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2015 Set To Be The Biggest Movie Year Ever

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Every summer there are a handful of blockbusters that movie-lovers eagerly anticipate; Sometimes they live up to expectations, sometimes they flop. The same thing goes for both Indies and blockbusters for the holiday season.  Each year fans expect to be wowed with new storylines and new technology that can continue to push the boundaries of cinema.

Well ladies and gentleman, the year 2015 could quite possibly be the end of the world. The SCHEDUELED movie line up for that year is unreal. It’s Stupid. It looks like Team Iceland from ‘D2’. Its just bigger and badder than the rest.

Granted, these are just scheduled for 2015 and a lot can happen over the next two years, but if even 80% of these movies are made, it would still be the biggest movie year ever. You want to see why?

1. ‘The Avengers: Age of Ultron’

(‘Avengers’ made over $1.5 Billion Worldwide)

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2.  ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’

(The Franchise has made over $4.6 Billion is the U.S. when adjusted for inflation)

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3. ‘Avatar 2”

(‘Avatar’ is the all-time highest grossing movie in the U.S.)

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4. ‘Pirates of the Caribbean 5’

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5.  The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2’

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6. ‘Terminator’ Reboot or Sequel

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7. ‘Independence Day 2’

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8. ‘James Bond 24’

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9. Untitled BATMAN/SUPERMAN Crossover movie

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10. Jurassic Park 4

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Honorable Mention: ‘Mission Impossible 5’, ‘Peanuts’, ‘Ant-Man’, ‘Finding Dory’, ‘Fantastic Four’, ‘Warcraft’ (Based on WOW)

ANY of those 10 movies could possibly be the highest grossing movie of any given year. The only thing slightly disappointing about this list is that they are almost all sequels; But, sequels are only made if there is a demand for them. Even so, this line-up is ridulous. It’s a fanboy’s wet dream and there is nothing wrong with that. Now, 2014 will suck no matter what. Bring on the time machines.

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