What will happen in 2015?
First Posted: 12/18/2014
It was a wild year in the world of pop-culture, to say the least.
“Saved by the Bell” had a tell-all movie on Lifetime, Kim Kardashian tried to break the internet and Ian Ziering sawed a shark in half in “Sharknado 2”.
But wait, there’s more.
Now that Taylor Swift came out of the closet as a pop star, George Clooney got married and Mrs. Doubtfire went to heaven (R.I.P. Robin Williams), what could 2015 have in store?
Weekender made 13 predictions of what may, but probably won’t, rock entertainment news in the new year.
1. Katy Perry will perform the half-time show at Super Bowl XLIX while wearing nothing but icing.
2. Bruce Jenner will get pregnant.
3. Charlie Sheen will return for the series finale of “Two and a Half Men”, revealing a plot-twist that he was kidnapped by Kim Jong-un to teach him how to get laid.
4. Meanwhile, Kim Jong-un will kidnap Seth Rogen and James Franco, forcing them to re-shoot “The Interview” as a movie about a TV personality who interviews the dictator for having the world’s largest penis.
5. Jennifer Aniston will win the Oscar for her role in the critically acclaimed film “Cake”. Meryl Streep tweets “WTF.”
6. McDonald’s will open its first location in Cuba, with mojitos on the menu. Say hello to the McJito.
8. Munchies will get real in Colorado, causing everyone to eat all the food in the U.S. and create a national famine.
9. The Hoverboard will be released on Oct. 21, 2015 — the date in the future, to which Marty McFly traveled.
10. Lindsay Lohan will make a comeback by starring in commercials for The Hoverboard.
11. Mario Lopez won’t age.
12. Kathy Griffin will replace Joan Rivers on “Fashion Police”, which means Andy Dick will finally have a job. They’re the same person, aren’t they?
13. Stephen Colbert will take over as host of “The Late Show,” but audiences will not respond well to him out-of-character. Colbert gets replaced by the youngest late-night host in history, The Apparently Kid — who will insist his show is filmed at Sky Zone Scranton, bringing jobs to the area.