2016 was huge for superheroes: The R-rated Deadpool was the pace-car for the year. Furthermore, Batman v Superman profited regardless of being heavily criticised. Captain America: Civil War demonstrated that Marvel experiments still work, and Suicide Squad multiplied down on DC’s strained association with film critics. What’s more, 2017’s offerings won’t change anybody’s minds. Nevertheless,it will be a year of reckoning.
1. The Lego Batman Movie – February 10
The Dark Knight makes a comeback as a plastic jerk. We’re already sitting tight in the movie hall.
2. Logan — March 3
In the genuine screenplay of Logan, James Mangold proclaims Logan is not a regular superhero film. He said; “In this flick, people will get hurt or killed when shit falls on them,” it actually reads. “Should anyone in our story have the misfortune to fall off a roof or out a window, they won’t bounce. They will die.”
No matter how dull the possibility of a direct, R-rated Wolverine may present itself to be, one can’t deny how different Logan seems to be. Logan will definitely stop people dead in their tracks.