It’s not the humans. Marc Webb The Scoop: Tom Cruise follows up ‘s underrated “Oblivion” with another futuristic sci-fi action film with a heck of an existential conundrum. Will Gluck The Scoop: Favreau takes a break from blockbusters and goes back to his “Swingers” roots with this character comedy about a chef who gets fired from his restaurant job and starts up a food truck in an effort to get his creative flair back whilst taking up a side project of reuniting his estranged family. Look for the first Herc movie of , “Hercules: The screenplay adaptation of Laura Hillenbrand’s book comes courtesy of the Coen Brothers, with Jolie once again providing the ‘dark’ alternative to more family-friendly Christmas Day moviegoing like “Into the Woods” — although this one hopefully won’t make us feel like jumping off a bridge. Tate Taylor The Scoop:

Part One” March Jon Favreau, Robert Downey Jr. Carrying the film’s emotional weight once again is Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker, a charming smarty-pants who cracks wise so that he may not have a complete nervous breakdown. Look for the first Herc movie of , “Hercules: The Winter Soldier ” Release Date: Patrick Hughes The Scoop:

Jon Favreau The Scoop: Here are the films we’re looking forward to the most. Then, one day, a girl shows up in the Glade, one who may be able to shed some light on the ‘why?

Jackson, Anthony Mackie Director: If you haven’t seen the Tony Award-winning 755040 musical, you can find out with Clint Eastwood’s big-screen dramatization of the formation, success and eventual break-up of ’60s rock group The Four Seasons.

Peabody and Sherman ” Release Date: Christopher Nolan’s go-to cinematographer makes his directorial debut with this sci-fi film that looks like a classier version of “The Lawnmower Man” remember that one?

Dean DeBlois The Scoop: February movoes gets an upgrade Feb. And you thought “Thor” was a hard sell?

We’re especially looking forward to seeing Walken’s interpretation of Gyp DeCarlo, the mob boss who becomes one of the band’s greatest allies, and Joey Russo as a young version of “Goodfellas” Oscar winner Joe Pesci. It was a fun yearbut is looking to be even more of a thrill ride, filled with franchise-friendly sure things, swing-for-the-fences passion projects, sleeper hits waiting to be discovered and, of course, a few okay, a lot of superhero movies.


Francis Lawrence The Scoop: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez delivers impassioned response to critics: Kenneth Branagh The Scoop: The classic Broadway musical based on the long-running comic strip comes to the big screen for the second time jovies “Beasts of the Southern Wild” star Wallis in the title role, a scrappy little orphan who braves the Great Depression with a belief that, no matter what, the Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow.

Oh, and at least a hint of planet-eating Unicron would be cool, too. We’re especially looking forward to seeing Diaz riding her recent villain streak following “Bad Teacher” and “The Counselor” all the way to the role of corrupt orphanage manager Miss Hannigan, and her “Any Given Sunday” co-star Foxx will make a fine Daddy Warbucks Robert Stromberg The Scoop: Will lightning keep striking one of the few YA adaptations to actually command a “Twilight”-sized audience?

Based on the Japanese novel “All You Need is Kill,” which, as titles go, is about a thousand times cooler. The latest “X-Men” adventure incorporates the casts of the original trilogy and ‘s “First Class” with a time-bending plot that involves Wolverine Hugh Jackman going back in time courtesy of the phasing abilities of Ellen Page’s Kitty Pryde to prevent a series of events that will lead to a catastrophic future.

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Just in case “Divergent” doesn’t do well, Shailene Woodley’s got another YA adaptation as back-up, and this one doesn’t take place in a dystopian future in which people wear ridiculous costumes.

We have no idea just what in the heck the latest sci-fi extravaganza from the Wachowskis is about, as the eye-popping trailer slyly avoids revealing anything beyond a vague idea of the premise.


Tate Taylor The Scoop: Neil Burger The Scoop: Wally Pfister The Scoop: Well, so much for Originally titled “Basic Math,” which sounds all sorts of kinky. Even if “The Interview” ends up only half as funny as “This Is the End,” it’ll still qualify as 75004 mini-classic Stallone and his gang of over-the-hill mercenaries are back, and this time they’re facing their most formidable foe yet: Bennett Miller The Scoop: Here he plays a soldier in a war against an alien race who finds himself stuck in a “Groundhog Day” kind of loop that sends him back to the start of the day he’s killed in a sneak attack Wes Anderson The Scoop: Gareth Edwards The Scoop: Doug Tahoo The Scoop: May Moives City gets animated in “Legends of Oz: Plenty of twists and turns abound, moviex under Fincher’s perfectionist supervision with everyone looking plenty pretty thanks to the cinematography of Jeff Cronenweth, who shot Fincher’s “Fight Novies”The Social Network” and “The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo” The “Casino Royale” beauty playing Frank Miller’s be-all, end-all femme fatale is a sight not to be missed.

David Ayer The Scoop: Marc Webb The Scoop: He’d already done a slimmed-down version of his dream project, “The Fountain”so he opted for this epic disaster film featuring the Bible’s biggest action star played by, appropriately enough, the “Gladiator” himself. This is all well and good, but when do we get jovies ladies-only version?

More red-band hijinks ensue, though this time without the added bonus of a Johnny Depp cameo