Movies That Still Have A 2014 Premier Date Part 1
On 29 September 2014
Regardless if you’ve liked the movies 2014 brought so far, you have to admit that it was a pretty good year for comic book adaptations. With box office blockbusters like “Guardians of the Galaxy”, “Transformers: Age of Extinction”, “X-Men: Days of Future Past”, “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” and “The Amazing Spider-Man 2” we can definitely say that it was an amazing year for comic book lovers and not only. “Sin City 2” was another movie worth seeing and in my modest opinion, a true work of art. Also worth mentioning are “300 Rise of an Empire”, “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles”, “How to train your Dragon 2”, and of course “22 Jump Street”.
The list could go on and on, but we’re just going to stop here and tell you what 2014 still has enstored for us. If you are curious to see what other great movies, or, in other words, box office hits 2014 brought so far, you can always check out our Top 10 Highest Grossing Movies of 2014 Until Now Part 1 and Part 2. So here is what the Fall-Winter 2014 Season is cooking up for us:
1) The Hunger Games: Probably one of the most anticipated movies in 2014, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 has a release date on November 21 in the US. As you probably remember, its prequel, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire ended with Katniss destroying the games forever. Now she is in District 13, under the leadership of President Coin and Plutarch Heavensbee (Philip Seymour Hoffman), fighting to save Peeta. You can see the trailer and official posters or read more about Mockingjay Part 1 here.
2) Dracula Untold: With a release date of October 10 in the US, Dracula Untold is more like telling a different side of the story. Even though the original legend of Dracula originates in Transilvania, Romania and has nothing to do with Vlad Tepes becoming Dracula to protect his kingdom and family, the screenwriters and director Gary Shore decided there is a different side of this story. They thought there is nothing more sacred than the love for your family and people, and the will to protect them will force one to make a deal with dangerous supernatural forces. Even though becoming the first vampire is not exactly according to legend and Dracula movies have been made since 1931 (first Dracula movie ever made) the technology advancements might just turn this movie into a box office hit.
3) Gone Girl – Since it will be another year before we get to see Ben Affleck suit up as Gotham’s protector, we get to enjoy his dark and troubled side in “Gone Girl”, an R-rated movie with a October 3 release date. Based on Gillian Flynn’s novel with the same name, in “Gone Girl” we get to see Ben Affleck as Nick Dunne, searching for his missing wife. However, the fact that he may or may not have anything to do with her disappearance has often made critics to refer to it as “dark and twisted”.
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