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2016 may be biggest blockbuster season ever

As more and more studios started booking slots in 2015, it became clear that next year’s slate of films could possibly be the greatest lineup in cinema history.

There’s sequels to vastly popular franchises like “The Hunger Games,” “Jurassic Park,” “The Terminator” and “James Bond.” The public relations disaster with Edgar Wright and Marvel Studios has more people buzzing about “Ant-Man” than ever before and fans are simultaneously leery/curious as to what will become of “Fast & Furious 7” and how the franchise will handle the death of co-leading man Paul Walker. That doesn’t account for “The Avengers: Age of Ultron,” undoubtedly the most anticipated comic book sequel ever and possibly the most anticipated sequel period with “Star Wars: Episode VII.”

But the more 2015 got jam-packed, other studios opted to plant their flag in 2016 and all the shuffling the scheduling deck has led to an interesting scenario where 2016 is looking like it could rival 2015’s all-star lineup. Here’s the impressive lineup of what is slated to show up in theaters two years from now.

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