We've rounded up some of the best new films coming out in 2017 with their trailers and release dates, including Thor: Ragnarok, Baby Driver, Dunkirk, and more. And if you want to grab tickets for any of the films, check out our guide to buying cheap cinema tickets in the UK.
Last updated with the latest trailer for Black Panther.
Transformers: The Last Knight
Transformers: The Last Knight release date: 23 June 2017
Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Josh Duhamel, John Goodman
What we know: Come on, you know the drill by now. They're robots, but they're also cars, and stuff is going to explode. Optimus Prime has a sword now, and for some reason Anthony Hopkins is in it, but otherwise this is probably business as usual. You already know if you care or not, and nothing we say is going to change your mind, so just go ahead and watch the trailer.
Baby Driver release date: 28 June 2017
Starring: Ansel Elgort, Jamie Foxx, Jon Hamm, Kevin Spacey, Lily James
What we know: There's a brand-new Edgar Wright movie on the way this summer, but we're afraid that Simon Pegg and Nick Frost are nowhere to be seen. Instead, this original film follows Ansel Elgort (of The Fault in Our Stars fame) as 'Baby', getaway driver extraordinaire, who somehow gets dragged in for one... last... heist. It looks a lot like Drive stripped of the neon and injected with a lot of humour, but that's no bad thing.
Despicable Me 3 release date: 30 June 2017
Starring: Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Russell Brand, Steve Coogan
What we know: Steve Carell's lovable supervillain Gru is up against his greatest threat yet: the '80s personified, in the form of obnoxious former-child-star-turned-evil-mastermind Balthazar Bratt. More importantly, the return of Despicable Me means another summer dominated by the ubiquitous minions, which is either the best news you've had all year or the final confirmation that 2017 is as doomed as 2016 was.
Spider-Man: Homecoming release date: 7 July 2017
Starring: Tom Holland, Robert Downey Jr., Zendaya, Marisa Tomei, Michael Keaton
What we know: Apparently stealing the show in last year's Captain America: Civil War wasn't enough for Tom Holland's Spider-Man, who's coming back in his own solo outing this summer. Not that he's entirely solo, of course - a certain armoured Avenger is making an appearance - but stopping Michael Keaton's Vulture is still going to fall squarely on the teenage webslinger's shoulders. Is this enough to overcome audiences' Spidey fatigue, or are the disappointing Amazing Spider-Man films still too fresh in our minds?
Cars 3 release date: 14 July 2017
Starring: Owen Wilson, Armie Hammer
What we know: Pixar's most lucrative franchise (seriously, Cars toys sell like crazy) is back for a third outing (fourth if you count spin-off Planes), no doubt sparking a fresh round of criticism that Pixar is selling out to sequelitis. Still, the animation powerhouse hasn't actually made a bad film yet, so we're finding it difficult to worry too much - not least because we've still got the Dia de los Muertos-inspired Coco to come later in the year.
War for the Planet of the Apes
War for the Planet of the Apes release date: 14 July 2017
Starring: Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Judy Greer
What we know: The planet of the apes has risen and dawned, and now it's apparently time for war. Andy Serkis is back doing what he does best in motion capture, as the apes and humans devolve into all-out bloodshed. Of course, we all know roughly how things are going to end up, but it should be fun to see how it gets there.
Dunkirk release date: 21 July 2017
Starring: Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance, Kenneth Branagh
What we know: After a few years of playing around with Batman, dreams, and spaceships, Christopher Nolan is back in more grounded territory with his next film: World War Two drama Dunkirk. It will focus on the Dunkirk evacuation, an operation in which almost 340,000 Allied soldiers were rescued from a French beach, thanks in part to a flotilla of hundreds of civilian ships recruited for the emergency operation. The trailers look suitably gruelling so far, and Nolan is usually reliable, but fair warning: this features the acting debut of One Direction's Harry Styles, so please do bear that in mind.
The Dark Tower release date: 4 August 2017
Starring: Idris Elba, Matthew McConaughey, Jackie Earle Haley, Abbey Lee
What we know: Idris Elba is the gunslinger Roland Deschain in this adaptation of the first of Stephen King's epic seven-part sci-fi/fantasy/western book series. The books are arguably King's most ambitious ever, delving into multiple dimensions and even breaking the fourth wall, and we have no idea how the films are going to cope as they go on - but we can't wait to find out.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets release date: 4 August 2017
Starring: Cara Delevingne, Dane DeHaan, Ethan Hawke, Rihanna
What we know: Director Luc Besson returns with what looks to be a spiritual sequel to his most controversial film: The Fifth Element (one of our favourite sci-fi films). Based on a French comic, Valerian is a visually extraordinary sci-fi spectacle, teeming with alien races and trippy effects. If it's anything like The Fifth Element, it probably won't take itself too seriously, though the latest trailer shows it might have a slightly more serious side, and reveals some of the fate-of-the-universe plot.
Atomic Blonde release date: 11 August 2017
Starring: Charlize Theron, Sofia Boutella, James McAvoy, John Goodman, Toby Jones
What we know: Charlize Theron is the titular blonde: a British spy sent to track down a double agent in Berlin just before the fall of the infamous wall. It basically looks like what you'd get if you transported a gender-swapped John Wick to the '80s, and we honestly can't think of much higher praise than that.
It release date: 8 September 2017
Starring: Bill Skarsgård
What we know: The second big Stephen King adaptation this year is one of his biggest (and scariest) books: It. Bill Skarsgård is stepping into the oversized shoes of Pennywise the clown, ready to inspire a whole new generation of coulrophobics, as he hunts a group of kids in a sleepy Maine town, only to return 30 years later to face them as adults. The first trailer looks suitably terrifying, so we've got high hopes for this.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle release date: 29 September 2017
Starring: Taron Egerton, Colin Firth, Mark Strong, Julianne Moore, Channing Tatum
What we know: Matthew Vaughn's spy spoof Kingsman: The Secret Service has spawned a sequel, which promises even more gadgets, snappy suits, and underdressed women. The big change this time around is the introduction of an equivalent American agency, Statesman, which boasts Channing Tatum, Halle Berry, and Jeff Bridges among its ranks.
Blade Runner 2049 release date: 6 October 2017
Starring: Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Jared Leto
What we know: Filming a sequel to sci-fi classic Blade Runner 35 years after the fact can't be an easy task, but at least with Harrison Ford returning as Deckard and original director Ridley Scott back as a producer, Blade Runner 2049 can claim a certain amount of legitimacy. Arrival's Denis Villeneuve is calling the shots this time, with Ryan Gosling co-starring alongside Ford, and the first full trailer builds on that considerable star power together with some pretty stunning visuals. We don't know if we need a sequel to Blade Runner, but we can't imagine one ever looking much better than this does.
Thor: Ragnarok release date: 27 October 2017
Starring: Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Cate Blanchett, Tom Hiddleston, Jeff Goldblum
What we know: Marvel's God of Thunder is back in his third (and potentially final) solo film, and this time he's up against the Norse apocalypse. First though, he'll have to survive a gladiatorial arena that pits him against former teammate The Hulk. Thor: The Dark World was a bit of a disappointment, but new director Taika Waititi brings some very strong comedic chops with him, and the early pitch of a Thor/Hulk buddy movie is easily enough to get us excited.
The first trailer gives a glimpse of the glittery sci-fi mayhem we can expect (including a very made-up Jeff Goldblum), and while we wait for it to come out you can find out what Thor's been up to in Team Thor, the two parts of which you can watch in full on the Civil War and Doctor Strange Blu-rays.
Paddington 2 release date: 10 November 2017
Starring: Ben Whishaw, Peter Capaldi, Hugh Grant, Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins
What we know: The first Paddington was an absolute delight from start to finish (we rated it one of the best family films ever), and we can only hope the sequel offers more of the same. This time around, everyone's favourite bear from deepest, darkest Peru is entering the working world to save up for a present for his Aunt Lucy, and no doubt everything will go charmingly wrong.
Justice League release date: 17 November 2017
Starring: Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Gal Gadot, Jason Momoa, Ezra Miller, Ray Fisher
What we know: Newcomers Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg join together with Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman to tackle a new apocalyptic threat in DC's Avengers alternative. While the company's superhero epics have been box office hits, up until Wonder Woman they hadn't wowed critics - or fans - and Justice League will have to pull out all the stops to impress. Fortunately, director Zack Snyder has promised a lighter tone than his grimdark Batman v Superman, and the first trailer even includes a few genuine jokes, while reshoots from Joss Whedon could add more. Could this be the DC movie we've all been waiting for?
Coco release date: 8 December 2017
Starring: Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Anthony Gonzalez
What we know: Pixar's latest entirely original film takes its inspiration from Día de los Muertos (aka the Day of the Dead), and promises to have an entirely Mexican cast. It boasts one of Pixar's best directors, so we're expecting stunning animation, a lot of laughs, and to be left in floods and floods of tears by the end, while the first trailer sets up some strong musical themes and the adorably manic pup Dante.
Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi release date: 15 December 2017
Starring: Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Oscar Isaac, Adam Driver, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher
What we know: After last year's excellent standalone film Rogue One, Star Wars is going back to more familiar territory this December with a follow-up to The Force Awakens. Director Rian Johnson has promised it will pick up immediately where that film left off - meaning we might finally actually hear Luke Skywalker say something - while Adam Driver will be back as the wonderfully impetuous Kylo Ren. Still, none of that can make up for the fact that this will be our last ever film with Carrie Fisher as Princess (now General) Leia. You'll find us bawling in the back row.
Early Man release date: 26 January 2018
Starring: Eddie Redmayne, Tom Hiddleston, Maisie Williams, Timothy Spall
What we know: The latest film from Wallace & Gromit and Chicken Run creator Nick Park is taking us back to the Stone Age as Eddie Redmayne's Dug has to lead his tribe to victory against some local Bronze Age upstarts. It's an Aardman animation, so expect over-sized teeth, wacky animals, and oodles of slapstick humour - something the teaser trailer delivers in spades:
Black Panther release date: 9 February 2018
Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan, Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira
What we know: After debuting in Captain America: Civil War, Chadwick Boseman is back as Black Panther, Marvel's all-African superhero who just also happens to be a king. The mostly black cast looks like a huge step forward for superheroic diversity, and it doesn't hurt that the action is probably going to be pretty top-notch too.
Deadpool 2 release date: 1 June 2018
Starring: Ryan Reynolds, Morena Baccarin
What we know: Ryan Reynolds is back as the Merc with a Mouth in the sequel to 2016's surprise R-rated hit. We barely know anything about the film, and there's no trailer yet, but what we do have is a short teaser released alongside Logan, the latest Wolverine movie. It's a look at Deadpool's own take on a superhero staple, which goes predictably awry.