Baby Driver – The Wheels in the aftermath of a failed heist.
Battle of the Sexes – fictional telling of Billie Jean King and Bobby Rigg’s tennis match in 1973. Emma Stone, Steven Carell. Hope it’s funny.
The Beguiled – A remake by Sofia Coppola of the Clint Eastwood film. I really enjoyed the suspense of the original. Elle Fanning, Nicole Kidman, Colin Farrell.
Blade Runner 2049 – A sequel. Harrison Ford is back but Ryan Gosling is the protagonist.
Free Fire – (already released) Ben Wheatley directs. Action/Suspense. Not sure of this one.
Dark Tower – Stephen King series. Starring Idris Elba. I would have thought they would have made a limited series instead. Releases July 28
Jackie – (already released) Jacqueline Kennedy in the aftermath of her husband’s assassination. Natalie Portman.
Lego Batman Movie.
Logan – Hugh Jackman as Wolverine. I missed seeing The Wolverine, though.
Murder on the Orient Express. This time around Kenneth Branagh is Poirot. And he directs. I wish they would remake some of her other novels: And Then There Were None, Peril at End House, Sad Cypress, The Man in the Brown Suit, or Death Comes as the End. Oh well. Releases Nov. 22
Red Sparrow – Based on the historical spy novel by Jason Matthews. Jennifer Lawrence. People have raved to me about the book.
Suburbicon – Written by George Clooney and the Cohen Brothers. Starring Matt Damon. 1950s man plots to kill his wife but he is discovered. Supposed to be funny.
Suspiria – Remake of the classic Dario Argento horror film. Cast includes Tilda Swinton.
Thor: Ragnarok – checking in with the Norse gods.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri – Directed and Written by Martin McDonagh who is responsible for In Bruges. Which means I want to see it. A woman (Frances McDormand) whose daughter has been murdered becomes frustrated with the progress of the investigation by the police (Woody Harrelson and Sam Rockwell). She paints 3 messages outside of town. Violence and (I assume) awesomeness follow.