2016 was not brief on high-profile movie producers. While Game of Thrones dominates almost all of our attention on a television set, we’ve been obtaining a steady blast of superheroes and sequels throughout the year. Marvel, Fox, Warner, and even more have all shipped on funny motion pictures, each holding their different build. At Marvel, we were cared for to Captain America: Civil Battle, numbering one of the better the studios’s ever before given us. At Warner Meanwhile, DC launched its fledgling superhero franchise with Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.

1. The LEGO Batman Movie (February 10, 2017)


2017 pledges a likewise high crop of movie premieres over the plank. In January beginning, from the nonstop feast for fans of the almost ever major franchise, in a complete calendar year that appears to be doubling down on the sequel game. So strap in now, while we proceed through all you need to learn about next year’s best and biggest releases.

While original LEGO Movie designers Phil Lord and Chris Miller aren’t working things for The LEGO Batman Movie, the duo has still left their brainchild incompetent hands. Chris McKay (Automatic robot Rooster) directs, working off a screenplay penned by Seth Grahame-Smith (Delight and Prejudice and Zombies). We have a set of trailers on-hand already, both which tease at that same self-aware love of life that made The LEGO Movie a groundbreaking strike back 2014. Will Arnett results to words the titular Deep Knight, joined up with by Michael Cera, Ralph Fiennes, Rosario Dawson, and Zach Galifianakis

2. Logan (March 3, 2017)


With an enormous ensemble cast even, the X-Men franchise has always survived off the effectiveness of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. He was a fundamental element of the original Bryan Singer trilogy, one awful origin story, one passable sequel compared to that origin story, and various cameos along the true way. Jackman will return for just one last get in Wolverine 3, diving into the famous Old Man Logan comic series wildly. Set decades into the future, we visit a beaten down, more thoughtful version of the type, which incidentally produces a perfect exit from the franchise for Jackman

3. Beauty and the Beast (March 17, 2017)


March is a real yellow metal mine for producers in 2017, supplying us Wolverine 3, the new Ability Rangers reboot, Kong: Skull Island, and Disney’s reimagined Beauty and the Beast. Dreamgirls director Charge Condon rests at the helm, while Emma Watson stars as Belle. Even the original teaser dispatched the internet into a trend when it first released, garnering a breathtaking 17 million views in 8 weeks just. It is the latest from Disney in an extended type of live-action reboots and boasts the most star-power we’ve ever seen from the studio in virtually any of the projects.

4. Fast 8 (April 14, 2017)

Seven videos in, the Fast and Furious franchise shows no signals of slowing at all. In April of next year soon eight hits theaters, and you will be adopted immediately after by the 10th and ninth installments in 2019 and 2021 respectively. Financially, from the no-brainer for Universal. Each next movie has been able to haul in additional money than the preceding section, buoyed by an enormous international pursuing (specifically China). The program is to get rid of the franchise following the 10th film, but if they are still earning money at that time, we wouldn’t be astonished to view it continue indefinitely.

5. Marvel:
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (May 5, 2017)

Spider-Man: Homecoming (July 7, 2017)


Thor: Ragnarok (November 3, 2017)

Listing off every DC and Marvel movie individually would dominate too much of an already-deep field of releases, so we’ll tackle each studio’s projects in groups. Marvel has two main MCU films hitting theaters in 2017, and one as part of its Spider-Man collaboration with Sony. Guardians 2 kicks things off in May, delivering the much-awaited sequel to Marvel’s smash hit in 2014. Spider-Man: Homecoming comes next in July, and will bring back Tom Holland as our friendly neighborhood web-slinger, following his successful debut in 2016’s Civil War. Rounding things out will be Thor: Ragnarok, directed by Taika Waititi (What We Do in the Shadows). Together, it could very well make for the studio’s biggest year yet… that is unless DC has anything to say about it.

6. DC:

Wonder Woman (June 2, 2017)

Justice League (November 17, 2017)

Not one to remain idle while Marvel pushes out three separate releases, DC’s 2017 sees Warner fast-tracking its Justice League movie, directly following the June release of Wonder Woman. More than any of this, Wonder Woman will be a landmark film in Hollywood, as the first superhero movie in the modern era to feature a female main character. This officially ushers us out of the age of disappointments like Elektra and Catwoman, and into a new era for the genre. It won’t be long after that until we get the first DC team-up movie in Justice League, rounding out what promises to be a solid run of releases for the studio.