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 starring Johnny Depp, Kenneth Branagh, Michelle Pfeiffer, Judi Dench, Sir Derek Jacobi, Penelope Cruz
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.