When the 2014 summer movie season kicked off, not many people guessed that Guardians of the Galaxy would be able to take over the box office title for the summer. The group of misfits not only set summer box office records but also is on track to be the highest grossing film of the year. With the summer movie season winding down, movie fans are now looking ahead to the fall and winter movie schedule.
The upcoming movie season features another wide range of films, from sci-fi to comedies, the momentum from the summer movie season is likely to keep going into the fall with releases like Gone Girl and Foxcatcher .
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TheCelebrityCafe.com is counting down the top ten upcoming feature films. This season will bring the end of The Hobbit trilogy, unique comedies and some movies that are already gaining Oscar buzz like Whiplash and Foxcatcher. Which movie are you looking forward to the most? Comment below.
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10. The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies
The Hobbit trilogy is coming to a close and fans of middle earth will have to say goodbye to some beloved characters. Martin Freeman has brought the character of Bilbo Baggins and some popular characters from Lord of the Rings have been seen in this story which takes place before the journey to destroy the ring took place. The final battle will be in theaters on December 17th.
Daniel Radcliffe is looking past his role in Harry Potter in this dramatic and unique role in the upcoming Horns. Radcliffe has been featured in a few roles since Potter but this looks like a defining role for the young star. The film will be arriving in theaters in late October.
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8. The Imitation Game
Benedict Cumberbatch has dominated with his role on BBC’s Sherlock and is looking to expand his career into feature films. Cumberbatch plays the lead in this thriller about code breaking back during World War II. From the trailer this looks like a dramatic take on an incredible story. The chemistry between Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley stands out while watching the trailer for the film which will be released on November 21.
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7. Into The Woods
Disney is back with another big budget project that is heavy on the stars. Into The Woods stars Anna Kendrick, Meryl Streep, Chris Pine, Emily Blunt and James Corden. The film looks like a haunting fairytale come to life. Johnny Depp is back in another character driven role and time will tell if fans respond to this new role for Depp. Into The Woods will be arriving on December 25th.
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Nightcrawler stars Jake Gyllenhaal in an incredibly disturbing role. Gyllenhaal plays a young journalist who finds himself in the L.A. crime series. From what is shown in the trailers, he owns the screen with his subtle yet haunting performance of Lou Bloom. Nightcrawler will be released on October 31st.
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Steve Carrell shocked audiences when the trailer for Foxcatcher was released. Carrell is known for being funny in his acting choices but this role is out of the box and truly disturbing for Carrell, who owns every moment he is on screen in the trailer. This true life story has a horrible ending but could result in Oscar gold for Carrell because of how unsettling his performance is.
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Miles Teller has a growing presence in the movie industry and is branching away from teen dramas like Divergent with his role in Whiplash. Whiplash was recognized at the Sundance Film Festival with high honors. Every since the film debuted at Sundance, it has been one to watch. J.K. Simmons and Teller have chemistry on screen that is amazing and haunting.
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3. The Interview
The Interview could potentially cause a World War upon release. James Franco and Seth Rogen are ready to push the political boundaries and make audiences laugh, all around Christmas time.
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2. Fifty Shades of Grey
Fifty Shades of Grey has become one of the most anticipated feature films in recent years. The trailer alone set off an Internet firestorm when it was released. One thing is for sure; audiences will be going to the theater on Valentine’s Day to see how far rated R can go.
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1. Gone Girl
David Fincher is back with Ben Affleck starring in Gone Girl. Affleck almost broke the Internet when it was announced that he was going to play Batman in the upcoming Batman v. Superman but his performance in the trailer for Gone Girl impressed and instantly had audiences wanting more. Fincher hit a home run with The Social Network and Gone Girl might be another phenomenon.