While the past few years may have been a bit lackluster when it comes to entertainment, we’ve got a lot to look forward to in the coming years. Not only are we getting a ton of superhero movies (which keep getting better and better, if we forget about Fantastic Four), but some great TV shows are getting renewed, and gamers will get to play some amazing titles. Here are the best upcoming titles in each mainstream entertainment spectrum:
The past year was great for fans of old movies, as not only did we get Jurassic World, but we also got Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens, which has overcome everyone’s expectations and set the story for the new trilogy. 2016 has already started great, with a lot of great comedies, including the Deadpool movie, which scored the biggest opening day, making a record $47.5M on Friday. I really hope you enjoy superhero movies, because we’ll be getting those a lot in the following years, as they’re currently in their prime. Star Wars fans will also enjoy the upcoming years, as Episode VIII is due for 2017, and in December, we will get a spin-off taking place between episodes III and IV, called Rogue One, which will focus on the rebels getting the Death Star plans.
Below you will find a list of upcoming superhero movies:
TV show fans are also going to have an amazing year, with lots of amazing shows getting new seasons. Earlier this year, Netflix has announced that their service is now available worldwide, with a few small exceptions (communist countries like China or small countries such as Qatar still don’t have access), so now people worldwide will have access to a rich library of continuously updated content.
The second season of Better Call Saul is going to start airing on February 15, and people outside the United States will get access to each episode a day after it airs in the U.S. It seems that Netflix users in the United States are going to miss out on this, and they will only be able to watch the new episodes on AMC’s website. The Walking Dead will also return on February 14, for the second half of its sixth season.
New seasons of Netflix Original series are going to be released in March, with the new House of Cards season dropping on the 4th, and Daredevil dropping on the 18th.
Last but not least, the gaming industry is going to be buzzing with activity this year, more like any other. While Ubisoft has announced that there will be no Assassin’s Creed title this year, other series are going to run their “natural” course, with popular franchises such as Call of Duty continuing in 2016.
In less than a month, we’ll get Tom Clancy’s The Division, which is an already popular title, and in less than two months we will get the highly anticipated Quantum Break for both Xbox and Windows 10 PCs. On February 25, Microsoft will hold a press conference about Xbox and Windows 10 gaming, in which I am sure we will hear about a lot more upcoming AAA titles. It also seems that Electronic Arts has so much content to offer this year, that E3 couldn’t contain it. Thus, they have announced “EA Play”, an event taking place on 12-14 June, ending one day before E3’s official start. Many other conferences with game reveals will take place this summer, as AMD has confirmed that the PC Gaming Show, which debuted at last year’s E3, will return this year.
EA has also recently launched their “EA Access” for PCs too, as “Origin Access”, which offers a lot of great games for 5 dollars/4 euros per month, and we can only expect that more games will be added to the “Vault”. The next game to be added is Torchlight 2, and more will be added this year.