List of American films of 2015

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This is a list of American films released in 2015.


Box office records[edit]

  • Jurassic World grossed $208.8 million domestically in its opening weekend, making it the biggest domestic opening weekend of all time, surpassing The Avengers ($207.4 million on 4–6 May 2012). The film also grossed $106.6 million domestically in its second weekend, making it the biggest domestic second weekend of all time, surpassing The Avengers again ($103 million on 11–13 May 2012). In its third weekend, the film grossed $54.5 million, becoming just the third film to gross more than $50 million in its third weekend, along with The Avengers and Avatar. Onv vĠ June 19, the film became the 51st film to reach $300 million, and the fastest film to do so, achieving the milestone in just eight days, surpassing The Avengers (which took nine days to reach the benchmark); on June 21, the film became the 17th film to reach $400 million, and the fastest film to do so, achieving the milestone in just ten days, surpassing The Avengers (which took fourteen days to reach the benchmark); on June 28, the film became the fifth film to reach $500 million (joining The Avengers, Avatar, The Dark Knight, and Titanic) and the fastest film to do so, achieving the milestone in just 17 days, surpassing The Avengers (which took 23 days to reach the benchmark). On July 17, the film became the fourth film to reach $600 million and the fastest film to do so, achieving the milestone in 36 days, surpassing Avatar (which took 47 days to reach the benchmark). On September 23, the film became the third film to reach $650 million, achieving the milestone in 104 days, which is second-fastest behind Avatar (which took 58 days to reach the benchmark); it also became the third film to gross over $650 million domestically while also grossing over $1 billion outside North America.
  • Inside Out grossed $90.4 million domestically in its opening weekend, making it the biggest domestic opening weekend for an original film of all time, surpassing Avatar ($77 million on 18–20 December 2009). The film became the fastest animated film to reach $100 million, achieving the milestone in just four days, surpassing Shrek 2 (which took five days to reach the benchmark). On July 18, Inside Out became the eighth animated film, and 52nd film over all, to gross more than $300 million domestically, joining Shrek 2, The Lion King, Toy Story 3, Frozen, Finding Nemo, Despicable Me 2, and Shrek the Third. On September 11, the film became the seventh animated film to gross more than $350 domestically.
  • Minions grossed $46.04 million domestically on its opening day, making it the biggest domestic opening day for an animated film, surpassing Toy Story 3 ($41.1 million on 18 June 2010). The film became the fastest animated film to reach $100 million, achieving the milestone in just three days, surpassing Inside Out; the film also joined Toy Story 3 as the fastest animated film to reach $200 million, achieving the milestone in nine days. On August 8, Minions became the ninth animated film, and 53rd film overall, to gross more than $300 million domestically.
  • Straight Outta Compton grossed $60.2 million domestically in its opening weekend, making it the biggest domestic opening weekend for a music biopic of all time, surpassing Walk the Line ($22.3 million on 18–20 November 2005).[1][2] The film took only nine days to gross $100 million at the domestic box office, becoming only the second music biopic to cross the milestone, and surpassing Walk the Line (which took 65 days to reach the benchmark). By August 27, the film had earned $120.9 million to become the highest domestic grossing music biopic of all time, surpassing Walk the Line ($119.5 million), and by September 21, the film had earned $188.99 million to become the highest worldwide grossing music biopic of all time, surpassing Walk the Line's worldwide lifetime gross of $186.4 million.
  • Star Wars: The Force Awakens grossed $57 million domestically in Thursday preview showings, making it the biggest preview showing of all time, surpassing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2 ($43.5 million in previews on 14 July 2011); the total included a record $5.7 million in IMAX ticket sales, surpassing Avengers: Age of Ultron ($3 million on 30 April 2015).[3] The film went on to gross $119.1 million domestically on Friday (including Thursday's receipts), making it the biggest opening day and the biggest single day of all time, again surpassing Deathly Hallows – Part 2 ($91 million on 15 July 2011) to become the only film ever to gross more than $100 million in a single day and the fastest film to reach the $100 million milestone (surpassing 15 other films, including most recently Jurassic World on 12–13 June 2015, which took two days to reach the benchmark).[4] Excluding Thursday preview receipts, Force Awakens grossed $62.1 million on its opening Friday, surpassing Deathly Hallows – Part 2 ($47.5 million on 15 July 2011); the film's Friday total included a record $14 million in IMAX ticket sales.[5] The film also grossed $68.3 million on Saturday, the third-highest Saturday gross (behind Jurassic World, The Avengers) and becoming the fourth film to gross more than $60 million on a Saturday (along with Iron Man 3); the film then grossed $60.5 million on Sunday, becoming the first film to gross more than $60 million on a Sunday and surpassing Jurassic World ($57.2 million on 14 June 2015), for a total weekend gross of $248 million, making it the biggest domestic opening weekend of all time, surpassing Jurassic World ($208.8 million on 12–14 June 2015).[6] The total also contributed to a record total weekend gross of $305.55 million for all films, surpassing the weekend of 12–14 June 2015 ($266 million during the opening of Jurassic World), and was the biggest December opening weekend of all time, surpassing The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey ($84.6 million on 14–16 December 2012), including a record $30.1 million in IMAX ticket sales. On December 21, the film grossed another $40.1 million, surpassing Spider-Man 2 ($27.7 million on 5 July 2004) for biggest Monday gross and becoming the first film ever to gross more than $30 million and $40 million on a Monday; the film also become the fastest film to gross $250 million, achieving the milestone in four days and surpassing Jurassic World (which took five days to reach the benchmark).[7] On December 22, the film grossed another $37.36 million, surpassing The Amazing Spider-Man ($35 million on 3 July 2012) for biggest Tuesday gross; the film also became the 54th to reach $300 million, and the fastest film to do so, achieving the milestone in just five days, surpassing Jurassic World (which took eight days to reach the benchmark).[8] On December 24th, the film earned another $27.59 million to raise its domestic opening week gross to $391.1 million, surpassing Jurassic World ($296.2 million on 12–18 June 2015).[9] On December 25th, the film grossed $49.3 million, breaking the record for a non-opening Friday gross by surpassing Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen ($36.74 million on 26 June 2009), and breaking the record for a Christmas Day gross by more than doubling Sherlock Holmes ($24.6 million on 25 December 2009); the day also raised the film's total domestic gross to $440.4 million, breaking the record for an 8-day gross and surpassing Jurassic World ($325.3 million on 12–19 June 2015), as well as becoming the 18th film to reach $400 million, and the fastest film to do so, achieving the milestone in just eight days, surpassing Jurassic World (which took ten days to reach the benchmark).[10] On December 26, the film grossed another $56.6 million, breaking the record for highest second Saturday gross and surpassing The Avengers ($42.9 million on 12 May 2012) before grossing an additional $47.6 million on Sunday and breaking the record for highest second Sunday gross and surpassing Jurassic World ($38.4 million on 21 June 2015); the film grossed a total of $153.5 million in its second weekend, making the biggest domestic second weekend of all time and surpassing Jurassic World ($106.6 million on 19–21 June 2015), and raised its total domestic gross to $544.57 million, making Force Awakens just the sixth film to reach $500 million, and the fastest film to do so, achieving the milestone in just ten days and surpassing Jurassic World (which took 17 days to reach the benchmark).

2015[edit]

January – March[edit]

Opening Title Director Cast Genre Notes Ref.
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2 The Woman in Black 2: Angel of Death Tom Harper Phoebe Fox

Jeremy Irvine

Helen McCrory

Adrian Rawlins

Ned Dennehy

Horror Relativity Media

Sequel to The Woman in Black (2012)

9 Taken 3 Olivier Megaton Liam Neeson

Forest Whitaker

Famke Janssen

Maggie Grace

Action 20th Century Fox
Let's Kill Ward's Wife Scott Foley Scott Foley
Patrick Wilson
Donald Faison
James Carpinello
Comedy Well Go USA Entertainment [11]
14 Match Stephen Belber Patrick Stewart
Carla Gugino
Matthew Lillard
Rob Yang
Drama IFC Films [12]
16 Blackhat Michael Mann Chris Hemsworth
Viola Davis
Manny Montana
Tang Wei
Action Universal Pictures [13]
Little Accidents Sarah Colangelo Elizabeth Banks
Boyd Holbrook
Chloë Sevigny
Josh Lucas
Drama Amplify
Based on the short film of the same name
[14]
Paddington Paul King Ben Whishaw

Hugh Bonneville

Sally Hawkins

Madeleine Harris

Samuel Joslin

Julie Walters

Nicole Kidman

Children's film StudioCanal
Spare Parts Sean McNamara George Lopez
Jamie Lee Curtis
Carlos PenaVega
Esai Morales
Drama Lions Gate Entertainment [15]
The Wedding Ringer Jeremy Garelick Kevin Hart
Josh Gad
Olivia Thirlby
Kaley Cuoco
Alan Ritchson
Romantic comedy Screen Gems [16]
Vice Brian A. Miller Thomas Jane
Bruce Willis
Ambyr Childers
Johnathon Schaech
Sci-fi Lions Gate Entertainment [17]
20 Veronika Decides to Die Emily Young Sarah Michelle Gellar
Jonathan Tucker
Erika Christensen
Melissa Leo
Drama Entertainment One
Based on the novel of the same name
[18]
23 The Boy Next Door Rob Cohen Jennifer Lopez
Ryan Guzman
Kristin Chenoweth
Hill Harper
Thriller Universal Pictures [19]
Cake Daniel Barnz Jennifer Aniston
Sam Worthington
Anna Kendrick
Adriana Barraza
Drama Freestyle Releasing [20]
The Humbling Barry Levinson Al Pacino
Greta Gerwig
Kyra Sedgwick
Dan Hedaya
Drama Millennium Films
Based on the novel of the same name by Philip Roth
[21]
Mortdecai David Koepp Johnny Depp
Gwyneth Paltrow
Ewan McGregor
Olivia Munn
Comedy Lions Gate Entertainment
Based on the book of the same name by Kyril Bonfiglioli
[22]
Song One Kate Barker-Froyland Anne Hathaway
Mary Steenburgen
Crystal Lonneberg
Stefano Villabona
Drama Cinedigm [23]
Strange Magic Gary Rydstrom Alan Cumming
Evan Rachel Wood
Kristin Chenoweth
Maya Rudolph
Animation
Fantasy
Walt Disney [24]
We'll Never Have Paris Simon Helberg Simon Helberg
Melanie Lynskey
Maggie Grace
Zachary Quinto
Romantic comedy Orion Pictures [25]
30 Black or White Mike Binder Kevin Costner
Octavia Spencer
Bill Burr
Mpho Koaho
Drama Relativity Media [26]
The Loft Erik Van Looy Karl Urban

Wentworth Miller

James Marsden

Mystery Open Road Films
Project Almanac Dean Israelite Sofia Black D'Elia
Jonny Weston
Allen Evangelista
Virginia Gardner
Thriller Paramount Pictures [27]
Wild Card Simon West Jason Statham
Michael Angarano
Stanley Tucci
Sofia Vergara
Drama Lions Gate Entertainment
Based on the novel Heat by William Goldman
[28]
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6 3 Nights in the Desert Gabriel Cowan Wes Bentley
Vincent Piazza
Amber Tamblyn
Drama Monterey Media [29]
Enter the Dangerous Mind Victor Teran Jake Hoffman
Nikki Reed
Scott Bakula
Gina Rodriguez
Thriller Well Go USA Entertainment [30]
Jupiter Ascending The Wachowskis Channing Tatum
Mila Kunis
Sean Bean
Eddie Redmayne
Sci-fi Warner Bros. Pictures [31]
Love, Rosie Christian Ditter (de) Lily Collins

Sam Claflin

Romantic comedy Lionsgate
Seventh Son Sergei Bodrov Jeff Bridges
Alicia Vikander
Ben Barnes
Kit Harington
Fantasy Universal Pictures
Based on the novel The Spook's Apprentice by Joseph Delaney
[32]
The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water Paul Tibbitt Antonio Banderas
Tom Kenny
Clancy Brown
Rodger Bumpass
Animated
Adventure
Paramount Pictures [33]
The Voices Marjane Satrapi Ryan Reynolds
Anna Kendrick
Gemma Arterton
Jacki Weaver
Comedy Lions Gate Entertainment [34]
10 Accidental Love David O. Russell Jessica Biel
Catherine Keener
James Marsden
Tracy Morgan
Comedy Millennium Entertainment [35]
13 Da Sweet Blood of Jesus Spike Lee Felicia Pearson
Zaraah Abrahams
Elvis Nolasco
Steven Hauck
Horror comedy Gravitas Ventures [36]
Fifty Shades of Grey Sam Taylor-Johnson Jamie Dornan
Dakota Johnson
Rita Ora
Luke Grimes
Marcia Gay Harden
Romance
Thriller
Universal Pictures
Based on the novel of the same name by E. L. James
[37]
Kingsman: The Secret Service Matthew Vaughn Samuel L. Jackson
Colin Firth
Taron Egerton
Mark Strong
Action 20th Century Fox
Based on the comic book The Secret Service by Dave Gibbons
[38]
The Last 5 Years Richard LaGravenese Anna Kendrick
Jeremy Jordan
Natalie Knepp
Betsy Wolfe
Comedy-drama The Weinstein Company
Based on the novel of the same name by Jason Robert Brown
[39]
20 The Duff Ari Sandel Mae Whitman
Robbie Amell
Bella Thorne
Bianca A. Santos
Comedy Lions Gate Entertainment
Based on the novel of the same name by Kody Keplinger
[40]
Hot Tub Time Machine 2 Steve Pink Craig Robinson
Rob Corddry
Clark Duke
Chevy Chase
Comedy Paramount Pictures
Sequel to Hot Tub Time Machine (2010)
[41]
McFarland, USA Niki Caro Kevin Costner
Maria Bello
Morgan Saylor
Carlos Pratts
Drama Walt Disney Pictures [42]
27 Everly Joe Lynch Salma Hayek
Akie Kotabe
Laura Cepeda
Togo Igawa
Thriller Dimension Films [43]
Focus Glenn Ficarra
John Requa
Will Smith
Margot Robbie
Rodrigo Santoro
Romantic comedy-Drama Warner Bros. [44]
The Lazarus Effect David Gelb Mark Duplass
Evan Peters
Oliva Wilde
Thriller Relativity Media [45]
Maps to the Stars David Cronenberg Julianne Moore
Mia Wasikowska
John Cusack
Robert Pattinson
Drama Focus Features [46]
Out of the Dark Lluís Quílez Scott Speedman
Stephen Rea
Julia Stiles
Pixie Davies
Thriller Vertical Entertainment [47]
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6 Bad Asses on the Bayou Craig Moss Danny Trejo
Danny Glover
John Amos
Loni Love
Action Samuel Goldwyn Films
Sequel to Bad Asses (2014)
[48]
Chappie Neill Blomkamp Sharlto Copley
Dev Patel
Watkin Tudor Jones
Yolandi Visser
Sci-Fi Columbia Pictures
Based on the short film Tetra Vaal
[49]
Road Hard Adam Carolla Adam Carolla
David Koechner
Diane Farr
Jay Mohr
David Alan Grier
Comedy FilmBuff [50]
The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel John Madden Judi Dench

Maggie Smith

Bill Nighy

Comedy-drama Fox Searchlight Pictures
Unfinished Business Ken Scott Vince Vaughn
Dave Franco
Sienna Miller
Nick Frost
Comedy 20th Century Fox [51]
13 Cinderella Kenneth Branagh Lily James
Richard Madden
Cate Blanchett
Helena Bonham Carter
Holliday Grainger
Romance Walt Disney Pictures
Live action re-image of the 1950s film.
[52]
The Cobbler Tom McCarthy Adam Sandler
Dustin Hoffman
Dan Stevens
Steve Buscemi
Comedy-drama Image Entertainment [53]
Cymbeline Michael Almereyda Ed Harris
Milla Jovovich
Ethan Hawke
John Leguizamo
Crime Lions Gate Entertainment
Based on the play of the same name by William Shakespeare
[54]
Home Sweet Hell Anthony Burns Patrick Wilson
Katherine Heigl
Jordana Brewster
Jim Belushi
Comedy Vertical Entertainment [55]
It Follows David Robert Mitchell Maika Monroe
Keir Gilchrist
Jake Weary
Daniel Zovatto
Horror RADiUS-TWC [56]
Muck Steve Wolsh Kane Hodder
Jaclyn Swedberg
Lachlan Buchanan
Bryce Draper
Horror Anchor Bay Entertainment [57]
Run All Night Jaume Collet-Serra Liam Neeson
Ed Harris
Joel Kinnaman
Boyd Holbrook
Action Warner Bros. [58]
20 Danny Collins Dan Fogelman Al Pacino
Jennifer Garner
Annette Bening
Bobby Cannavale
Drama Bleecker Films [59]
The Divergent Series: Insurgent Robert Schwentke Shailene Woodley
Theo James
Octavia Spencer
Naomi Watts
Action Lions Gate Entertainment
Based on the novel Insurgent by Veronica Roth
Sequel to Divergent (2014)
[60]
Do You Believe Jonathan M. Gunn Ted McGinley
Mira Sorvino
Lee Majors
Sean Astin
Brian Bosworth
Christian
Drama
Freestyle Releasing [61]
The Gunman Pierre Morel Sean Penn
Idris Elba
Peter Franzén
Mark Schardan
Action Open Road Films
Based on the novel The Prone Gunman by Jean-Patrick Manchette
[62]
Tracers Daniel Benmayor Taylor Lautner
Marie Avgeropoulos
Adam Rayner
Rafi Gavron
Action Saban Films [63]
The Walking Deceased Scott Dow Dave Sheridan
Tim Ogletree
Joey Oglesby
Sophie Taylor
Comedy ARC Entertainment [64]
27 Get Hard Etan Cohen Will Ferrell
Kevin Hart
Alison Brie
Edwina Findley
Comedy Warner Bros. [65]
Home Tim Johnson Rihanna
Jim Parsons
Jennifer Lopez
Steve Martin
Comedy 20th Century Fox
Based on the novel The True Meaning of Smekday by Adam Rex
[66]
Serena Susanne Bier Bradley Cooper
Jennifer Lawrence
Rhys Ifans
Sean Harris
Drama Magnolia Pictures
Based on the novel of the same name by Ron Rash
[67]
While We're Young Noah Baumbach Ben Stiller
Naomi Watts
Amanda Seyfried
Adam Driver
Comedy-drama A24 Films [68]

April – June[edit]

Opening Title Director Cast Genre Notes Ref.
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3 Furious 7 James Wan Vin Diesel
Paul Walker
Dwayne Johnson
Michelle Rodriguez
Tyrese Gibson
Action Universal Pictures
Sequel to Fast & Furious 6 (2013)
[69]
Woman in Gold Simon Curtis Helen Mirren
Ryan Reynolds
Daniel Brühl
Katie Holmes
Max Irons
Drama The Weinstein Company [70]
10 Ex Machina Alex Garland Domhnall Gleeson

Alicia Vikander

Oscar Isaac

Science fiction

Psychological thriller

A24
The Longest Ride George Tillman, Jr. Scott Eastwood
Britt Robertson
Alan Alda
Oona Chaplin
Drama 20th Century Fox
Based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Sparks
[71]
Lost River Ryan Gosling Christina Hendricks
Eva Mendes
Saoirse Ronan
Fantasy Thriller Lions Gate Entertainment [72]
17 1915 Garin Hovannisian Simon Abkarian
Angela Sarafyan
Samuel Page
Nikolai Kinski
Thriller Bloodvine Media [73]
Alex of Venice Chris Messina Mary Elizabeth Winstead
Don Johnson
Chris Messina
Derek Luke
Drama Screen Media Films [74]
Beyond the Reach Jean-Baptiste Léonetti Michael Douglas
Jeremy Irvine
Ronny Cox
Thriller Lions Gate Entertainment
Based on the novel Deathwatch by Robb White
[75]
Child 44 Daniel Espinosa Tom Hardy
Noomi Rapace
Joel Kinnaman
Gary Oldman
Thriller Lionsgate
Based on the novel of the same name
[76]
Monkey Kingdom Mark Linfield

Alastair Fothergill

Tina Fey Documentary Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 Andy Fickman Kevin James
Neal McDonough
Daniella Alonso
David Henrie
Comedy Columbia Pictures
Sequel to Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009)
[77]
The Road Within Gren Wells Robert Sheehan
Dev Patel
Zoë Kravitz
Drama Well GO USA [78]
True Story Rupert Goold Jonah Hill
James Franco
Felicity Jones
Gretchen Mol
Drama Fox Searchlight Pictures
Based on the memoir of the same name by Michael Finkel
[79]
Unfriended Levan Gabriadze Shelley Hennig
Moses Jacob
Renee Olstead
Will Peltz
Horror Universal Pictures [80]
24 Adult Beginners Ross Katz Nick Kroll
Rose Byrne
Bobby Cannavale
Joel McHale
Comedy The Weinstein Company [81]
Blackbird Patrik-Ian Polk Julian Walker
Mo'Nique
Isaiah Washington
Kevin Alessee
Drama RLJ Entertainment
Based on the novel of the same name by Larry Duplechan
[82]
Brotherly Love Jamal Hill Keke Palmer
Cory Hardrict
Quincy
Romeo Miller
Drama Freestyle Releasing [83]
Just Before I Go Courteney Cox Seann William Scott
Olivia Thirlby
Garret Dillahunt
Kyle Gallner
Comedy-drama Anchor Bay Films [84]
Little Boy Alejandro Gómez Monteverde David Henrie
Kevin James
Emily Watson
Ted Levine
War Open Road Films [85]
The Age of Adaline Lee Toland Krieger Blake Lively
Harrison Ford
Michiel Huisman
Romance Lions Gate Entertainment [22]
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1 Avengers: Age of Ultron Joss Whedon Robert Downey, Jr.
Chris Evans
Chris Hemsworth
Mark Ruffalo
Action Walt Disney
Sequel to The Avengers (2012)
Based on the comics of the same name by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby
[86]
Far from the Madding Crowd Thomas Vinterberg Carey Mulligan
Matthias Schoenaerts
Michael Sheen
Tom Sturridge
Drama Fox Searchlight Pictures
Based on the novel of the same name by Thomas Hardy
[87]
8 The D Train Jarrad Paul

Andrew Mogel

Jack Black

James Marsden

Kathryn Hahn

Comedy-drama IFC Films
Hot Pursuit Anne Fletcher Reese Witherspoon

Sofía Vergara

Comedy Warner Bros.
Maggie Henry Hobson Abigail Breslin
Arnold Schwarzenegger
Denise Williamson
Drama Horror Thriller Film Lionsgate [88]
15 Mad Max: Fury Road George Miller Tom Hardy

Charlize Theron

Nicholas Hoult

Hugh Keays-Byrne

Josh Helman

Nathan Jones

Zoë Kravitz

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Riley Keough

Action Warner Bros.
Pitch Perfect 2 Elizabeth Banks Anna Kendrick
Skylar Astin
Rebel Wilson
Brittany Snow
Ester Dean
Comedy Universal Pictures [89]
22 Poltergeist Gil Kenan Sam Rockwell
Jared Harris
Rosemarie DeWitt
Saxon Sharbino
Horror thriller 20th Century Fox
Remake of the 1982 film of the same name.
[90]
Tomorrowland Brad Bird George Clooney
Hugh Laurie
Britt Robertson
Raffey Cassidy
Thomas Robinson
Science fiction Mystery Walt Disney Pictures [91]
When Marnie Was There Hiromasa Yonebayashi Hailee Steinfeld

Kiernan Shipka

Anime GKIDS
29 Aloha Cameron Crowe Bradley Cooper
Emma Stone
Rachel McAdams
John Krasinski
Romantic-comedy 20th Century Fox [92]
San Andreas Brad Peyton Dwayne Johnson

Carla Gugino

Alexandra Daddario

Disaster Warner Bros.

New Line Cinema

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5 Spy Paul Feig Melissa McCarthy
Jason Statham
Rose Byrne
Jude Law
Action comedy 20th Century Fox [93]
Entourage Doug Ellin Kevin Connolly

Adrian Grenier

Kevin Dillon

Jerry Ferrara

Jeremy Piven

Comedy Warner Bros.
Insidious: Chapter 3 Leigh Whannell Lin Shaye

Dermot Mulroney

Stefanie Scott

Horror Focus Features
Love & Mercy Bill Pohlad John Cusack

Paul Dano

Elizabeth Banks

Biographical

Drama

Roadside Attractions
12 Jurassic World Colin Trevorrow Vincent D'Onofrio
Judy Greer
Chris Pratt
Adventure Science fiction Universal Pictures [94]
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl Alfonso Gomez-Rejon Thomas Mann

Olivia Cooke

RJ Cyler

Comedy-drama Fox Searchlight Pictures
19 Dope Rick Famuyiwa Shameik Moore

Tony Revolori

Kiersey Clemons

Crime

Comedy-drama

Open Road Films
Inside Out Pete Docter Amy Poehler
Lewis Black
Mindy Kaling
Bill Hader
Phyllis Smith
Comedy Walt Disney Pictures [95]
26 Max Boaz Yakin Josh Wiggins

Dejon LaQuake

Thomas Haden Church

Adventure Warner Bros.
Ted 2 Seth MacFarlane Mark Wahlberg
Seth MacFarlane
Amanda Seyfried
Morgan Freeman
Comedy Universal Pictures [96]

July–September[edit]

Opening Title Director Cast Genre Notes Ref.
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U
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1 Terminator Genisys Alan Taylor Arnold Schwarzenegger
Emilia Clarke
Jai Courtney
Action Adventure Science fiction Paramount Pictures
Sequel to Terminator Salvation (2009)
[97]
10 Minions Pierre Coffin and Kyle Balda Sandra Bullock
Jon Hamm
Michael Keaton
Comedy Universal Pictures
Prequel to Despicable Me (2010) and Despicable Me 2 (2013)
[98]
17 Ant-Man Peyton Reed Paul Rudd
Michael Douglas
Evangeline Lilly
Corey Stoll
Action Walt Disney
[99]
Trainwreck Judd Apatow Amy Schumer
Tilda Swinton
Bill Hader
Daniel Radcliffe
Colin Quinn
Comedy Universal Pictures [100]
24 Pixels Chris Columbus Adam Sandler
Kevin James
Peter Dinklage
Josh Gad
Animated
Comedy
Columbia Pictures
Based on the 2010 French short film
[101]
The Vatican Tapes Mark Neveldine Kathleen Robertson
Michael Peña
Djimon Hounsou
Dougray Scott
Horror Lions Gate Entertainment [102]
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21 She's Funny That Way Peter Bogdanovich Owen Wilson
Imogen Poots
Kathryn Hahn
Jennifer Aniston
Comedy-drama Clarius Entertainment [103]
26 No Escape John Erick Dowdle Lake Bell
Pierce Brosnan
Owen Wilson
Sterling Jerins
Thriller The Weinstein Company [104]
28 Agent 47 Aleksander Bach Rupert Friend
Zachary Quinto
Hannah Ware
Thomas Kretschmann
Action 20th Century Fox
Based on the video game character
[105]
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T
E
M
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18 Black Mass Scott Cooper Johnny Depp
Benedict Cumberbatch
Joel Edgerton
Sienna Miller
Action Warner Bros.
Based on the novel Black Mass: The True Story of an Unholy Alliance Between the FBI and the Irish Mob
[106]
Everest Baltasar Kormákur Jake Gyllenhaal
Jason Clarke
Sam Worthington
Josh Brolin
John Hawkes
Adventure
Thriller
Universal Pictures
Based on the 1996 disaster
[107]
War Pigs Ryan Little Luke Goss
Dolph Lundgren
Mickey Rourke
Action war WW2 action drama

October–December[edit]

Opening Title Director Cast Genre Notes Ref.
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2 The Martian Ridley Scott Matt Damon Science fiction 20th Century Fox
Based on The Martian by Andy Weir
[108]
16 Room (2015 film) Brie Larson Jacob Tremblay
Joan Allen
William H. Macy
Sean Bridgers
Drama Universal Pictures
16 Crimson Peak Guillermo del Toro Charlie Hunnam
Tom Hiddleston
Jessica Chastain
Burn Gorman
Thriller Universal Pictures [109]
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O
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E
M
B
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6 The Peanuts Movie Steve Martino Bill Melendez
Noah Schnapp
Hadley Belle Miller
Mariel Sheets
Adventure-Comedy 20th Century Fox
Based on the comic strip of the same name
[110]
25 The Good Dinosaur Peter Sohn Lucas Neff
John Lithgow
Neil Patrick Harris
Judy Greer
Animation Walt Disney Pictures [111]
Victor Frankenstein Paul McGuigan James McAvoy
Daniel Radcliffe
Jessica Brown Findlay
Mark Gatiss
Horror 20th Century Fox
Based on the 1818 novel of the same name
[112]
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C
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M
B
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11 In the Heart of the Sea Ron Howard Chris Hemsworth
Benjamin Walker
Cillian Murphy
Ben Whishaw
Thriller Warner Bros. Pictures
Based on the novel of the same name by Nathaniel Philbrick
[113]
25 Concussion Peter Landesman Will Smith
Albert Brooks
Alec Baldwin
Gugu Mbatha-Raw
Drama Columbia Pictures
Based on the story Game Brain by Jeanne Marie Laskas
[114]
Daddy's Home Sean Anders
John Morris
Mark Wahlberg
Will Ferrell
Linda Cardellini
Comedy Paramount Pictures [115]
Joy David O. Russell Jennifer Lawrence
Robert De Niro
Édgar Ramírez
Biographical
Comedy-drama
20th Century Fox [116]
Point Break Ericson Core Edgar Ramirez
Luke Bracey
Ray Winstone
Action
Thriller
Warner Bros.
Unnecessary remake of the 1991 film of the same name
[117]
The Revenant Alejandro G. Iñárritu Leonardo DiCaprio
Tom Hardy
Western
Thriller
20th Century Fox
Based on The Revenant by Michael Punke
[118]
Snowden Oliver Stone Joseph Gordon-Levitt
Shailene Woodley
Biographical
Political thriller
Open Road Films
Based on The Snowden Files by Luke Harding and Time of the Octopus by Anatoly Kucherena
[119]

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