2015 in Films

We aren’t even half way through 2014, and I’m already looking forward to next year. Why, so soon? Next year will be filled with so many awesome films, and I thought I’d share with you some of them that I’m already keen to be seeing.

-Jurassic World (June), While it has been in development hell for many years now, I have faith that the fourth installment in Spielberg’s Jurassic Park franchise, and believe it might even me able to match the success of the original film.

-Bond 24 [working title] (November), Skyfall blew everyone out of the water in 2012, and now Sam Mendes will return to continue what he started. Daniel Craig will return for his fourth Bond film, as well as other stars from Skyfall, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris, and Ben Whishaw. Casting rumours have Benedict Cumberbatch and Penelope Cruz linked to the film.

-Fast & Furious 7 (April), After all these years the franchises black sheep of a movie, Tokyo Drift, will have more meaning, with this film following on from the events of Han’s death. Will be a lot of attention surrounding the film, being it Paul Walker’s last film, and was completed with the help of his younger brothers.

-Avengers: Age of Ultron (May), The first Avengers film went on to become the third highest grossing film of all time (with the first two slots going to James Cameron films), so the sequel will be bigger and better. This time we will be seeing some new superheroes join the team.

-Star Wars Vll (December), Will have the most attention from the critics, still not sure whether the world needs to see a sixty year old Luke Skywalker.

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