A new survey revealed the most anticipated movies of the year. The latest “Star Wars” film became a hit and it wouldn’t be too surprising if fans are asking for more.

In a survey conducted by ticket site Fandango.com, moviegoers were asked to vote for the movies they would like to see in 2016. “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story,” “Finding Dory” and “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” are among the most anticipated movies this year.

Star Wars” got the top spot and it was highly expected, according to Erik Davis, Fandango’s Managing Editor.

Davis said,

“‘Star Wars’ is conquering everything out there — it’s a box office behemoth. Seeing ‘Rogue One’ at No. 1 for 2016 shouldn’t be a surprise, even if I don’t think many people know it’s not a sequel.”

According to USA Today, “Rogue One” is the first standalone “Star Wars” film. Fandango Chief Correspondent Dave Karger noted that “Star Wars” fans are already counting down the days until December 16.

For those who didn’t expect “Finding Dory” to land the second spot, Davis has an explanation.

“Adults loved the original, and there’s a whole generation of kids who have grown up with a true fondness for ‘Finding Nemo.’ People have wanted to see these characters on the screen for a very long time.”

Upcoming DC film “Batman vs Superman” is third on the list, followed by an untitled Jason Bourne Movie. The untitled movie marks the popularity of Matt Damon, who’s the most anticipated actor in the poll. It was ahead of another superhero film, “Captain America: Civil War,” who got the fifth place.

Karger explained,

“The new year promises plenty of action, star turns and first-time comic book adaptations to satisfy a wide range of consumers and to continue the momentum of 2015’s banner year for moviegoing.”

Here’s the Top 10 Most Anticipated Movies of 2016:

1.      Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (December 16)

2.      Finding Dory (June 17)

3.      Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice (March 25)

4.       Untitled Jason Bourne Movie (July 29)

5.      Captain America: Civil War (May 6)

6.      Star Trek Beyond (July 22)

7.      Independence Day: Resurgence (June 24)

8.      X-Men: Apocalypse (May 27)

9.      Zoolander No. 2 (February 12)

10.  The Jungle Book (April 15)

Are you satisfied with the results of the poll?