Another year begins and hope springs eternal that the 2017 crop of new films will all be fantastic, but of course we know they won’t be. So here is a list of most of the films coming your way in 2017 [release dates can change]. What movies are you looking forward to most?


Hidden Figures – Friday, January 6
A Monster Calls – Friday, January 6
Underworld: Blood Wars – Friday, January 6

The Bye Bye Man – Friday, January 13
Monster Trucks – Friday, January 13
Sleepless – Friday, January 13

Split – Friday, January 20
The Founder – Friday, January 20
Live By Night – Friday, January 20
Patriots Day – Friday, January 20
The Resurrection Of Gavin Stone – Friday, January 20
Silence – Friday, January 20

xXx: The Return of Xander Cage – Friday, January 20

A Dog’s Purpose – Friday, January 27
Bastards – Friday, January 27
Gold – Friday, January 27
Resident Evil: The Final Chapter – Friday, January 27


Blumhouse Untitled Horror – Friday, February 3
Rings – Friday, February 3
Same Kind of Different as Me – Friday, February 3
The Space Between Us – Friday, February 3

Fifty Shades Darker – Friday, February 10

John Wick: Chapter Two – Friday, February 10
The Lego Batman Movie – Friday, February 10

A Cure For Wellness – Friday, February 17
Fist Fight – Friday, February 17
The Great Wall – Friday, February 17
Patient Zero – Friday, February 17

Get Out – Friday, February 24
Rock Dog – Friday, February 24


Before I Fall – Friday, March 3
Leap! – Friday, March 3

Logan – Friday, March 3
The Shack – Friday, March 3

Kong: Skull Island – Friday, March 10
The Wall – Friday, March 10

Beauty and the Beast – Friday, March 17
The Belko Experiment – Friday, March 17
Free Fire – Friday, March 17

CHiPs – Friday, March 24
Life – Friday, March 24
Keep Watching – Friday, March 24
Power Rangers – Friday, March 24

The Boss Baby – Friday, March 31
Ghost In The Shell – Friday, March 31
Step Sisters – Friday, March 31
The Zookeeper’s Wife – Friday, March 31

Spring 2017 Movies on the Next Page

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