14 Movies to Get Excited for in 2014

Superheroes, Apes, Turtles, Giant Robots, Cops, Vampires and Dominic Toretto are all back on the big screen next year. Just how excited are you?

Hollywood is positioning 2015 to be the single biggest year for movies in the history of the medium, with The Avengers: Age of Ultron, Star Wars: Episode VII, Batman Vs. Superman, Mission: Impossible 5 and Bond 24 all arriving within months of each other. But standing in the way are the twelve months of 2014. While the New Year doesn't quite pack the heated punch of 2015, it does bring some highly anticipated fare that we simply can't wait to see. From plenty of superheroes, to evolved apes, to giant robots, to teenage vampires, and even the return of Dominic Toretto, here are the 14 movies guaranteed to get us standing in front of that box office window buying a ticket before 2015 does its ultimate damage on our savings account.

1Vampire Academy

Vampire Academy

Release Date: February 14. The Players: Rose Hathaway (Zoey Deutch), Kirova (Olga Kurylenko), Queen Tatiana (Joely Richardson), Mason Ashford (Cameron Monaghan), Dimitri Belikov (Danila Kozlovskiy) and Natalie Dashkov (Sarah Hyland). Why We Can't Wait: We know, we know...You think this is another Twilight rip-off. And teen vamps are just so 2008. But with Mean Girls director Mark Waters and Heathers writer Daniel Waters teaming-up for the first time, we believe this particular sub-genre will be pushed in new and exciting directions, bringing us all something fresh that captures not only the imagination of young girls everywhere, but will also appeal to those who've taken a dump all over Edward and Bella for the past 7 years. There are a lot of YA novel adaptations coming our way in the next twelve months, and we believe most will bomb. This is the rare occasion where the source material and the filmmakers are colliding in an effort to produce what just might be a true teen classic. When this comes out, and people actually like it, don't say we didn't warn you. Plus, look at that cast of beautiful and sexy up and comers...We need a little new at the cinema, and despite its seemingly antiquated premise, we feel Vampire Academy can bring us just that. So scoff all you want, we want to see Vampire Academy!

2The Grand Budapest Hotel

The Grand Budapest Hotel

Release Date: March 7. The Players: Gustave H. (Ralph Fiennes) and Zero Moustafa (Anthony Quinonez). Why We Can't Wait: It's the latest comedy from Wes Anderson, and it looks to be upholding the spirited whimsy of his last effort, Moonrise Kingdom. The trailer quickly won us over, with its story of a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel who befriends the lobby boy, going with him on many fantastic adventures throughout the years. It looks old fashion, new wave and just hip enough to charm the pants off your grandma and dive bar dwelling pweebs alike. Plus, it has one of the year's most eclectic and exciting casts. Why wouldn't we be anxious to see it? That should be the question.

3Mr. Peabody and Sherman

Mr. Peabody and Sherman

Release Date: March 7. The Players: Mr. Peabody (Ty Burrell) and Sherman (Max Charles). Why We Can't Wait: In a never-ending sea of CGI animated adventures, at least we recognize and already love these guys. The appeal of a time traveling dog and his pet boy is hard to resist. We can't quite tell if this segment from the 60s sitcom Rocky & Bullwinkle & Friends will translate to today's youth. It's unlikely that they are remotely familiar with this iconic, yet somewhat forgotten, duo. It probably seems like an all-new franchise to them. Which might work in both the parents' and kids' favor. The story finds Peabody and Sherman hurtling through time with the use of Peabody's most famous invention, The WABAC machine. Trying to impress a young lady, Sherman royally screws up history, and its up to this nerdy pair to fix humankind's destiny while facing off against some of our all-time greatest historical figures. How could this be anything but fun? And DreamWorks Animation hasn't really disappointed yet (even Rise of the Guardians was cool, despite the fact that it bombed at the box office).

4Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Release Date: April 4. The Players: Captain America (Chris Evans), Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson), Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and The Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan). Why We Can't Wait: This sequel picks up where 2011's Captain America: The First Avenger ended, with Steve and is best friend Bucky reuniting under complex circumstances. Rogers must embrace his new life in a modern world while battling an old threat in what is being described as the superhero version of Three Days of the Condor. Marvel's first true espionage thriller, it promises some great action sequences, and directors Anthony Russo and Joe Russo are sure to inject some much-needed humor into this otherwise intense comic book property. We'll get to see Falcon battle an aircraft! Cap takes on an elevator full of bad guys by himself! Plus, Steve and Natasha's bubbling relationship might be the steamiest thing to happen to Phase 2 since all those people exploded in Iron Man Three. This is a definite must-see!

5The Amazing Spider-Man 2

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Release Date: May 2. The Players: Peter Parker (Andrew Garfield), Gwen Stacy (Emma Stone), Electro (Jamie Foxx), Rhino (Paul Giamatti) and Goblin (Dane DeHaan). Why We Can't Wait: Director Marc Webb is using this latest sequel to set up the Sinister 6, taking Marvel's favorite hero where Sam Raimi's franchise never quite managed to go. Peter Parker will face off against two of his biggest advisories, while also holding true to his promise that he will put his dangerous vigilante lifestyle behind him and focus on his relationship with Gwen. Will Stacy fall victim to the Goblin in the film's anticipated climax? Or will she live to see another sequel? With so many villains, and a burgeoning storyline that will span at least two more movies with the same cast, The Amazing Spider-Man 2 promises to be one of next summer's biggest movies. Hopefully, it can contain itself, and not be the sloppy mess that the over-stuffed Spider-Man 3 ended up being. At least the oft-told origin story is out of the way. Now the real fun can begin!

6Neighbors

Neighbors

Release Date: May 9. The Players: Husband and Wife Mac and Kelly Radner (Seth Rogen and Rose Byrne), Frat Brothers Teddy Sanders (Zac Efron), Pete (Dave Franco) and Scoonie (Christopher Mintz-Plasse). Why We Can't Wait: While its not quite a remake of the 1981 classic starring John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd, this updated version of a similar conceit finds party obsessed Frat Bros moving in next-door to new parents. Things become increasingly difficult for the loving couple, as a war between the two houses erupts into an escalating cavalcade of profane and unbelievable circumstances that have earned this comedy a healthy, hearty R rating. Seth Rogen is just coming off his best film to date with This Is the End and Zac Efron is enjoying a new second life on the big screen as an unlikely comedic force of nature. Director Nick Stoller might have found the best comedic premise of 2014, and we hope it pays off, as this looks like it will be a smash hit if it lives up to its early trailers. Let's just hope they've saved some of the best stuff for the big screen.

7Godzilla

Godzilla

Release Date: May 16. The Players: Father-Daughter duo Joe and Elle Brody (Bryan Cranston and Elizabeth Olsen), Ford (Aaron Taylor-Johnson), and of course, Godzilla! Why We Can't Wait: Let's face it, no Godzilla movie is that good. In the history of the franchise, 1998's American adaptation from director Roland Emmerich is probably the most energetic, action-pack installment of the entire 70 year franchise. Usually we have to wade through at least an hour of really boring exposition before we get to the good stuff: Godzilla smashing and fighting his way to infamy. Fans hated Godzilla 98 not for its pace, but for its lack of authenticity. And its baby Godzookies. And because it completely fucked with the iconic Godzilla design. Here, Gareth Edwards is merging the old (we've see his Godzilla design, and its cut from a legendary cloth) with the new for an action-packed monster movie that truly updates the series for an audience of attention-depraved GCI cinema junkies...While also retaining the aesthetic that has made this lizard a beloved icon for so many years. We can't wait to see what the results are. Pacific Rim set the bar pretty high for giant robots versus giant Kaiju fights. We have a feeling this Godzilla is going to come out swinging. If he doesn't? He'll probably still get a pass, because, hey, he's Godzilla. He's the monster world's Clint Eastwood. And we don't pick on old dudes.

8X-Men: Days of Future Past

X-Men: Days of Future Past

Release Date: May 23. The Players: Wolverine (Hugh Jackman), Kitty Pryde (Ellen Page), Magneto (Michael Fassbender and Ian McKellen), Professor X (James McAvoy and Patrick Stewart) and Bolivar Trask (Peter Dinklage). Why We Can't Wait: Any true Marvel comic book fan has long waited to see the events of Days of Future Past play out on the big screen, and this version, directed by original franchise kick-starter Bryan Singer, promises to bring a Mutant tale of apocalyptic proportions. Its true that they are playing fast and loose with the original source material, with Wolverine doing all the heavy lifting instead of Kitty Pryde. But we love the idea of merging the original trilogy with X-Men: First Class for an all-out Mutant explosion the likes of which we've never seen. Maybe, like The Amazing Spider-Man 2, you think there are too many characters and storylines converging all at once. We disagree. We want to see everyone back, and we like where this could take future installments of the franchise as it splinters off into a million different directions. Plus: Sentinels! Plus: Time Traveling Wolverine! This all but guarantees our ticket purchase!

922 Jump Street

22 Jump Street

Release Date: June 13. The Players: Jenko (Channing Tatum), Schmidt (Jonah Hill) and Captain Dickson (Ice Cube). Why We Can't Wait:21 Jump Street was easily one of the funniest, fastest and smartest movies of 2012. It also rests in the top 5 TV-to-Movie adaptations ever attempted by Hollywood, a sub-genre rife with unwatchable garbage. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum held down that type of once-in-a-lifetime chemistry that really makes the movie sing past its faults to become an exceptional slice of funcore cinema. While comedy sequels seldom work, the episodic nature of its source material makes us think this one just might. Plus, it does have that whole 'action' thing going for it. The original sports one of the greatest modern day car chases, so we can't wait to see how they plan to one-up that iconic moment. As long as they just don't repeat what we've seen before, this college-set adventure has what it takes to be a truly great sequel. Though, we realize, it also has the feared potential to be another Arthur 2: On the Rocks or The Hangover Part III. You can never truly call these things until the end credits roll. We're holding out hope, though, that 22 Jump Street lives up to the standards of the first, pushing the insanity to new heights.

10Transformers: Age of Extinction

Transformers 4

Release Date: June 27. The Players: Optimus Prime (Peter Cullen), Bumblebee, Grimlock (Mike Patton), and Father-Daughter duo Cade and Tessa (Mark Wahlberg and Nicola Peltz). Why We Can't Wait: Can we all agree that Transformers: Dark of the Moon was a bloated mess? Director Michael Bay took some time off to make the truly exceptional Pain & Gain, which will grow as it ages to be remembered in the same breath as Goodfellas and Scarface. We hear it's re-inspired his passion for storytelling, which can only benefit this franchise; one that started to grow old midway through 2009's second installment Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen. He's injecting some much needed energy with an all-new cast, new Autobots and Decepticons, and...We finally get to see the Dinobots on the big screen for the first time! That's enough to sell us a ticket right there. This time out, the story follows a mechanic and his daughter who get caught up in the ongoing war between the citizens of Cybertron, who've decided to play out their latest feud on planet earth. Its not much, but it can't be any worse than what's come before it....Can it? At least we don't have to suffer through an hour of Sam Witwicky's annoying parents...Or do we?

11Fast & Furious 7

Fast & Furious 7

Release Date: July 11. The Players: Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel), Brian O'Conner (Paul Walker), Luke Hobbs (Dwayne Johnson), Ian Shaw (Jason Statham), Letty Ortiz (Michelle Rodriguez) and Kurt Russell! Why We Can't Wait: This is one franchise that just keeps getting bigger and better with each new installment. We don't really care what its about, as long as director James Wan keeps up the forward momentum established by Justin Lin in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift that has now run through four exceptional sequels. With an expanding cast, and a great team that loves to work together, will this series ever crash and burn? Can FF7 be the best installment yet? Please don't screw it up James. We believe in you!

12Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Dawn of the Planet of the Apes

Release Date: July 18. The Players: Caesar and Cornelia (Andy Serkis and Judy Greer). Why We Can't Wait: Now that we're over the hump of the origin story, we can get down to some dirty business. We hope this is all apes, all the time, as these anthromorphic primates finish breaking a foot off in the ass of humanity, taking over the planet and finally setting up the events seen in 1968's Planet of the Apes. Director Matt Reeves has proven he knows how to tell a story without being burdened or overwhelmed by special effects. And we'll get to see monkeys riding horses! What else do you need in a post-apocalyptic thriller about Apes and mankind learning to live together? We're promised an all-out war here, and it sounds a lot better than a subplot about John Lithgow and Alzheimer's. Count us in.

13Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Release Date: August 8. The Players: Mike (Noel Fisher), Don (Jeremy Howard), Ralph (Alan Ritchson), Leo (Pete Ploszek), April O'Neil (Megan Fox), Splinter (Danny Woodburn) and Shredder (William Fichtner). Why We Can't Wait: Bitch all you want, you know you're still going to go see this on opening day. Even if its just for watching Megan Fox in one of the greatest Cosplay roles of a lifetime. So far, we don't like the story, the direction, or even the casting of the turtles. We hate everything about this! But, we love this franchise. Maybe we're buying a ticket to justify our anger and hurt, and to have solid proof that backs up our claim that this is the worst thing to happen to movies in years...But serious, we're really buying a ticket because, deep down, we want to watch the Turtles in action. And we're hoping, against all odds, that this is something awesome. We just have to remember that we're grown adults, and this is, and always will be, a franchise for children, first and foremost. Even if we only see it once on the big screen, it's those kids that will make it a giant hit. We're not going to miss out on what will be one of the greatest dividing factors in modern geek history. Even if it's the biggest cinematic turd dropped in the history of the medium, we want to be there when that sphincter opens up and plops this grumpy sumbitch on expecting audiences across the world! We believe this will be a gargantuan blockbuster smash no matter how it plays to longtime fans. And we also believe that there will be many sequels to come.

14Big Hero 6

Big Hero 6

Release Date: November 7. The Players: Hiro Hamada and Baymax. Why We Can't Wait: This is the first team-up between Marvel Studios and Disney Animation, and it brings a unique twist to the superhero genre. The story follows brilliant robotics prodigy Hiro Hamada, who finds himself in the grips of a criminal plot that threatens to destroy the fast-paced, high-tech city of San Fransokyo. With the help of his closest companion, a robot named Baymax, Hiro joins forces with a reluctant team of first-time crime fighters on a mission to save their city. It's a colorful, sci fi epic that brings a unique look and feel to the big screen, for an experience we've surely never had before. It means we're one step closer to a Pixar and Marvel team-up, and for animation fans, we believe this is going to be one of the best movies of the year.

We had to limit our list, and our pocketbook, to just 14 titles. But other 2014 movies we're looking forward too, and will probably at least catch on video, include The Lego Movie, Sin City: A Dame to Die For, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, That Awkward Moment, The Interview, Non-Stop, 300: Rise of an Empire,

Need for Speed, Walk of Shame, Muppets Most Wanted, Noah, Sabotage, Dumb and Dumber To and Hercules: The Thracian Wars.

If you're wondering why we didn't include Guardians of the Galaxy, RoboCop, Maleficent or any of the other seemingly big ticket items that are absent...You'll have to wait until next week when we bring you 14 potential bombs waiting to explode in 2014. Because it doesn't matter how badly we want to see them, the rest of America doesn't. And a flop is a flop, no matter the cult following it amasses in its wake.


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  1. gumperman

    @undeadslayer4 Nope, just movieweb blowing things out of proportion again. movieweb/news/new-sin-city-a-dame-to-die-for-poster-reveals-title-change I will give them credit and say they did mention in that article that "It's possible that this title may only be used for the sequel's foreign release, but that hasn't been confirmed yet." but I'm not sure whey they have to title the article the way they did "New Sin City: A Dame to Die For Poster Reveals Title Change" when they didn't even 100% know themselves. Today's article from them confirms that they started a false claim in that past article. movieweb/news/first-official-sin-city-a-dame-to-kill-for-poster

    10 months agoby @gumpermanFlag

  2. James Lirio

    Guardians of the Galaxy > This entire list

    11 months agoby @James-LirioFlag

  3. KAW

    I only want to see Amazing Spider-Man 2 and X-Men. You can burn the rest!

    11 months agoby @kawsFlag

  4. undeadslayer4

    @gumperman wait a minute there changing the title again

    11 months agoby @undeadslayer4Flag

  5. gumperman

    @undeadslayer4 Sin City: A Dame To Kill For actually comes out on August 22nd, movieweb/news/sin-city-a-dame-to-kill-gets-pushed-to-august-22-2014 Don't know why movieweb is listing it as Sin City: A Dame To Die For since it was just a speculated guess in the first place by them that the title was changed and since no other site has listed a title change.

    11 months agoby @gumpermanFlag

  6. undeadslayer4

    @gumperman i understand

    11 months agoby @undeadslayer4Flag

  7. gumperman

    @undeadslayer4 Of course, in my opinion, 'theres other movies that deserve to be on the list', but this is @balanorange article and opinion of what he thinks will be the "14 Movies to Get Excited for in 2014". I never even heard of #14 and I won't even see #1, 3 or 6.

    11 months agoby @gumpermanFlag

  8. T. King (Red Camera Man)

    The only ones I'm interested in are "Captain America 2," "X-Men: Days Of Future Past," and "Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes," but I am curious to see how "Godzilla" will be; the rest of these films I can care less about.

    11 months agoby @redcameramanFlag

  9. undeadslayer4

    @john-m Well sin city 2 i was fine that they moved it to march i have no problem of that since it will have less competition and amazing spiderman in my opinion was ok but its that kind of movie that will get u bored after watching it 5 times but what i liked about it he actually tries to smart in this one and more science is involved

    11 months agoby @undeadslayer4Flag

  10. John M

    @undeadslayer4: Again with my list I said the top 14, so that means I can only put the top 14, and the films I put were the films I most anticipated. What do you not understand about a list that has the number 14 in it meaning you can only put 14 films on it that Movieweb or I consider to be our most anticipated or excited films of 2014?

    Now I'll talk briefly about the films you listed. I was excited about Sin City 2, but the delay and re-shoots has spoiled some of my anticipation for the film. Next is the Grudge Match which I have no real interest in seeing right now. It certainly doesn't help the film that I am not a fan of box, so I'll probably end up seeing that film when it comes to video. As for Ninja Turtles it's a Michael Bay film, so I'm sure it will be an entertaining film, and I'll see it in the theater, but is it a film I'm dying to see the answer would be no. Finally there is 300: Rise of the Empire. The first 300 film was a decent film that I enjoyed, and I believe from trailers that Rise of an Empire will be a better film, and I do want to see it, but it still doesn't deserve to be on my list. I almost forgot about The Amazing Spiderman 2. Now that film I did consider putting somewhere on my list. I am excited about the film, and do believe it's going to be a lot better than the lackluster first film, but again the list my list only says the top 14, and Amazing Spiderman 2 was the odd man out.

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  11. undeadslayer4

    @gumperman oh sry but theres other movies that deserve to be on the list right

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  12. undeadslayer4

    @john-m what about the amazing spiderman 2, the grudge, 300 rise of an empire, sin city 2, ninja turtles dont they deserve to be on ur list as well

    11 months agoby @undeadslayer4Flag

  13. John M

    @undeadslayer4: What are you talking? What other films. My list was of my 14 most excited, and anticipated films of 2014, and I didn`t forget any films that deserved to be on my list.

    11 months agoby @john-mFlag

  14. gumperman

    @undeadslayer4 What do you mean I forgot? I've made a list of movies I'm looking forward to all the way to 2019 and I could list my most anticipated movies of 2015, but I didn't because this is acticle is about movies of 2014.

    11 months agoby @gumpermanFlag

  15. the-wolverine

    The winter soldier and Dawn of the Planet of the Apes look great, big hero 6 could be something fresh, x-men and TASM2 better be as good as the hype, Transformers won't be anything different, TMNT better flop, and Godzilla just sucks. don't care about the fast and furious movies and besides the rock is everything vin is just better. Rock:1, Vin:nothing.
    Aren't people tired of remakes and reboots, i mean its always going to happen with superheroes but why everything else? Most movies are already about heroes but these marvel/dc origin rip-offs are killing me. there's too much coming at once. why is there a new robocop and godzilla, whos cares about another Jurassic park.
    Someone do something as close to original as can be. and i dont mean taking a decent film and making a sequel/trilogy of it. aaarrrhhhg

    11 months agoby @the-wolverineFlag

  16. undeadslayer4

    @john-m u forgot all those other movies

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  17. undeadslayer4

    @gumperman u forgot 2015

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  18. undeadslayer4

    @2movieguys u forgot desolation of smaug, day of future past, batman vs superman

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  19. undeadslayer4

    @writer220 the spider trilogy was really good and they didnt even get a chance to put carnage in but the reboot was ok

    11 months agoby @undeadslayer4Flag

  20. Zak Lee Ferguson

    For me- 1. The Amazing Spiderman 2....
    2. Sin City Dame to Die For...
    3. Budapest Hotel...
    4. Interstellar....
    5.Jupiter Ascending...
    6. TMNT
    7. X-Men Days Of Future Past
    8. Dawn of The Planet of The Apes
    9. Tommorow Land
    10. Fast And Furious Seven

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  21. CelluloidDreams

    My 14 would be: Noah... Labor Day ....The LEGO Movie ...Pompeii ...The Grand Budapest Hotel.....Jupiter Ascending ....Interstellar ....Sin City: A Dame to Kill For ...Muppets Most Wanted....The Monument's Men ....Magic in the Moonlight ....That Awkward Moment ....Bears ....Into the Woods

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  22. CelluloidDreams

    ...nothing to get really excited about most are sequels or reboots!

    11 months agoby @2movieguysFlag

  23. Stefanos

    @writer220 Finally I find one person to understand me!!! :)

    11 months agoby @stefanosFlag

  24. Writer220

    @stefanos Sam Raimi's version of Spiderman is so much better, it flows well, there's an actual story and it grabs you. So I agree with your statement. I personally thought Spider-Man 3 was great, despite the hatred it received. What I took from that last Raimi film was Peter being too over confident for his own good, that his ego had been stroked to the point that he thought he could do anything he wanted. I still want Raimi back as Webb knows nothing of the character.
    TAMS felt flat for me however the more times I see it, it grows on me.

    11 months agoby @writer220Flag

  25. CoreyB

    yeah the fact that Interstellar isnt on this list just sucks

    11 months agoby @CoreyBFlag

  26. gumperman

    @thedude-abides Yeah, I saw the new date change on box office mojo. I haven't seen any news on it yet, from movieweb or anywhere, but I'm thinking box office mojo is ligit. Yeah, NOAH doesn't look like an Aronofsky film as much as I hoped, but I think it could be good. Thanks, your list looks good too! Plus, I'll be seeing Inherent Vice & Foxcatcher too!

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  27. gumperman

    My Personal "14 Movies to Get Excited for in 2014" would be:

    1) THE HOBBIT: THERE AND BACK AGAIN ~ 12/17
    2) BIG EYES ~ ??
    3) X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST ~ 5/23
    4) THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 ~ 5/2
    5) INTERSTELLAR ~ 11/7
    6) CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER ~ 4/4
    7) THE HUNGER GAMES: MOCKINGJAY - PART 1 ~ 11/21
    8) THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL ~ 3/7
    9) KNIGHT OF CUPS ~ ??
    10) UNTITLED TERRENCE MALICK PROJECT ~ ??
    11) TRANSCENDENCE ~ 4/18
    12) MAGIC IN THE MOONLIGHT ~ ??
    13) SIN CITY: A DAME TO KILL FOR ~ 8/22
    14) EDGE OF TOMORROW ~ 6/6

    And if I were to continue, the rest would be:

    15) MUPPETS MOST WANTED ~ 3/21
    16) TRANSFORMERS: AGE OF EXTINCTION ~ 6/27
    17) DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES ~ 7/18
    18) GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY ~ 8/1
    19) DUMB AND DUMBER TO ~ 11/14
    20) BLENDED ~ 5/23
    21) JUPITER ASCENDING ~ 7/25
    22) NOAH ~ 3/27
    23) THE EXPENDABLES 3 ~ 8/15
    24) ROBOCOP ~ 2/12
    25) 22 JUMP STREET ~ 6/13
    26) SABOTAGE ~ 1/24
    27) MALEFICENT ~ 5/30
    28) DIVERGENT ~ 3/21
    29) GODZILLA ~ 5/16
    30) JERSEY BOYS ~ 6/20
    31) JACK RYAN: SHADOW RECRUIT ~ 1/17
    32) SEX TAPE ~ 8/1
    33) THE BEST OF ME ~ 10/17
    34) ANNIE ~ 12/19

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  28. thedude-abides

    @gumperman Huh. Guess I missed the memo. Oh well, just insert Noah in its place -- even though I am skeptical of that one after watching the trailer. Great list, btw.

    11 months agoby @thedude-abidesFlag

  29. gumperman

    @monkeyiron2-0 ASAM2? do you mean TASM2?

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  30. gumperman

    @thedude-abides I think Tomorrowland is coming out in 2015 now. May 22nd 2015 to be exact, but yeah that list they have, I will probably only see 10 of those for sure.

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