12 movies to look out for in 2017

11 January 2017
It’s going to be a spectacular year for movies, and we’ve decided to help you out by choosing the top 12 films you can expect this year (one for each month!) Are you ready?
january - assasin’s creed
For the nerdy among us, Assasin’s Creed the movie looks like it’s going to be epic.
february - lego batman movie
The Lego Movie was fantastic but the Lego Batman movie looks like it might be even better.
march - kong: skull island
A fresh take on a King Kong story? We’re hooked
april - fast and furious 8
We can’t wait to see Charlize Theron as a fiery villain in the latest installment of the franchise.
may – guardians of the galaxy 2
The first Guardians of the Galaxy was a fresh take on Marvel films; expect the second one to be as good.
june - cars 3
Yup, your favourite automobile Pixar film is coming back with a Vrrr -pha!
july - bad dads
We loved Bad Moms, but Bad Dads looks like it’s going to give us parenting nightmares, eek!
august - emoji… the movie
God save us all.
september - sky sharks
Yes, Zombies flying on Sharks and attacking people. You’re going to have to be really high for this one.
october - my little pony
Why couldn’t this come out during the school holidays? (Disclaimer, this isn’t the real trailer but this video is brilliant)
november - justice league
DC needs a big year and they’re counting on Wonder Woman and Justice League to help them bring in the moola.
december - jumanji
Is it a reboot or a sequel? We’re just going to have to wait and see!

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