52 Movies to Watch This 2015
Take note: these dates may change without prior notice!
- Seventh Son, January 8 – Welcome the new year with this fantasy adventure starring Narnia's Ben Barnes and Mockingjay's Julianne Moore.
- Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb, January 8 – The final installment of the adventure-comedy series is also one of the late Robin Williams' last few movies. *tear*
- Taken 3, January 14 – Liam Neeson does what he does best: take care of the bad guys and bring them to justice.
- Annie, January 21 – Prep for the Broadway classic's big screen premiere by checking out the soundtrack featuring beloved songs like "Tomorrow" and "It's the Hard-Knock Life," plus new tunes performed by Sia and movie stars Jamie Foxx, Quvenzhané Wallis, and Cameron Diaz.
- Blackhat, January 21 – Chris Hemsworth is all brains and brawn as a convicted hacker working with the suits to defeat a group of evil hackers.
- Into the Woods, January 28 – Anna Kendrick's first musical movie of the year is a re-imagining of your favorite fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm. Also starring Chris Pine as Cinderella's Prince, Johnny Depp as the Wolf, and Meryl Streep as the Witch.
- Boy Next Door, January 28 – Ryan Guzman from Step Up: All In falls hard for Jennifer Lopez in this thriller about attraction gone wrong.
- Birdman, January 28 – Emma Stone plays the daughter and personal assistant of an actor once famous for portraying a superhero, who's now trying to make it in Broadway. Watch her slay it in the scene below.
- Wild, February 4 – Ever wished you could just get away from it all? Reese Witherspoon plays a woman who hikes more than a thousand miles all by herself in a harrowing journey toward self-discovery.
- Project Almanac, February 4 – Time travel is all fun and games until someone—or everyone—gets hurt. Spot Sofia Black-D'Elia a.k.a. Sage from Gossip Girl in the trailer below!
- Jupiter Ascending, February 5 – The wait is over! Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis's sci-fi adventure, which was supposed to premiere last July, will officially open during the love month.
- The Wedding Ringer, February 11 – Getting a wingman is one thing, but hiring a best man? That’s what Frozen's Josh Gad has to do in this new comedy flick.
- Kingsman: The Secret Service, February 18 – We spy a cute new guy in this comic book-based movie starring Taron Egerton and Colin Firth.
- Unbroken, February 18 – You may recognize Jack O’Connell from TV show Skins as one of the soldiers who survive 47 days at sea only to be captured by the enemy. Angelina Jolie directs the inspiring movie.
- Focus, February 25 – Will Smith and Margot Robbie are in for the long con in this movie directed by the same people behind Crazy, Stupid, Love.
- Last Five Years, February in the US and hopefully around the same time here! – Anna Kendrick’s second musical of the year is a quiet but explosive story about a relationship’s A to Z.
- Cinderella, March 11 – The classic fairy tale gets the live-action treatment, starring Lily James from TV show Downton Abbey and Richard Madden from Game of Thrones.
- In the Heart of the Sea, March 12 – Chris Hemsworth means business in this bone-chilling true story that inspired the novel Moby-Dick.
- Home, March 26 – Rihanna and Jim Parsons voice an unlikely pair of buddies on the adventure of a lifetime.
- Chappie, March – Learn a thing or two about humanity from a gifted robot.
- Insurgent, March – Tris and Four lead the revolution in the much-awaited sequel to Divergent.
- Fast & Furious 7, April 4 – One last ride with the late Paul Walker. *sniff*
- The Longest Ride, April 15 – Two love stories intertwine in the adaptation of Nicholas Sparks' novel starring Britt Robertson and Scott Eastwood.
- The DUFF, opens in April in the US and hopefully around the same time here! – Nineties rom-com vibe meets today's stereotypes. Starring Mae Whitman, Robbie Amell, and Bella Thorne.
- SpongeBob: Sponge Out of Water, April – The Bikini Bottom gang transforms into superheroes to save the day.
- Avengers: Age of Ultron, April – Speaking of superheroes, the Avengers assemble to defeat the new big bad this summer.
- Pitch Perfect 2, May 13 – The Barden Bellas are back and competing for world domination! Hailee Steinfeld joins Anna Kendrick and the girls as their newest recruit.
- Mad Max: Fury Road, May 14 – In a desolate wasteland, two rebels team up and maybe even save the world.
- Tomorrowland, May 20 – Escape with Britt Robertson to a mysterious place that exists in the collective memory of a few people.
- Monster Trucks, May 29 – Everything is so hush-hush that all we really know is that the movie will be about, well, monster trucks. Jane Levy from Suburgatory and Lucas Till from the X-Men reboot are part of the cast.
- San Andreas, May – Dwayne Johnson does everything humanly possible to save his daughter after the San Andreas Fault in California gives and triggers calamity after calamity.
- Pixels, May – When aliens misinterpret classic arcade games as a declaration of war against them and proceed to attack Earth, it’s up to a team of old school arcaders to defend the human race.
- Jurassic World, June 10 – Chris Pratt (Guardians of the Galaxy and The Lego Movie) continues to win in life with this movie set 22 years after the original Jurassic Park.
- Entourage, June 12 – HBO's hit show about the crazy world of Hollywood heads to the big screen.
- Inside Out, June 17 – Meet the emotions that live in our minds in this major (e)motion picture. (See what they did there?)
- Far from the Madding Crowd, July 8 – Drawn to her beauty and independent spirit, three suitors come knocking on Carey Mulligan's door.
- Pan, July 16 – Go back to Neverland with an all-new cast that even includes Cara Delevingne!
- Ant-Man, July 17 – Marvel rolls out its newest superhero, a con man with the ability to shrink and become stronger at the same time.
- Minions, July – What's cuter than the Minions? Baby Minions. Find out their origins in this new comedy adventure!
- Terminator Genisys, July – The past, present, and future meet in the year 2029. The reboot features a geek-tastic cast including Arnold Schwarzenegger, Emilia Clarke from Game of Thrones, Jai Courtney from Divergent, Matt Smith from Doctor Who, and more.
- Paper Towns, August 12 – Ready for John Green to play with your feelings again? The YA book adaptation stars Nat Wolff as Q and Cara Delevingne as Margo. Here’s a fun Q&A with Cara and John.
- The Maze Runner: Scorch Trials, September 16 – How excited are you for the sequel? For now, feast your eyes on this compilation of the cast's most hilarious moments.
- Hotel Transylvania 2, September – Dracula's conservative dad joins the supernatural party. Here's a belated Halloween message from the gang.
- Victor Frankenstein, October 1 – Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy breathe new life into the classic story of the undead icon.
- The Jungle Book, October 7 – The live-action/CGI remake stars Bill Murray as Baloo, Scarlett Johansson as Kaa (hello, Lost in Translation reunion!), Lupita Nyong’o as Rakcha, and more.
- The Walk, October – Joseph Gordon-Levitt plays the daredevil who did a death-defying, illegal wire walk between the World Trade Center towers on August 7, 1974.
- The Good Dinosaur, November 25 – What happens when a dinosaur befriends a human?
Peanuts, November 25 – Too cute for words!
Spectre, November – Can you believe it's already the 24th James Bond movie? Daniel Craig is back along with Ralph Fiennes and cutie patoots Ben Whishaw.
- The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, November – It’s the final chapter of Katniss Everdeen's story—here's hoping they tweak the ending!
- The Martian, December 2 – A new space adventure about an astronaut stranded on Mars.
- Star Wars: The Force Awakens, December 18 – Save the best for last? Save the best for last.