Hugh Jackman is back for one last time as Wolverine in the upcoming Logan, where he and Professor X are some of the last remaining mutants but find a young girl named Laura who has powers similar to Logan and is being hunted by mercenaries working for a company called Transigen.
When demons start attacking worldwide, Batman heads out to find John Constantine and recruit him and a bunch of other magically inclined DC characters to fight them in the upcoming Justice League Dark animated movie.
Although it’s delightfully animated, the upcoming comedy Sausage Party is a hard R from Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg and follows a group of food products who find out the horrifying truth of what happens when they are brought home from the supermarket.
Alan Moore’s classic Batman story is getting the first ever R rated DC Animated adaptation this summer with the legendary Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill starring as Batman and The Joker.
Despite harsh reviews, Chappie took the top spot over the weekend, although it’s the lowest opening for Neill Blomkamp, and the weekend overall was easily one of the slowest of the year.
Jason Bateman stars and makes his directorial debut with Bad Words, where a 40 year old loser enters the National Spelling Bee due to a loophole and attempts to beat his child competitors for the big prize.
Out of nowhere, The Purge took the top spot at the box office with $36.4 million, one of the best horror movie openings ever.
Seth McFarlane makes his theatrical directorial debut with Ted, the story of a man and his foul mouthed teddy bear. McFarlane also stars along with Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis.
Even though it was the first “rotten” Pixar movie, Cars 2 took the top spot at the box office this weekend, followed by a surprisingly strong Bad Teacher.
Danny McBride trades a baseball bat for a sword as he stars in the medieval fantasy/comedy Your Highness, along with James Franco, Zooey Deschanel and Natalie Portman.