Movies we’re looking forward to

This week I asked the team to share the movies they’re looking forward to seeing — whether it’s already out, coming soon, or coming not-so-soon. Before seeing Where The Wild Things Are last night, I saw the trailer for Wes Anderson’s lastest film, Fantastic Mr. Fox, and now that tops my list. Check out the trailer above.

While you’re at it, let us know what movies you’re looking forward to…

Michael Wagner: Fantastic Mr. Fox, Toy Story 3, Astro Boy, and The Book of Eli.

Emily Sears: The Road, The Lovely Bones, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, Daybreakers, The Wolfman, Shutter Island, Inception, and Alice in Wonderland.

Sean Palomino: Avatar, Ninja Assassin, The Wolfman, Where the Wild Things Are, and Until The Light Takes Us.

Brent Krische: X-Men Origins: Wolverine, Transformers 2, GI Joe, District 9, and Paranormal Activity.

Michael Onufrak: Shutter Island, The Tooth Fairy (Billy Crystal AND the Rock on the same screen?…come on), Avatar, Armored, Amelia, Boondock Saints II, and Ninja Assassin.

Jen Tonon, QA: Zombieland, Where the Wild Things Are, Paranormal Activity, The Men Who Stare at Goats, Toy Story 3 (whenever that happens), Red Cliff, and The Wolfman.

Ryan Lea: Where the Wild Things Are.

Dan Ross: Sherlock Holmes, The Wolfman, The Road, and The Book of Eli.

Mark Lampert: The Damned United and A Serious Man.

Jonah Lobe: Where the Wild Things Are, Avatar, The Road, and The Men Who Stare At Goats.

Yan Qin: Avatar, The Lovely Bones, Despicable Me, The Men Who Stare At Goats, The Wolfman, and Shutter Island.

Emil Pagliarulo: Paranormal Activity, Shutter Island, Avatar, Sherlock Holmes, The Wolfman, and Iron Man 2.

Nathan McDyer: Where the Wild Things Are, A Serious Man, The Men Who Stare at Goats, Pirate Radio (The Boat that Rocked), Broken Embraces, Iron Man 2, and The Wolfman.

Daryl Brigner: Avatar, The Road, Shutter Island, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Sherlock Holmes, The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus, and Edge of Darkness.

Shane Liesegang, Designer of Totally Rad Quests: The Road, The Men Who Stare At Goats, and Holmes.

Cory Dornbusch, QA Tester: Toy Story 3, Where the Wild Things Are, Zombieland, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, Moon, and The Road.

Pete Hines: Zombieland, The Road, and Holmes.

Michael Lattanzia, QA: 9, Zombieland, Inglorious Bastards, and Where the Wild Things Are.

Mike Lipari: The Road, Imaginarium of Dr Parnassus, Ong Bak 2, and 2012.

Matt Grandstaff: The Informant!, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Avatar, Shutter Island, More Than a Game, and The Road.

Reader Comments

  1. FANTASTIC MR.FOX looks visually amazing with a what seems like a great storyline. Boggles my mind to see such realistic looking fur in a anime. Twenty years ago it would have tooken forever to have such detail.

    Movies am looking forward to:

    TERMINATOR 5 hopefully there will be enough interest money wise to make a sequel with the same cast and a more dramatic plot like in the first TERMINATOR film which felt like a crime drama mixed in with sci-fi horror.

    HALLOWEEN 2 by Rob Zombie

  2. Hellbishop, you do know that it’s stop-motion (not CG) and that the reason the fur is so real-looking is because it is, right?

    Also, not surprised Antichrist isn’t on anyone’s list. Only see that movie if you’re a film student and/or haven’t thrown up in ten years. :/

  3. Sirwootalot i didnt know it was stop motion all i know is that it looks great 😀 Poor little foxies stuffed and forced into eternal acting slavery.

    Which Antichrist would that be the italian 1970s version with Carla Gravina,Mel Ferrer and Arthur Kennedy? It has such a wonderful witches sabbath scene 😀