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Seattle Times writer Moira Macdonald muses on moviegoing. Email Moira: mmacdonald@seattletimes.com.

December 9, 2011 at 9:35 AM

Most anticipated movies of 2012

Oh, the heck with 2011 already; I’m just about to race out to see my fourth movie in 24 hours, and I’m getting a little Over It. So it’s interesting to see this survey from Fandango.com (which I found on Deadline.com), in which thousands of moviegoers were asked to name their most anticipated films of 2012. Here are the results:
THE MOST ANTICIPATED BLOCKBUSTER IN 2012:
According to Men:
1. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Warner Bros)
2. The Avengers (Marvel/Disney)
3. The Dark Knight Rises (Warner Bros)
4. The Bourne Legacy (Universal)
5. Men in Black III (Sony)
According to Women:
1. The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part 2 (Summit)
2. The Hunger Games (Lionsgate)
3. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (Warner Bros)
4. Dark Shadows (Warner Bros)
5. The Avengers (Marvel/Disney)
THE MOST ANTICIPATED REMAKE IN 2012:
According to Men:
1. Total Recall (Sony)
2. The Amazing Spider-Man (Sony)
3. The Great Gatsby (Warner Bros)
4. Snow White And The Huntsman (Universal)
5. Mirror Mirror (Relativity)
According to Women:
1. Snow White And The Huntsman (Universal)
2. The Great Gatsby (Warner Bros)
3. Mirror Mirror (Relativity)
4. Total Recall (Sony)
5. The Amazing Spider-Man (Sony)
Hmm. My most anticipated movies of 2012 are, in no particular order, “The Great Gatsby,” “The Dark Knight Rises,” “Anna Karenina” (which I assume will come out in 2012), “Dark Shadows,” the final “Paradise Lost” documentary, “Les Miserables,” and . . . well, probably a lot of movies I haven’t heard about yet. What about you?

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