In Theaters – March 25, 2016 – Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice Movie Poster

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

– After the fight over scheduling with Captain America: Civil War, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has the legal battle of the century! I kid. 18 months have passed since Superman and Zod’s battle destroyed much of Metropolis and much of humanity is still trying to come to grips with someone as powerful as Superman running around with no check. Bruce Wayne, flying across the bay from Gotham to try to save employees at one of his buildings, blames Superman for their deaths and the destruction that affected thousands. Fueling the fires of battle between them is Lex Luthor with a full head of hair as he provokes Batman, Superman, and the government and using them all in order to gain more power himself. The best part is that there was supposed to be a football game between Metropolis and Gotham that was filmed before the final script was even finished and then it was never used in the film. I can’t wait to see if that’s in the Rated R version.

– Stars Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Amy Adams, Jesse Eisenberg, Diane Lane, Laurence Fishburne, Jeremy Irons, Holly Hunter, and Gal Gadot. Directed by Zack Snyder. Rated PG-13.

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 Movie Poster

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2

– When their teenage daughter is about to graduate from high school (making you feel older than you really are because not that much time has passed), Toula and Ian realize they’ve lost some of the spark in their relationship and Toula’s family’s continual interruption of their private lives hasn’t helped them to be able to reconnect. When it’s discovered that Toula’s parents were never officially married, the entire Portokalos family comes together to have an even bigger wedding than before, just like some classic sitcom setup or an episode of the Flintstones.

– Stars Nia Vardalos, John Corbett, Lainie Kazan, Michael Constantine, Andrea Martin, Ian Gomez, Elena Kampouris, Gerry Mendicino, John Stamos, Rita Wilson, and Joey Fatone. Directed by Kirk Jones. Rated PG-13.

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