‘Fifty Shades of Grey,’ ‘Stars Wars Episode VII’ lead a container of 2015 films
December 31, 2014 - Fifty Shades of Grey
The Force is clever this year, since, well, we get another “Star Wars” movie. But there are also lots of other sequels and reboots that fans are energetically awaiting.
▪ “Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens”: This is utterly presumably a many expected film of 2015, even if it doesn’t come out until far, distant divided (December). J.J. Abrams (“Lost,” a “Star Trek” reboot) is during a helm of this subsequent installment in a many successful authorization of all time. So, yeah, no pressure, dude. Just don’t disaster it up.
Details: Original stars Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher are assimilated by Oscar Isaac and Adam Driver. Release date: Dec. 18
▪ “The Avengers: Age of Ultron”: Speaking of large boots to fill, executive Joss Whedon has himself to appreciate for following adult a large success of a initial superhero extravaganza. This time, a self-aware, self-teaching synthetic comprehension named Ultron decides that humans are what’s wrecking this world and sets out to exterminate them. Naturally, a Avengers re-assemble.
Details: Starring Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Mark Ruffalo, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner. Release date: May 1
▪ “Jurassic World”: Chris Pratt contingency have one heck of an agent, since he follows adult a gargantuan success of “Guardians of a Galaxy” by starring in this rarely expected reboot of a dino epic, that takes place 20 years after a initial film (there were dual sequels).
Details: Pratt is assimilated by Bryce Dallas Howard and Judy Greer. Release date: Jun 12
▪ “Fifty Shades of Grey”: Don’t know who Jamie Dornan is? You will, as he stars as worried billionaire Christian Grey in this instrumentation of a renouned erotic novel by E.L. James, a initial of a trilogy. Here we’re introduced to immature novel tyro Anastasia Steele, who becomes feeling with Grey and his dark, uh, tendencies.
Details: Also starring Dakota Johnson. Release date: Feb. 13
▪ “Mad Max: Fury Road”: This reboot of a early ’80s post-apocalyptic actioner stars Tom Hardy as a new Max (after Mel Gibson), who seeks assent after a detriment of his mother and daughter while perplexing to tarry in oppressive times. The trailer looks hyperviolent – and exciting, with real-time stunts.
Details: Series creator George Miller earnings to direct; Charlize Theron also stars. Release date: May 15