Full 2015 Release Schedule with Over 50 Movies Listed Now Available

January 12, 2014

2015 Release Schedule

The year of years. One to remember. By all accounts, 2015 looks to be one of the most exciting years in big Hollywood movies in a long time. From the return of Star Wars, to the return of The Avengers, to the return of Jurassic Park, to the return of Terminator, to the (re-)appearances of Ant-Man, Desmond Miles, SpongeBob, Aaron Cross, James Bond, Jason, Ethan Hunt, Ted & Mad Max. In keeping up with the features on FirstShowing, we've (finally) launched our 2015 Release Schedule, with listings that we'll update as time goes on. For now, we wanted to inform everyone that the schedule is up and up-to-date.

To visit the 2015 release schedule online, click here. You can also find our Google Calendar listings here.

We're expecting 2015 to be considerably entertaining as we wade through so many of these new movies, and as always we'll be here to keep you informed and updated on the latest news, trailers & details regarding all of these 2015 releases and beyond. In the meantime, dive into the 2015 schedule to stay current on the latest release dates for the 50+ movies on the line-up. From Star Wars: Episode VII, being directed by J.J. Abrams, to Brad Bird's sci-fi Tomorrowland, to Jurassic World directed by Colin Trevorrow, to Ant-Man from Edgar Wright, it's going to be an unforgettable year. What movies are you most excited about?

Find more posts in Date Changes, General, Movie News

Discover more on ZergNet:

  • Xerxexx
    Put the kettle on Turkish.
  • Insider
    So many sequels. Sigh. 2015 is going to be bad.
  • Chris Groves
    You knew things were crazy when in the last half of 2013 people were talking more about 2015 than they were about 2014.
  • Damon King
    2015 is sequels and reboots galore. Only a few original films in between but damn the amount of sequels is high! It's going to be a huge box office year indeed.
  • Avi
    none! 2013 was a good year! ain't them body Saints... world war z... prisoners... Man of steel... mud... So to know what's coming is unnecessary, I want to be surprised...
    • Mauricio Guaura
      Well, your opinion is certainly not a very popular one. Most people think 2013 was very disappointing compared to previous years. 2014 will probably be a lot better.
    • derek
      Mud for sure. Underrated. Great simple story.
  • Mxyzptlk
    February 13th can die, two of the worst properties ever!
  • OfficialJab
    So many I don't know which ones to comment about. I guess I'm looking forward to Ted and Mission Impossible most. I'd say Bond if they hadn't gotten Mendes back, I'm not sure about that call. And I'd say Star Wars if there were a written guarantee that it won't be 70% vfx.
  • Jason
    Star Wars if for no other reason than to see the fan boys go off their nuts again, especially with JJ' s lens flare.
    • Avatar
      JJ already promised that there won't be any lens flare in his Star Wars movie.
      • MFFLJBM51D
        JJ = Jar Jar. yep, buckle up!
  • Wallace A. Richard
    Holy smokes. The jackpot! Can't wait to jump to 2015!
  • Lex
    Mann... the last four years have gone by so bad.
  • Steve Ward
    Another Friday the 13th and Amityvillie re-make! I'm having a stroke at hollywood's re-re-makes.
  • Ania Chuvashova
    Avengers and Jurassic park and James Bond! :D
  • Sherry Sapp
    And yet Hollywood is filled with gifted talent, apparently still going untapped. Shame on the decision makers for being lazy and unimaginative!



Subscribe to our feed or daily newsletter:
Follow Alex's main profile on twitter:
For the news posts only, follow this acct:
Add our feed to your Feedly: follow us in feedly
Subscribe to me on YouTube for interviews