How far can a ripped torso take a movie? Pray that The Legend of Tarzan is the jungle adventure answer to Magic Mike XXL.
On paper, this summer's animalistic action movie looks like a huge win. There's Alexander Skarsgård, hunk on the outside, thoughtful actor on the inside (see: Diary of a Teenage Girl). There's Margot Robbie, on the precipice of stardom after The Wolf of Wall Street, Focus, and a high-profile role in August's Suicide Squad). There's two-time Oscar winner Christoph Waltz, villainizing alongside his Django Unchained co-star Samuel L. Jackson. And behind the camera there's David Yates, who directed the final four Harry Potter movies -- all eclectic, all dazzling. There's never been a truly great Tarzan movie (you try watching that Disney version again), but hey, 2016 is a good time to start.