Fandango’s Hot 2011 List: Most Anticipated Movies, Next Big Star and Most Mismatched Couple

Erik Davis

As we near the hotly-anticipated start of 2011, we here at Fandango decided to put out a call to filmgoers to see what (and who) they were most looking forward to in the New Year. We’ve already shared with you the results of the Sexiest Men and Women in 2011 Movies (voted on by over 1,000 filmgoers right here at Fandango), and now we’re going to shake things up by revealing the results of some of our most talked-about polls: The Most Anticipated Blockbuster of 2011, The Next Big American Movie Star in 2011 and Most Mismatched Movie Couple in 2011.

Let’s begin with the blockbusters, where both Harry Potter and The Twilight Saga were put head to head, revealing that both men and women are anticipating Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 the most out of all other movies arriving in theaters in 2011. You won’t see Breaking Dawn, Part 1 anyway near the men’s list (though it is number two on the women’s list), and, surprisingly, The Hangover 2 beat out other blockbusters like Transformers: Dark of the Moon and Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides on both lists. Perhaps the biggest surprise, however, is that neither Marvel movie (Thor or Captain America: The First Avenger) cracked the top five for men or women. Check out the full results below …
THE MOST ANTICIPATED BLOCKBUSTER OF 2011: MEN’S PICKS:
 
THE MOST ANTICIPATED BLOCKBUSTER OF 2011: WOMEN’S PICKS:  
1.            HARRY POTTER AND THE DEATHLY HALLOWS , PART 2  24%
2.            THE TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN, PART 1  20%
3.            THE HANGOVER 2 16%
4.            PIRATES OF THE CARRIBEAN: ON STRANGER TIDES 14%
5.            TRANSFORMERS: DARK OF THE MOON 5%
 
Next up we have the most mismatched movie couple of 2011, a title that, for men, belongs to Seth Rogen and Cameron Diaz in The Green Hornet, and for women rests solely with Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston in Just Go With It. Other mismatched couples on the list include Kevin James and Winona Ryder (The Dilemma), Kevin James and Rosario Dawson (Zookeeper) and Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Connelly (The Dilemma). Geez, poor Kevin James – is a guy who’s large and in charge not allowed to date a pretty lady? Check out the full results below …
 
2011’s MOST MISMATCHED MOVIE COUPLE: MEN’S PICKS
1.            Seth Rogen & Cameron Diaz (THE GREEN HORNET) 24%
2.            Adam Sandler & Jennifer Aniston (JUST GO WITH IT) 17%
3.            Nicolas Cage & Amber Heard (DRIVE ANGRY) 13%
4.            Kevin James & Winona Ryder (THE DILEMMA) 12%
5.            Kevin James & Rosario Dawson (ZOOKEEPER) 12%
 
2011’S MOST MISMATCHED MOVIE COUPLE: WOMEN’S PICKS
1.            Adam Sandler & Jennifer Aniston (JUST GO WITH IT) 24%
2.            Seth Rogen & Cameron Diaz (THE GREEN HORNET) 22%
3.            Kevin James & Winona Ryder (THE DILEMMA) 13%
4.            Kevin James & Rosario Dawson (ZOOKEEPER) 12%
5.            Vince Vaughn & Jennifer Connelly (THE DILEMMA) 9%
 
Finally, we have the results of The Next Big American Movie Star in 2011 polls. Both men and women were in agreement on this one, choosing Blake Lively (The Green Lantern) as their number one choice. Other notable additions: Justin Bieber (Never Say Never) made both lists (number four for men and two for women), while Jay Chou also scored a spot with both sexes. The similarities ended there, as the men chose all men, and the women made sure to get some of their own on the list, including January Jones (X-Men: First Class) and Lea Michele (New Year’s Eve). Check out the full results below.
 
THE NEXT BIG AMERICAN MOVIE STAR IN 2011: MEN’S PICKS
1.            Blake Lively (Green Lantern)  17%
2.            Tom Hardy (Tailor, Tinker, Soldier, Spy) 9%
3.            Chris Hemsworth  (Thor) 7%
4.            Justin Bieber (Never Say Never) 7%
5.            Jay Chou (The Green Hornet) 6%
 
 
THE NEXT BIG AMERICAN MOVIE STAR IN 2011: WOMEN’S PICKS
1.            Blake Lively (Green Lantern) 19%
2.            Justin Bieber (Never Say Never) 12%
3.            January Jones (X-Men: First Class) 11%
4.            Lea Michele (New Year’s Eve) 6%
5.            Jay Chou (The Green Hornet) 6%
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