Most Anticipated Movies of 2009

It is the end of 2008, so it's time to look forward to what's coming ahead in 2009. As these are probably the most anticipated movies of 2009. Maybe they will make a lot of money, maybe they wont. There might be a Dark Knight amongst them, or a Love Guru. We'll just have to wait and see. Bring on the 2009 movie season.
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Watchmen (March 6)
From the director of 300, it does have it's flash and big gr
aphic novel fan base. We'll see if this will actually be released as schedule, since well it is in a hefty legal battle.

Monsters Vs Aliens (March 27)
Dreamworks Animation, looks like they might be catching up with Pixar on this film.

Fast and Furious (April 3)
Mad Max wannabe? Well, Vin Diesel and Paul Walker, and pretty much the entire cast of the original return.

Hannah Montana: The Movie (April 10)
High School Musical 3, and that other Hannah Montana movie makes bank, you can't ignore this one.

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (April 29)
The first X-men spinoff, which is pretty much the same Wolverine storyline as the first two X-men movies.

Star Trek (May 8)
Boldly go where no man has gone before. This time with Lost creator J.J. Abrams behind it.

Angels and Demons (May 15)
Now what Tom Hanks movie hasn't done well?

Night at the Museum: Escape from the Smithsonian (May 22)
The first one did extremely well, so look for this to do well with families again.

Terminator Salvation (May 22)
4th of the series, no Arnold, but Christian Bale attached. A very big summer movie.

Up (May 29)

Land of the Lost (June 5)
Will Ferrell in a remake, should do pretty well.

Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen (June 26)
Michael Bay is back, along with Shia Lebeouf and Megan Fox, might be the biggest hit of the year despite the first one being, just alright.

Public Enemies (July 1)
Johnny Depp as John Dillinger, Christian Bale as the G-men on his tail. All brought together by Michael Mann. Oooh!

Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (July 1)
The first two did extremely well... I have yet to see the second one.

Bruno (July 10)
Sacha Baron Cohen is at it again, this time as a flamboyant fashion expert.

Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince (July 17)
This one got pushed back to this date, well...because Warner Bros. thinks they can rule July like they did in 2008.

Funny People (July 31)
Adam Sandler and Seth Rogen together in a film by Knocked Up and 40 Year Old Virgin director Judd Apatow.

GI Joe: Rise of the Cobra (August 7)
Every boy that grew up in the 80's is gonna see this. Hell yeah.

Inglourious Basterds (August 21)
Tarantino doing a war epic...should be interesting.

Where the Wild Things Are (October 16)
Spike Jonze latest based on the famous children's novel. Might sink or fly, even though this has been consistently in movie lingo the past couple of years or so.

A Christmas Carol (November 6)
Robert Zemeckis is back with his 3-D motion capture techniques as Jim Carrey takes on Scrooge.

New Moon (November 20)
Twilight fans rejoice, as the sequel hits.

Sherlock Holmes (November 20)
Comeback star of the moment, actor Robert Downey Jr., stars as the famous detective.

The Lovely Bones (November 28)
Peter Jackson directs a crime drama thriller.

Avatar (December 18)
James Cameron hasn't made a motion picture since Titanic more than 10 years ago. This one is supposed to have mind blowing 3D visuals. Need I say more?

The Princess and the Frog (December 25)
Disney returns to their hand drawn technique that's been absent in nearly 5 years.

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