In an effort to cure his cancer, former special forces operative Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds) undergoes an experiment that leaves him with super human abilities. Armed with his new powers, and a twisted sense of humour, Wilson adopts his alter-ego Deadpool and tracks down the man who nearly destroyed his life.
Release date in the UK: 10th February 2016
A follow up to the 2001 cult-classic comedy in which two dumb male models (Stiller and Wilson) saved the world by using the famous Blue Steel pout. The time has come for them again be the heroes as the government need Derek and Hansel to help them defeat the evil Mugatu (Ferrell).
Release date in the UK: 12th February 2016
Jason Kelly (Efron) reunites with grandfather Dick (De Niro) at his grandmother’s funeral just before his wedding. Uptight Jason is then tricked into driving his perverted, ex Special Forces grandfather to Florida for Spring Break where he’ll live life on the edge and decide if he really does want to be married.
Release date in the UK: 25th January 2016
Sacha Baron Cohen’s latest instalment, Grimsby, is based on a stereotypical football hooligan from England teaming up with his brother, a rogue Black Ops spy, to save the world. The plot may not sound too enticing but with Cohen’s previous films consisting of Ali G, Borat, Bruno and The Dictator this will no doubt be a hit.
Release date in the UK: 24th February 2016