Watch: First Cut 2015, A 'Movie Mashup Preview' of the Year Ahead
by Alex Billington
January 5, 2015
"Two-thousand-fifteen! You mean – we're in the future?!" It's 2015! It's finally here, the year when we get another Avengers movie and a new Star Wars movie, not to mention Jurassic World and Mad Max. With the new year underway, friend of the site Nick Bosworth has cut together another one of his mashup videos, but instead of a retrospective on the year past he's looking forward at the year ahead - 2015. The video is just a quick glimpse at some of the Hollywood movies on the line-up for 2015 (and a fun nod to Back to the Future: Part II) and should get you excited for all we have in store, even if the first few months are filled with boring releases. Then again, maybe there are some great films coming up pretty soon. Fire it up below.
Explained via YouTube: "We're in for one hell of a year when it comes to movies folks. From the return of legendary franchises like Jurassic World, Mad Max: Fury Road and Star Wars: The Force Awakens to a massive number of highly-anticipated independent films, there's something for everybody to look forward to. To celebrate the new year, I wanted to get everybody excited with a new and fun mashup and I hope you all enjoy it. There has indeed been an awakening… 2015 is here!" Three cheers for… Ultron! This definitely seems like a promising year for movies, at least at the start, but you never know how it'll all turn out. That said, I'm excited about the year of movies ahead. Here's 20 of Our Most Anticipated Movies of 2015.
Reader Feedback - 8 Comments
Very well done boys
Tester on Jan 5, 2015
What is the movie at 0:57? The monster thing running down what looks like a submarine hallway. Thanks
Jace Gawne-Buckland on Jan 5, 2015
That is from REC 4 Apocalypse. Now on VOD and xbox live.
SkyNet300 on Jan 5, 2015
Jace Gawne-Buckland on Jan 6, 2015
Oh boy. 2015. A good year.
DAVIDPD on Jan 5, 2015
whatever dude! its 2015!!!! #bttf
Rembo on Jan 6, 2015
Take me back to 1985. That was a better year for great movies.
Mike Zarquon on Jan 7, 2015
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