There's something that's just epically awesome about giant creatures that rampage all through the streets of a major city that was first introduced with the first "King Kong" film, perfected by the Japanese with their "Godzilla" series, and then finally having come full circle with Peter Jackson's "King Kong" 2005 remake. This time however instead of a complete remake of the original movie, though, "Kong: Skull Island" will serve as a complete reboot of the entire Kong Franchise, with the intention of branching out into other media as well.
So what do you get when you take the Avengers, and add in a mixture of fun, a memorable cast of nonhuman characters, 80's pop music, and an epic adventure to save the entire galaxy instead of just the world? You get the Guardians of the Galaxy, that's what. The first Guardians of the Galaxy was such an unexpected hit that many didn't think it stood a chance against venerated franchises and installments such as Iron Man, Captain America, Thor and others in the Marvel Universe. But boy was everyone wrong, and it ended up smashing many box office expectations that make it still one of the highest grossing films in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Movies that have been based around the Wolverine character have been kind of a grab bag of differing quality for the last 20 years that 20th century Fox have been producing movies that starred Hugh Jackman in the titular role. While the character himself is a continuing popular pop culture icon thanks in large part to the multitude of fans who have grown up with the character for several generations, with the character starring in different media such as Cartoons, Video Games, Comic Books, and even Music. However, the movies that starred Wolverine have been altogether different, mostly due to the fact that the various different director, screenwriters, and producers involved in their production saw the character differently.
Country: United States
Director: Zack Snyder
Movie or TV Series Plot: Fearing that the actions of Superman are left unchecked, Batman takes on the Man of Steel, while the world wrestles with what kind of a hero it really needs....