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One of the most fun and heartwarming animated films in recent memory, How to Train Your Dragon managed to offer the closest experience to actually flying while sitting in a theater seat ever – even more than James Cameron's Avatar, arguably. The entire voice cast, and our favorite dragon Toothless return for the eagerly anticipated followup.
We're still bitter about Andy Serkis not getting some sort of Academy Award nomination for his incredible motion-capture performance as Caeser in Rise of the Planet of the Apes. In the followup, which takes place many years later after the catastrophic events of Rise, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes introduces a new cast of human characters to surround the scene-stealing Serkis.
Gareth Evans impressed us with The Raid: Redemption and its mindblowing action sequences, and the fact that its getting a sequel is reason enough to get excited about seeing more of Rama (Iko Uwais) kicking butt on screen. The Raid 2: Berandal sees Uwais (and director Evans) return for the main role in a story that takes place just hours after the original.
While The Amazing Spider-Man brought us a wonderful cast, its story was lacking and in some respects, incomplete. With the 'setup' out of the way and plans for multiple sequels and spinoffs officially announced by Sony, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 has high expectations and a cast array of characters from the comics all (seemingly) carefully placed for the future of the series. With so much riding in the next Peter Parker adventure, we can't help but get excited about the potential of another Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Despite saying otherwise for quite sometime, Michael Bay decided to return to the director's chair for Transformers: Age of Extinction. The franchise's fourth live-action installment introduces new lead human characters led by Mark Wahlberg as well as plenty of new Cybertronian vehicles, including the fan-favorite Dinobots. After Bay improved upon the action sequences and visuals for Transformers: Dark of the Moon, we're amped to see more of Optimus Prime and company destroying more villains in the followup. Maybe this time we'll get to know some of the supporting bots?
With The Dark Knight trilogy behind him and Inception proving director Christopher Nolan's creativity when it comes to science fiction, it's impossible to not get excited about Chris Nolan and his brother's screenplay about astronauts travelling through the first discovered wormhole.
Our insiders told us long ago that the script for Captain America 2 was something to get excited about and when we saw the footage for The Winter Soldier at Comic-Con we couldn't believe how impressive the action sequences, characters and visuals looked. After Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World attempted to deliver standalone experiences, we're excited to get back to S.H.I.E.L.D. and the other, less-super heroes of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in a film that's hyped up to be the bridge between The Avengers and 2015′s The Avengers: Age of Ultron.
X-Men: Days of Future Past serves not only as a sequel to X-Men: First Class, but as a followup to the original X-Men movie trilogy that brings almost every hero and villain back. Bryan Singer returns to the director's chair to tell a time travel story that has the potential to "fix" the continuity of the long-running superhero franchise and help launch all sorts of sequels and spinoffs. In fact, a sequel is already in the works with a confirmed release date in 2016.
The riskiest and most obscure project from Marvel Studios to date, Guardians of the Galaxy attempts to not only take the Marvel Cinematic Universe into space, but aims to do so with several sets of all-new heroes and villains and an all-new cast. Having seen the teaser footage at Comic-Con and having read all of the comics writer-director James Gunn is drawing inspiration from, we're pumped that Marvel is taking a chance on this property.
Two years in a row, Warner Bros and Legendary stole the show at Comic-Con with footage for the reboot of Godzilla, and with an all-star cast and amazing special effects – not to mention a variety of monsters for Godzilla to battle – we're most excited about the return of Godzilla to the big screen. The official Godzilla trailer helped reinforce our anticipation.