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Read on to find out what 25 movies Screen Rant is anticipating most in 2015.
Keep in mind, these are not films we necessarily expect to be the “best” – these are movies that, at the time of this publication, we are most excited to see and cover on the site (some don’t even have a trailer yet! They’re genre films we discuss and analyze most on Screen Rant, and ones we hope to enjoy along with our readers and podcast listeners.
Despite there being two current TV series (BBC’s Sherlock and CBS’ Elementary) on the air, and a third film in development for the Robert Downey Jr.
film series based on the character, seeing Ian Mc Kellan play a 93 year-old version of Mr.
io9 reports the footage introduces the villain Crossbones (Frank Grillo), who taunts Steve Rogers (Chris Evans), aka Captain America, about a captured Bucky Barnes (Sebastian Stan), aka the Winter Soldier.
Barnes is then shown haltingly recalling his memories of Rogers. The footage plays on Captain America being perceived as either a "hero" or "vigilante" for leading the opposition to the Superhuman Registration Act.
Holmes taking on one last case he couldn’t solve before is something we can’t wait for.
Release Date: February 6, 2015Directors: Andy Wachowski, Lana Wachowski Cast: Channing Tatum, Mila Kunis, Eddie Redmayne, Sean Bean, James D’Arcy, Douglas Booth, Gugu Mbatha-Raw A repeat listing for Screen Rant’s most anticipated movies of last year thanks to delays, Jupiter Ascending caught our attention ages ago, if not for the simple fact that it’s an original space opera from The Wachowskis.
Throw in the lovable, funny and charming Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy, The LEGO Movie) after his Hollywood-dominating year in 2014, and we’re willing to give questionable early marketing a pass for a chance that the Jurassic Park franchise can be successfully relaunched a decade later.
The premise is a little out there and follows Jupiter (Mila Kunis), an Earth janitor (and secret heir to an entire planet) who gets caught up in an intergalactic power struggle over simple greed.
Her protector (Channing Tatum) is literally part wolf and must help Jupiter fulfill her destiny.
Del Toro calls Crimson Peak a “throwback” horror film, different than the usual genre fare, and from our chat with him about the movie and the amount of detail put into the interior of the mansion constructed for the film, Crimson Peak could be something special.
Release Date: July 1, 2015Director: Gregory Jacobs Cast: Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello, Kevin Nash, Matt Bomer, Gabriel Iglesias, Adam Rodriguez, Michael Strahan, Elizabeth Banks, Jada Pinkett Smith, Andie Mac Dowell, Donald Glover, Amber Heard The cast and creative team alone had us interested in Magic Mike from the moment it began production, and after the film delivered wonderful performances to go along with a heartfelt story (and some fun dance moves), we were easily sold on a followup.
Release Date: October 16, 2015Director: Guillermo del Toro Cast: Charlie Hunnam, Jessica Chastain, Tom Hiddleston, Mia Wasikowska, Doug Jones, Jim Beaver An original horror film from Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrnth, Hellboy) was enough of a sell on its own to make this list (and our most anticipated horror movie list).