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‘Rogue One: A Star Wars Story’ Named Most-Anticipated Film of 2016

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No doubt buoyed by the blockbuster success of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” was named as the most-anticipated film of 2016 in a survey conducted by Fandango.

The online ticketing service asked visitors in the final weeks of December which films, stars and roles they’re most looking forward to in the coming year. The first standalone “Star Wars” movie topped the list, followed by “Finding Dory,” “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,” the new Jason Bourne film and “Captain America: Civil War.”

Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman from “Batman v Superman” was voted as the most-anticipated comic book character debuting in a major role.

Here are the full results of the survey:

Most Anticipated Movie:

  1. “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” (December 16)
  2. “Finding Dory” (June 17)
  3. “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” (March 25)
  4. Untitled Jason Bourne Movie (July 29)
  5. “Captain America: Civil War” (May 6)
  6.  “Star Trek Beyond” (July 22)
  7. “Independence Day: Resurgence” (June 24)
  8. “X-Men: Apocalypse” (May 27)
  9. “Zoolander No. 2” (February 12)
  10. “The Jungle Book” (April 15)

Most Anticipated Actress:

  1. Melissa McCarthy (“Ghostbusters”)
  2. Scarlett Johansson (“Captain America: Civil War”)
  3. Jennifer Lawrence (“X-Men: Apocalypse”)
  4. Emily Blunt (“The Girl on the Train”)
  5. Charlize Theron (“The Huntsman: Winter’s War”)

Most Anticipated Actor:

  1. Matt Damon (Untitled Jason Bourne Movie)
  2. Will Smith (“Suicide Squad”)
  3. Ryan Reynolds (“Deadpool”)
  4. Ben Affleck (“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”)
  5. George Clooney (“Hail, Caesar!”)

Rising Female Movie Star:

  1. Sophie Turner (“X-Men: Apocalypse”)
  2. Leslie Jones (“Ghostbusters”)
  3. Karen Fukuhara (“Suicide Squad”)
  4. Christina Wren (“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”)
  5. Nadia Hilker (“The Divergent Series: Allegiant”)

Rising Male Movie Star:

  1. Tom Holland (“Captain America: Civil War”)
  2. Riz Ahmed (“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”)
  3. Tye Sheridan (“X-Men: Apocalypse”)
  4. Stephan James (“Race”)
  5. Ed Speleers (“Alice Through the Looking Glass”)

Most Anticipated Comic Book Character Debuting in a Major Role:

  1. Wonder Woman (Gal Godot in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”)
  2. Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds in “Deadpool”)
  3. Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie in “Suicide Squad”)
  4. Aquaman (Jason Momoa in “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”)
  5. Doctor Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch in “Doctor Strange”)
  6. Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman in “Captain America: Civil War”)

Comments

  • Robert Dassler

    Aw, that’s so cute. Some people are actually looking forward to seeing Zack Snyder’s Batman & Wonder Woman movie.

  • Gregory A. Swarthout

    Hells ya!

  • Nap60

    Yeah this doesn’t represent me or my opinions so let’s just say some people’s most anticipated.

  • Shizzle My Nizzle

    plainly a shitload of people are, ya gd curmudgeon.

  • Robert Dassler

    People who clearly need their heads examined. At least Daredevil is coming out the same day. That way people can go and see Batman & Wonder Woman then go home and ease the pain by binge watching the second season on Netflix.

  • kill robert dassler

    Dumbass retard troll.

  • Nono

    Did the survey consist of 1 person?….

  • Nono

    Did the survey consist of 1 person?….

  • David Macadam

    I’m genuinely surprised Warcraft didnt rate somewhere in the top 10 of this list. Where do they get this info from and how big a pool of people? I would comfortably estimate over 25 million people world wide have had something to do with World of Warcraft and Blizzard products over the years. Hard not to acknowledge a fan base like that and then add in the people that the trailer appealed to that dont know anything about Warcraft

    Bull shit list I say.

  • JanusThornsNJellyBabies

    Clearly people want a Wonder Woman movie but could care less for Gal Gadot.

  • Marcus

    I didn’t like Zack Snyder’s Superman either, and I’m pretty sad that he’s one of the main architects of the DCCU. But even then, it’s pretty hard to deny the excitment over Superman and Batman’s first big screen, live action meeting.

  • Gregory A. Swarthout

    How, exactly, is that clear?