questionswhat movie are you most excited to see this year?

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John Dies At The End
Sin City 2
Hobbit Part 2
The Dark Knight Returns Part Two (DC direct to dvd animation)
Star Trek Into Darkness
Hunger Games Catching Fire
Warm Bodies
This is the End
Anchorman 2

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I am looking forward to seeing Zero Dark Thirty. I have been hearing good things. Maybe this weekend.

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Actually really excited for The Evil Dead remake. Looks AWESOME!!
Red Band Trailer
http://www.youtube.com/user/EvilDeadMovie/featured?v=pvDLWlxxcak

Also looking forward to Thor 2, Ironman 3, Hunger Games, Star Trek, World's End, Anchorman, Sin City and Man of Steel.

I have a copy of Zero Dark Thirty I plan to watch tonight.

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@laalo: Yeah..... I am keeping an eye on those two, but I'm wary. I did not really enjoy the last superman movie or the last iron man movie. If they get good reviews though I will definitely be seeing them.

I don't know if I'd call it year of the sequels.....sequels have been a staple in hollywood for years and years, for better or worse.

A number of movies I'm worried about are also coming out this year, remakes of things I love that I am pretty certain they will ruin. Examples:

Ender's game and Akira.

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@portezbie: Looks like year of the sequels! :D

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I'm looking forward to Ender's Game.
I loved the books, so it'll be interesting to see how the movie turns out.

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I don't think it will be this year (unless you count the Netflix episodes - which I do) but...
Arrested Development!!!!

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At the moment I am really looking forward to Mama. I love a good creepy movie!

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I guess I like the creepy movie too. Mama (Del Toro is incredible!), and I am hoping they haven't ruined WWZ. They are making me nervous with the looong delay to release, but I am still hopeful, the book was great.

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Not really movies, but I'm looking forward to the next series of Top Gear at the end of this month, and Breaking Bad finale this summer. I'll probably see the new Star Trek but the other movies seem uninteresting.

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I want to see The Great Gatsby. It's one of my favorite books and stars one of my favorite actors... I hope it's good.

Ender's Game is also on the list. They've been toying with that one for so long, though, I'm afraid it won't make its release date...

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Star Trek Into Darkness
Man of Steel

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@craigster38: Great choice, and yes it's a great book.

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@portezbie: I LOVE Ender's Game and I am absolutely DREADING the movie adaptation. I have this horrid feeling that they are going to ruin such a great book.

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@wickedd365: Wow, that trailer does look really good actually. Now I'm excited too!

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@portezbie: No Man of Steal or Iron Man 3 on that list :)

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@inkycatz: Aren't most of them anymore - or remakes?

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I'm looking forward to Pacific Rim. Over the top monsters fighting giant robots? Count me in! I think having Guillermo del Toro attached will finally give us a great modern giant monster movie.

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@hirshy: I just think it is one of those books that can't be done well as a movie. Too much of the substance of the book takes place in ender's head. Also, they are going to have trouble shooting a scene with naked children murdering one another.

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We went and saw The Impossible this weekend, and impossibly, all the movie previews looked great. The ones I most remember are World War Z and the Great Gatsby. The previews looked fantastic. I am also looking forward to Pacific Rim. The new Star Trek looks great.

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@hirshy: I dunno. The end of the 20th anniversary audiobook posted here a while back had a bit about it from Card himself and he was quite optimistic and seemed to have retained a great deal of creative control. While it is rare indeed to find a movie that equals an excellent novel it was drawn from, I doubt that they will manage to quite ruin the story.

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Only looking forward to Man of Steel this year. I will watch many other films, but they don't excite me as much.

The mythos of Superman is one that I have not yet seen captured sufficiently on film. I know that was the big foray into having comic-book motion pictures, but the Christopher Reeve films were either just light and camp or cheesy in portraying Superman and CK. Superman Returns came close to conveying the conflict Clark feels in regard to duty and honor vs. his own personal needs and cares. I absolutely adore the casting of Russel Crowe and Jonathan Kent as Clark's two conflicting father figures; Jor-El and Jonathan Kent, respectively. From the trailers, it seems like this will be the defining conflict of what drives Clark Kent into becoming "Superman".

I like my superheroes conflicted between what he or she owes to a society that loves and fears him or her. "The Death of Superman" is one of my favorite storylines in any comic book, but I doubt it will ever be a film.

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A Good Day To Die Hard (aka Die Hard 5) is My number one film for 2013 but i think i might be putting a lot of pressure on a film made just because old actors revamping there old series is a hollywood trend. Also the Hobit II.

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Thor sequel, although I'm disappointed Branagh didn't continue through. I think he did an excellent job on the first one, balancing mythology, action and humor. I'd really like to be looking forward to Man of Steel, but everything about it seems so grim. I am hoping to see Joss Whedon's Much Ado About Nothing some time, but probably not in the theatres.

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I'm still waiting for one to excite me. :(