7 Movies in 2017 We Can't Wait to Watch

Just here, silently waiting.
by Pam Carlota   |  Oct 30, 2016
Image: Marvel Studios Art: Clare Magno
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2017 is less than 2 months away! We're so excited for what the year will bring for the amount of good movies that's waiting for us. Here's a list of movies we're really anticipating to watch. See you at the premiere!

  1. Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (July 21)

Valerian is already in post-production and our girl Cara Delevngne posted some pics on her instagram that makes us want to watch the film RN.

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  1. Power Rangers (March 24)

Here comes the tale of Power Ranger's origins. The trailer just got us more intrigued! What was your favorite colored-ranger before?

  1. Pirates of the Carribean: Dead Men Tells No Lies (May 26)

We sure miss Captain Jack Sparrow! But with a new addition to the cast, we can't wait to see the georgous Brenton Thwaites in this type of setting!

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  1. Boss Baby (April 15)

You could never go wrong with Dreamworks! This movie is so cute but this baby means buisness.

  1. Guardians of the Galaxy 2 (May 5)

The Guardians of the galaxy are back looking more badass and getting more comedic by the minute!

  1. Beauty and the Beast (March 17)

Isn't everyone anticipating this live-action fairytale?

  1. Wonder Woman (June 2)

Screaming girl power, it's time for the ladies not to be just damsels in distress! I know we're all going to love this movie!

Which of these movies are you most psyched to watch? Tell us in the comments!

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