There will inevitably be some horrifically bad ones that some of us will watch in secret, however we’ve made a list of 30 of the best flicks on the way.
Take a look below.
The third instalment of the Cloverfield franchise directed by Julius Onah and produced by J. J Abrams.
Starring Michael Keaton, based on the story of the creation of McDonald’s.
Starring Daniel Kaluuya from Skins and Allison Williams from Girls
Starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks
Starring Harrison Ford and Ryan Gossling
The 8th film in the franchise since it began in 2004.
Starring Scarlett Johansson
Psychological horror thriller directed by Gore Verbinski.
Starring Taron Egerton, Channing Tatum and Colin Firth.
When an attack on the Kingsman headquarters takes place and a new villain rises, Eggsy and Merlin are forced to work together with the American agency Statesman to save the world.
Director Rian Johnson shows a glimpse of himself and the team working on the final edit.
Starring Michael Fassbender
Science fantasy western horror, based on the series of novels of the same name by Stephen King.
From filmmaker Christopher Nolan
Action crime-thriller film directed by Stefano Sollima and written by Taylor Sheridan. The sequel to the 2015 film Sicario.
Starring Ryan Reynolds, Rebecca Ferguson and Jake Gyllenhaal
Mute is an upcoming British science fiction mystery film directed by Duncan Jones.
Remake of Stephen King’s original.
Romantic thriller film directed by Wim Wenders, based on the novel of same name, starring Alicia Vikander and James McAvoy.
A man struggles with the tragic memories of his past to make sense of his present, but soon realizes that maybe time isn’t the enemy he thinks it is.
Starring Tom Hiddleston and Brie Larson
A movie based on the life of Tupac Shakur.
A biographical comedy film directed by, co-produced by, and starring James Franco. Based on Greg Sestero’s non-fiction book The Disaster Artist, the film depicts the early friendship of Sestero and Tommy Wiseau, the filmmaker behind the 2003 cult film The Room, and the making of the film itself.
Five year old Saroo gets lost on a train which takes him thousands of miles across India, away from home and family. Saroo must learn to survive alone in Kolkata, before ultimately being adopted by an Australian couple. Twenty five years later, armed with only a handful of memories, his unwavering determination, and a revolutionary technology known as Google Earth, he sets out to find his lost family and finally return to his first home.