5 Movie Posters That Have Us Pretty Psyched for 2016

By Megan Angelo

I have a friend who watches every single movie trailer that comes down the pike, but rarely sees a movie. I kind of get it: Previews are all promise and anticipation, with zero risk of disappointment. The same goes for posters — we don't know yet which 2016 films will flop and which will soar, so we can be 100 percent excited looking at this grabby art promoting some of next year's biggest releases. And we are, we are. I mean, just look:

Check out the gallery above for some of our favorite photos.

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"The Choice" (release date: February 5, 2016) | When it comes to the latest Nicholas Sparks flick, let your heart decide. As in, let your heart decide that you're just in the mood to look at beautiful people and not think too hard. Photo Credit: Glamour/Courtesy of films

"Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" (release date: February 5, 2016) | Oh u thought you were over zombies? Think again. With a cast like that, this adaptation is worth investing hope in. Photo Credit: Glamour/Courtesy of films

"Zoolander 2" (release date: February 12, 2016) | What a whirlwind. It seems like we had barely learned that "Zoolander 2" was really, truly happening when the trailer dropped, and now the model sequel comes out in a matter of weeks. Until then, we'll just be wrapping all our holiday gifts in this genius perfume ad inspired poster. Photo Credit: Glamour/Courtesy of films

"How to Be Single" (release date: February 12, 2016) | Truth be told, this poster isn't the best. No one's looking at anyone, you know? But we're on board enough with this dating comedy starring Dakota Johnson as a hapless newly-single gal to let the lack of eye contact slide. Photo Credit: Glamour/Courtesy of films

My Name Is Doris" (release date: March 11, 2016) | You might not know about "My Name Is Doris" but I bet after taking in Sally Field with that glorious bow in her hair, you're eager to hear more. Doris is a comedy about a woman who develops a crush on a much-younger guy in her office — Max Greenfield — and decides to go for it. Spoiler alert: He likes her, he really likes her! Just kidding... I don't know what happens. Photo Credit: Glamour/Courtesy of films