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#10. Avengers: Age Of Ultron

Director: Joss Whedon
Director: Joss Whedon

Now put down you're pitch forks, i'm looking forward to Avengers: Age Of Ultron but i'm not jumping up and down like most people are. Iv'e seen The Avengers many times now and every time I watch it I like it less and less.

Not because it's a "bad" movie it just does nothing for me, the villain is lackluster, the story is forgettable, it's really cheesy at times. And that's fine... but going back and looking at The Avengers in my opinion it's not great. And when I saw the trailer for Avengers: Age Of Ultron it looked like leftover DLC from the first film.

#9. Jurassic World

Director: Colin Trevorrow
Director: Colin Trevorrow

Can we all just hold hands and pray the Jurassic World is good? In my opinion (and i'm sure most will agree) there has not been a good Jurassic Park movie... since 1993's Jurassic Park. And The Jurassic World trailer really knocked my socks off, and let's hope this movie will take a big bite instead of another disappointing adventure into the Park.

#8. Ant-Man

Director: Peyton Reed
Director: Peyton Reed

I'm really looking forward to Ant-Man, I have not read MUCH Ant-Man comics but he's differently a character I know more about than The Guardians Of The Galaxy before that movie came out.

I know allot people are hating on this movie because Edgar Wright left and rightfully so. But I never was a huge Edgar Wright fan, I have only seen a few of his movies and the ones Iv'e seen have done nothing for me.

But at the same time i'm VERY worried about Ant-Man I know the trailer was just classified so we should be seeing something soon. But will people show up for Ant-Man? In my opinion Ant-Man is more out their than Guardians Of The Galaxy....

#7. The Martian

Director: Ridley Scott
Director: Ridley Scott

Ridley Scott, we all love Ridley Scott but as of late he has not had the best track record. But The Martian sounds really damn cool not much is known other than it's about an astronaut, stranded on Mars, struggling to survive. And with a script by Drew Goddard (The Cabin In the Woods) we should be in really good hands.

#6. The Hateful Eight

Director: Quentin Tarantino
Director: Quentin Tarantino

It's Tarantino, what else it there too say? But we do know more about The Hateful Eight than Tarantino would probably would like due to the leaked script.

"In post-Civil War Wyoming, bounty hunters try to find shelter during a blizzard but get involved in a plot of betrayal and deception."

#5. Mission Impossible: 5

Director: Christopher McQuarrie
Director: Christopher McQuarrie

The Mission Impossible films are so much fun, insane action, comedy, allot of heart, and Tom Cruise being Tom Cruise... what more can you ask for?

#4. Chappie

Director: Neill Blomkamp
Director: Neill Blomkamp

I really liked Elysium, and I loved District 9 I think Niell Blomkamp is a director that brings something fresh and new to film. And i'm hoping Chappie will be no different the trailer truly blew me away, and it was a movie not on my radar for 2015 and now it takes the #4. spot.

#3. Fantastic Four

Director: Josh Trank
Director: Josh Trank

Yes that's right, no you're eyes are not deceiving you. I'm REALLY looking forward to Josh Trank's Fantastic Four. Let's state some facts NOBODY cares about The Fantastic Four, even if you think you like the Fantastic Four... well stop lying to yourself because you don't.

The Fantastic Four comics don't sell, not to say there aren't Fantastic Four fans because i'm a Fantastic Four fan. But why not try something new? Look i'm NOT happy one of the best villains ever created is going to be a blogger. But maybe in the end it could be cool? Nevertheless I honestly don't think FOX will be holding onto The Fantastic Four rights for much longer. So If you are TRULY offended by the changes in this upcoming film. Marvel/Disney should have the right's back before Avengers: Infinity War.

#2. Midnight Special

Director: Jeff Nichols
Director: Jeff Nichols

Jeff Nichols is one of those directors that quickly moving up their for me. Mud, and Take Shelter are some of my favorite movies in the last decade. And If I can see any movie on this list right now in advance of it's release.... it's Midnight Special.

"A father and son go on the run after the dad learns his child possesses special powers."

#1. Mad Max: Fury Road

Director: George Miller
Director: George Miller

Mad Max: Fury Road is one of those movies, that you kind of know it's going to be really damn good. Because the original director of the 1st 3 original movies is returning, Mad Max 2 is in my top 5 movies of all time. It's an all out balls to the wall action movie. When I saw the trailer for Mad Max: Fury Road I kind of had to take a step back.... and I was reminded that this is a George Miller movie, and that's a good thing.

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