Movie-going in 2013 will once again be filled with prequels, sequels, reboots, remakes and films based on established properties. In May, Robert Downey, Jr. will reprise his role as billionaire Tony Stark and a technologically advanced superhero in Iron Man 3. Besides the Marvel superhero, the summer season will lead off with a 12th feature-length Star Trek movie, The Hangover boys in a third adventure, a Great Gatsby remake, and sixth installment in the revved-up Fast and the Furious franchise.
In June, a much-anticipated prequel to 2001’s Monsters Inc., Monster’s University, will reunite the voice talents of John Goodman, Billy Crystal and Mary Gibbs. With the talents of Christopher Nolan as a producer, Warner Bros. Pictures will try to reboot the famed Superman franchise for worldwide audiences again. The month will also see the latest M. Night Shyamalan film, Seth Rogen’s End of the World, Brad Pitt-starrer World War Z and a sequel to Kick Ass.
A second installment of the mythology-laced Thor, a Johnny Depp-led remake of The Lone Ranger, the second installment in The Hunger Games franchise, and Sam Raimi’s Oz: The Great And Powerful, will likely be huge box office hits too. Other sequels will include The Smurfs 2, a sequel to the comedy-actioner hit RED, family-friendly Despicable Me 2, and a sixth installment in the revved-up Fast and the Furious franchise. The second part of The Hobbit will open in December 2013.
We’ve created a list of all the January Releases, and our team will be sharing regularly the movies that are set to hit theaters this year. Let’s gather the crew and head to the movies like the good ol’ days! #ReelTalkTrending!
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