There’s a bunch of interesting things coming out. Listed are the things I’m personally most interested in that are scheduled for release this year. This list includes video games, movies, and TV. Possible spoilers ahead, especially in the TV.
Marvel’s Agent Carter Jan 6
This looks relatively interesting. Mostly because it would be the beginnings of S.H.I.E.L.D, which we know she helped found. Plus, I always liked Agent Carter. A short series on her should be interesting.
Doctor Who (Series 9) Unknown
I like Doctor Who. That’s all there is to it. I still haven’t seen Series 8 yet, so no opinions formed on Capaldi’s Doctor yet. I’m still sad over Matt Smith leaving, but that was an epic speech at the end of Time of the Doctor, no?
Once Upon a Time (Series 4, part 2) March 1
I’m still sad over Mr. Gold being forced out of Storybrooke at the end of Heroes and Villains. Yes, he deserved it. Can’t have his cake and eat it too. But for a villain, he’s strangely likable. 🙂 I wonder what the second half of the season will hold.
Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D (3DS) Spring 2015
Yes! One of the few Zelda games I have missing from my collection. Granted, this is probably the darkest entry in the series, but it should still be fun. I shall help you save Termina, Link!
Minecraft: Story Mode (Mac) Unknown
I like Minecraft. This idea appeals to me. A story based on Minecraft? Hey, I’ll give it a try.
Movies: Whoo, lots of these. Sorry ’bout that. I like my movies.
Cinderella (March 13)
Live-action version of Cinderella? It’ll be an official Disney version, so it should follow the animated movie fairly closely. Live action Cinderella-type stories have been done, yes, but always based on the general Cinderella story.
Avengers: Age of Ultron (May 1)
Second Avengers movie? Yeah, I’ll go see it. Superheroes are cool, and so is Marvel. (Not to say DC isn’t cool, but I don’t see a movie from them this year. Next year, yes.) Looking forward to this, glad it’s just the original six. I wouldn’t have enjoyed a giant pile of superheroes like Justice League: Unlimited.
Tomorrowland (May 22)
I saw a trailer for this while at the theater for Mockingjay – Part 1. It looked like a fairly cool movie, even from the teaser trailer. It looks like a mix of sci-fi and fantasy to me. Maybe just sci-fi.
Inside Out (June 19)
Any Pixar movie gets a watch, no matter how strange it may seem. However, this does look relatively entertaining from the trailers.
Pan (July 24)
Disney’s really going all out with their live action remakes this year. I’m going to see this one on principle. I see everything with Peter Pan, no matter how poorly acted and/or written. It’s my thing.
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (November 20)
I’m going to see this for one reason: I can’t leave the series unfinished. I hope it lives up to expectations. I’ll be sad if it doesn’t.
The Good Dinosaur (November 25)
Once again, Pixar earns priority status. We love Pixar films over here – I think we own every Pixar film ever. I even have all the shorts on DVD. This movie looks cute, from what I can tell from promo summaries.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens (December 18)
I love Star Wars. Please Disney, don’t ruin it. That means a lot coming from me, since I even like the new trilogy.
There were some films that didn’t make it onto the list, even though I might go see them anyways. Ant-Man, The Fantastic Four, and The Jungle Book all look interesting, despite my love of the Ioan Gruffudd Fantastic Four films, my lack of knowledge of Ant-Man, and my interest in how they’ll pull off a live-action Jungle Book. However, they aren’t priority. Of course, I probably won’t see half of the films on the list until they come out on DVD anyways. Movies are expensive, y’all.
As for the TV shows… well, let’s hope I can stream them (legally) online. I don’t have TV, oddly enough.