"Ghostbusters" is one of many comedies hitting the big screen in 2016. The reboot arrives on July 15, 2016. Sony Pictures

Many people shared lots of laughs in 2015 when watching comedy movies like "Trainwreck," "Daddy's Home," and "Minions." With the new year arriving very shortly, there will be plenty of more opportunities to chuckle with new funny films, sequels and even a few reboots being released in 2016.

Here are 20 comedy movies that will come out in 2016:

1. "Ride Along 2"

James (Ice Cube) and Ben (Kevin Hart) reunite for another round of stopping bad guys. Before Ben marries James' sister, the two will go to Miami to stop a drug dealer. "Ride Along 2" will be released on Jan. 15.

2. "Dirty Grandpa"

Legendary actor Robert De Niro plays a "perverted former Army general" in this comedy about a grandfather who tricks his grandson, played by Zac Efron, into driving him to spring break in Florida. This R-rated comedy hits theaters on Jan. 22.

3. "Fifty Shades of Black"

Marlon Wayans is back at it again with another spoof movie. This time he'll be spoofing the popular book and film "Fifty Shades of Gray." The movie premieres on Jan. 29.

4. "Hail, Caesar"

The Coen brothers directed this comedy about a Hollywood fixer (Josh Brolin) who has to find a kidnapped movie star (George Clooney). "Hail, Caesar" hits theaters Feb. 5.

5. "Zoolander 2"

Ben Stiller will be back as everyone's favorite male model with the "magnum" look, Derek Zoolander. Owen Wilson will also be returning as Hansel, as the two have to overcome a company trying to take them out of modeling. "Zoolander 2" arrives in theaters on Feb. 12.

6. "How To Be Single"

"50 Shades of Grey" star Dakota Johnson teams with Rebel Wilson of "Pitch Perfect" in this comedy about figuring out how to be single in today's world. The movie arrives just in time for Valentine's Day on Feb. 12.

7. "The Brothers Grimsby"

"Borat" star Sacha Baron Cohen plays a "football hooligan" who teams up with his MI6 assassin brother (Mark Strong) to stop an evil plot from being carried out. The brothers spring into action on March 11.

8. "The Boss"

Melissa McCarthy will not only be starring in "Ghostbusters," but she'll also be the leading actress in "The Boss." The movie is about a woman who's a big deal in the business industry, but has to go to jail for insider trading. When she's released from jail she'll be looking to rebuild her career when the film arrives on April 8.

9. "Barbershop: The Next Cut"

We return to Calvin's Barbershop for the first time in over 10 years. The barbers from the first few films are still there, but the shop now has both men and women who cut hair. The barbershop reopens in theaters on April 15.

10. "Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising"

Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne will be back as the young couple living next door to a college fraternity. Not much is known about the plot, but it appears as if a sorority could cause problems for them. Zac Efron returns, while Chloë Grace Moretz and Selena Gomez join the cast. It's expected to come out May 20.

11. "Central Intelligence"

Fresh off "Ride Along," Kevin Hart will be back in law enforcement, only this time he'll be joining forces with Dwayne Johnson, who plays a CIA agent. Johnson and Hart will find themselves in a "world of international espionage" when this action-comedy hits theaters on June 17.

12. "Ghostbusters"

This reboot to the 1984 classic will feature an all-female led team with stars Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones. The film will be released on July 15, 2016 and could feature cameos by past "Ghostbusters" stars Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Ernie Hudson.

13. "Sausage Party"

This adult animated comedy tells the story of a sausage searching for the truth of his life. The cast is loaded with comedians who will voice the characters, including Paul Rudd, James Franco, Kristen Wiig, James Franco, Salma Hayek, Seth Rogan, Bill Hader, Jonah Hill and more. It will hit theaters Aug. 12.

14. "Masterminds"

"Ghostbusters" stars Kristen Wiig and Kate McKinnon join Owen Wilson, Zach Galifianakis and Jason Sudeikis in this movie about a bank heist. "Masterminds" arrives on Sept. 30.

15. "Bad Santa 2"

Willie (Billy Bob Thornton) will be back as a Santa impersonator in this sequel 13 years following the original. Kathy Bates will also star in the film as Willie's mother. It will hit theaters Nov. 23.

16. "Blue Mountain State"

The feature film version of the Spike TV show, which went off the air after three seasons in 2011, will arrive in 2016. Thad (Alan Ritchson) will now be in the NFL. Alex (Darin Brooks) and Sammy will also be back.

17. "War Machine"

Brad Pitt stars in this satire about the war in Afghanistan, which will "focus on the people running the campaign." No release date has been announced for the film yet.

18. "Super Troopers 2"

"Good one Farva (Kevin Heffernan)." The long-awaited sequel to 2001's "Super Troopers" will finally arrive in 2016 as we get to see more shenanigans from the wacky Vermont state troopers. No release date has been announced yet.

19. "Clerks III"

Director Kevin Smith returns to the "Clerks" series for what will be the third and final film. Randal (Jeff Anderson) and Dante (Brian O'Halloran) were last seen in "Clerks II" where they reopened the Quick Stop, while Jay (Jason Mewes) and Silent Bob (Smith) went back to their favorite store to loiter at. No official release date has been announced.

20. "The Disaster Artist"

John Franco and Seth Rogen team up once again in "The Disaster Artist." This film about what happened behind the scenes of the bad movie "The Room," which was so bad you couldn't help but laugh at it. Franco will play Tommy Wiseau, who directed, wrote, and starred in the original film. No release date has been announced yet.