Poll: What is Your Most Anticipated Movie for December?

As we reach the end of another year, we're greeted with a new crop of movies set to hit theaters. Some of the most anticipated movies of the year will be opening in the final month of 2012 and so we decided to see which film you're most looking forward to.

The Hobbit, Django Unchained and Les Miserables come into the month with the most buzz and anticipation while smaller award contenders, The Impossible, Zero Dark Thirty, Promised Land and On the Road will get a limited release in order to qualify for the Oscars nomination process.

And then there's the usual crop of comedies from Seth Rogen in The Guilt Trip and Gerard Butler in Playing for Keeps to Billy Crystal returning from a decade-long hiatus from live action films with Parental Guidance. Speaking of Crystal, Mike Wazowski and Sulley (John Goodman) from Monsters, Inc. return to theaters in Disney's latest 3D re-release.

The comedy genre wouldn't be complete without Judd Apatow as the director takes a look at the lives of Pete and Debbie a few years after the events of Knocked Up with This is 40.

Meanwhile, Tom Cruise returns to theaters in Jack Reacher and Paramount looks to wow movie-goers with Cirque Du Soleil: Worlds Away.

There plenty to choose from, so sound off in the poll below and let us know which movie you're looking forward to the most!


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