Film keeps on getting better this decade and 2017 looks promising and full of fight scenes. Lets take a look at some of the upcoming miss or hits of 2017.
This psychological thriller looks like John Cena’s big break as a thespian. The Wall premiered in March and it stars Aaron Taylor Johnson as an American sniper with a middle eastern back drop.
Christopher Nolan is known for writing and directing intelligent, high-concept screenplays and he’s at it again this year with a war time film set in WW II. The film premiers July 21.
Don’t even watch this trailer without watching Kingsman: Secret Service. This bad boy is coming to theaters September 22.
The Bad Batch looks like a gory homage to Kill Bill so it can’t disappoint at least half of us. Starring Suki Waterhouse, Keanu Reeves, Jim Carrey and Jason Momoa. In theaters June 23.
Everything about this trailer hypes me up for the must see existential drama starring Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara. Enjoy this killer trailer and catch A Ghost Story July 7.
We love historical pieces and award winning Kathryn Bigelow gets another swing this year with Detroit, based on the true events of The Algiers Motel Incident during Detroit’s 1967 riot. In theaters August 4.
Im not to sure where this is going but critics seem to like this quirky version of Cloverfield (but with a twist!). In theaters now.
Sofia Coppola is adapting another novel and it feels familiar to her previous work which famously covers dark female characters. Starring Colin Farrell, Nicole Kidman, Kristen Dunst and Elle Fanning. Set to premiere June 23.
We deserve a good comedy and The Little Hours might do the trick this year. It’s a sure hit with this wombo of cast including Allison Brie, Aubrey Plaza, James Franco, and John C. Reilly who all play members of a convent of nuns. Scheduled to premiere June 30.
Raw is a gore packed horror from France with a strong female lead who seems to be turning into a cannibal. It was received with critical acclaim at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival last year and it had a very limited release in March. Good luck finding it.
Jasmine Palacios is a performer/writer born in Dallas, TX. She studied at the Austin School of film, Institution Theater and Coldtowne Conservatory. With upcoming projects in Los Angeles, New York and Dallas, she’s based herself in Austin, TX, pursuing all that is entertainment. Some of her biggest influences include Jim Carrey, Black Sabbath, and Paul Thomas Anderson!