Diving Deeper into 2013: Movies to Look Forward to

Posted: February 28, 2013 in Preview

In my first installment, I focused on many of the features from the coming months. In this installment, I highlight a few of the soon to arrive hits films and some movies to get excited about later in the year.

March 22nd – Olympus Has Fallen

Set in modern day DC, this film explores the chaos that follows a successful terrorist attack on the White House and an ex-agent (Gerard Butler) who is the only man available to rescue the president.

June 7th – Now You See Me

Unlike the earlier film related to magic and illusion, this film focuses on a cerebral battle between a band of illusionists and a group of FBI agents trying to uncover the secret of their big heist.

July 26th – The Wolverine

With many hoping this sequel will surpass the original, Hugh Jackman takes this legendary X-men character to Japan in search of the meaning of his condition.

August 2nd – Red 2

The aging action heroes are back…and they are not expendable. The surprise success of the original brings a certain hope for a strong sequel.

August 16th – 2 Guns

Two agents…both investigating the other. Major plus that the agents happen to be played by Mark Wahlberg and Denzel Washington.

Additional Movies (no previews)

  • August 9th – Planes (unconfirmed)
  • September 13th – I, Frankenstein
  • September 20th – Prisoners; Rush
  • September 27th – Runner Runner
  • October 4th – Sin City: A Dame to Kill For
  • October 25th – The World’s End
  • November 1st – Ender’s Game
  • November 8th – Thor: The Dark World
  • November 15th – The Counselor
  • November 22nd – The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
  • November 27th – Frozen
  • December 13th – The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
  • December 18th – The Monuments Men
  • December 20th – Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues; Saving Mr. Banks

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