Every year, something amazing happens. Something that’s really a sight to behold, when you get right down to it. Something as amazing as a massive sphere of universal matter successfully completing a perfect rotation around a precisely temperate, exploding ball of gas so that life can be sustained.
It’s called... another year.
And in this upcoming year, the year of the horse, the year not a single dystopian movie you can think of takes place in—2014—anything is possible. Such is the nature of things that haven’t happened yet. We could finally see that surge of time-traveling DeLoreans we were all promised so many moons ago. There could be a spontaneous invasion of supermodel aliens from outer space. They might introduce a new color of M&M. The Cubs could win the World Series. All is possibility in 2014.
But to be sure, a series of culture-defining movies, criminally Grammy-snubbed albums, widely televised sporting events and addictive television shows will be loosed upon you and your fellow members of the public. So come with us on a journey of the mind. A journey of the heart and of the soul. A journey through a list of things we cannot wait for in 2014.
“A journey through a list of things we cannot wait for in 2014.”
2014: anything is possible. There could be a spontaneous invasion of supermodel aliens from outer space. The Cubs could win the World Series. A TV adaptation of Fargo could be good...
An original HBO series with Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey as Louisiana homicide detectives. Goodbye, Sunday nights.
Okay, technically Jersey. But still: it’s outside, and therefore the possibility of a Snow Bowl has never been greater.
The thrill of victory, the agony of defeat, the untethered glory that is speed-skating uniforms.
Jude Law ditches his pretty-boy persona, playing a safecracker with one hell of an amazing mustache.
Bruce Willis and Mickey Rourke are back... oh, and so is Jessica Alba and her presumably skimpy outfits.
Christopher Nolan’s first movie since The Dark Knight Rises. Probably best to get in line at the IMAX now.
It’s easy to cringe when a beloved movie is made into a TV show, but Joel Coen is directing the pilot...
Jay-Z and Kanye West team up again to prove that two Everest-sized egos can fit on one record.
The final season of the groundbreaking series. Spoiler alert: Roger will drink a martini at some point.
Apparently, Bono and the boys have been working with ace producer Danger Mouse. Probably working on something “Crazy.” (Sorry.)
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