Although many bigger projects and blockbusters are usually left for the second half of the year, the beginning of 2017 will also bring us plenty of interesting films to watch. Here is the big list of 21 movies set to come out very soon.
Split — January 20
Coming from M. Night Shyamalan, this movie raises high expectations. The story is about a man with an identity disorder who happens to capture a certain group of girls. Bone-chilling, you will agree.
Bastards — January 27
Lawrence Sher is trying himself out as the director of the movie in which twin brothers are in a search to discover who their father is. This one is coming soon.
A Dog’s Purpose — January 27
Lasse Hallstrom’s movie will be centering around one dog and his relationship with humans throughout many lives he has. These types of movies are usually quite emotional and grief-striking, so the audience is eager to watch it.
The Space Between Us — February 3
Coming from Peter Chelsom, we have another big sci-fi movie which tells us a story about a child born on Mars as well as the child’s path towards the Earth.
Fifty Shades Darker — February 10
The film will continue to revolve around Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) and Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan), but this sequel is expected to be better than the first movie which was not that well received by the critics.
John Wick: Chapter Two — February 10
Keanu Reeves in a lead role again, just in the different type of a story. Instead of being on a revenge mission he will be helping his friend in killing a world famous assassin.
The LEGO Batman Movie — February 10
A long-awaited Chris McKay’s movie is set for the first half of February this year.
A Cure For Wellness — February 17
We will see how Gore Verbinski will handle his coming back to the horror genre. Judging by the trailer of the movie, there won’t be plenty of space to rest from fear.
Fist Fight — February 17
Contrary to the previous movie’s storyline, director Richie Keen’s Fist Fight will apparently give us some good laughs.
The Great Wall — February 17
With Mat Damon in a lead role, this fantasy movie will be the first Zhang Yimou’s film in the English language.
Get Out — February 24
Another horror movie is coming up, the storyline will be revolving around a black man (Daniel Kaluuya) who is visiting his girlfriend’s white parents at a big estate.
Logan — March 3
Great news for the comic book lovers, James Mangold’s Logan is on its way.
Kong: Skull Island — March 10
This new movie is actually a prequel to Gareth Edwards’ movie Godzilla, but it also represents a setup for a new Godzilla vs. Kong blockbuster which is said to come out three years from now.
T2: Trainspotting — March 10
The long-awaited new installment of Trainspotting is set to arrive this year, and the old crew will reappear on the big screens.
Beauty And The Beast — March 17
Promising great success among the audience, especially the young ones, Beauty and The Beast arrives on March 17 and will star Emma Watson and Dan Stevens.
The Belko Experiment — March 17
New movie coming from Greg McLean revolves around a corporation which was locked up because the employees were put into some weird and dangerous game which they have to play if they want to stay alive.
CHiPs — March 24
There are not much information about this movie online yet, but if we take a look at the cast members among which are Shepard, Michael Pena, Kristen Bell, Vincent D’Onofrio, Adam Brody, May Rudolph and more, we surely can hope for the best.
Life — March 24
Another sci-fi title will enrich 2017. The crew includes Jake Gyllenhaal, Rebecca Ferguson, and Hiroyuki Sanada.
Power Rangers — March 24
For all those who like to be remembered of their childhood, Power Rangers reboot will be at their disposal in only a few months’ time.
The Boss Baby — March 31
Another animated movie is set for the end of the March, to a special delight of the younger audience.
Ghost In The Shell — March 31
With Scarlett Johansson as a lead character and what seems to be a highly alluring storyline, this movie has been attracting a lot of attention lately. The audience is eager to see Scarlett in the new Rupert Sanders’ film.