The year 2015 is almost over and several website’s have announced their best of moments for this year. According to Celebuzz Jamie and Dakota are in the top 6 of their favorite Breakout Actors and Actresses List, while E.L. James’ new Fifty Shades Book ‘GREY‘ is Amazon’s second best-selling Book of the year. So happy for all the success, make sure to check more Lists below :)
The 16 Most Influential Fictional Characters of 2015 – by TIME Magazine
Jamie Dornan’s performance as the entrepreneur whose tastes are very…singular helped make Fifty Shades of Grey one of the highest-grossing R-rated films of all time, and reportedly caused a rise in the sales of bondage toys around Valentine’s Day. In June, author E.L. James released Grey, a Shades spinoff told entirely from Christian’s perspective; it became an instant bestseller.
1. Cookie Lyon
2. The Minions
3. “Hillary Clinton”
4. Atticus Finch
5. Imperator Furiosa
6. Jon Snow
8. Alexander Hamilton
9. Mark Watney
11. Christian Grey
12. Jessica Huang
13. Stella Carlin
14. Glenn Rhee
15. Poot Lovato
16. Dev Shah
Our Six Favorite Breakout Actors and Actresses – by CELEBUZZ
Ever since enduring the media firestorm that revolved around Fifty Shades of Grey, we’ve been seeing Dakota Johnson everywhere we turn. Whether she’s starring alongside Johnny Depp in Black Mass, or in the upcoming comedy How to be Single, it’s clear Dakota’s career is really taking off.
She was awarded Elle Women in Hollywood’s Spotlight Award earlier this year, and it’s clear Dakota has stepped into leading-lady territory.
Jamie Dornan shot to instant fame when it was announced last year that he would be starring in Fifty Shades of Grey as the mysterious and sultry Christian Grey. But even he admitted he wasn’t taking too well to his heart throb status. The 33-year-old English actor says he avoids Twitter, but we think he should probably get used to fame.
He’s currently starring in the BBC series The Fall, and has signed on to do two more Fifty Shades movies: Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed.
1. Dakota Johnson
2. Daisy Ridley
3. Alicia Vikander
4. John Boyega
5. Jamie Dornan
6. Lily James
According to Europapress.es, Dakota’s short movie ‘Vale‘ by Estrella Damm was one of the most watched clips this year with currently 6 million views on YouTube in Spain! Watch it again:
Best selling albums of 2015 – by DigitalSpy & iTunes
Adding yet another string to its bow, Adele’s 25 has been named iTunes’ best-selling album of 2015.
The record beat Now That’s What I Call Music! 90, which has finished ahead of Ed Sheeran’s x and Taylor Swift’s 1989.
The soundtrack to Fifty Shades of Grey, which featured The Weeknd and Ellie Goulding, made the cut as the ninth best-selling album of the year.
1. 25 – Adele
2. Now That’s What I Call Music! 90 – Various Artists
3. x – Ed Sheeran
4. 1989 – Taylor Swift
5. In the Lonely Hour – Sam Smith
6. Now That’s What I Call Music! 91 – Various Artists
7. Chaos and the Calm – James Bay
8. Hozier – Hozier
9. Fifty Shades of Grey – Various Artists
10. Wanted On Voyage – George Ezra
Best-Selling Books on Amazon in 2015 – by TIME Magazine & Amazon
Amazon has released a list of its top 20 bestselling books in 2015, and despite the hubbub around Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman, the To Kill a Mockingbird companion book was not number one.
That distinction went to The Girl on the Train, Paula Hawkins’ thriller about an alcoholic woman who may have witnessed a crime from the window of a train, which is set to become a movie starring Emily Blunt in 2016. E.L. James’ Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian came in at number two, and Watchman rounded out the top three, CNN reports.
1. The Girl on the Train, by Paula Hawkins
2. Grey: Fifty Shades as Told by Christian, by E.L. James
3. Go Set a Watchman, by Harper Lee
4. The Nightingale, by Kristin Hannah
5. Memory Man, by David Baldacci
6. Make Me: A Jack Reacher Novel, by Lee Child
7. Rogue Lawyer, by John Grisham
8. The Girl in the Spider’s Web, by David Lagercrantz
9. Dead Wake: The Crossing of the Lusitania, by Erik Larson
10. Silent Scream, by Angela Marsons