The Hobbit and The Dark Knight Rises in Big 2012 Movies Preview
A return to Middle Earth and Gotham City, the re-uniting of the Star Trek and MIB casts, and the big screen debut of Nicole Scherzinger and Rihanna. These are just some of the cinema thrills to look forward to with the big 2012 movies, as well as the 23rd James Bond movie and sequels to popular animated movies like Madagascar and Monsters, Inc. You can stream them all at 123movies.
2012 Science Fiction and Fantasy Movies
Warping into cinemas next summer is Star Trek 2 from J. J. Abrams. Three years after the director succeeded in re-energising the flagging franchise with the science fiction blockbuster, Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and the rest of the starship Enterprise crew beam up for another galactic adventure. Will it take a place among the top 5 Star Trek movies ever?
Another eagerly awaited sequel is the new Men In Black movie from director Barry Sonnenfield which re-teams Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones again as Agent Jay and Agent Kay. Time travel is at the heart of MIB 3, including a trip back to 1969, and there’s a cameo from Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger as a villain.
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Another movie featuring a pop star is Battleship, licensed from the famous Hasbro game of the same name, and starring R&B diva Rihanna. It’s an unlikely combination but this $200 million movie from Universal Pictures, from the director of Hancock and about an alien invasion at sea, could be one of the biggest 2012 movies.
John Carter of Mars, from the director of WALL-E, is Disney’s big hope for next year of creating a new franchise. It’s based on the classic Edgar Rice Burroughs series of books about an American Civil War veteran who himself on Mars and gets caught up in a civil war with the natives, which include big four-armed Martians.
The Gods clash again next year in Wrath of the Titans, this time from the director of this year’s Battle: Los Angeles but again starring Sam Worthington, Gemma Aterton, Ralph Feinnes and Liam Neeson. And in the same month of March is Prometheus from Ridley Scott, previously a prequel to his 1979 Alien movie but not any more.
But 2012 will really belong to the comic book superheroes, especially as The Avengers, The Dark Knight Rises, Spider-Man and Superman: The Man of Steel charge onto the big screen. And if that’s not enough, Hugh Jackman returns in Wolverine 2 and, Ryan Reynolds, his co-star from the first movie, returns in spin-off Deadpool.
The year will end on a high for fantasy fans with The Hobbit from Peter Jackson set to break box office records. This prequel to The Lord of the Rings looks set to repeat the success of that blockbuster trilogy, especially with many of the same cast returning, including Elijah Wood and Christopher Lee, alongside Martin Freeman as Bilbo Baggins. And better still for fans is news that The Hobbit will actually be two movies, with part two released in 2013.
2012 Action Movies
Next year isn’t all about science fiction and fantasy movies though as there are some big action blockbusters to look forward to as well. And top of the list will be the return of Daniel Craig in the 23rd James Bond movie, with Sam Mendes in the director’s seat this time. But before that is The Bourne Legacy with a new director and no Matt Damon in this original story not based on a Robert Ludlum novel and featuring a new character.
Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds are united in Safe House from Universal Pictures, where Reynolds plays a CIA agent in South America who must go on the run with a dangerous criminal (played by Washington) after they’re attacked. And the US TV show that helped launch the career of Johnny Depp, 21 Jump Street, jumps onto the big screen with Jonah Hill in a starring role, following an undercover police unit in a high school.
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2012 Animated Movies
Disney, Dreamworks and others will ensure that there are plenty of animated movies in 2012 for audiences of all ages. The most eagerly awaited will probably be Monsters, Inc. 2 from Disney Pixar, with Billy Crystal and John Goodman reprising the roles of Mike and Sully, eleven years after the first movie was a monster hit – and this time in 3D.
Also popular will be Dreamworks Animation’s Madagascar 3, with Alex the Lion, Marty the Zebra and the rest of the gang, as well as the penguins, still trying to get back to New York. Ben Stiller, Chris Rock, David Schwimmer and the regulars return and this time the animals take a road trip through Europe and end up in a travelling circus. And staying with creatures of all sizes is Ice Age: Continental Drift, with Manny, Sid, Diego, Ellie and the rest returning in a new 3D adventure.
Other 2012 animated movies include Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax, with Danny DeVito, and Disney’s Frankenweenie, with Tim Burton remaking his 1984 short film about about a young boy who brings his dog back to life after being run over.
And the Other Big 2012 Movies
The big horror movie of the year will be The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part II, following a year after part one this November, but if more scary vampires are your thing, Kate Beckinsale returns in the leather in Underworld 4.
Comedy fans will have a spin-off of hit movie Knocked-Up, this time focusing on Pete and Debbie, played again by Paul Rudd and Leslie Mann.
And President Abraham Lincoln will preside over the big screen in two very different movies. First up is the unlikely sounding Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter, based on the 2010 book by Seth Grahame-Smith which tells a very alternative view of history with Lincoln battling the undead in 19th century America. But likely to be rather more accurate is Lincoln from Steven Spielberg and starring Oscar winning Daniel Day-Lewis in the title story in a movie that tells the story of the historic character’s life.
The Big 2012 Movies
Next year is shaping up to be a huge year for movie fans, with something for everyone. But don’t forget there are still many movies to look forward to in 2011.