Must-See New Photos from Must-See 2015 Movies

Must-See New Photos from Must-See 2015 Movies

Jan 07, 2015

Fifty Shades of Grey

What's your definition of a must-see movie? Our experts have already weighed in on the most anticipated comic book movies, considered movies that might be the most surprising, and provided a list of 2015 movies that need to be on your radar.

To further whet your appetite, USA Today has published a slew of new photos of even more 2015 releases. Will you be adding any of these to your own personal "must-see" movie list?


Fifty Shades of Grey (February 13)

Dakota Johnson -- or, at least, her mouth and fingers! -- gets the spotlight (above), which reflects the sensual angle of the marketing for a movie that needs to be really, really sexy to satisfy fans of the original book. Johnson is a charming actress, as she showed in the short-lived TV sitcom Ben and Kate, and, as the daughter of Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson, she certainly has the heritage to play what is sure to be an unforgettable role.


Cinderella (March 13)


Lily James is the heroine in what looks like a highly colorful yet traditional take on the fairy tale, directed by Kenneth Branagh. James is a bright young actress who stands out in the British TV series Downton Abbey; here she looks rather glorious dancing with her Prince Charming (Richard Madden).


In the Heart of the Sea (March 13)

In the Heart of the Sea

The dynamite combo of star Chris Hemsworth and director Ron Howard, reteaming after the exciting racing drama Rush, should bring a similar surge of emotion to the story of an epic adventure on the high seas that pits a giant whale against a sailing vessel and her crew.


Insurgent (March 20)


Shailene Woodley has blazed an impressive trail so far, moving easily from "girlfriend" supporting roles to starring performances in challenging indie flicks, so we're eager to see how she uses that experience in her second take on the action-oriented character.


Furious 7 (April 3)

Furious 7

This photo showcases the biggest challenge for the latest installment in what has been a dynamic, lighthearted series, namely the loss of Paul Walker. His chemistry with Vin Diesel has been integral to the success of the franchise, and it will be fascinating to see how fans will react, knowing that they're witnessing his final performance.


Entourage (June 5)


Jeremy Piven holds court as a studio head in the big-screen version of the long-running HBO series. Can the movie be as peppy as the TV show while keeping our attention at feature length? We're rooting for the boys.


Insidious: Chapter 3 (June 5)

Insidious: Chapter 3

Horror-movie prequels can seem awfully formulaic -- after all, we know that at least one or more characters will survive -- but with veteran scribe Leigh Whannell making his directorial debut, we have a feeling that this will be an unexpected and unsettling experience.


Inside Out (June 19)

Inside Out

The premise -- the emotions inside a young girl's mind come to life -- means that this Pixar adventure will be unlike anything the studio has made before.


Pan (July 24)


Hugh Jackman has not taken on villainous roles very often, though he certainly has demonstrated a hard edge in a number of his movies. Now we'll see how he does as the nasty Blackbeard in Joe Wright's large-scale fantasy, which automatically makes it a must-see!


The Good Dinosaur (November 25)

The Good Dinosaur

Pixar rarely disappoints, so even the news of this film's delay doesn't deter our enthusiasm, since that's part of the nature of animated projects that take years to complete. We'll be there on opening day for this prehistoric picture.




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