Most Anticipated Films of 2015
However, 2015 has a massive movie slate prepared, and there are just so many coming out that I’m looking forward to this year that I have to talk about it. I’ve decided to make a list of the movies that I’m looking forward to the most this year. Reed’s resume thus far isn’t very impressive in my opinion, but from what I’ve heard, this movie is going be something to look forward to. Marvel Studios already proved themselves capable of taking an unknown franchise and making it into something... Iron Man taking on the Hulk in the Hulk-Buster, Captain America’s unbreakable broken shield, Thor strangling Tony Stark, Quicksilver and Scarlett Witch, and Ultron. I know that this movie doesn’t have as much going for it as the other movies featured on this list, but as a huge fan of the first two Terminator , is returning to helm this new film, and Daniel Craig is returning as 007. Sign me up. I don’t know much about the plot of this new film, and honestly, I don’t need to. I don’t even need a trailer. Series creator George Miller has been working to get this project going for years, and it looks as though his hard work is going to pay off. The special effects used to give actress Alicia Vikander the look of a humanoid robot look great, and as if all of that wasn’t enough, bringing Oscar Isaac into the picture was the final straw to make Ex Machina , which debuted at Comic Con this... With Sea of Trees , it looks like he’s continuing to wipe his hands clean of all of the rom-coms he used to do and leave his old career in the dust. This thing looks like the most terrifying thing we’ve seen in the MCU thus far. Normally, I’d be nervous about this year living up to the high standards that last year set. If I had to pick an order for my most anticipated films of 2015, The Force Awakens director Alejandro González Iñárritu is directing this western revenge tale starring Leonardo Dicaprio as a fur trapper who is injured by a bear while hunting,... There haven’t been any trailers or promotional images released for this film yet, but I don’t need any of them. Without any further ado, here are the films that I am looking forward to the most in 2015, in no particular order:. The cinematography is beautiful, complimenting the trailer’s dark tone (by the way, I’ll never be able to hear “I’ve Got No Strings” from Pinocchio the same way ever again). There is simply not enough that I can say about how much I’m looking forward to seeing this film. It looks as though this film is going to hold some serious consequences for the future of the MCU. While no specific release date has been given yet, I know that I’ll be waiting anxiously to see Scorsese’s next film. Initially, Edgar Wright, one of my favorite directors, was signed on to direct this film, but he dropped out. Bring in Tom Hardy as the titular character, and just like that, I’m in. The tone is dark and moody, which is exactly the kind of tone that I think the MCU should adopt – it would provide a welcomed change of pace for the franchise. Secondly, I’m sure that some of the movies listed here (hopefully not many) will be less than stellar, but I’m still looking forward to them nonetheless. An official trailer hasn’t even been released yet, but it’s clear that it’s going to have his signature style with clever and smart dialogue and visceral, over-the-top violence. His voiceover in the trailer alone was enough to sell me on the idea of a robot being the main villain for this film. The cinematography looks excellent, and I’m excited to see what first-time director Alex Garland can bring. Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens movie that we’ve gotten in over 30 years. Here’s a teaser trailer that was recorded by a moviegoer when it premiered before last year’s Sin City: A Dame to Kill For This movie looks action-packed and intense, with some dark humor being thrown in for good measure. The trailer alone was enough to hook me. I love the dark, eerie tone that it set. Not only is the director a master at his craft, but the cast features two of my favorite actors: Leonardo Dicaprio and Tom Hardy (marking his second appearance on this list. Hell, I didn’t even need to see a trailer to be pumped for this thing. One thing’s for sure though: it’s going to be great. This trailer looks incredible. If the only thing that I had been told about this film was that he was the director, I would have been sold. Age of Ultron is one of my most anticipated of this year. However, I’m worried as to how drastically they’re going to change the timeline with this film. I’m pretty sure this movie is going to be amazing. You don’t need me to tell you that Scorsese is one of the greatest directors who ever lived. The last shot in the trailer where Ultron says “There are no strings on me,” literally gave me chills. The film is about a young FBI agent, played by Emily Blunt, who goes undercover to take down a Mexican drug lord, which ends up pushing her to her moral limits. I can’t wait to see how Tatum will work with Tarantino’s directing style, and delivering his dialogue. My anticipation for this is solely based off of the trailer that was released a few months ago. Granted, not everything that will be released this year has been announced, so bear that in mind when you read this list. I have no doubt that this movie is going to be nothing short of incredible.