One of my favorite things to do in my free time is see movies in theaters. Although movies have become a bit more expensive as of late I still make sure to see at least one every other month and make sure to pick good ones when I do choose to go. Plenty of great movies came out in 2013 and I expect the same for 2014. Here are some movies that I advise to look out for because they are scheduled to come out next year. However, sometimes problems come up in production and some movies may be pushed back to 2015.
- Captain America: The Winter Soldier – This film staring Chris Evans as Captain America is the second installment in the Captain America series. Steve Rogers/Captain America struggles to live in the new time period as well as his adjusted role in society. Not only this, but Captain America must face the Winter Soldier; a new enemy from his past.
- Noah – This film is based on the biblical story of Noah and the flood. Russell Crowe stars as Noah a very religious man that has visions about a flood striking earth. Noah warns everyone to believe in God so he will save them from the flood, but it is up to each and every person to choose to believe in Noah and his prophecy.
- The Amazing Spiderman 2 – Another Marvel staring Andrew Garfield as Peter Parker/Spiderman and Emma Stone as Gwen Stacy is a continuation from Marvel’s 2012 film of the same name. In this sequel Parker faces new enemies in the form of The Rhino and Electro all while still getting used to being Spiderman.
- Godzilla – This reboot of the classic monster is the latest film in the Godzilla series. This movie is said to bring Godzilla against human engineered monsters that they lose control of and ultimately break into an all out war between man and monsters.
- X-Men: Days of Future Past – This film continues from the story lines of 2006’s X-Men The Last Stand, 2011’s X-Men: First Class, and 2013’s The Wolverine. This film connects all three aforementioned films by having the X-Men travel through time to better to past to save the future.
- Transformers: Age of Extinction – This film is a follow up to 2o11’s Transformers: Dark of the Moon. The fourth film in this series is listed with a mostly new cast and is set 4 years after the events of the last film. Mark Wahlberg stars as inventor Cade Yeager who discovers a buried Transformer causing most of the previous Transformers to return to Earth.
- Hercules – This movie set for release in 2014 stars Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as the Greek Mythological hero Hercules. Unlike the Disney flick this movie will be a live action packed film that will show how Hercules helped the King of Thrace defend against an invasive tyrant warlord.