Coming Attractions: 2014 Movies We Can’t Wait To See

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January 3, 2014 ‐ By M A

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With the new year celebrations just behind us, we figured it was time that we turn our attention to the big screen productions that have us anxiously awaiting their release. From comedies to dramas to historical tour de forces,  here we take a look at the 2014 movies we’re most eager to see over the next 12 months.

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  • J Mc

    I can’t wait for all of the Hunger Games movies to be out I’m so gonna have a marathon moment lol. I’ve read the books and even after reading the books I still love to watch the movies. It’s just something about the Hunger Games that keeps me hooked whether I just got done reading the book or watching the movie. I think I know where Mockingjay pt 1 might end but I’m excited to see if I’m right.

  • FromUR2UB

    Belle sorta looks like it’s going to have a ‘Feast of all Saints’ theme with some cringey parts in it. I’ll see.

  • Real Talk

    ALL HOLLYWOOD MOVIES, TV SHOWS, ETC., ETC. IS BEING CREATED FOR MARKETING TO THE INTERNATIONAL AUDIENCE. HOLLYWOOD DOES NOT REALLY CARE ABOUT SELLS IN usa.

  • realist

    I guess no one is checking for think like a man too and about last night but someone is checking for single moms club? Don’t get me wrong I like tyler but that movie is not gonna do well.

  • MiaSara

    I’m waiting for “Half of a yellow sun”!

    • Sarita Alexander

      Right?! Why is that not on this list?

  • WHOISBSQUARED?

    …..CANT WAIT TO SEE THAT ZANE MOVIE….BU. MONICA CALHOUN WOULDA BEEN A GOOD CANDIDATE FOR THE ROLE TOO….BUT OL GURL GOT THIS ONE FA SHO….SHE PLAYED THE HECK OUT THAT ROLE IN WOMAN THOU ART LOOSED/THE SEVENTH DAY

  • Dannie

    No Captain America 2? Cause I’m sure as hell looking forward to that one! Woot!

  • Luckystar393

    The Other Woman starring Cameron Diaz and Leslie Mann looks ok but it looks like a remake of John Tucker Must Die. I really only want to see it because Nicki Minaj has a role and I want to see her acting skills

  • Bits

    In 2013 Hollywood should be ashamed of depicting all white casts in biblical stories/movies. The public should not tolerate such an arrogant display of white supremacy. If anything, biblical casts should be depicted multi-racially. It is not known for sure what the race of the people in the bible was (although historical evidence points toward black) but at any rate its pretty clear that they were not European White since most of the stories of the Bible are set in Africa and areas immediately surrounding that continent. Noah is just another play on people’s psyche just like “the passion of the christ” was and people continue to drink the subliminal message kool-aid. So no I will not spend my money on Noah but Tyler Perry’s movie looks like it could be pretty good.

    • A.J.

      I was just thinking the same thing! I enjoy a good Biblical epic but I am SO tired of seeing white Biblical characters. You can’t tell me that they couldn’t have found a Black actor to play Noah? (I keep thinking of Blair Underwood). That is the main thing which is preventing me from seeing the movie. The implications behind this particular Bible story are especially pressing. Noah is about the rebirth of civilization and nature; showing a white figure and his family as the surviving people on earth who rebuild the world completely leaves out people of color and their role in history. There is no excuse for this.

      • Bee

        Noah co-stars Jennifer Connelly, whose mother is Jewish, and Logan Lerman, who is just Jewish. Surely they can play Old Testament characters.

    • monitorette

      I’m sure you meant: most of the Biblical stories are set in the Middle East, as I’m sure you know your Geography and that thousand years ago, the Middle East was already the Middle East.

      • Bits

        Nope I meant exactly what i said because anyone who knows anything about geography knows that the middle east was at one time attached to the continent of africa. And ummm no it was not called the middle east back in the days that christ supposedly walked the earth. Please do your research before you try and correct someone in the comments section of an entertainment newws site.

        • FromUR2UB

          Yep, that’s likely. The continents fit together like puzzle pieces…with frayed edges, or course.

        • monitorette

          I knew you were going to reply with this comment. My answer is: The history written in the Bible (true or fiction) was settled long, long, long after Africa and the Middle East drifted apart from each other.
          Basic. Common Sense.

          • Bits

            according to what historical report Einstein?

      • Sheba

        If you knew anything about history you would know that the Middle East and north/east Africa were one and the same!

        You know more than anybody as an East African, I’m so tired of Hollywood stealing our history and adopting our “orphan” children!

        The truth is all middle eastern people are descendants of nomadic East African tribes, period!

        That’s why Hebrew and Aramaic (both Jesus’s mother languages) are a part of the AFRO-Asiatic language family, which still does include horn of African languages widely spoken today!

        I’m very proud to be from the Horn of Africa because of our history, we.are.the.world.

        The media constantly tries to humiliate us and make us feel less than they always readily show East African refugees, yet never are we used in our own damn stories… Damn you Hollywood!

        • Bits

          Thank you! Anybody with eyes can just look at a map and tell that the middle east was once apart of Africa!

        • monitorette

          Too bad that Middle Eastern people with their commonly silk or curly loose hair do not fit you vision of how Jesus should look like…
          To portray him as a Black African is as absurd as portraying him as a European.

          • Bits

            the fact that you know NOTHING about history and you sit proudly in that fact boggles me. Sweety the original people of the so-called middle east (which was just plain ole africa in biblical times) did not look like the middle easterners of today. The people that inhabit that area today are hybrids. they are the product of the original BLACK africans who mated with european migrants. This happened AFTER the time depicted in the Bible. The original people of that area were BLACK sorry to burst your ill informed bubble.

    • http://Islandmix.com/ Adrian Khan (The Soca Warrior)

      And African Americans will still gobble that crap up like you did with the horrible tv movie.

      • Bits

        Not just African-Americans but Black folks in general.

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  • Courtney Banks

    I saw the trailer for single mom’s club, and his movies are getting lighter and lighter. I don’t think Mr.Perry gets the memo, no matter how many white actors you put in your movie, white people don’t want to see it.. Can you imagine the uproar if all those moms were black??

  • Bren

    Where’s Pompeii? I don’t think Kevin hart is funny so I most likely won’t be watching his movie. Otherwise the movies listed look exciting!