If you haven't bought your 2015 planner yet, or entered the big days into your smart phone, now's a good time to get going – and to start planning for the movie events of 2015. A few earth-shakingly significant dates:
Jan. 11: Golden Globes are handed out, stealing thunder from the Oscars, the nominees for which are announced…
Jan. 15: Look for Birdman, Boyhood and Selma to pick up multiple nods.
Feb. 22: The 87th Academy Awards ceremony are under way. Prediction: plenty of Seth Rogen/James Franco/Sony hacking/Interview jokes.
March 20: Insurgent, the sequel to Divergent, with Shailene Woodley back as Tris, our favorite postapocalyptic dystopian YA heroine.
April 3: Furious 7, the Fast & Furious franchiser postponed by the death of Paul Walker, with Vin Diesel and company dutifully observing all speed limits and rules of the road.
May 1: Avengers: Age of Ultron
June 18: Jurassic World, set 22 years after Spielberg's original blockbuster, with a fierce hybrid dino wreaking havoc on the popular amusement park.
Nov. 6: Spectre, the 24th James Bond, with Daniel Craig as 007 and Christoph Waltz as the villain. Sam Mendes , who did Skyfall, directs.
Nov. 20: The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2. This is the end, as Jim Morrison says. With Jennifer Lawrence back one last time as Katniss, our favorite postapocalyptic dystopian YA heroine.
Dec. 18: Star Wars: The Force Awakens, J.J. Abrams' reboot of George Lucas' seminal space saga.