Must Watch Movies 2016 and 12 Other Movie Theme Homes !

Movie themes make a great backdrop that can be used over and over again simply by changing the movie you show. Another benefit to the theme is that it is appropriate for all age groups. Keeping home renovation similar to those you would find in a movie theater helps keep the home simple and inexpensive. Get started now planning and crafting decorations for your very own blockbuster movie theme homes!

Let's See Our Own Visualisation of all upcoming 2016 must-see MOVIE theme homes!

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Kungfu Panda 3 Movie

What it’s about: Jack Black returns as the voice of lovable martial-artist panda Po in the third adventure in this animated series. Po reunites with his long-lost father Li (Bryan Cranston), and the pair travel to a secret panda sanctuary. There, they must work together to defeat a new enemy: a powerful yak (J.K. Simmons) who grows stronger by stealing the life force of other warriors.

Why we care: Even with its release date a year away, last year, the deafening hype surrounding Kung Fu Panda 3 had reached a fever pitch. Fans were foaming at the mouth over the prospect of reuniting with Jack Black’s rotund panda Po and the rest of his partners in kung fu.

Release Date:March 10

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Deadpool Movie

What it’s about: Lethal mercenary Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) undergoes elective – and experimental – surgery after learning that he has been diagnosed with cancer. He emerges with an array of powers that turn him into Deadpool… only, none of the powers get in the way of his sarcastic humor and his motor mouth.

Why we care: Because Ryan Reynolds has been fighting behind the scenes for years to bring a proper version of Deadpool to the big screen, and Fox finally is giving him a chance after fans went nuts for leaked Deadpool footage that went viral and solidified the tone of Tim Miller’s superhero movie. If Deadpool connects, Fox might have a new superhero property that they can explore and expand for years to come.

Release Date: February 12

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Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

What it’s about: Um, Batman (Ben Affleck) fights Superman (Henry Cavill). You need more than that? OK, fine. Zack Snyder’s hugely anticipated follow up to hisMan of Steel pits the Caped Crusader against the alien "invader" from Krypton, with Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) pulling he strings to manipulate the heroes from behind the scenes.

Why we care: For a number of different reasons, but primarily because Batman v Superman is expected to help launch the DC Cinematic Universe, which technically began with <ibut is shifting into higher gears with Snyder’s March blockbuster. Gal Gadot will be introduced as Wonder Woman. We might get a glimpse at additional Justice League members. And if this movie succeeds, it will set the stage for the nest few years of DC solo adventures – as well as Justice League movies. Move over, Marvel?

Release Date: March 25

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Captain America: Civil War

What it’s about: In the aftermath of a very public attack, the leaders of the world begin to debate how many restrictions should be placed on super-powered beings, with Captain America (Steve Rogers) and Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) landing on opposing sides of the discussion. The ensuing "war" will pit several Marvel heroes against each other… while also introducing new heroes like Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) and Spider-Man (Tom Holland).

Why we care: Officially, this is the first movie in Marvel’s Phase Three of films, and it will help launch several important standalone films, as well as anticipated sequels. Everything in the MCU is now pointed directly at the two Avengers: Infinity Warsfilms, but curious fans will want to see if a potentially overcrowded Civil War can avoid some of the failings of Age of Ultron. For now, we just want to see a trailer!

Release Date: May 6

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X-Men: Apocalypse


What it’s about: Set in the 1980s, on the new timeline established by X-Men: Days of Futures Past, Apocalypse sees Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) and his merry mutants taking on a centuries-old threat (Oscar Isaac) with powers the superhero group has never faced before.

Why we care: The X-Men franchise is at a crossroads. Producer Simon Kinberg has been saying that X-Men: Apocalypse will close out the First Class trilogy, and sure enough, Fox is moving forward with new branches focusing on Deadpool, The New Mutants, Gambit and beyond. But the X-Men will always be the base, andApocalypse will introduce younger versions of classic characters like Cyclops, Storm, Jean Grey and Nightcrawler. So long as audiences respond in kind to these versions, we should see more X-Men movies with them… right?

Release Date: May 27

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

What it’s about: The Turtles come into conflict with T.C.R.I. scientist Dr. Baxter Stockman, the Foot Clan and the return of their enemy, TheShredder, who has hired Stockman to create mutants of his own in the form of Bebop and Rocksteady. Meanwhile, an invasion above New York City is led by the Dimension X inhabitant known as Krang. The Turtles are joined in the fight by their human friends, April O'Neil, Vern Fenwick and the vigilante Casey Jones.

Why we care: It’s mostly young kids who love this franchise now anyway, so I suppose that’s fine. But it would be nice to have something that kid and adult fans alike can enjoy. Oh, well. Grown up fans can always just go watch the first two movies from the ’90s instead.

Release Date: June 3

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Warcraft Movie 

What it’s about: By adapting the extremely popular role-playing game, director Duncan Jones recreates the peaceful realm of Azeroth, which currently is on the brink of war. He’s bringing to life classic Orc warriors who will need the help of human fighters who’ll engage in a conflict that will decide the fate of their family, their people and their home.

Why we care: Because the fate of the video-game-as-movie movement hangs in the balance, and films like Warcraft can go a long way toward forwarding the notion that video games can be the next comic books when it comes to inspiring massive cinematic universes. Warcraft will lead the charge – along with Assassin’s Creed -- to prove that far-reaching stories (like Uncharted, as an example) have a place on the silver screen, and that Tomb Raider and Doom shouldn’t spell "doom" for the game-to-movie movement. If this is good, we’ll see Warcraft movies for years to come.

Release Date: June 10

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What it’s about: Two friends (Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy) who are ostracized by the scientific community launch a ghost-busting franchise in New York City right around the time that supernatural activity begins to ramp up.

Why we care: Because Ghostbusters has been trying to get back on track for years now, and with the original stars failing to figure out an avenue, Sony went with Paul Feig and his idea for an all-female reboot. No matter how you feel about your childhood memories being rebooted, there’s no denying that Feig found a funny foursome to play the new Ghostbusters, and this might be the launch of a successful franchise that also could spinoff in new directions.

Release Date: July 15

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Suicide Squad

What it’s about: Major villains from the DC comics universe join forces for a silver-screen adventure that will finally bring to life classic Batman villains like Harley Quinn (Margot Robbie) and Killer Croc (Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje), while also introducing the latest screen incarnation of The Joker (Jared Leto).

Why we care: Because of all the superhero movies that we have enjoyed over the years, no one has tried this before – a feature film focused primarily on the villains (though Ben Affleck’s Batman is expected to make more than a cameo). Suicide Squad also will further develop the DC Cinematic Universe, arriving an the opportune time of following Batman v Superman and, hopefully, extending the good vibes caused by Zack Snyder’s blockbuster. Also, have you seen Margot Robbie’s Harley? It’s perfection. She is why we care.

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What it’s about: We are hearing that Gambit’s first solo film will be a heist movie, and a sexy thriller. But so many things have happened behind the scenes on this movie that, until there’s more stability, I’m not even 100% certain the movie can make its 2016 release date.

Why we care: Because Gambit just confirmed that Doug Liman The Bourne Identity,Edge of Tomorrow) has been hired to helm Channing Tatum’s spinoff mutant adventure, which we HOPE will restore Remy to a place of stature after X-Men: Origins – Wolverine. Gambit can be a fun and exciting on-screen character, and thisGambit film may rejuvenate interest in the character the way that Deadpool looks to rescue Ryan Reynolds’ favorite anti-hero. Fox would like Gambit to help the studio expand on the X-Men franchise. Let’s see the movie, and decide how possible that is.

Release Date: October 7

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

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What it’s about: Set in the time between Revenge of the Sith and A New Hope, Gareth Edwards’ Rogue One reportedly is going to follow a band of Rebellion fighters who are tasked with stealing the plans fir the Death Star. You know, the ones that eventually will allow a scrappy pilot named Luke (Mark Hamill) to drop a well-placed blast into the heart of the ominous structure.

Why we care: Lucasfilm’s plan for a revitalized Star Wars universe is vast, andRogue One will be the first feature to exist outside of J.J. Abrams’ new trilogy of films – allowing directors and storytellers who grew up on Star Wars to play in the sandbox with characters they wouldn’t normally have access to. We’re supposed to get a Boba Fett and Han Solo movie in time, but Rogue One is the one that will tell us just how hungry for new Star Wars stories the movie-going public is. Will it be as anticipated as The Force Awakens? Can anything realistically match that level of hype?

Release Date: December 16

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Assassin’s Creed

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What it’s about: Based on the video game franchise of the same name, Assassin’s Creed introduces a bartender (played by Michael Fassbender) who is kidnapped and forced by a shadowy corporation to travel back in time and relive the adventures of his ancestors, medieval warriors who retrieved valuable artifacts in exotic locations.

Why we care: Because Fassbender’s an incredible actor, lending his talents (and therefore, credibility) to a video game franchise with TONS of potential, if they can get the first movie right. Set in beautiful ancient cities and connected to incredible fights and stunts, a series of Assassin’s Creed movies could become as anticipated as the next Marvel or DC film. The trouble is, the producers of Prince of Persiaprobably felt the exact same way. We won’t know until we know, so lets wait until December, and hope for the best.

Release Date: December 21

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