How Well Do You Remember Some Of The Biggest Pop Culture Of 2014?
The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1Via LionsgateAmerican SniperVia Warner Bros. PicturesGuardians of the GalaxyVia MarvelCaptain America: The Winter SoldierVia Marvel
The Clint Eastwood directed movie starring Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller earned an impressive $350 million at the box office.
Via Warner Bros.
TangledFrozenBig Hero 6Via DisneyWreck-It RalphVia Disney
Big Hero 6
Tangled was released in 2010, Frozen in 2013, and Wreck-It Ralph in 2012.
Leonardo DiCaprio finally won an Oscar.Via Steve Granitz/WireImageEllen took this epic selfie at the Oscars.Kim Kardashian “broke the internet.”Via PaperBrad Pitt and Angelina Jolie got married.Via Anthony Harvey/Getty Images
Yup, Leo did not win his Oscar until 2016 for his performance in The Revenant.
Though in 2014, he was nominated for Best Actor for his performance in The Wolf of Wall Street.
Via Christopher Polk/Getty Images
It was the iPhone 6.
Both the 6 and 6 Plus went on sale in September of 2014.
Via Justin Sullivan/Getty Images
Mad MenVia AMC30 RockVia NBCThe Oprah Winfrey ShowVia MANDEL NGAN/AFP/Getty ImagesHow I Met Your MotherVia CBS
How I Met Your Mother
The show ended its nine year run in March 2014.
BoJack HorsemanVia NetflixBob’s BurgersVia Fox TelevisionFuller HouseVia NetflixThe Mindy ProjectVia Hulu
The series made its debut on Netflix in August 2014.
1989 by Taylor SwiftVia Big MachineMy Everything by Ariana GrandeVia UMGBeyoncé by BeyoncéVia Sony Music1000 Forms of Fear by SiaVia RCA
Beyoncé by Beyoncé
The album was actually dropped unannounced in December 2013.
Via Sony Music
Roar by Katy PerryVia UMG“Wrecking Ball” by Miley CyrusVia RCA“Happy” by Pharrell WilliamsVia Sony Music“Thrift Shop” by Macklemore & Ryan LewisVia Macklemore LLC
Doing a “Harlem Shake” videoVia BuzzFeedThe Ice Bucket ChallengeVia John Blanding/The Boston Globe via Getty Images
The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge was the big viral trend that summer.
But, it was all for a great cause. It raised awareness and money for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis research.