As 2015 reaches its end, its time to reflect on a few media moments so far that captured our attention.
Fifty Shades of Grey was rather well…. GREY
E.L James’s highly controversial trilogy finally made it to the big screen. Although the film received mixed reviews, it still managed to gross $569.7 million worldwide at the box office. Poor acting and storyline however, the highly talked about Mr Grey would much rather be forgotten in many eyes.
How could we ever forget the introduction of Caitlin Jenner. In the States 17 million people alone viewed to watch Jenner’s new appearance on a Friday night interview with Diane Sawyers. The former Olympian and reality TV star was spread out on Vanity Fair a month later. And who could never forget Kanye West stating he wants to run for president in 2020? The Kardashian family had reached a whole new level.
The 25 – year old year singer caused controversy when she made Apple change its course. One of the most influential brands and products was offering a three- month free trial of apple music, however not paying the artists and producers. Taylor wrote a letter to the CEO which sparked worldwide, forcing Apple to reconsider their decision.
The introduction of the apple watch immediately becomes a new trend. The capable, versatile and useful smartwatch puts more information, functionality and interaction with a wide array of applications and games on your wrist.
Back to the Future Day
We aren’t flying or using hoverboards just yet. However, October 21st 2015 finally arrived for Back to the Future fans, with many celebrating the blockbuster trilogy. How much of the future was really predicted?
Star Wars: The Force Awakens
With the release of what could possibly be one of the highest grossing films in history about to open at the box office on Dec 17th, 2015 could end with a blast for movie fans.
Google has officially just released a tool where you can customize the appearance of google apps to the force. Make changes to your gmail background, youtube’s progress bar, volume slider and google maps.
So what will 2016 bring? Maybe a flying a car or a hoverboard?