I don’t watch movies all that often. That being said, I’m still excited for quite a few in 2017. For anime movies, see my Most Anticipated Anime of 2017, this list should be updated as more movies are announced.
Monster Trucks (January 13th)
This will be the best movie of 2017, that is all.
Logan (March 3rd)
The third and final movie in the Wolverine trilogy, and Hugh Jackman’s last outing portraying the character.The only rated R movie in the series, in a post apocalyptic, Last of Us like setting. Based off of the Old Man Logan comic book series.
Kong: Skull Island (March 10th)
The newest King Kong reboot. This time focusing much more on the island the mighty beast resides in. In the near future, expect a fight between King Kong and Godzilla (the 2014 American version).
Power Rangers (March 24th)
I’ve been a fan of the original Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers since I was 4 years old. This reboot could be great, or could be terrible. So far, it seems that it could really go either way. Despite negative response by some fans, I still plan on seeing this movie in theaters, even it is does turn out to be a dud.
Fate of the Furious (April 14th)
I’ve never been a fan of the Fast & Furious franchise, but this movie looks so insane that I may just have to start watching them.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (May 5th)
I wasn’t actually a huge fan of the first movie, and I still have no idea why. Maybe this one will be a more entertaining experience for me.
Alien: Covenant (May 19th)
The newest movie in the Alien franchise, after the lackluster Prometheus. Many are hoping this movie will return the franchise to it’s former glory.
Wonder Woman (June 2nd)
The best character in Batman V Superman gets her own movie. Set in World War I and not directed by Zack Snyder, it could prove to be quite interesting. Hopefully it will be the first film in the DC cinematic universe to get overwhelmingly positive reactions.
Spider-Man: Homecoming (July 7th)
The web slinging wallcrawler returns to the big screen again, but now as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Iron Man joins in as a mentor type character and Michael Keaton plays the villain, Vulture. With Marvel’s current track record, the movie should be great if not the best live action Spider-Man movie of all time
Kingsman: The Golden Circle (October 6th)
The sequel to the surprisingly astounding Kingsman: The Secret Service. Not much is known about it yet other than some returning characters.
Star Wars Episode VIII (December 15th)
The long awaited eighth episode in the new trilogy. Maybe it will finally be able to answer questions about Rey, Finn, Snoke, Luke, and Maz Kanata that fans have been asking.