Upcoming Movies in Late 2014

This list of movies are movies that are projected to be award-winning films this year. Many of them you probably have not heard of because of their low budget and everything.

Big Eyes (Directed by Tim Burton)

Known for Edward Scissorhands and The Corpse Bride, Tim Burton’s new release is an interesting story that sounds like it could be a true story. It is about a female artist in the 1950s and how her husband claimed her work later on. It stars Amy Adams and academy-award winner Christoph Waltz, along with Breaking Bad star Krysten Ritter. It is scheduled to come out on Christmas.

Foxcatcher (Directed by Bennett Miller)

This is a very interestingly cast movie with Steve Carell and Channing Tatum playing serious roles in Foxcatcher. This story is about Olympic Wrestling Champion Mark Schultz and how his brother was killed by a schizophrenic man. If you don’t who Bennett Miller is, he directed two academy-award nominated movies, Moneyball and Capote. It is scheduled to release on November 14.

Gone Girl (Directed by David Fincher)

Gone Girl is based on a book written by Gillian Flynn released in 2012. It is about a man whose wife is killed and he may not be innocent. This stars Ben Affleck as the main character, along with Rosamund Pike and Neil Patrick Harris. David Fincher has directed films such as Fight Club, Se7en and The Social Network, and was also an executive producer on Season 1 of House of Cards. Gone Girl is expected to release in October 2014.

Inherent Vice (Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson)

Based off a book by Thomas Pynchon, released in 2009, Inherent Vice stars Joaquin Phoenix, Reese Witherspoon, Josh Brolin and Owen Wilson. It is about a 1970 druggie detective investigating the disappearance of a former girlfriend. Anderson directed There Will Be Blood and Magnolia. This really anticipated movie is scheduled to release on December 12.

Interstellar (Directed by Christopher Nolan)

Interstellar is about…. Well nobody knows what Interstellar is really about. Nolan’s secrecy about the plot line will surely make this movie way better. Written along with his brother Jonathan Nolan, it stars Matthew McConaughey (Dallas Buyers ClubMud, and the HBO series True Detective), Jessica Chastian, and Anne Hathaway.