Space Iklan Islami

The Top 5 Films That Will Rule The Box Office In 2016 - Free Download Soon

Posted by I S L A M A D I N A on 10.08.2016

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice — Opening in March, the full kickoff of the DC Comics shared cinematic universe is going to do monster business. Batman is a billion dollar brand, having topped that box office high-bar twice in a row with his last two films. Putting him alongside other superheroes seems like an easy bet for continuing that trend. Superman himself rebooted to the tune of $668 million in 2013′s Man of Steel, a figure restrained by the previous Superman reboot/revival’s relatively tepid response and fine but not spectacular $391 million. However, keep in mind that $668 million is what “slight underperforming”  looks like to the last son of Krypton, and that we not only have the added value of Batman but also the first-ever big screen Wonder Woman and Aquaman showing up, not to mention probably a Flash cameo and Cyborg in the mix.


Captain America: Civil War — I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, this will be Marvel’s biggest film yet. Yes, it’s a Captain America sequel, and Cap’s last movie performed at $714 million globally, making it the fifth-highest grossing Marvel Studios movie to date. However, that was a huge leap over his previous star-spangled outing, which clocked $370 million around the world just a few years earlier, and the same team from Winter Soldier in the driver’s seat for Civil War. More to the point, though, this is a Cap sequel that’s really an Avengers-level movie. It features a large cast, including some major newcomers in the form of Spider-Man, Black Panther, and more. Marvel is going to promote this as an event picture, something larger than just a Captain America sequel, because it can in fact be both.


Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them — There are probably only two films that might sneak past the superhero battle royal movies mentioned above and steal the title of highest grossing film of the year, and a Harry Potter spinoff is probably one of them (the other being a spinoff of an even bigger franchise, but we’ll get to that in a moment). J.K. Rowling’s world of wizards brought in $7.7 billion at the worldwide box office and another $2+ billion in home entertainment, with five of the franchise’s eight entries topping $900+ million and the last movie topping $1.3 billion. Suffice to say, this is among the most popular and success properties in cinema history, with more films under it’s brand belt than most other modern film series.


Finding Dory — I just explained the other day how Minions is on its way to becoming the second-highest grossing animated film in history, headed past $1 billion and destined to sit behind only Frozen on the all-time animation list. Well, this movie is the animated picture that will knock Minions right back out of that #2 position and could even challenge Frozen for #1. The first Finding Nemo made $864 million… in 2003… without 3D tickets. When it got a 3D rerelease a few years ago, it added $72 million to its coffers, raising its all-time total to $936 million. That’s $1.2 billion in today’s dollars, folks. Meaning if this sequel can match the popularity of the original, it’s going to give Frozen a run for it’s money for sure.


The Jungle Book — It’s early to call this one a likely top performer, but if you saw the footage at D23 this month then you know why this film already looks likely to wow audiences and amaze critics. Jon Favreau knows how to deliver great entertainment, and the imagery from this film was mind-blowing. Nothing you’ve seen in visual effects and CGI work for animals, creatures, and outdoor settings will prepare you for what you’ll see in this film, if the sizzle reel Disney unveiled is any hint of what to expect. Not that crazy-great effects and talking animals in and of itself guarantees blockbuster success, of course. No, what the footage also revealed was a beloved classic story revisited not only with grand scale but also with deep emotions.


X-Men: Apocalypse — The X-Men franchise finally found the path to true box office glory last year with X-Men: Days of Future Past, by far the highest grossing entry in the superhero franchise at $748 million. That was a massive leap not only financially, but also for the size of the series’ fanbase. Audiences were so impressed they helped the movie perform like a Marvel Studios production, and next year’s new mutant picture is shaping up to provide audiences more of that comic book aesthetic wrapped around a dramatic, serious approach to superhero storytelling.
The franchise has a loyal following already, so the key is to retain the large influx of new viewers and turn them into solid fans who will keep coming back so long as the studio delivers the goods. Meaning Apocalypse seeks to deliver those goods in spades, and should have no trouble securing a healthy $700+ million for itself as it rides not only its own newly discovered coattails, but those of Batman v Superman and Captain America: Civil Warif both of those films prove as good and as popular as seems likely. The audience good will coming off of those films will put theatergoers in the right mood to remember how much they enjoyed Days of Future Past and tune in to this new entry to complete the trifecta of early-summer superhero fun at the box office. My guess is this will happen, and it’ll result in the biggest win yet for the X-Men.

Thank You For Watching and Read This article.

Blog, Updated at: 00.17.00


Posting Komentar

Terima kasih sudah Berkunjung Ke Blog Ini..Silahkan Berkomentar Asal dengan bahasa santun dan saling menjaga kesopanan.
Hidup Blogger Indonesia..!!!!

Popular Posts

Diberdayakan oleh Blogger.