Over half way through the year, we have already witnessed the release of some big feature films. To name a few, The Avengers, Prometheus, The Cabin in the Woods and Hunger games have set the box office alight in the calendar year 2012. However, this year still has a lot in store for us in terms of movies. This article will walk you through 5 movie releases to look forward to in what’s left of this year.
James Bond is back on 9 November in Skyfall. With the MI6 under attack, Bond (Daniel Craig) must do everything to find and eliminate the threat. As M’s (Judi Dench) troublesome past resurfaces, Bond’s loyalties are put to the ultimate test in this action packed must watch thriller.
For Twilight fans, there is some great news in the form of The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part Two. After the birth of their child Renesmee, Edward (Robert Pattinson) and Bella (Kristen Stewart) work towards protecting their child from false allegations that put them all in danger. You can expect this movie on 16 November.
A continuation of the terrifying franchise The Ring, The Ring 3D ends a five year drought for the sequel. While the movie remains in development, it is expected to set the box office alight some time near the end of this year Shot in 3D, regardless of the story, we are bound to witness some nerve-racking effects from this David Loucka script.
Set to be released on October 3, Taken 2 is the last Taken movie we can expect. You can look forward to an action packed 90 minutes as Liam Neeson’s character is kidnapped and attempts to escape his captors. While the end of the film already seems predictable, the fact that Maggie Grace, Famke Janssen and Rade Serbedzija are starring in this feature film alongside Liam Neeson make this worth the wait.
The Bourne Legacy covers the story of Jason Bourne, who returns to his identity as David Webb after his dismemberment from Operation Blackbriar in the saga of Bourne Ultimatum. His return to normalcy is short lived, however, as he finds himself under attack from the CIA, who seem to be willing to do anything to dispose of their black ops programs. You can expect nonstop action from The Bourne Legacy following its release on August 10, 2012.
Chronicle is a drama, horror and a sci-fi movie directed by Josh Trank. Chronicle release date is 3rd of Feb 2012.
[box type="yellow"]Cast of Chronicle[/box]
Michael B. Jordan as Steve
Dane DeHaan as Andrew Detmer
Alex Russell as Matt
Ashley Hinshaw as Casey
[box type="blue"]Watch Chronicle Official Trailer[/box]