Guy Ritchie brings a unique dynamism to all of his movies, so we’re looking forward to seeing what he does with the classic Excalibur tale. Here Charlie Hunnam stars as Arthur, who grows up not knowing who he is until he discovers the magical sword.
A teenage graffiti artist growing up in car-culture obsessed East Los Angeles wants to do his own thing, while his mechanic father thinks he should be fixing cars in the shop all day. From the makers of ‘American Gangster’ and ‘8 Mile.’
A young woman recently dumped by her boyfriend convinces her scared-of-everything mom to vacation with her in South America. Things turn totally bizarre when they get kidnapped and must find their way out of the jungle. Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn, back to the big screen after 15 years, star.
We’ve seen good 'Alien' sequels – and not-so-good 'Alien' sequels. Our money is on the “good” side thanks to Ridley Scott’s return to the helm, and the decidedly R-rated horror take he’s giving this one. Oh, and Michael Fassbender playing two versions of the same android.
None of the original cast is returning for this fourth film in the franchise, which has Greg convincing his family to visit his great-grandmother – so he can sneak off to a gamer convention. Alicia Silverstone stars.
A teenager suffering from a sickness that prevents her from ever leaving the house falls for the boy who moves in next door. With his help, can she start living life on her own terms, and escape the walls that keep her safe but imprisoned? Based on the YA novel.
We all remember the cheesy '90s TV show starring David Hasselhoff as a lifeguard. Here Dwayne Johnson takes the lead, with a crew of scantily clad sand wardens including Zac Efron as a young new recruit he butts heads with.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (May 26)
Johnny Depp returns as swashbuckler Jack Sparrow, who’s already down on his luck when he’s forced to face villain Capt. Salazar (Javier Bardem) and his ghost soldiers. His only hope of survival? Finding allies in unlikely places and locating Poseidon’s trident.
Two fourth-grade pranksters hypnotize their principal (Ed Helms) into believing he is Captain Underpants, a silly superhero of their own creation. Kevin Hart and Thomas Middleditch voice the mischievous boys in this family movie adapted from the popular kids’ novel series by Dav Pilkey.
Gal Gadot brandishes bulletproof bracelets and golden lasso as the Amazon princess turned superhero in this highly anticipated adaptation of the DC comic series. Chris Pine plays her love interest, a World War I army pilot whose tales of battle compel her to leave home to save the world. Robin Wright also stars as her Amazonian mentor.
Classic Universal monsters are making a comeback, starting with this modern-day remake about an ancient princess (Sofia Boutella) awakened from her crypt whose malevolence must be stopped. Is Tom Cruise the man to do it? Annabelle Wallis, Courtney B. Vance and Russell Crowe also star.
This Tupac Shakur biopic traces the Harlem-born rapper’s life from his rise to fame as a hip-hop artist with Death Row Records to his untimely death in Las Vegas at age 25. Newcomer Demetrius Shipp Jr. stars in the film directed by music-video veteran Benny Boom.
Naomi Watts stars as a single mom of two boys, one of whom is a child prodigy who has a crush on the neighbor girl. When he finds out she is being abused by her stepfather, he hatches an ambitious plan to help her -- and Mom steps in to help.
Lightning McQueen faces his greatest challenge up against a new generation of high-tech roadsters in the latest of the 'Cars' franchise. Voice cast includes Owen Wilson as Lightning, along with Cristela Alonzo, Armie Hammer and Kerry Washington making her Pixar debut voicing an engineer/red sports car.
This raunchy chick flick starring Scarlett Johansson gets a tad dark when the bachelorette and her besties go too far on their wild night out. This comedy that’s been billed as 'Hangover' meets 'Weekend at Bernie’s' also features Kate McKinnon, Zoe Kravitz, Ilana Glazer and Jillian Bell.
Michael Bay once again helms the latest installment in the man-versus-machine franchise, with Mark Wahlberg returning and joined by Anthony Hopkins. The action picks up after the demise of autobot leader Optimus Prime, as the key to survival may lie in the secrets of the Transformers’ past on Earth.
From writer-director Edgar Wright comes a story about Baby (Ansel Elgort), whose unique talents as a getaway driver make him an invaluable asset to a crime boss (Kevin Spacey). When Baby meets the love of his life (Lily James), he wants out but is coerced into doing one last job. Famous last words? 'Baby Driver''s cast also includes Jamie Foxx and Jon Hamm.
Reformed villain Gru (Steve Carell) and wife Lucy (Kristin Wiig) are back, along with oh-so-many minions. This time, they square up against former’80s child star Balthazar Bratt (Trey Parker), an evil mastermind with a mullet and a Rubik’s Cube, who is set on ruling the world.
Will Farrell and Amy Poehler pair up in this high stakes comedy about a couple who lose their daughter’s college fund and resort to running a casino in their basement as a get-rich scheme to pay for tuition. Needless to say, complications ensue. Jason Mantzoukas also stars.
Another ‘Spider-Man’ reboot? Yes, but this one is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe! And it stars Tom Holland as the teenage web slinger we first saw in ‘Captain America: Civil War.’ He’s joined by Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man and Zendaya as a love interest, as well as a new enemy: Michael Keaton’s Vulture.
Nighttime-only romances are typically the stuff of vampire movies, but this remake of a Japanese drama is about a girl (Bella Thorne) who has a severe reaction to sunlight. Patrick Schwarzenegger, son of Arnold, makes his leading-man debut as the star swimmer she falls for and lies to, hiding her condition.
Caesar is back in this third installment of the ‘Planet of the Apes’ reboot, now leading his group of intelligent primates against a ruthless army colonel played by Woody Harrelson. Also returning is director Matt Reeves, who helmed the previous movie, ‘Dawn of the Planet of the Apes,’ so we can expect another strong sequel.
What if all your dreams came true, but people close to you had to die as payment? That ethical question is the basis of this thriller from the director of ‘Annabelle.’ Joey King stars as a teen who finds a mysterious box granting her seven wishes, but of course it’s more curse than good fortune.
Christopher Nolan follows up a decade of superhero and sci-fi movies with a World War II epic based on the real evacuation of thousands of Allied soldiers cornered on a beach in Northern France in 1940. Nolan regulars Tom Hardy and Cillian Murphy costar, joined by Kenneth Branagh, Mark Rylance and One Direction singer Harry Stiles.
Four old friends, played by Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Regina Hall and Tiffany Haddish, have a wild time in New Orleans in this comedy joining the antics of movies like ‘The Hangover’ and ‘Bridesmaids’ with a little more romance.
VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS (JULY 21)
Dane Dehaan and Cara Delevingne play time-traveling, space-patrolling agents on a mission to save humanity. Based on the long-running ‘Valerian and Laureline’ comic books, this is a major passion project for director Luc Besson, who wowed audiences with ‘Lucy’ a few years ago.
Charlize Theron stars in this unofficial sister flick to ‘John Wick’ from that movie’s codirector, David Leitch, based on the graphic novel ‘The Coldest City.’ The action and the soundtrack of the stylish spy thriller, which teams Theron with James McAvoy as British agents in Berlin during the Cold War, recently blew South by Southwest audiences away.
Ever wonder what your favorite emojis do in their downtime? Here's your answer. The animated movie follows Gene (T.J. Miller), a “meh” emoji who finds out he actually has a myriad of expressions. Oh, and Patrick Stewart plays the Poop emoji. We're in.
More than a decade after the Oscar-winning documentary ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ turned former Vice President Al Gore into a movie star, a follow-up to that climate-change game changer is here. In the sequel doc, Gore updates us on the progress of his cause.
In director Marc Forester's psychodrama, Blake Lively plays a blind woman who suddenly regains her sight, only to discover her seemingly perfect relationship with her husband (Jason Clarke) isn't what it appears.
Stephen King’s best-selling fantasy Western series finally comes to the big screen with Idris Elba starring as the iconic Gunslinger and Matthew McConaughey as the villainous Man in Black. Unconventionally, the movie is technically a sequel to the books and will be followed by a new TV series next year.
Written and directed by 'Hell or High Water''s Taylor Sheridan, this action-thriller centers on a rookie FBI agent (Elizabeth Olsen) who teams with a veteran U.S. Fish & Wildlife agent (Jeremy Renner) to investigate a murder on a Wyoming Native American reservation. It was a hit at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
That creepy doll is back and ready to scare the bejesus out of us once again. In this prequel, a doll maker and his wife, mourning the tragic death of their little girl, take in a nun and several girls after their orphanage closes. Soon, they are being stalked by the doll maker's possessed creation, Annabelle.
Let's get nutty! Wily squirrel Surly (Will Arnett), wise Andie (Katherine Heigl) and the gang have to find a new home after the Nut Shop accidentally blows up. When they find the perfect park, they end up having to save it from a greedy mayor (Bobby Moynihan), who wants to turn it into an amusement park.
In this action-comedy, a world-class bodyguard (Ryan Reynolds) is hired to protect his former foe, a hit man (Samuel L. Jackson) who is set to testify against a murderous dictator (Gary Oldman). The two only have 24 hours to put aside their differences and get to the Hague for the trial in one piece.
This period-piece romance from writer Tom Stoppard is set against the backdrop of the 17th-century Tulip Wars, in which a married noblewoman (Alicia Vikander) falls for a portrait artist (Dane DeHaan). Desperate to escape her wealthy merchant husband (Christoph Waltz) and be together, the lovers come up with a plan that includes the high-stakes tulip market.