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Our Mega-Sized 2015 Pop Culture Preview

It seems like just yesterday we were living our lives like it was 2014. It was a simpler time. But who needs the boring old past? That’s right — we’re living in the future and we’ve got hoverboards and Ant-Man and a new Star Wars on the way!

We here at Nerdist News firmly believe in the old adage of “out with the old, in with the new,” so in that spirit, we have put together a preview of the awesomeness coming your way in 2015. From the biggest video game releases of the year to universe-changing comic book events to the films we’re already lining up to see and beyond, we’ve mapped out all the awesome pop cultural goodness coming your way in the year ahead. And, as always, your intrepid tour guide will be none other than Jessica Chobot, so grab your calendars and start planning ahead because it’s gonna be a busy year.

What are you looking forward to most in 2015? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter!

Want to relive the very best of 2014? We’ve got the perfect playlist for you:

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Comments

  1. SharlzG says:

    I’m excited for everything MCU – at the moment Marvel can do no wrong – and both wary and excited for Star Wars – definitely intrigued to see which direction they’re headed. 

  2. Pedro Morales says:

    the t-shirt is new!!!!???? the bending mark is the evidence…. :3

  3. Michael Sacal says:

    “Celebrating Crisis by bringing back the multiverse”. The ultimate oxymoron.

  4. Insightful Panda says:

    HOPEFULLY – with any luck – we’ll also be getting a release date about Final Fantasy 15. Seriously though, this game has been pending about as long as Ant-Man has been in development! Actually . . . probably longer if you consider it used to be Versus 13 in 2006. *le sigh* 
    PS: Happy New Year Nerdist!