln (Daniel Day-Lewis). Directed by Steven Spielberg.

>The Expendables 2.
The Expendables led by Barney Ross (Sylvester Stallone) return for a new mission, which will pit them against an old enemy (Jean-Claude Van Damme). No Director Attached.

>Life of Pi.
A Indian boy survives a shipwreck and lives 227 days alone in a small boat with a bengal tiger. Directed by Ang Lee.

>The Hunger Games.
Katniss Everdeen (Jennifer Lawrence), a 16-year old from a poor territory that was once Appalachia, becomes a gladiator in a reality-show that is a battle to the death against other teens from the 12 districts of the former United States. Directed by Gary Ross.

>The Dictator.
The heroic story of a dictator (Sasha Baron Cohen) who risked his life to ensure that democracy would never come to the country he so lovingly oppressed. Directed by Larry Charles.

>Here Comes the Boom.
A physics teacher's (Kevin James) school faces drastic cutbacks. In an attempt to save his best friend's job and the music program his students love, he moonlights in the octagon as a mixed martial arts fighter, ultimately leading to brawling in the UFC. Directed by Frank Coraci.

The story centers on the supernatural effects of the Ouija board game on a family. Directed by McG.

>Ronin 47.
In the 18th century, a band of samurai led by Hiro (Keannu Reeves) sets to avenge the death of their master. Directed by Carl Eric Rinsch.

>Knocked-Up 1.5.
A Spin-Off focused on Pete (Paul Rudd) and Debbie (Leslie Mann). Directed by Judd Apatow.

>John Carter of Mars.
During the Civil War, american soldier John Carter (Taylor Kitsch) is trasported to Mars, where he joins Princess Dejah Thoris (Lynn Collins) to save the planet from its enemies. Directed by Andrew Stanton.

>Premium Rush.
New York City bike messager Wilee (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) accidentaly picks up an envelope with incriminating evidence against a dirty cop (Michael Shannon), who attempts to silence him by any means necessary. Directed by John Kamps.

In a distance future, a government agency (Guy Pierce) wrongly accused of conspiracy is offered freedom if, in exchange, he can rescue the President's daughter (Maggie Grace) from a space prison taken over by violent inmates after a riot. Directed by James Mather.

>Safe House.
CIA agent Matt Weston (Ryan Reynolds) must protect rogue agent Tobi Frost (Denzel Washington) from mercenaries who broke into a CIA safe house in Brazil to kill him. Directed by Daniel Espinosa.

>21 Jump Street.
An undercover police unit consisting of young looking officers infiltrate high schools to control youth crime. Directed by Phil Lord and Chris Miller.

A security guard (Mark Whalberg) with financial troubles considers a return to his smuggling ways when an associate offers a potentially lucrative opportunity. Directed by Baltasar Kormakur.

>Joyful Noise.
After the untimely death of a small town choir director, a no-nonsense mother (Queen Latifah) takes control of the choir, but the widow of the director (Dolly Parton) assumes that she should be put in control. The two women must work together to help the choir. Directed by Todd Graff.

>Everybody Loves Whales.
A nonprofit aid worker (Drew Barrymore) and a government worker (John Krasinski) spark romantically as they work together in the effort to free three California gray whales who have become trapped under the ice of the Arctic Circle. Directed by Ken Kwapis.

>The Vow.
A newlywed couple recovers from a car accident that puts the wife (Rachel McAdams) in a coma. Waking up with severe memory loss, her husband (Channing Tatum) endeavors to win her heart again, competing against her rich ex-boyfriend (Scott Speedman). Directed by Michael Sucsy.

>Die Hard 5.
John McClane (Bruce Willis) returns. Directed by Noam Murro.

>Jack, the Giant-Killer.
When the long-standing peace between men and giants is threatened, as a young farmer (Nicholas Hoult) leads an expedition into the giants' kingdom in hopes of rescuing a kidnapped princess. Directed by Bryan Singer.

After watching their respective partners die, a cop (Sylvester Stallone) and a hitman (Thomas Jane) form an alliance in order to bring down their common enemy. Directed by Wayne Kramer.

>The Black Hole.
A spaceship gets lost inside a Black Hole. Directed by Joseph Kosinski.

>When Worlds Collide.
A rogue planet is on a collision course for Earth, and Earth's last hope of survival is to build a rocket ship and travel to a second planet caught by the first's gravitational pull, where the human race could live on. Directed by Stephen Sommers.

>John Dies at the End.
College dropouts John (Rob Mayes) and David (Chase Williamson) are Earth's last hope to survive the invasion of extradimensional creatures that possess humans who use a drug called "Soy Sauce", that allows their minds to drift trough time and space. Directed by Don Coscarelli.

>Dark Shadows.
This is the tale of vampire Barnabas Collins (Johnny Depp) and his run-ins with various monsters, witches, werewolves and ghosts. Directed by Tim Burton.

>Logan's Run.
A young man (Ryan Gosling) at odds with his society's mandatory death sentence for all those turning 21 plots a daring escape on the eve of his fateful birthday. Directed by Nicolas Refn.

>The Last Days of American Crime.
Thief Kevin Crash (Sam Worthington) decides to pull off the last and most dangerous bank heist in the history of America, before the activation of a device created by the government, which will make all people unable to commit even the slightest of crimes. Directed by F. Gary Gray.


  1. Why are they remaking Logan's Run? And executed at 21? In the original was 40. Humans peak both intellectually and physically at around 27, why have a country run by children?

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