2017 will be an exciting year for the film world. With abundant sequels and movies inspired by famous books, the list of films we want to see is quite long.
Keep going down to watch 17 movies that we are dying to see the current year, and tell us which ones you are most excited about.
1. The Autopsy of Jane Doe
A father (Brian Cox) and a son (Emile Hirsch) forensic receive a mysterious murder victim but with no apparent cause of death. As they try to identify the reason for the death of the beautiful young Jane Doe, both are unraveling a pile of dark secrets that will quickly become the day-to-day of the protagonists.
Release Date: January 13
2. The Space between Us
Gardner Elliot (Asa Butterfield) is the first human being born on Mars, the son of an astronaut who embarked on a space mission. The young man has only known fourteen people in his sixteen years of life, and does not even know who his father is. However, eager for answers, he looks for clues as to the origin of his progenitor. Thus, it initiates a peculiar friendship at a distance with Tulsa (Britt Robertson), an intelligent adolescent that lives on the Earth.
At last, Gardner has the opportunity to travel to the blue planet to experience all the wonders he has always read, meet Tulsa and find his father. Nevertheless, scientists will come up with a major problem that could prevent you from fulfilling your dream.
Release Date: February 3
3. Lego Batman: The Movie
This spin-off focuses on the character of Batman and the universe of superhero DC Comics, from the perspective of the well-known toy company. On this occasion, the irreverent Batman, who also has some frustrated artist, will try to save the city of Gotham from a dangerous villain, the Joker. But you cannot do it alone, and you will have to learn to work with your allies.
Release Date: February 10
4. Fifty Shades Darker
After his break with Christian (Jamie Dornan), Anastasia (Dakota Johnson) will take a job at a Seattle publishing house. There he meets Jack Hyde (Eric Johnson), his boss, who will gradually become infatuated with her and try to seduce her at all costs, much to Christian’s disgust. While fighting against his own demons from the past, the young man will not stop thinking about Ana. Moreover, she, in turn, must face the anger and envy that the women who preceded him as a lover of Gray. Will Anastasia be able to escape the influence and memory of Christian’s touch? New history. New rules.
Release Date: February 10
5. Tulip Fever
Drama set in the seventeenth century in Holland, during a time where a single tulip bulb cost almost 10 times more than the average salary.
The film tells the story of an older man who falls in love with a newly married young woman while painting the portrait he has been commissioned. Both will invest in the tulip business with the purpose of earning money that will help them create a future together.
Release Date: February 24
6. Before I Fall
Samantha Kingston is a beautiful, popular girl with a perfect boyfriend; but on Friday, February 12, his life will change completely, since he will wake up again and again on the morning of that same day until he unravels all the mysteries surrounding this strange event.
Release Date: March 3
The world is not what it used to be. In a dark and bleak picture, in which the mutants have disappeared and those who remain face up to old age, Logan (Hugh Jackman) is tormented by his past. At his side is his mentor, Professor Charles Xavier (Patrick Stewart), who is very weak. Together they must overcome the loss. Young mutant X-23, also known as Laura Kinney (Dafne Keen), the female clan of Logan that Donald Pierce (Richard E. Grant) and his team are chasing, will join the only two survivors of the X-Patrol. Will it be Logan’s redemption to save her and save himself?
Release Date: March 3
8. Table 19
Table 19 is a comedy that tells the story of a woman (Anna Kendrick) who has been relieved of her duties as a maid of honour at a wedding after being left by her partner. In spite of everything, she decides to attend the event and has end up sitting with a group of strangers at the table of losers. Told from the perspective of each of them, history inquiries into the meaning of marriage from the point of view of singles.
Release Date: March 3
9. Kong: Skull Island
A group of travellers, explorers and soldiers gather to travel to a mysterious Pacific island that does not appear on maps. Among them are Captain James Conrad (Tom Hiddleston), Lieutenant Colonel Packard (Samuel L. Jackson) and a journalist (Brie Larson) nature lover. But as you enter this beautiful but treacherous island, the explorers will find something absolutely amazing. Without knowing it, they will be invading the domains of the mythical Kong, the giant gorilla king of the island. It will be Marlow (John C. Reilly), a peculiar inhabitant of the place, who teaches them the secrets of Skull Island, in addition to the other monstrous beings that inhabit it.
Release date: March 10
10. Beauty and the Beast
A young and romantic dreamer named Bella (Emma Watson) lives in a small village next to her father. One day, this is lost on the way to a fair, and ends in an old and mysterious castle. Searching for a place to spend the night, Bella’s father discovers that the lord of that castle is a horrible Beast (Dan Stevens). In addition, the Beast when he notices his presence leaves him locked up behind bars.
Bella, worried about her father, goes looking for her. When he finds the castle, he decides to make an exchange and stay locked in exchange for the freedom of the old man. During her stay, the protagonist will meet a series of quirky characters that will make her feel much more comfortable. In addition, little by little, you will know the Beast, and you will realise that, inside, there is a great heart.
Release date: March 17
11. King Arthur: Legend of the Sword
The daring Arthur (Charlie Hunnam) is a young man who lives in the streets of Londinium, now London, where he leads his gang through the alleys of the city. His life takes an unexpected turn when encountering the Excalibur sword that will mark his future. It will be then that Arthur will be forced to make some difficult decisions: on the one hand, he will have to learn to master this sword and the powers that entails. In addition, he will face new challenges such as defending the people from the tyranny of the evil Vortigern (Jude Law).
Release date: March 24
12. The Zookeeper’s Wife
The plot recedes until World War II to count as never the warlike conflict through the history of Jan and Antonina Zabinski, a marriage of caretakers of the zoo of Warsaw. Both were responsible for saving hundreds of people and animals during the Nazi invasion of the country, putting themselves at great risk.
Release date: March 31
13. The Circle
Mae Holland (Emma Watson) has been hired to work at Circle, the most prestigious internet company in the world. Through a modern operating system, the Circle links e-mail addresses, profiles in social networks, banking operations and passwords of all users. However, what begins as a journey into the interior of technological development soon becomes a story that raises issues such as memory, privacy, and the limits of human knowledge or democracy.
Release date: April 28
14. Wonder Woman
Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) is an Amazon warrior princess who has been raised by her mother, Queen Hippolyta (Connie Nielsen), and her aunts, General Antiope (Robin Wright) and Menalippe (Lisa Loven Kongsli), in a protected paradisiac tropical island. When an American pilot lands on her land and reports a massive conflict abroad, the young princess will make the decision to leave her home to go to the front. Endowed with divine superpowers, as super force and super velocity, this innocent and idealistic warrior will become the main emissary of peace in civilization, where he will have to fight evil. Thus, fighting with men in a war to stop the rest of wars, Diana will discover all its powers and its true destiny.
Release Date: June 2
15. Thor: Ragnarok
Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston are the God of Thunder and his troublesome brother Loki, respectively.
Release Date: November 3
16. Justice League
Driven by his restored faith in humanity, and inspired by the disinterested acting of Superman, Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) joins forces with a new ally, Diana Prince (Gal Gadot). His goal will be to recruit all metahumans to form The Justice League, a group of superheroes that will feature Batman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Aquaman and Cyborg. All of them will have to fight together to face a powerful adversary.
Release Date: November 17
17. Star Wars: The Last Jedi
This eighth part of the space saga begins immediately after the events at the end of Star Wars: The force Awakens (2015). There are many unknowns for the protagonists. Will the young Scrap King (Daisy Ridley) become Jedi after seeing that she is sensitive to the Force? Will the legendary Jedi Master Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill) teach King the Force’s designs? How will General Resistance Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher) face the death of Han Solo at the hands of her son Ben Solo? What will now the talented Resistance pilot Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) and Finn (John Boyega), the former assault soldier who is free from the clutches of the First Order?
A new adventure is about to begin, old and new characters besides old familiar faces, prepare for what is to come.
Release date: December 15