Despite the fact that cinema halls are more unfrequented in the summer months, the movies that will enter the vision in summer 2017 seem to be successful in filling the halls. The best films coming in the summer of 2017 are below.
The Beguiled is the redirected version of the 1971 classic of Clint Eastwood by Sofia Coppola. The film is about the recruitment of a wounded United Nations soldier to a school of girls. The screening date is June 30 2017.
Comic book hero, Wonder Woman, leaves behind tropical lands and explores the world with the subduction of the world of iron and glass. The only female superhero Wonder Women is played by Gal Gadot. June 2 2017 is the screening date.
My Cousin Rachel is based on the novel by Daphne du Maurier written in 1951. The movie is about an Englishman Philip’s efforts to take the revenge of wife’s death against his mysterious, beautiful cousin believing that she is the responsible. But they are irresistibly attracted to each other. The film is planned to be on show on July 14.
The movie Rough Night is about a group of girls who accidentally caused the death of one of the male strippers at a striptease night. Scarlett Johansson is starring. The film is scheduled to be showed on June 30, 2017.
The film of “Ingrid goes west” tells the story of Ingrid Thorburn, a psychologically disturbing person who constantly has to deal with her obsessions. Starring Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen and screening date is planned to be on August 4.
The Spiderman fans are curiously waiting for The Spiderman: homecoming 2017. Tom Holland plays Spiderman, who appears to be a 15-year-old high school student. July 7, 2017 is the screening date.
The Empire of Thousand Planets (Valerian) is telling the story of Valerian and Laureline who want to save the city of Alpha and the future of the entire universe. The movie brings together Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne and Rihanna. The film is scheduled to be showed on July 28.
Atomic Blonde, starring Charlize Theron and James McAvoy, the movie tells the story of MI6’s most deadly assassin Lorraine Broughton during the period of collapse of the Berlin Wall. The story is adapted from Antony Johnston’s novel. Screening date will be July 28.
A Ghost Story is about a ghost trying to reach his wife by returning home. Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara are starring. July 7th will be the screening date.
Dunkirk is about the allied soldiers of Belgium, the British Empire, Canada, and France are surrounded by the German army during a fierce battle in World War II. Mark Rylance, Kenneth Branagh and Tom Hardy are starring and it is the first film experience of Harry Styles, a member of the One Direction group. Screening date is July 21.