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Man of Steel
A reboot of the Superman franchise, Man of Steel goes back to the origin of Clark Kent– the man with superhuman abilities who, as a child, was cast to Earth after the destruction of his own planet- Krypton. The film which s backed up by Hollywood heavyweights Christopher Nolan (The Dark Knight Rises) and Zack Snyder(300) has been keeping hardcore fans and general movie-goers abuzz with excitement.
World War Z
With an estimated budget of $125–$200 million, World War Z takes on the Max Brooks novel of the same name. Zombie enthusiasts are stoked as there’s never been a movie in this genre backed up with such a huge budget. Zombies are steadily gaining massive popularity worldwide as seen in shows like The Walking Dead amassing insanely huge numbers in TV ratings, making World War Z a surefire blockbuster.
Most of humanity is quickly wiped out when giant monsters emerge five miles below the ocean. Massive robots known as Jaegers were invented to stop this new threat from causing any more damage. Guillermo del Toro directs. Pacific Rim is cluttered with epic visuals ready to stun movie audiences worldwide.
Iron Man 3
Tony Stark is prepping up his iron suit as he launches his journey into finding those responsible for the destruction of his secret world. Robert Downey Jr. is such a commanding presence in the Iron Man franchise and seems to do no wrong with his portrayal of the billionaire playboy turned superhero.
Oz: The Great and Powerful
Audiences worldwide have been anticipating a decent Wizard of Oz film. And here it is. Starring James Franco, Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz, this film just “oOz-es” with appeal. With its visually arresting cinematography, Oz: The Great and Powerful seems to deliver a significant amount of potential.