Drum roll please previewing 2013s hottest movies - KMOV.com

Drum roll please previewing 2013s hottest movies

Here's a look at the best of what the silver screen has to offer in 2013. 

Let’s start with the Sequels you all have been waiting for…

February: Die Hard Number 5—say what? That’s right folks.  "Die Hard" is back with it’s fifth installment: “A Good Day to Die Hard,” and this time Bruce Willis’ character and son try to take down a nuclear bomb heist in Moscow.

March:   G.I. Joe Retaliation.  “G.I. Joe” is back and if it’s as good as the first movie—prepare for an action-packed "Avatar" meets "Rambo" with lots of twists, turns and sci-fi elements.  Channing Tatum, The Rock, and Bruce Willis team up in this adventure.

May:  The Hangover Part III, Iron Man 3, AND Star Trek: Into Darkness.  Whoa… watch out!

June:  Monsters University.  In this prequel to “Monsters, Inc.” we take a peek at our favorite monsters Sulley and Mike in their college days.

July:  Despicable Me 2.  Steve Carrell returns as the voice to super-villan/genius gone good.

The Wolverine.  Hugh Jackman continues his superhero quests in this “X-Men” spinoff.

August:  300: Rise of an Empire.  This time it’s Greeks v. Persians.

October:  Sin City: A Dame to Kill For.  Stylish crime is the name of the game in this “Sin City” follow-up.

November: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.  Possibly the most-anticipated sequel of 2013, the second installment of “The Hunger Games” franchise hits theatres in November.

Thor: The Dark World.  Chris Hemsworth goes solo in this superhero sequel.

December:  Anchorman II.  Will Ferrell, Steve Carrell and Paul Rudd are back in the newsroom.  You stay classy San Diego.

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.  Peter Jackson continues his second trilogy.


Newbies to Watch Out For

February: Identify Theif.  Jason Bateman + Melissa McCarthy = comedy heaven.

April:  Oblivion.  Tom Cruise battles aliens (again) this time on a ravaged Earth.

March:  Oz the Great and Powerful.  This twist on the classic story shows how a wizard, played by James Franco, comes to the land of Oz.

May:  The Great Gatsby.  Need I say more?  Leonardio DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire and Carey Mulligan star in this remake that is sure to be stellar.  

June:  Man of Steel. Superman is back, played by English hearthrob Henry Cavill.

The Internship: Dynamic duo Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson battle it out for jobs at Google.

World War Z: Brad Pitt must wipe out Earth’s zombie outbreak.

July:  The Lone Ranger.  Johnny Depp is transformed into Tonto in this Old West flick.

 August:  Elysium.  Matt Damon chases utopia in this much-anticipated futuristic film.

October:  Captain Phillips.  This true-life story features Tom Hanks as the Captain of a U.S. cargo ship hijacked by Somali pirates.

Carrie.  She’s baaaaack.  This re-make stars Chloe Grace Moretz and Julianne Moore.

December:   Last Vegas.  Hollywood legends Michael Douglas, Robert DeNiro, Morgan Freeman and Kevin Kline throw one last bachelor party in this good-time flick.


Returning to Theatres in 3D

February: Top Gun.  This 1980s smash-hit will return to IMAX theatres in 3D.

April: Jurassic Park. If you thought the dinosaurs were life-like in the original version, wait ‘til it hits a 3D screen near you.

September:  The Little Mermaid and Star Wars: Episode II—Attack of the Clones.  Under the sea and in the stars looks better in 3D.

October:  Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. Every Star War’s fans prayers have been answered.


Powered by Frankly