1) Guardians of the Galaxy
2) X-Men: Days of Future Past
Very little is known so far about Interstellar but since it stars Matthew McConaughey and the title seems to be some kind of astronaut reference I'm assuming it's the long-awaited sequel to Failure to Launch.
4) I, Frankenstein
Everything about I, Frankenstein throws up more red flags for me than Fox News anchors see when they look at Barack Obama. It has been delayed over and over and over again. It's one of those movies that's based on a comic book that was only written to be adapted into a movie (see also, Cowboys and Aliens). It stars Aaron Eckhart, who while not a bad actor is usually a bad omen for box office in the lead role and whose roles are so eclectic that it seems he doesn't so much have an agent as he has a dart board with movie titles stuck to it. And then there's the fact that it's about Frankenstein's fucking monster "becoming involved in a war between two immortal clans in an ancient city", it is obviously going to be terrible and I can't wait to tear into it.
5) How to Catch a Monster
2013 saw two famous young actors turn their hands to writing and directing. Joseph Gordon-Levitt's feature length directorial debut Don Jon was a hit with audiences and critics. Shia LaBeouf's short film HowardCantour.com was completely plagiarised, because Shia LaBeouf. This year will see the release of a film written and directed by Mr Facial Expression himself, Ryan Gosling. Gosling has certainly worked with some talented, visually minded directors, one can only hope he's picked up some of their skills. With a fantasy neo-noir premise and Christina Hendricks, Matt Smith and Saoirse Ronan among the cast, How to Catch a Monster may be under the radar right now but could turn out to be very intriguing indeed.