The Avengers: Age of Ultron

The Avengers: Age of Ultron

2015 looks set to be one of the biggest movie years of all time, with some of the most anticipated films due for release.

I know that we are only in September 2013, but we are already super excited about the films that are on the horizon.

So we take a look at some of the movies that will be gracing the big screen in 2015 - and boy is there going to be a lot to choose from.

- The Avengers: Age of Ultron - released 1st May 2015

There has been talk about an Avengers sequel ever since the closing credits of Avengers Assemble rolled.

And after the first film took over $1.5 billion at the global box office, it comes as no surprise that a second film was immediately in the pipeline.

This was already one of the most anticipated films, but Joss Whedon cranked up the excitement at Comic Con when he revealed that the movie will be called The Avengers: Age of Ultron.

James Spader has since been cast as Ultron while Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr, Mark Ruffalo and Jeremy Runner are all set to return.

The likes of Aaron Taylor Johnson and Elizabeth Olsen have been linked to the roles of Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch - but these are yet to be confirmed.

This is the 2015 movie that I am most excited about and filming is due to get under way at the beginning of next year.

- Bond 24 - released 23rd October 2015.

Skyfall is the biggest and best Bond movie of all time, so Daniel Craig and go are really going to have to go some if they want to equal or better or.

But they are going to give it a go as Craig returns to the role of 007 for a fourth film in 2015.

It looked like Sam Mendes would not be back in the director's chair, but the filmmaker has had a change of heart and is on board - which is nothing but great news.

Ben Whishaw and Ralph Fiennes are also expected to return, but nothing is known about the plot of the film.

After the success of Skyfall in 2012 there is an excitement around Bond 24 like never before - it really does feel like we are entering a new era of Bond films.

- Star Wars VII - 2015

Star Wars VII is set to be one of the biggest movies of 2015 as the popular franchise returns with a new director at the helm.

J.J. Abrams is in the director's chair for the very first time after Disney bought Lucasfilm last year.

There are plans for three more movies to be made, and 2015 will see the first one hit the big screen.

There are all sorts of rumours flying around about who has been cast as the likes of Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher have been linked to the film.

Last week it was believed that Benedict Cumberbatch had landed a part in the film; those rumours were quashed by the actor.

All we know for certain is that Abrams is in the director's chair, so we are going to have to wait for a plot and a cast list. Work is expected to begin on the movie next year.

- Batman Vs Superman - summer 2015

Batman Vs Superman is already one of the most controversial movies on the horizon - and not a single frame of the movie has been shot yet.

Why? Because Ben Affleck has been cast as Batman? Yes Christian Bale has not left the role of Bruce Wayne for five minutes, and it has already been handed to someone else. And to say that fans are unhappy with the casting is an understatement.

Batman Vs Superman is set to be the sequel to Man of Steel, and will see Zack Snyder back in the director's chair. Henry Cavill will also be reprising the role of Clark Kent.

Superman looks set to face off against Batman in the new movie - you can only think that this is being down with a Justice League movie in mind.

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